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2015/02/28 09:16
2015/02/28 09:16
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Final land acquisition paves way for future development It is often the last piece of the puzzle that is the trickiest to place. It has lingered longer than others to find a home in the bigger...
2015/02/28 09:16
2015/02/28 09:16
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2015/02/28 08:05
2015/02/28 08:05
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The Canadian government's steadfast refusal to launch a national inquiry into missing aboriginal women and girls has stirred controversy in election year, pitting Ottawa against indigenous groups. A...
2015/02/28 00:17
2015/02/28 00:17
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Two-time U.S. presidential candidate Ross Perot once said: “War has rules, mud wrestling has rules, but politics has no rules.” Speaking of no rules, the federal election season is here and a...
2015/02/27 15:58
2015/02/27 15:58
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The Bloc Quebecois has released an image of the House of Commons viewed threw the eyeholes of a black niqab with the caption: “Do you have to hide your face to vote NDP?” The ad takes aim at NDP...
Read more at CNews, Calgary Sun
2015/02/27 00:08
2015/02/27 00:08
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TORONTO (AP) - The lawyer for a Canadian Al-Jazeera journalist criticized the Canadian government Thursday for not doing enough to secure his release from Egypt. Mohamed Fahmy is out on bail awaiting...
2015/02/25 18:58
2015/02/25 18:58
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Conservative MP Michael Chong's bill to broaden the powers of MPs is expected to pass in the House of Commons on Wednesday. The Reform Act is billed as a move "to re-balance power in the House of...
Read more at CNews, Calgary Sun
2015/02/24 07:48
2015/02/24 07:48
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Rex Murphy? Really? I couldn't believe that he came out against Bill C-51, the proposed anti-terror bill being put forward by the Harper Conservatives. About the bill he says, "every clause should be...
2015/02/23 17:21
2015/02/23 17:21
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MPs will have one last chance to square off over the Conservative government's controversial anti-terrorism bill Monday before it heads to committee. The Liberals are expected to vote in favour of...
Read more at Calgary Sun, CNews
2015/02/23 03:13
2015/02/23 03:13
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Now here is something I never thought I would write: Thomas Mulcair, leader of the federal NDP, is right. I know, I know. Mulcair has taken a principled stand against Bill C-51, the Conservatives’...
2015/02/21 09:15
2015/02/21 09:15
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Province leaving holes in BSD budget Budgeting for one of the largest employers in the city while serving a “client base” of more than 8,000 members can be tricky business. It is often the job of CEOs...
2015/02/19 20:58
2015/02/19 20:58
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While the Conservative government tries to speed up debate on its anti-terror bill that would expand the powers of Canada's spy agency, four former prime ministers issued a joint letter calling for...
2015/02/18 22:38
2015/02/18 22:38
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A group of activists held a rally outside the Collingwood office of Canada’s Minister of Status of Women Kellie Leitch Feb. 13, demanding that more be done to tackle the problem of missing and...
2015/02/18 22:29
2015/02/18 22:29
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Tory flew to Ottawa on Tuesday with three senior staff members. He met with Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau and MP Adam Vaughan, the Liberal urban affairs critic; Conservatives Transport Minister Lisa...
2015/02/18 15:58
2015/02/18 15:58
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TORONTO - Coun. Rob Ford came out comparing Mayor John Tory a dog on Tuesday. The ex-mayor was highly critical of Tory's trip to Ottawa to meet with NDP leader Thomas Mulcair and Liberal leader...
2015/02/18 01:45
2015/02/18 01:45
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In this file photo, the Canadian flag flies over the Parliament hill in Ottawa, Canada on October 22, 2014. Lars Hagberg/AFP OTTAWA, Canada – Sweeping powers to be granted to Canada's spy agency in...
2015/02/18 01:39
2015/02/18 01:39
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Mayor John Tory says now is not the time to talk about new taxes for the City of Toronto, but he is not ruling them out entirely. Mr. Tory tried Tuesday to put a damper on discussion of the need to...
2015/02/17 23:55
2015/02/17 23:55
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It’s safe to say that, among environmentalists in Canada, Prime Minister Stephen Harper isn’t well-loved. “All this underscores Canada’s new reality: Just about any kind of rational evidence has now...
2015/02/17 21:31
2015/02/17 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. Tory speaks about the budget in January 2015. In an effort to wring infrastructure money from the...
2015/02/17 18:43
2015/02/17 18:43
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This being the month of the heart, both Valentine and Heart and Stroke (is the Northumberland Hills Hospital Auxiliary Polar Dip really a wise venture for unsuspecting hearts?), one has to wonder...
2015/02/17 15:07
2015/02/17 15:07
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So Eugene Kotyk (letter, Feb. 12) thought Don Watson’s letter was “the most eloquent letter ever written on these pages” (Conservatives Give Managers a Bad Name, Feb. 10). Funny, I thought it was the...
2015/02/28 09:16
2015/02/28 09:16
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