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Liberal government continued selling off diplomatic buildings amid 'Canada is back' rhetoric

OTTAWA — The government has sold off 29 diplomatic properties for more than $176 million since the election of the Liberal government, despite its rhetoric that Canada is “back” on the world stage. 730 more words


Opposition argues Canada should withdraw from UN drug treaties due to pot plans

OTTAWA – Opposition parties and international legal experts are calling on Ottawa to explain what it plans to do about three UN drug treaties that pose a conundrum for the Liberal government and its plans to legalize the recreational use of cannabis. 166 more words


The Paris Climate Agreement's Failure Was Structurally Inevitable

President Trump has pulled the United States out of the Paris Climate Agreement:

Unfortunately, the Paris Agreement was poorly designed from the start and never really had a chance of meaningfully addressing climate change. 996 more words


James Cameron wasn't completely forthcoming about altering the digital effects in "TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY 3D"?

Back in February, during a live Question & Answer session with James Cameron at the Berlin Film Festival after the world premiere of “Terminator 2: Judgment Day 3D”, James Cameron revealed that the only scene that would be digitally altered was a fixing of a falling windshield from the T-1000’s truck (as it crashed into the drainage canal). 493 more words

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The navy asks that you get your sailor-kissing facts straight: Highlights from government Wikipedia edits

Every time someone makes an anonymous edit to Wikipedia from a Government of Canada office, it shows up on @gcaedits, au automated Twitter account programmed with the IP addresses of 29 federal departments and agencies. 1,460 more words


Lack of diplomacy no barrier for Chrystia Freeland, Canada's new top diplomat,

OTTAWA — At a glance, Chrystia Freeland’s background in deconstructing the world’s super-wealthy and pugnaciously critiquing Russia’s president wouldn’t appear to be an ideal resume for the job as Canada’s top diplomat dealing with Donald Trump’s White House. 1,003 more words


Tomorrow is (probably) the last opposition day of the year! How should the Tories spend it?

It’s a red-circled date on the parliamentary calendar that is, in its own way, as comfortingly familiar as the annual decking of the halls outside the Commons Chamber: Dec. 1,057 more words