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Canada earmarks $11M to send 500 election observers to Ukraine amid rising separatist tensions

Canada will send up to 500 people to monitor Ukraine’s presidential election next month, Prime Minister Stephen Harper said Wednesday.

The Canadian delegation is to include up to 338 people in an election observation mission. 824 more words


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Sorry for the delay – I spent all morning in the dentist’s chair. While cleaning my teeth, my dentist was discussing his favorite new TV show, “Vikings,” with his dental assistant. 452 more words


10 shocking facts about Just for Laughs Gags

Though it is common tradition to gather around the water cooler, Tim Horton’s  doughnuts in hand, to discuss our favourite pranks on last night’s episode, I bet there’s still some things about the show that would surprise you. 378 more words


Paramedics called to 24 Sussex, reportedly after Harper son's 18th bday

Video: An ambulance was called to the Prime Minister’s residence on Saturday night to treat an 18-year-old for alcohol poisoning. Vassy Kapelos has the details. 254 more words


'Intoxicated' 18-year-old girl reportedly rushed to hospital from Prime Minister Harper's residence

The RCMP have confirmed that Ottawa EMS was called to the Prime Minister’s residence at 24 Sussex Drive last Saturday night as media reports said an 18-year-old girl needed to be taken to hospital for severe intoxication. 186 more words


Kelly McParland: Russia's ambassador to Canada reflects the fantasy world of Czar Putin

In the early days of the Ukraine crisis, Germany’s chancellor, Angela Merkel, famously observed that Russian President Vladimir Putin had “lost contact with reality” and was “living in another world.” As a faithful reflection of that other world it would seem hard to do better than Georgiy Mamedov, Moscow’s ambassador to Canada. 882 more words

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Emails from key player in Mike Duffy scandal apparently deleted — despite order to save all digital files

Information technology workers in the Privy Council Office appear to have deleted an email account from a key player in the Mike Duffy Senate affair days after being ordered to save every email and file from the prime minister’s departing staff. 779 more words