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The partisan crowd cheered as Trudeau reaffirmed his belief in what he called positive politics, and took jabs at Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer, whom he accused of exploiting fear and...
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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his newly shuffled cabinet will focus squarely on next year s election at a two day retreat this week including a hard look...
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Trudeau began his day at an upscale hotel Old Montreal, where he attended a Pride themed Liberal fundraising brunch in the company of Queer Eye TV personality Antoni Porowski. As guests...
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HALIFAX The federal Treasury Board president says there are no changes planned to the National Shipbuilding Strategy that would compromise the role of Halifax s Irving Shipbuilding Inc. The...
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OTTAWA A study commissioned by the federal government to gauge public perceptions of immigration suggests Canadians are supportive overall of current immigration levels but also worried and confused...
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Canada s forestry industry is pushing back against comments by U.S. President Trump that lumber imports are partially to blame for intense forest fires in California. Trump made the comments...
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OTTAWA A Liberal MP has apologized and rescinded a certificate of appreciation she presented last week to a man a Jewish advocacy group calls a purveyor of anti Semitism. Mississauga Erin...
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OTTAWA Donald Trump is suggesting the United States has deliberately left Canada on the NAFTA sidelines as negotiations between Washington and Mexico have heated up in recent weeks. During...
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Green Leader Elizabeth May says the decision is an extension of a leader s courtesy, a long standing Canadian parliamentary tradition that facilitates a newly elected party leader s entry to...
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SAINT EUSTACHE, Que. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government will move forward to create a statutory holiday dedicated to reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples. Trudeau confirmed today the holiday will...
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Canada Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier says there were significant errors of law in the July 16 ruling that require an appeal despite the legislative plans. Published Thursday, August 16, 2018...
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The five page submission says we want to be regulated and asks the government to avoid forcing existing rules for traditional hotels onto Airbnb hosts. Published Thursday, August 16, 2018 11 45AM...
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OTTAWA The federal government is reviewing a decision of the UN Human Rights Committee that concluded Canada violated the rights of an undocumented irregular migrant by denying her essential...
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Bob Reynolds was named as a new chair of the negotiating team, as the Ford government looks to smooth relations between the government and Ontario doctors. Reynolds takes over for...
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OTTAWA The City of Montreal is planning to formally ask the federal government to impose a nationwide ban on handguns and so called assault weapons for anyone who doesn t...
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TORONTO Class action lawyers who secured a landmark $750 million compensation deal for Indigenous victims of the 60s Scoop have been left in fee limbo amid conflicting views as to...
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OTTAWA A Liberal MP is urging Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer to kick Maxime Bernier out of caucus following a slew of what he calls hateful attacks on Twitter. Arif...
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Newly published federal data shows a total of 1, 634 irregular migrants were apprehended by RCMP between official border crossings last month. That s 371 more than the number of people...
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OTTAWA The minister responsible for Parks Canada says tearing down statues is not the solution when it comes to addressing the darker side of Canadian history. Environment Minister Catherine...
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OTTAWA Canada s police chiefs are urging Ottawa to beef up its fight against the scourge of opioids by closely vetting people who import pill presses. In a resolution...