Thursday , 21 September 2017

Category: POLITIC

Air force eyes resale value of Super Hornets even before deal is done

By Murray Brewster Air force planners have advised that if Canada buys Boeing Super Hornet fighters, it would be better off with the two-seat variant because they would be easier ...

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Liberal support holds despite tax change attacks

By Éric Grenier The Liberals have come under fire for their proposed changes to the tax system from the opposition, small business owners, doctors and even members of their own ca ...

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Shariah and rules that govern religious practices in other faiths are not to be feared, spiritual leaders say

By Alison Crawford MPs on the Commons heritage committee continue their study today on how to eliminate systemic racism and religious discrimination — work that was required by a ...

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Opposition parties grill government over plans to legalize cannabis

By The Canadian Press Three Liberal ministers came under fire tonight by opposition parties concerned about the government's pot plans. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Polit ...

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Trudeau delivers remarks at the Atlantic Council Dinner in New York LIVE

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Cabinet ministers to address Commons committee studying marijuana bill LIVE

Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor, Jody Wilson-Raybould, the minister of justice, and Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale will address the Commons Health committee studying ...

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Leading civil society voices want changes to Liberal national security bill

By Jim Bronskill Dozens of leading civil society voices are calling for changes to the Liberal government's national security bill to protect privacy and freedoms — the latest sig ...

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Minister Carolyn Bennett urges Conservatives to kick Lynn Beyak out of caucus

By The Canadian Press Liberal cabinet minister Carolyn Bennett is urging the leader of the Official Opposition to kick Sen. Lynn Beyak out of the Conservative caucus over her open ...

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More than 13,000 intercepted by RCMP trying to cross into Canada this year

By The Canadian Press New figures released Tuesday show the number of asylum seekers arriving at the Canada-U.S. border almost doubled last month to 5,712, up from 3,134 in July. ...

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Trudeau urges Canadian aerospace companies to pressure Boeing

By The Canadian Press Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is encouraging Canadian companies that work with Boeing to speak out against the U.S. aerospace giant's trade dispute with Mont ...

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