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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he s willing to fill opposition parties in on Canada s strategy as it heads into trilateral negotiations next month with the U.S....
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Canadas premiers say the federal government needs to provide more clarity as they work to craft rules on legalizing marijuana or Ottawa will face a call for a delay....
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OTTAWA The federal government is on the cusp of launching an overhaul of the computer systems running key social safety net programs, and hoping to avoid seeing another IT...
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As Gov. Gen. David Johnston prepares to end his service as the Queens representative in Canada, he took a moment to defend his goodwill mission to China earlier this month....
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OTTAWA New mental health workers arrived in Pikangikum First Nation on Tuesday to help hundreds of people seeking support in the northern Ontario community, Health Minister Jane Philpott says....
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Conservative foreign affairs critic Peter Kent says he penned a scathing op ed in the Wall Street journal in order to educate the American public about the Omar Khadr case, while...
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GATINEAU, Que. Heritage Minister Melanie Joly has announced Ian Scott as the new chairman of the Canadian Radio television and Telecommunications Commission. Scott, who starts his five year term on Sept....
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The Wall Street Journal has published a scorching op ed written by opposition MP Peter Kent that s now gaining traction elsewhere. The former journalist had penned a piece titled, A...
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OTTAWA A group of lawyers are hoping the courts will force the federal government to speed up refugee applications for three families who helped hide former CIA whistleblower Edward...
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CALGARY A group that helps military veterans find jobs in the private sector says many former soldiers are struggling to find meaningful employment after serving their country. There isn...
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The federal Liberals are looking for answers after the governments program to help workers in hard hit economic regions of the country blew past budget expectations, with spending now topping $1.3 billion....
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Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard has contacted several of his counterparts to discuss his constitutional initiative and says he wants to raise the topic at the Council of the Federation meeting...
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OTTAWA The federal Liberals are looking for answers after the government s program to help workers in hard hit economic regions of the country blew past budget expectations, with spending...
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EDMONTON Cross border trade and the looming renegotiation of NAFTA top the agenda of the upcoming summer gathering of Canada s premiers, says host Rachel Notley. Notley says the premiers...
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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reiterated his sympathies for the families of the alleged victims of Omar Khadr Friday, but unlike his prime ministerial predecessor, said he has not...
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OTTAWA Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has opened the process to choose the next Supreme Court justice and for the first time, candidates from the North are being specifically invited...