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Quebec to go to court to challenge national securities regulator

QUEBEC – The Quebec government says it will ask the province’s top court to rule on the constitutionality of Ottawa’s plan to create a national securities regulator. 338 more words

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As the Tories lag out of the lead, will they reconsider their heavy handed media management strategy?

OTTAWA — The image of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton’s underlings extending a long rope through a 4th of July parade to keep reporters away had the U.S. 725 more words

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How do you say "white elephant" in communist?

Future tourist to Ottawa:

Pardon me but I seem to have taken a wrong turn and stumbled into the wrong country. I was on Wellington Street in Ottawa, Canada and now seem to have ended up in Warsaw or maybe Budapest. 347 more words

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Curse You, Panamania!

So I was unable to score any ganja last weekend. There were various factors frustrating my ability to score bud, mostly in relation to the Pan-Am Games. 211 more words

Conservative government made more than 70 patronage appointments over two days in June

The Conservative government made more than 70 patronage appointments over two days last month, filling up federal boards, tribunals and panels in advance of the October election. 3,264 more words

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Trudeau to roll out plan to bolster funding for aboriginal education

WATCH: Liberal leader Justin Trudeau unveiled the party’s First Nations platform Tuesday at the annual AFN general assembly.

OTTAWA – Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau is set to deliver a series of campaign-style commitments in Montreal on Tuesday as indigenous leaders meet for an annual gathering of the Assembly of First Nations. 545 more words

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Journalists Are Banned from Stephen Harper's Events and It’s Stupid Nonsense | VICE | Canada

“I get by with a little help from my friends (oil buddies), a little help from my frieeeeeeends” This is what we get instead of scrums.

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