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Crowded Field

The current Conservative Party of Canada’s (CPC) leadership race is quickly becoming a crowded field. For starters, at 13, there are too many candidates, many of whom have no chance of winning.   229 more words

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Oregon Medical Practices Join Fledgling ACA-backed Medicare Effort

As US Congress debates dismantling the Affordable Care Act, an program that seeks to strengthen primary care and lower healthcare costs gets under way

A nationwide effort to strengthen primary care, lower healthcare spending and improve the lives of Medicare patients launched in Oregon this month — just as Republicans in the U.S. 25 more words

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Trudeau invited to Alberta town facing 'devastating' processing centre closure

Editor’s Note: This story originally said the centre employed 280 people, according to local MP Shannon Stubbs. However according to a Spokesperson for Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada department, 220 people work at the Vegreville office.  491 more words

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It's time to have a local partner for SEM

A local partner will help you to manage the entire SEM process, it will lower your average cost per click and you will earn better results. 461 more words

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Trudeaupia

When Canadians elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, it was a $2 trillion mistake.

And, no, that’s not just an opinion.

The $2 trillion figure comes from the Government of Canada’s Department of Finance, in its annual update on long-term fiscal projections. 309 more words

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Injunction against unknown defendants : "John Doe" demystified.

Can an injunction be passed against unknown defendants ?  is the short question that this post seeks to answer.

The answer is yes. Such orders are known as “John Doe” orders. 714 more words

Stop Fretting

An instant industry has developed in Canada about how to adjust to a Trump presidency, as if the nature of the United States has metamorphosed instantly and unrecognizably. 374 more words

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