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Scotland's foreign minister says independence will happen

WATCH: Former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown promised in a speech on Saturday morning that British leaders would not break their pledge to deliver more powers to Scotland after a referendum on Thursday. 1,251 more words

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Parti Québécois disappointed with Scottish referendum results

QUEBEC CITY — The ‘No’ victory in Scotland reverberated all the way to Quebec, where Parti Québécois troops were down and out.

PQ interim leader Stéphane Bédard was expected to address the media Friday morning. 311 more words

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Witnesses try to save man from car submerged in water

EDMONTON – Witnesses tried to save the driver of a vehicle that plunged into Abraham Lake Wednesday afternoon, but were unable to do so.

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Parti Québécois hopes Scotland will vote 'yes'

QUEBEC CITY — All eyes are on Scotland. The country of 4 million is deciding whether it wants to separate from the United Kingdom.

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The Moderate Sort of Racist Misogyny.

Q: How many Liberals does it take to change a light bulb?

A: Look guys, I know we promised change during the election, but the situation on the ground is such that…

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The Story So Far: Quebec to fight Champlain toll/Civil servant fined for privacy breach

Hello and welcome to The Story So Far for Thursday, Sept. 18.  Click on the audio player below to hear the rundown on some of the stories we’re following for you today. 30 more words

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Battle lines drawn for Canada's 2015 election - Policy Network

The Liberal Party looks poised to do well in next year’s Canadian elections. However, the Conservatives have changed the rules of the game to their advantage with the controversial ‘Fair Elections Act’ – a bill that suppresses voter turnout, increases money’s influence on results, and eliminates the independent elections monitor… 1,219 more words

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