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2014/07/21 11:55
2014/07/21 11:55
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When you reach a certain age, the rules change. No longer do you hear much nor indeed have to care much about political correctness. When you have been fired one more time than you have been hired,...
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2014/07/14 23:21
2014/07/14 23:21
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A group of Semiahmoo Peninsula students was recognized earlier this month for their community work. The six graduating students each received the Sir John A. Macdonald Leadership Award on July 3 at a...
2014/07/04 22:17
2014/07/04 22:17
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Officials of the Ministry of Correctional Services invited media Friday to look inside the institution that housed countless lawbreakers, including murderers sentenced to courtyard hangings. Ground...
2014/06/30 15:59
2014/06/30 15:59
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OTTAWA -- At least three people were taken to hospital Sunday after a crash between an RCMP vehicle and a stolen car. Shortly before 5 p.m., police say an officer was involved in a collision with a...
2014/06/30 11:07
2014/06/30 11:07
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GOULDSBORO, Maine - An artifact from the ship that served as a major backdrop in the negotiations that led to the birth of Canada is about to return home. A bronze bell from the S.S. Queen Victoria...
2014/06/29 19:25
2014/06/29 19:25
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This Canada Day will be a little more special than usual for the Campbell household in Simcoe. Twelve years ago, Wayne and Verna Campbell submitted their names to Ottawa’s Peace Tower flag program....
2014/06/27 18:06
2014/06/27 18:06
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A celebration at Mather Arch welcomed 30 new Canadian citizens from 18 different countries Friday morning in Fort Erie. “I am happy you have chosen to become citizens of this beautiful country,”...
2014/06/27 15:26
2014/06/27 15:26
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper receives a tour of historic Province House from Lindsay Oehlke, a Parks Canada interpreter, in Charlottetown, on Thursday, June 19, 2014. Harper's visit is part of the...
2014/06/26 21:31
2014/06/26 21:31
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Waterfront Toronto is coming under fire after revelations it spent “$946,000 on two large rocks and 36 pink umbrellas” at Sugar Beach. We know Denzil Minnan-Wong (Ward 34, Don Valley East) does not...
2014/06/24 21:31
2014/06/24 21:31
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Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not to miss. Ontario, you have a new Liberal cabinet. Eric Hoskins is the new Deb Matthews, Steven Del Duca is...
2014/06/24 16:39
2014/06/24 16:39
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Toronto’s city bureaucrats are pushing back against a proposal to rename the landmark Union Station after Sir John A. Macdonald – recommending instead that the plaza in front of the station be named...
2014/06/23 19:24
2014/06/23 19:24
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By Jennifer Ditchburn THE CANADIAN PRESS OTTAWA—The word coalition has become something of a bad word in Canadian federal politics—demonized during the last election by the Conservatives and rarely...
2014/06/23 17:55
2014/06/23 17:55
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In a speech to the Energy and Mines ministers' conference on Aug. 26, 2013, then minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver invoked "nation-building" as an argument in favour of expanded oilsands...
2014/07/21 11:55
2014/07/21 11:55
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