Wednesday , 26 July 2017

Category: POLITIC

Supreme Court to issue landmark rulings on Indigenous relationship with energy sector

By John Paul Tasker The Supreme Court will deliver two landmark rulings Wednesday that could lead to fundamental changes for Canada's energy sector and its relationship with Indig ...

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Changes coming to First Nations funding, feds tell AFN

By Tim Fontaine The federal government will soon make changes to its decades-old funding model for First Nations, Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett announced on Tuesday. ...

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Pipeline project, wildfires top agenda for 1st meeting between Trudeau, Horgan

By The Canadian Press The debate around the future of the planned Trans Mountain pipeline expansion in British Columbia could intensify today when Prime Minister Justin Trudeau me ...

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Merger history suggests Alberta's United Conservative Party could be less than sum of its parts

By Éric Grenier The result of Saturday's merger vote between Alberta's Progressive Conservative and Wildrose parties, the new United Conservative Party has a good shot at defeatin ...

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Conservative politicians flock to U.S. media to whip up ignorance and bile: Neil Macdonald

By Neil Macdonald The conservative American public, guided by a churlish, isolationist president, is looking for whipping boys and imagined foreign enemies at the moment. So what ...

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Government, Indigenous leaders herald health agreement that will dismantle 'colonial' system

By John Paul Tasker Canada's health minister, the province of Ontario and the Nishnawbe Aski Nation have signed a deal on health care, a "landmark" agreement they say will begin t ...

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Reports of child pornography, sexual crimes against minors on the rise

By Kathleen Harris Child pornography offences have exploded by more than 200 per cent in the last decade, a trend that advocates say is fuelled by the easy spread of illicit mater ...

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Canadian defence deal with Azerbaijan raises new questions about arms export controls

By Levon Sevunts - Radio Canada International A deal by a Canadian company to export armoured personnel carriers to Azerbaijan and set up a joint production of these military-styl ...

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Pot charges drop in 2016, Statistics Canada reports

By The Canadian Press The number of cannabis-related offences reported to police and the number of pot possession charges were down again last year. ...Read the news Source:: CBC ...

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'Battle for the centre' emerges in Alberta as unite-the-right vote succeeds

By Sarah Lawrynuik The 95 per cent approval to merge Alberta's Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties has drawn a mix of reactions from Albertans of all political stripes. ...

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