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Canada moves to strip citizenship of man accused of Bosnian war crimes

OTTAWA — Canada’s immigration minister has started a court action to revoke citizenship from a man accused of Bosnian war crimes who was allowed into Canada in 1997 and granted citizenship in 2004. 959 more words

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John Ivison: Public deserves answers on Chinese takeover of Canadian construction giant

When Canada’s largest construction group signed a $1.5 billion deal to be acquired by state-owned CCC International of China in late October, the company’s chairman, Brian Tobin, called it “a very positive outcome”. 820 more words

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Reality Check: How much do byelections really tell us about Canadian politics?

Canadians from coast to coast are voting today in four byelections that seem set to paint a picture of just how well Prime Minister Justin Trudeau… 926 more words

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Kathleen Wynne sues Ontario PC leader for defamation over comments related to Sudbury byelection trial

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne sued the Opposition leader for defamation Monday, less than six months away from the June provincial election.

The legal action stems from comments Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown made in September, a day before Wynne testified as a witness at a trial in Sudbury, Ont., involving two provincial Liberals facing Election Act bribery charges. 566 more words

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Tonight's by-elections will be indicator of Trudeau government's resilience

There have been seven by-elections in Canada in 2017 so far, with four more to come today (December 11th), including a hotly contested race in South Surrey-White Rock. 771 more words

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Tillerson set to meet Trudeau for N. Korea crisis talks: source — The Crusader Journal

OTTAWA (Reuters) – U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson plans to meet Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau next week for talks on how to address the crisis over North Korea’s nuclear weapons, an Ottawa source said on Monday.

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Uber hack prompts formal federal privacy investigation

Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien has opened a formal investigation into the hack of Uber announced last month that compromised the personal information of roughly 57 million customers around the world. 354 more words

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