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The Senate of Canada building and Senate Chamber are pictured in Ottawa on Monday, Feb. 18, 2019. The Senate will remain in what is Ottawa s Old Train Station during...
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KINGSTON, Ont. The home of Canada s first prime minister is getting an extra $1.1 million from the federal government for promised renovations. The Liberals originally promised $1.03 million...
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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is on his way to a major international summit in Japan, hoping to make progress or at least find allies in Canada...
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OTTAWA The changes announced today enhance the transparency and accountability of Canadian democratic institutions by ensuring that Canadians can easily view the most often requested documents without having to...
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OTTAWA A portion of the proceeds of the federal carbon tax will go to fund green projects at schools in four provinces, but the fate of the program depends...
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OTTAWA Via Rail is getting $71 million in federal cash some through Transport Canada and some from an infrastructure financing agency to tackle the last few details...
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OTTAWA The Chinese Embassy says it has suspended all Canadian meat exports in a dramatic escalation of its diplomatic dispute with Canada over the December arrest of Huawei executive...
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OTTAWA The federal government is setting up a secretariat to root out systemic racism and discrimination within federal institutions, programs and services. The secretariat is part of a $45 million...
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OTTAWA Ukraine s new president will visit Toronto next week for a major international conference on his country s future that Canada is hosting, and where he will meet...
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OTTAWA The federal government will fund more than 100 projects to honour the lives and legacies of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls, Gender Equality Minister Maryam Monself...
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VANCOUVER Defence lawyers for a senior Huawei executive have asked Canada s foreign affairs minister to stop the extradition process against their client, saying the request made by the...
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OTTAWA Independent MP Celina Caesar Chavannes says qualified black Canadians are being passed over for promotions to senior positions in the federal government due what she says are systemic racial...
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In this file photo, Chris d Entremont talks with reporters after addressing a business luncheon in Halifax on Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2006. CP PHOTO / Andrew Vaughan Published Sunday, June...
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OTTAWA Canada is being invited to once again provide training to Iraq s Kurdish security forces, who worked shoulder to shoulder with Canadian soldiers in the war against the Islamic State...
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OTTAWA The House of Commons national security committee questions the wisdom of using technology produced in China in the electronic devices and software Canadians use daily. The committee s...
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That s up substantially from a Canadian government estimate in 2017 that pegged the price of the project at between $56 billion and $60 billion. The 2017 estimate was itself...
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ST. JOHN S, N.L. A judicial recount has confirmed a narrow NDP win in a Labrador riding in last month s provincial election, denying the governing Liberals majority status....
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A new bill designating September 30 as a statutory holiday known as National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is expected to die in Senate as Parliament is set to adjourn...
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WASHINGTON Canada suddenly became a little less lonely in the world after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau s meeting in Washington with U.S. President Donald Trump this week. Trudeau and...
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The numbers are in a report the parliamentary budget office says should set the baseline for the campaign promises parties will dangle in front of voters this fall. The PBO...