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2014/10/20 21:26
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OTTAWA - The Harper government is trimming its expected order of Arctic patrol ships and evaluating a set of unsolicited proposals to convert civilian cargo ships for use by the Canadian navy, The...
2014/10/20 21:26
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2014/10/20 20:07
2014/10/20 20:07
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OTTAWA - Falling global oil prices have sparked a frisson of excitement among opponents of Canadian oilsands developments and major pipeline projects. The argument, which bounced through social media...
2014/10/18 06:15
2014/10/18 06:15
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Will Liberals find bang for their buck with PST plan? Members of the Manitoba legislature are not short on ideas for spending the increased PST that came into effect under the Selinger government....
2014/10/17 20:26
2014/10/17 20:26
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OTTAWA - Canada's bombing campaign against Islamist insurgents could eventually lead to an Afghan-style mission to train the Iraqi army, but it's an open question whether the Harper government will...
2014/10/17 11:56
2014/10/17 11:56
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Overnight Media Digest * President Barack Obama, after a day of withering criticism over the government's handling of the Ebola virus, said Thursday he may name a point person to oversee the...
2014/10/16 22:39
2014/10/16 22:39
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Former prime minister Jean Chrétien is defending Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau’s controversial decision to oppose Canada’s air combat mission in Iraq, saying the fighter planes the Harper government...
2014/10/16 14:39
2014/10/16 14:39
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The Harper government has devoted enormous amounts of political capital and lobbying power, care of the taxpayer, to defend and promote one industry – the oil sands – above all others. Officials are...
2014/10/15 21:39
2014/10/15 21:39
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A C-17 military transport filled with supplies for Canada’s new combat mission in Iraq departed Canadian Forces Base Trenton Wednesday. Canada is slowly assembling a camp in Kuwait that will serve as...
2014/10/15 21:26
2014/10/15 21:26
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OTTAWA - The Harper government has launched a $4-million national ad campaign celebrating the fathers of Confederation and a country that has become "strong, proud and free" more than two years in...
2014/10/14 18:48
2014/10/14 18:48
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Member of Parliament Blake Richards was recently appointed to the House of Commons Standing Committee on International Trade. The committee will review the two major trade deals, the Korean Free...
2014/10/14 12:15
2014/10/14 12:15
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Employment growth resumed in Canada in September, Statistics Canada reported Friday. This was an encouraging sign that Canada’s economic recovery may not yet have stalled. The unemployment rate...
2014/10/13 11:12
2014/10/13 11:12
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OTTAWA - When the federal environment commissioner reported this week that Canada would not meet its 2020 international commitment on greenhouse gas emission cuts, no one was surprised. The...
2014/10/12 23:20
2014/10/12 23:20
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Foreign hostages paraded out for beheading in crude Internet videos, their grim faces shown while black masks hide their Jihadist captors. Radicalized Western youth jetting off to the join fight,...
2014/10/12 15:55
2014/10/12 15:55
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Stephen Harper once told an Alberta magazine that his motto is "don't listen to what politicians say, watch what they do." With a national election about to be visited upon us, we'll rightly be...
2014/10/11 12:39
2014/10/11 12:39
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Gerald Caplan is an African scholar, former NDP national director and a regular panelist on CBC’s Power and Politics. This is a war that’s been going on for 35 years. As retired American Colonel...
2014/10/11 06:15
2014/10/11 06:15
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Look beyond students' test scores Learning benchmarks for Manitoba students should always be front of mind for school boards across this province. That said, we are in challenging times for educators...
2014/10/09 23:26
2014/10/09 23:26
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Justice Minister Peter MacKay is pictured in Ottawa on September 9, 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld OTTAWA - The Harper government's resolve to enforce the law against marijuana use is unshaken...
2014/10/09 14:40
2014/10/09 14:40
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Liberal Defence Critic visits Peterborough Countyby Terry McQuitty Just one day after the Harper government announced that it would be sending up to six F-18 fighter jets to assist in the war against...
2014/10/09 05:48
2014/10/09 05:48
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However, Vandyle Mayers, 35, wasn’t in court due to a mix-up in getting him back to Sudbury from a correctional facility in Penetanguishene, where he is in custody. “I will be speaking to the senior...
2014/10/09 02:39
2014/10/09 02:39
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The Harper government is preparing to alter copyright law in Canada so politicians can use news footage and other journalistic content for attack ads and campaign spots without asking broadcasters or...
2014/10/20 21:26
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