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It was surprising to see David Johnston the subject of online vitriol, the result of his use of the ill-chosen word ‘immigrants’ in relation to Canada’s aboriginal peopl…
06.19 / 22:17
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Conservatives want to know if Prime Minister Justin Trudeau plans on balancing the federal budget when pigs fly or when hell freezes over. Opposition House Leader Candice Bergen posed the tongue-in-cheek question to Trudeau in the House of Commons Monday as Tories pressed the prime minister about his deficit spending. function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var…
06.19 / 21:57
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Google is promising to be more vigilant about preventing terrorist propaganda and other extremist videos from appearing on its YouTube site amid intensifying criticism about the internet’s role in mass v…
06.19 / 21:49
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U.S. President Donald Trump is considering shifting Sean Spicer to a more senior…
06.19 / 21:28
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The former interim Conservative leader is worried senators are sitting on her bill mandating sexual assault training for judges, fearing the legislation could not get to a final vote before Parliament rises for the summer…
06.19 / 21:27
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Aerospace giant Boeing appears to have gotten the cold shoulder from the Trudeau government in…
06.19 / 21:18
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The federal information commissioner would be given new powers to order the release of government records to requesters under legislation tabled…
06.19 / 20:56
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The federal government is introducing legislation that would limit how long prison inmates can be kept in solitary…
06.19 / 20:56
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The federal information commissioner would be given new powers to order the release of government records to requesters under legislation tabled…
06.19 / 20:46
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The legislation would establish an initial time limit of 21 days of…
06.19 / 20:36
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No, the Senate isn't obstructing the House of Commons—and casting its actions as unprecedented activism is ahistorical The post Proposing amendments isn’t Senate activism. It’s the Senate’s job. appeared first on M…
06.19 / 20:31
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The federal government is imposing a cap of 15 days on holding prisoners in solitary…
06.19 / 20:24
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While on the campaign trail this spring, then-Conservative leader hopeful Kellie Leitch insisted to Canadians she's not a racist. She couldn't convince the Conservative Party of Canada members to elect her as leader, and, her latest tweet is doing little to convince people she's not racist, either. On Sunday, Leitch tweeted a link to Toronto Sun columnist Candice Malcolm's piece titled "The real legacy of Trudeau’s Syrian refugee program": A battered wife and a bloodied hockey stick. T…
06.19 / 20:11
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OTTAWA — Manitoba's finance minister says he's feeling rushed by the Trudeau government's July 2018 timeline for legalizing recreational marijuana and he wants more time. Cameron Friesen said Monday that with the clock ticking there are still many unanswered questions on issues like public safety, enforcement and finding legal supplies of marijuana. Provinces, he argued, are responsible for much of the work and the "very real" costs needed to create a regulated cannabis market. A '…
06.19 / 20:11
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Forty-five years after Nixon resigned, Allen Abel goes to Capitol Hill to ask lawmakers: 'Are we there yet?' The post Donald Trump’s Watergate moment appeared first on…
06.19 / 19:47
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'We’re a country based on immigration going right back to our, quote, indigenous people, unquote, who were immigrants as well, 10, 12, 14 thousand years ago,' David Johnston s…
06.19 / 19:45
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Taxation of marijuana under next year's planned legalization was a central topic as provincial and federal ministers met in Ottawa Monday. Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau is speaking to reporters at 4:15 p.m.…
06.19 / 19:40
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Canadians will find out just how many of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s promises to improve access to information his government plans to keep Monday when a trio of cabinet ministers unveils proposed changes to Canada’s Access to Information Act…
06.19 / 18:56
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Manitoba's finance minister says he's feeling rushed by the Trudeau government's July 2018 timeline for legalizing recreational marijuana, and he wants an…
06.19 / 18:46
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It's been years since the article was written, but it is still Google's number one hit for me when you search my name. It pre-dated my card-carrying Conservative membership, but I had been assigned and written articles regarding sex when I was a freelance journalist nearly 10 years ago, trying to make ends meet and writing about everything from how to dye your poodle's hair to the second Intifada. Journalists learn variety throughout their careers. One of the first things I learned in…
06.19 / 18:43
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