Wednesday , 26 July 2017

Category: POLITIC

Canada trails G7 in protecting land, parks advocates say

By Susan Lunn Canada lags behind most of the world in setting aside protected spaces, says the Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Politic ...

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Canada wasn't — and isn't — ready for an Indigenous governor general

By Robert Jago Prior to Julie Payette's appointment as Canada's next governor general, several Liberal MPs suggested that an Indigenous person in the role would symbolize great pr ...

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Despite 2015 defeat, NDP in better spot now than during most of party's past leadership races

By Éric Grenier Despite the big names within the NDP who opted to sit the leadership race out and the lack of enthusiasm for the contest outside of the party's existing membership ...

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Intellectual property could be key as Canada and U.S. compete for frigate-building bids

By Murray Brewster Intellectual property demands could be a key factor as Canada tries to compete with the U.S. for international bidders. ...Read the news Source:: CBC – Po ...

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Wildrose members debate unity deal as vote gets underway

By Michelle Bellefontaine Wildrose members debated the pros and cons of the unity deal in a lively open mic session that kicked off the party's special general meeting in Red Deer ...

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PC, Wildrose members decide today if there will be a United Conservative Party in Alberta

By CBC News The question of whether Alberta conservatives will unite under a single party will be answered later Saturday when the results of the unity vote are revealed by the Wi ...

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Trudeau 'not working hard enough' on NAFTA file, says Scheer

By Catharine Tunney The leader of the Official Opposition is calling out Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's credentials handling the North American Trade Agreement file, less than a ...

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Illegal border crossings by asylum seekers decline in Manitoba but spike in Quebec

By Peter Zimonjic The total number of illegal border crossings made by asylum seekers increased slightly in June compared with the previous month but has stayed relatively consist ...

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Pierre Poilievre's golf shirt a faux pas, elections watchdog rules

By The Canadian Press Canada's elections watchdog says a former Conservative cabinet minister broke election rules when he decided to wear a party-branded shirt to announce an exp ...

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In historic 1st, transgender inmate wins transfer to women's prison

By Kathleen Harris Transgender inmate Fallon Aubee is making history as Canada's first federal inmate to be placed in a prison based on gender identity rather than genitalia. ...R ...

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