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"Can the prime minister give us one reason, just one reason?"
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"Those aren't his stories to tell."
The actress says Weinstein sexually assaulted her almost 20 years ago.
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Pyongyang has some nerve calling UN sanctions a "genocide" when it prioritizes developing nuclear weapons over its own population's welfare.
The event on Nov. 28 will be hosted by the Economic Club of Canada and Plan International Canada.
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The ex-PM is firing back.
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He was previously charged with kidnapping his son.
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After condemning Harvey Weinstein's actions last month, Ben Affleck was forced to defend his own conduct.
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Many of the 17 living animals were "emaciated'' and lacked food and water.
Three past prime ministers and prominent Liberal fundraisers were named.
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Kyler Zeleny collected 6,000 Polaroids but had trouble tracking down their subjects.
"I couldn't find a job because of the Guantanamo stigma," the 50-year-old said.
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His link to Putin appears in the Paradise Papers.
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The S.S. Titanic's crew enforcing the custom wasn't actually the norm.
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Twenty others are injured.
In August, Liberal MP Judy Foote stepped down to be with her daughters who are at risk of cancer.
70 per cent of health-care workers surveyed were assaulted in the past year.
"There’s so many ‘Me Toos’ out there."
"The abilities they have that no one else could imagine having are just incredible."
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The humanitarian organization said it was "outraged."
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The N.B. company is pulling its Topped Smoked Salmon flakes off the shelves.
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"It is completely unacceptable that you do this."
A Supreme Court of Canada ruling "threatens free speech on the global internet," a U.S. judge has ruled.
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"This is why it is important to have some savings to fall back on in the event of a job loss."
The province plans to set up 150 cannabis stores by 2020.
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Saskatchewan has already rejected the idea for over 50 years.
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Corporations can't vote, but by putting enormous amounts of money into campaigns and lobbying, they can hijack the political agenda.
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The governor general's comments on creationism drew sharp backlash.
The shelter was my support system that allowed me to grow and be independent again.
Last month, he was charged with one count of sexual assault.