Wednesday , 26 July 2017

Category: POLITIC

Old political, leadership rivals unite to pay tribute to Jean Chretien

By (CP) OTTAWA - Old partisan and leadership rivals are putting aside their differences to pay tribute to Jean Chretien at a star-studded event organizers hope heralds a new era o ...

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Photo of Quebec union, construction boss makes splash at corruption inquiry

By (CP) MONTREAL - A photograph of a high-powered union boss having his back washed by a construction magnate while on vacation caused a stir at Quebec's corruption inquiry on Mon ...

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Harper enters Middle East crucible, and provides fuel to his critics

By (CP) OTTAWA - Prime Minister Stephen Harper's first full day in the crucible of the Middle East was marked by two extremes — one loud and proud, the other deafeningly sil ...

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Target says security breach includes retailer's cross-border shoppers

By (CP) TORONTO - Target says cross-border shoppers may have been impacted by the massive credit and debit card security breach at the retailer over the holiday season.The Minneap ...

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Palestinian media cry foul over access to Harper visit to Bethlehem

By (CP) BETHLEHEM, Palestinian Territories - At the site of a what many believe is the birthplace of Christ, it was a decidedly unholy episode — Palestinian news crews, ince ...

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Parties drop hints on fundraising numbers in pleas to supporters

By Kady O'Malley Kady O'Malley breaks down the spin emanating from the post-2013 donation battle emails to supporters. ...Read the news Source: CBC - Politics    ...

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Rob Ford Staff Emails Sent In Wake Of Crack Scandal Released

By jennifer.macmillan@huffingtonpost.com (Jennifer MacMillan) What were Mayor Rob Ford's staffers saying to each other when news of his crack cocaine video first broke? The City o ...

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B.C. First Nations warns Premier Clark to consult aboriginals on LNG development

By (CP) VICTORIA - A British Columbia First Nation says the provincial government is taking the rights of aboriginal peoples for granted when it comes to consulting on proposed li ...

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Host Saskatchewan pays Canadian Hockey League for Memorial Cup loss

By (CP) REGINA - The Saskatchewan government is taking a hit of about $668,000 on the Memorial Cup junior hockey championship held in Saskatoon last May.The province has just appr ...

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B.C. Campaign Spending Limits Should Be Like Comparing Grocery Prices

By piracomm@gmail.com (Dermod_Travis) When you compare prices at the supermarket you usually look at comparable products, for instance you don't compare the price of a head of let ...

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