Tuesday , 24 October 2017

Category: POLITIC

Liberal byelection win in Quebec shows blueprint for 2019 success

By Éric Grenier The Liberals are the big winners in Monday's two federal byelections, stealing one of two Conservative seats up for grabs in Andrew Scheer's first electoral test a ...

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Even as long-form census data returns, Statcan readies for day without it

By Jordan Press Statistics Canada will release data from the 2016 census on Wednesday, the first details from the resurrected long-form questionnaire that was axed by the former H ...

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Even as long-form census data returns, Statscan readies for day without it

By Jordan Press Statistics Canada will release data from the 2016 census on Wednesday, the first details from the resurrected long-form questionnaire that was axed by the former H ...

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Access to Information reforms fall short, pro-openness voices tell MPs

By Jim Bronskill A Liberal government bill to modernize the Access to Information Act would create new barriers for people seeking federal files, transparency advocates told MPs s ...

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Quebec justice minister to release guidelines on face-covering ban today

By CBC News The directives were originally meant for administrators within the public service, but with criticism of the law coming from all sides, Justice Minister Stéphanie Vall ...

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'An issue that pulls at the heartstrings': MPs review rules that reject immigrants on medical grounds

By Kathleen Harris MPs begin a review today of rules that reject immigrants because they could be a drain on Canada's social services and health-care system. ...Read the news Sour ...

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Beleaguered Liberal government hopes to deliver 'good news' in fall economic update

By John Paul Tasker Finance Minister Bill Morneau hasn't had a lot of wins lately, but today's fall economic update could be an opportunity to bask in the glory of a healthy Canad ...

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Voters to choose MPs in 2 federal byelections tonight in Alberta, Quebec

By Peter Zimonjic Canadians are going to the polls in Alberta and Quebec tonight to cast their votes in two federal byelections, including a race for former Conservative leader Ro ...

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Liberal government to boost Canada child benefit payments: sources

By CBC News The federal government will announce plans to boost payments made to families under the Canada child benefit program on Tuesday, CBC News has learned. ...Read the news ...

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British-American Putin critic behind Magnitsky Act says U.S. visa revoked

By The Associated Press Republicans and Democrats are demanding answers from the U.S. government after British-American financier William Browder said his visa was revoked. ...Rea ...

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