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2014/12/20 09:16
2014/12/20 09:16
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Finding balance in a vastly different NDP At a time when their poll numbers continue to slump, a face from the NDP’s past has reappeared in the vicinity of the party he once manned for more than a...
2014/12/20 09:16
2014/12/20 09:16
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2014/12/19 06:48
2014/12/19 06:48
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Glenn Thibeault has submitted his resignation to the federal New Democratic Party caucus, but continues to serve as an MP in the House of Commons after being appointed Liberal candidate in an Ontario...
2014/12/17 21:39
2014/12/17 21:39
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Justin Trudeau says there’s a way for Finance Minister Joe Oliver to save millions in the upcoming federal budget: slash spending on advertising. The Liberal Leader responded in writing Wednesday to...
2014/12/16 23:39
2014/12/16 23:39
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Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau has enlisted former senior military officers, an ex-fighter pilot and experts working in both Beijing and Berkeley as he seeks to persuade voters he’s got the foreign...
2014/12/16 21:10
2014/12/16 21:10
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New Democrat leader Thomas Mulcair pledged to boost childcare spaces and reinstate a federal minimum wage, during a campaign stop in Nanaimo Monday. Mulcair promoted the party’s national childcare...
2014/12/16 16:30
2014/12/16 16:30
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The Kathleen Wynne government has introduced legislation to clear the way for the creation of a new Ontario Retirement Pension Plan (ORPP). The proposal would create workplace pensions for many...
2014/12/16 16:30
2014/12/16 16:30
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OTTAWA — NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair shrugged off his party's poor performance in Monday's byelections, both won convincingly by the Conservatives. NDP candidate Trish McAuliffe received 8% of the vote...
2014/12/16 05:24
2014/12/16 05:24
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Record Staff Touted as a ‘made in B.C.’ solution to the childcare crisis, one Comox Valley advocate had the opportunity Monday to present her plan to a Parliament Hill decision-maker. Charlene Gray,...
2014/12/13 06:15
2014/12/13 06:15
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Budget puts council to the test Now almost two months into their mandate and with a few meetings under their belt, Brandon’s new city council is officially knee-deep in duties and staring down one of...
2014/12/11 20:46
2014/12/11 20:46
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Sault MP Bryan Hayes said Northern Ontario Conservative MPs defend firearm owners. Hayes said his party promised during the election campaign that they would abolish Canada's ineffective long-gun...
2014/12/11 19:12
2014/12/11 19:12
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MONTREAL -- "Le Gros Bill" would have been touched. Hundreds of fans, many clad in his famed No. 4 jersey, and a who's who of hockey stars and politicians paid an emotional farewell to Montreal...
2014/12/11 08:55
2014/12/11 08:55
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With an election drawing ever closer, we can do something constructive to save the Mother Corp. The CBC, and particularly CBC Radio, is easily Canada's most important cultural and public interest...
2014/12/10 14:28
2014/12/10 14:28
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The Liberals and the Tories are statistically tied as Canada heads into an election year, a new Ipsos Reid poll suggests. If Canadians went to the polls now, 34% would vote for Justin Trudeau's...
2014/12/09 00:20
2014/12/09 00:20
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Political truths aren’t obscure. Most of the time, they’re right out in the open for all to see. Turn on your TV – or your radio or your PC – and you will see one of the principal reasons why Stephen...
2014/12/06 09:15
2014/12/06 09:15
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Canada's veterans deserve better It is becoming less and less likely that veterans returning home or leaving the service will find the care and transitional aid they need. That lack of care has thrust...
2014/12/06 09:15
2014/12/06 09:15
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It is becoming less and less likely that veterans returning home or leaving the service will find the care and transitional aid they need. That lack of care has thrust Veterans Affairs to the...
2014/12/06 00:52
2014/12/06 00:52
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By Daniel Nolan, Hamilton Spectator Hamilton Mountain voters will be electing a new face to represent them when the nation goes to the polls next year. In a surprise announcement Friday afternoon,...
2014/12/05 06:20
2014/12/05 06:20
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This Saturday is the 25th anniversary of the shooting of 14 women at Ecole Polytechnique by Marc Lepine, also known as the Montreal Massacre. Just as this shocking act by a hate-filled man was used...
2014/12/05 03:39
2014/12/05 03:39
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A quarter-century after the École Polytechnique massacre and in the aftermath of a shooting on Parliament Hill, Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s Conservatives are moving slowly ahead on a divisive...
2014/12/04 18:20
2014/12/04 18:20
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The Liberals and the Tories are statistically tied as Canada heads into an election year, a new Ipsos Reid poll suggests. If Canadians went to the polls now, 34% would vote for Justin Trudeau's...
2014/12/20 09:16
2014/12/20 09:16
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