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2014/09/30 06:55
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Photo of 'L'affaire Calandra' by Press Progress. [Editor's note: Steve Burgess is an accredited spin doctor with a Ph.D in Centrifugal Rhetoric from the University of SASE, situated on the lovely...
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2014/09/29 17:39
2014/09/29 17:39
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The new European Union leadership says one of the most controversial sections of the EU’s free trade deal with Canada may be left out of the pact it is negotiating with the United States. The EU’s...
2014/09/27 06:15
2014/09/27 06:15
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New civic services building marks end of long journey The winding journey that was the life of the new civic services complex downtown seems to have written what is hopefully the final chapter, as the...
2014/09/26 19:39
2014/09/26 19:39
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Canada and the European Union released the long-awaited final text of a major free trade deal and played down the significance of last-minute objections from senior German politicians. European...
2014/09/26 18:20
2014/09/26 18:20
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OTTAWA — A Conservative backbench MP almost broke down crying on Friday while apologizing for his behaviour in the House of Commons earlier in the week. Paul Calandra remained defiant for days in...
2014/09/26 16:39
2014/09/26 16:39
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Conservative MP Paul Calandra has made a tearful apology to the House of Commons for his non-answers to opposition questions this week. Calandra, Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s parliamentary...
2014/09/25 10:39
2014/09/25 10:39
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The RCMP are investigating the expenses of the NDP’s former critic for disability issues, who is now sitting as an Independent after being charged with mischief in a separate police matter. The...
2014/09/25 00:39
2014/09/25 00:39
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An amended version of the Reform Act – a Conservative backbencher’s effort to rein in the authority of party leaders and hand more power to individual MPs – has passed a second reading in the House of...
2014/09/24 23:20
2014/09/24 23:20
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OTTAWA — The federal NDP leader and the Speaker of the House of Commons have seemingly kissed and made up -- for now. Thomas Mulcair said he was "reassured" that Speaker Andrew Scheer used the words...
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2014/09/24 19:39
2014/09/24 19:39
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The federal NDP is declaring its support for Canada’s free trade deal with South Korea, a move that signals a shift in the party’s economic stance and places the NDP at odds with the union...
2014/09/24 02:39
2014/09/24 02:39
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The New Brunswick Liberals won their majority government Monday in the rural and francophone regions of the province, where voters rejected the Progressive Conservatives’ vision for prosperity through...
2014/09/23 04:48
2014/09/23 04:48
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Established as an annual event more than 40 years ago, the Northern Council brings together grassroots party activists, federal and provincial NDP caucus members, and guests, including federal New...
2014/09/22 00:20
2014/09/22 00:20
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Thomas Mulcair got into his time machine to visit Iraq last week. But I don’t think he turned the knob far enough. At least he attended Tuesday’s emergency parliamentary debate on combating ISIS....
2014/09/20 23:20
2014/09/20 23:20
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Wednesday was the state funeral for Jim Flaherty, the former finance minister. Like all MPs, he was a partisan, but unlike many MPs, he had genuine friends across party lines. When he passed away, NDP...
2014/09/20 06:17
2014/09/20 06:17
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Small field at the post for city council race After the dust at city hall settled on Tuesday, the field was set for another civic election, with this go-around being a small piece of the 2010...
2014/09/18 15:18
2014/09/18 15:18
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The 19-year-old, from Lambton County, pleaded guilty Wednesday to the July possession of marijuana and violation of a court-ordered drug ban. The court was told that the teen had walked away when he...
2014/09/18 14:21
2014/09/18 14:21
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OTTAWA — NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair says his party opposes Canada's military mission in Iraq and feels history is repeating itself. He also attacked Immigration Minister Chris Alexander for suggesting...
2014/09/18 13:58
2014/09/18 13:58
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OTTAWA — NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair says his party opposes Canada's military mission in Iraq and feels history is repeating itself. He also attacked Immigration Minister Chris Alexander for suggesting...
2014/09/17 04:20
2014/09/17 04:20
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All eyes are on Stephen Harper and Justin Trudeau as Parliament resumes. How will they position themselves to woo the voters? Polls still show the Liberals in the lead for 2015 prospects. That’s been...
2014/09/16 12:58
2014/09/16 12:58
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Here�s a roundup of news and other tidbits to get you started today. 1. Rob Ford working from sick bed As he awaits biopsy results for an abdominal tumour, Toronto�s outgoing mayor Rob Ford has been...
2014/09/30 06:55
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