Tuesday , 12 December 2017

Category: POLITIC

Canada signs tax deal with U.S., allows CRA to collect info about U.S. residents

By CP OTTAWA - The federal government says it has signed a deal with the United States over a new American law aimed at rooting out tax cheats north of the border.The Foreign Acco ...

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Investigation shows pilot lost control of chopper during Alberta wildlife flight

By CP EDMONTON - The Transportation Safety Board says there was nothing mechanically wrong with a helicopter that crashed in northern Alberta last May, killing the pilot and a gov ...

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Postmedia appoints former OLG head Rod Phillips to board chairman

By CP TORONTO - Rod Phillips, the former president and chief executive of the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corp., has been named chairman of the board at Postmedia Network Canada Co ...

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Liberals claim many Tories oppose Tim Hudak's plan to make union dues optional

By CP TORONTO - Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak is standing by his plans to change Ontario's labour laws to make union membership optional, while the Liberals claim many ...

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'Blood splatter' found in 10-year-old boy's bedroom: murder trial hears

By CP BRAMPTON, Ont. - A Toronto-area court is hearing a forensics team found what appeared to be blood stains in the bedroom of a 10-year-old boy who died in the care of his fath ...

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Rob Ford Dances To Crazy Town's 'Butterfly' In Perfect Viral Video

By Joshua Ostroff You probably haven't through about the millennial rap-rock group Crazy Town for, oh, about 14 years. And we apologize for making you think of them now. But we re ...

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Manitoba First Nation says previous council to blame for unpaid teachers

By CP WINNIPEG - A Manitoba First Nation accused of not paying its teachers says it doesn't need the federal government to step in.Sandy Bay Chief Russell Beaulieu says a previous ...

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Support Free Dominion Against Richard Warman and Government Censors

By Graham Templeton If there's one thing I can say about Richard Warman without getting sued, it's that he knows his way around the system. As a human rights advocate, he's brough ...

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Charlottetown hospital getting surgical upgrade, first stage finished

By CP CHARLOTTETOWN - The first stage of an expansion to the day surgery department at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Charlottetown has been finished and will increase the number ...

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New regs announced for cellphone towers

By CP OTTAWA - The federal government is expanding the rules governing construction of new cellphone towers.Industry Minister James Moore says wireless companies will now have to ...

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