Sunday , 23 April 2017

Category: POLITIC

Justin Trudeau, Paolo Gentiloni Meet In Ottawa

By Mohamed Omar OTTAWA — One day after his visit to the Trump White House, Italy's visiting prime minister told Prime Minister Justin Trudeau their two countries share a common wo ...

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It's About Time Alberta's Labour Laws Reflected The Interest Of Workers

By Doug O'Halloran For approximately the last 70 years, large business interests have had what can be easily characterized as unfettered access to the reins of Albertan lawmakers. ...

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Trudeau hosting Italian PM in Ottawa following Trump visit

By The Canadian Press Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meets his Italian counterpart in Ottawa today, a day after Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni earned praise from Donald Trump in Wa ...

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Canada Expands Syrian Sanctions List To Put Pressure On Bashar Assad

By Mohamed Omar OTTAWA — Canada has expanded its Syrian sanctions list to include 17 high-ranking individuals in the Assad government and five entities linked to the use of chemic ...

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Privacy Watchdog Concerned By CSIS Data Centre's Use Of Security Clearance Info

By Mohamed Omar OTTAWA — The controversial data-crunching centre run by Canada's spy agency has long been using personal details gleaned from security clearance forms to help with ...

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The World Needs An Independent Canada In The Age Of Trump

By Pouyan Tabasinejad As we near the hundred-day mark of U.S. President Donald Trump's presidency, many Canadians are concerned about a shift in Trudeau's government's foreign pol ...

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Canada slaps new round of sanctions on Syria

By CBC News Canada is imposing additional sanctions on Syria, mounting more pressure on the Assad regime to stop attacks on civilians. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Politi ...

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Can Trudeau talk Trump out of trade fight?

By Aaron Wherry U.S. President Donald Trump has changed his mind about NATO, China and many other big topics. So can Prime Minister Justin Trudeau talk him out of his anti-Canada ...

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Hundreds of Syrian refugees in Canada stuck with erroneous names

By Dean Beeby Many of the thousands of Syrian refugees who have fled to Canada in the last few years face a vexing problem: erroneous names recorded on their official immigration ...

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Trade tribunal slams federal government on use of national security exceptions

By Alison Crawford The Canadian International Trade Tribunal has issued a scathing indictment of how the federal government's IT agency has invoked national security exceptions on ...

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