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The U.S. administration is scrapping a temporary residency permit program.
His novel was praised for its "complex literary wonders."
The company blames declines in advertising revenue.
Six Nations Polytechnic
More than 1,100 videos were shot for the project.
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Mohawk is only spoken by about 2,350 people in Ontario and Quebec.
This isn't exactly a flattering portrait.
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It's the 30th anniversary of the agreement.
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Research tells us that when we change the world around our children, resilience follows, regardless of their individual capacity to cope with adversity.
Winter will also linger, meaning snowstorms could be happening as late as March.
Protests against the project continued up to the last minute.
Both companies have asked for an extension to a Dec. 1 deadline set by the CRTC.
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"We know trans people are one of the most targeted groups."
Thousands of Canadians were purged from the military and public service.
Fox was speaking to CTV News about the trilateral trade agreement.
Husband, father, police officer.
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It's important for the force to have officers that can speak Inuktitut.
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He has been given 24 hours to quit.
Students will back in classes on Tuesday.
Threats exist both at home and abroad.
Loblaw Co. says it wants to have an all-electric fleet by 2030.
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The label highlights some of Trudeau's greatest hits.
THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick
Allan Schoenborn killed his three children during a psychotic break.
Mohamed Harkat is asking for authorities to loosen his restrictions.
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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is painting an ugly picture of what could happen if the trade deal ends.
He suffered compound fractures in his left arm, along with numerous cuts and bruises.
Concerns about housing, rising interest rates, and income inequality may to blame.
Canadians lose more than $1 billion a year to overage fees, data suggests.
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There's no foreign buyer's tax on condos that are flipped before they're finished.
"When anybody walks by these monuments they can see themselves and that's really glorious."