Friday , 24 November 2017

Category: POLITIC

Living and loving the Cold War: The wild ride of a Canadian diplomat and spy

By Terry Milewski Diplomacy is not designed to be a wild ride, but Bill Warden's lasted three decades. He died in 2011, before his vivid journals were collected and published this ...

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Survivors wait for next steps in effort to preserve 'horror stories' of residential schools

By Tom Parry The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled residential school survivors must decide whether their accounts of abuse should be preserved or destroyed. Plans are now being d ...

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'I'll never stop fighting,' says Kitchener Rohingya man after 2-week stint in Bangladesh camps

By Lauren Pelley Ahmed Ullah says the experience was a horrifying nightmare, far worse than the 15 years he spent in refugee camps before moving to Canada in 2009. ...Read the new ...

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'I'll never stop fighting,' says Kitchener Rohingya man after 2-week stint in Bangladesh camps

By Lauren Pelley Ahmed Ullah says the experience was a horrifying nightmare, far worse than the 15 years he spent in refugee camps before moving to Canada in 2009. ...Read the new ...

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Senate delay on sex assault training for judges bill 'makes my blood boil': Ambrose

By Catharine Tunney In the wake of Harvey Weinstein's meteoric downfall over sexual misconduct allegations and the rise of the #metoo campaign, former interim leader Rona Ambrose ...

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Trudeau reluctant to reveal too much on Quebec's face-covering law: Aaron Wherry

By Aaron Wherry Over the course of three days this week, the prime minister was poked and prodded for a position ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Politics ...

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'The old guard in revolt': Why ex-presidents are violating code of silence to fight 'Trumpism'

By Matt Kwong It's a golden rule that ex-presidents don't criticize a successor. But George W. Bush and Barack Obama both took poorly veiled shots at Donald Trump this week, and s ...

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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh officially resigns as Ontario MPP

By CBC News Jagmeet Singh has officially resigned as an Ontario member of the Provincial Parliament, weeks after winning the federal NDP leadership. ...Read the news Source:: CBC ...

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Health ministers summit news conference LIVE

Federal, provincial and territorial health ministers take questions after their meeting ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Politics ...

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Trudeau says federal government will 'look carefully' at implications of Bill 62

By Catharine Tunney Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is looking into the implications of Quebec's Bill 62, which would require ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Polit ...

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