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The Federal Court has ruled the Canadian Judicial Council can continue to deliberate the questions of whether Justice Robin Camp can remain on the…
02.24 / 16:54
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The man who once successfully harnessed populist sentiment in Canada into political success is warning of what's at stake if today's political leadership fails to do…
02.24 / 16:43
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From the Conservative leadership debate to panels on the future of the Canadian right, watch the goings-on at the Manning Centre Conference live The post Watch the Manning Conference, live all weekend appeared first on…
02.24 / 16:39
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The White House chief of staff asked FBI officials to dispute media reports that Trump's campaign advisers were frequently in touch with Russian intelligence agents during the…
02.24 / 16:29
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News that the Newfoundland and Labrador government is eliminating the word culture from one of its departments is not going over well with local…
02.24 / 16:28
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The monthly Fiscal Monitor report, released Friday, shows Ottawa ran a $1.3-billion deficit in December 2016 compared to a surplus of $2.2-billion in December…
02.24 / 16:19
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Major tourism dollars at stake as both provinces vie for honour of being recognized as the birthplace of…
02.24 / 16:19
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The federal government ran a budgetary shortfall of $14 billion over the first nine months of the fiscal year, compared with a $3.2-billion surplus over the same period a year…
02.24 / 16:18
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Major tourism dollars at stake as both provinces vie for honour of being recognized as the birthplace of…
02.24 / 15:53
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Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary says the party has to respect the rights of LGBTQ people in order to win over millennial voters -- and that the party's social conservatives will get on board if it means winning a majority…
02.24 / 15:52
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OTTAWA — The man who once successfully harnessed populist sentiment in Canada into political success is warning of what's at stake if today's political leadership fails to do so. Preston Manning, founder of the Reform party, says the greatest challenge facing political leaders is that people are becoming increasingly disenchanted with government, mainstream media and politics. He says if there are manifestations of Trumpmania in Canada, the way to fend it off is not Trumphobia. Reform p…
02.24 / 15:22
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The man who once successfully harnessed populist sentiment in Canada into political success is warning of what's at stake if today's political leadership fails to do…
02.24 / 15:01
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The intro music is more likely to be "Hail to the Chief" when he takes the stage Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. The audience will have changed its tune,…
02.24 / 14:46
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Also: Ford says no one is the real anti-elite candidate; Manitoba wants to end preliminary inquiries; and Spicer has a…
02.24 / 14:12
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The second day of deliberations is underway in St. John's for the jury in RNC officer Doug Snelgrove's trial. He is charged with sexually assaulting a woman while on…
02.24 / 13:27
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Kady O'Malley previews the programme as Day One of the Manning Conference gets underway The post Manning Manifests: What to expect from Day One appeared first on…
02.24 / 13:13
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From reforming immigration policy to more venture capital pools, two groups have some concrete plans to spur…
02.24 / 13:11
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Former Toronto city councillor says leadership race lacks strong voice for the ‘average p…
02.24 / 12:53
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What would happen if the CBC--Canada's public broadcaster, the purported bastion of tolerance--violated Alberta's Human Rights Act ("AHRA")? We may soon find out. On January 20, 2017, producers for the CBC program Marketplace printed t-shirts containing racist logos and mottos, including "white power" and "white pride world wide [sic]," and hired a middle-aged white man to stand on a Toronto street to peddle the t-shirts and yell racist slogans. The episode is titled "The Trump Effect"…
02.24 / 11:07
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When Finance Minister Bill Morneau delivers his next televised budget speech, carefully selected people from across the country will be registering their approval or disapproval of each measure he announces in real…
02.24 / 10:06
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