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Justin Trudeau apologizes for answering English question in French at Sherbrooke town hall

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has apologized to English language minority communities for answering an English question in French during a town hall session in Sherbrooke, Que. 373 more words


He's 'moving on,' but campaign to keep Mulcair as leader picks up steam as NDP grassroots call ousting unfair

OTTAWA — Amid a leadership race with few candidates, there is a growing grassroots movement in the federal New Democratic Party to try convince leader Tom Mulcair to again run for the job he has resigned. 1,114 more words


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In the first nine months of 2016, Canada issued only one visitor visa for a Somalian, only five in 2015.

In comparison, 295 visitor visas for Yemen citizens were granted in the first nine months of 2016. 287 more words


Kelly McParland: Who will save the Conservative Party from self-destruction?

At some point pretty soon, some high-ranking, thoughtful Tory – if such a thing is out there – has to step back, survey the Conservative landscape and call a halt to the party’s self-destruction. 934 more words

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In The News This Week - February 19, 2017

This was a busy week for Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and a big week for Canadian politics. Catch up on all the latest stories: 396 more words



Canada’s indifference to the ever-present push for more NATO spending was laid bare Friday in Germany as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau all but shrugged off Donald Trump’s push to squeeze alliance members for more money. 149 more words