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OTTAWA As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau prepares to attend the upcoming NATO summit in Brussels, U.S. President Donald Trump is calling on Canada to meet the alliance s defence...
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They will begin nominating candidates next week, starting Wednesday with the acclamation of Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains in his riding of Mississauga Malton. And lest anyone doubt this marks the...
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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was forced to pay a $100 fine for violating conflict of interest rules by not disclosing a gift given to him last year by...
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OTTAWA Cities, provinces and territories building new roads, bridges, water and transit systems funded with federal dollars will have to let Indigenous Peoples, veterans and recent immigrants have a...
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The Canadian government is facing mounting pressure to suspend its Safe Third Country Agreement with the United States amid concerns over child migrants being detained at the U.S. border but...
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Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, right, poses with Canada s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at the presidential compound in Jerusalem on Friday, Sept. 30, 2016. Gali Tibbon/Pool photo via AP Published...
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OTTAWA Canada s envoy to Washington will brief finance ministers from across the federation next week on the roller coaster relationship with the United States. Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau...
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WINNIPEG A member of Parliament is denying an accusation that she caused a disturbance, created confusion and was verbally abusive at an emergency shelter for forest fire evacuees last...
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OTTAWA More than two years after Canadian and U.S. security agencies signed an updated agreement on sharing information about suspected terrorists, officials are still weighing the program s privacy...
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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement in Prince Rupert, B.C., today as part of a celebration of National Indigenous Peoples Day. The agreement between the federal government and 14...
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Bill C 66 allows Canadians, or family members of Canadians who have died, to apply to erase past criminal convictions for three offences buggery, gross indecency and anal intercourse. The...
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OTTAWA Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says Canada has no immediate plans to follow Europe s lead and increase its targets for cutting emissions. McKenna is in Belgium this week...
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A private member s bill introduced by NDP MP Georgina Jolibois was stuck at second reading when the House of Commons rose Wednesday for the summer break. But Jolibois isn...
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Trudeau made the proclamation during question period Wednesday, saying the provinces wanted more time to implement the new regime than originally anticipated. We heard from provinces and territories who told...
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REGINA Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is proposing a major change to a federal policy that transfers money from so called have provinces to less prosperous ones. Moe says Canada s...
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Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Sport and Persons with Disabilities, introduced the Accessible Canada Act in the House of Commons today shortly before parliament rose for the summer. The Liberals have...
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U.S. President Donald Trump s claim Canadians are smuggling shoes across the border to avoid massive tariffs on American goods doesn t make sense, experts say. It s great for...
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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is appointing former journalist and public servant Julie Miville Dechene to fill a Senate vacancy from Quebec. Miville Dechene spent 25 years as an award winning news...
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OTTAWA The U.S. commerce secretary says Canada is not a national security threat and that a revitalized NAFTA could make the Trump administration s tariffs on steel and aluminum...
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Richard Martel, who won Monday s byelection in the Quebec riding of Chicoutimi Le Fjord, was on hand for today s caucus meeting, where he was presented with a blue jersey...