Sunday , 24 September 2017

Category: POLITIC

Harper, Obama Wager Case Of Beer On Olympic Hockey Games

By Ryan Maloney OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper and U.S. President Barack Obama have a couple of cases of beer riding on the outcome of the men's and women's games in Olymp ...

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Rob Ford's brother says he won't run provincially; will manage mayor's campaign

By CP TORONTO - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's city councillor brother says he will not be seeking a seat in the provincial legislature in the next Ontario election.Rather, Doug Ford sa ...

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Media Bites: Watch Out Liberal Party, Voters Don't Like Elites

By J.J. McCullough Canadians do not want to be ruled by rich snobs. Such was the conclusion of a big survey commissioned by the Tory government last summer, but only revealed last ...

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Oilsands Tailings Seeping Into Groundwater, Athabasca River: Federal Study

By Michelle Butterfield EDMONTON - New federal research has confirmed that water from vast oilsands tailings ponds is leaching into groundwater and seeping into the Athabasca Rive ...

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Federal study confirms oilsands tailings found in groundwater, river

By CP EDMONTON - New federal research has confirmed that water from vast oilsands tailings ponds is leaching into groundwater and seeping into the Athabasca River.Previous studies ...

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Why Canada Needs a Basic Income Pilot To Reduce Poverty

By Jesse Helmer Imagine you are a young single mother on social assistance. You decide you want to further your education by enrolling at your local university. When you are accep ...

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Redford dismisses talk of outspoken MLA Steve Young being turfed from caucus

By CP EDMONTON - It appears government backbencher Steve Young won't be kicked out of caucus by Alberta Premier Alison Redford for criticizing her $45,000 taxpayer-funded trip to ...

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NDP proposing plan to fight election law changes

By Laura Payton The New Democrats are presenting a new plank in their plan to fight the government's proposed changes to Canada's election laws. CBC News will carry the NDP press ...

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Doug Ford Won't Run For Ontario Progressive Conservatives

By Ryan Maloney With a provincial election expected this spring, controversial Toronto Councillor Doug Ford has announced he will not run for an Ontario Progressive Conservative n ...

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Doug Ford won't run for council or a provincial seat

By CBC News Toronto Coun. Doug Ford says he will stick by his brother's side in the months ahead, rather than pursue a potential bid to become a member of the provincial legislatu ...

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