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2015/07/30 06:20
2015/07/30 06:20
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Words fail. Mayor Nenshi wants to lower the planned city property tax hike for 2016. He is on board. Yes, he is. The wonders never cease. Just think. City manager Jeff Fielding is quoted in the...
2015/07/30 06:20
2015/07/30 06:20
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2015/07/29 18:36
2015/07/29 18:36
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Canadians often complain that they don’t get access to some of the coolest technology services as quickly as their American neighbours and Microsoft’s Cortana is the latest thing you can add to that...
2015/07/26 18:39
2015/07/26 18:39
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If Flora MacDonald had been born 20 years later, she might well have been Canada’s first female prime minister. As it was, the Cape Breton-born politician, who died early Sunday morning in her 90th...
2015/07/24 20:39
2015/07/24 20:39
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Every day on this river is an adventure.” Judith Flynn-Bedard is speaking from the stern of Pier Pressure II, the small cabin cruiser she owns with her husband, Robert, and she shakes her head at a...
2015/07/23 17:40
2015/07/23 17:40
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The birth of the Fort on the North Saskatchewan River dates back to a lawless period of time in the western Canadian prairies, when the rise of law and order marked a lasting legacy that begins right...
2015/07/21 19:31
2015/07/21 19:31
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The festival’s theatre fare includes a front porch–stomping tribute to Toronto’s first black letter carrier and an ancient perspective on the climate-change crisis. Laurence Dean Ifill, centre, as...
2015/07/19 11:39
2015/07/19 11:39
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Canada has big things to think about, discuss and do on two major fronts. As a country, we must get back to living within our means. Since 2008 we have accumulated massive current-account deficits...
2015/07/15 09:56
2015/07/15 09:56
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... scenery on both sides of the lake is very bold and grand.” So said 29-year-old civil engineer Edgar Dewdney in a letter to BC colonial governor Frederick Seymour after canoeing for the first...
2015/07/13 06:55
2015/07/13 06:55
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Religion has long been a guiding force in Canadian politics and elections. Iftar reception photo by Jill Thompson, PMO. Consider two separate events that took place recently on the same day in Ottawa...
2015/07/06 15:42
2015/07/06 15:42
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Gerald Caplan is an African scholar, former NDP national director and a regular panelist on CBC’s Power and Politics. There is something unique about Stephen Harper’s government, a uniqueness that...
2015/07/03 20:39
2015/07/03 20:39
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Great countries get the leadership they need just when they need it the most. Exactly why that happens is both a mystery and a miracle. If it keeps happening, as it has so far for Canada, the result...
2015/07/30 06:20
2015/07/30 06:20
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