Thursday , 2 November 2017

Category: POLITIC

Poll: Third of Canadians say PM's trip to Israel a success; most have no opinion

By CP OTTAWA - Almost half of Canadians followed Prime Minister Stephen Harper's recent trip to the Middle East, and a third said they had positive views of his inaugural visit to ...

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Romanow disagrees with NDP, says 50-plus-one not sufficient to break up country

By CP OTTAWA - The NDP's proposed "unity bill" has sparked some disunity in the party's own ranks.One of the most prominent NDP stalwarts, former Saskatchewan premier Roy Romanow, ...

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Roy Romanow On 'Unity Bill': 50-Plus-One Not Sufficient To Break Up Country

By Jacqueline Delange OTTAWA - The NDP's proposed "unity bill" has sparked some disunity in the party's own ranks.One of the most prominent NDP stalwarts, former Saskatchewan prem ...

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Stephen Harper's Middle East Trip Considered A Success By Third Of Canadians: Poll

By Jacqueline Delange OTTAWA - Almost half of Canadians followed Prime Minister Stephen Harper's recent trip to the Middle East, and a third said they had positive views of his in ...

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Exhibit exploring violence against women has resonance in Winnipeg

By CP WINNIPEG - An anonymous woman stands, topless, with most of her breasts, nose and mouth covered by a large frying pan.Her eyes are dark saucers that peek out over the shallo ...

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Hopeful Canadians look to Groundhog Day for predictions of an early spring

By CP WIARTON, Ont. - Groundhog Day is upon us, but there could be a let down for Canadians eagerly hoping the furry forecasters will give a sign that this especially cruel winter ...

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Wiarton Willie sees shadow, forecasts six more weeks of winter

By CP WIARTON, - It's Groundhog Day, and the long range forecast is in from Canada's woodchuck weathermen.Ontario's Wiarton Willie emerged from his cozy den this morning and immed ...

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The Week In Review: Keystone's Safe, But It'll Still Have to Wait

By Marni Soupcoff This week, the U.S. State Department gave the Keystone XL pipeline an environmental thumbs up. In its latest report on the project, issued Friday, the department ...

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Deadly shooting underscores need for more armoured guards: union leader says

By CP MONTREAL - An attempted robbery in Quebec is prompting a union leader to ask for a meeting with the federal public safety minister to talk about staffing levels for armoured ...

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Prostitution Bill To Be Introduced Before December Deadline: Peter MacKay

By Emma Prestwich HALIFAX - Justice Minister Peter MacKay says the government will introduce its new prostitution legislation well ahead of the December deadline.Speaking in Halif ...

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