17 Canadians Still Missing

17 Canadians Still Missing

The Canadian Press  11.19.2013
OTTAWA - Foreign Affairs officials are still trying to track down 17 Canadians who remain unaccounted for in the typhoon-ravaged Philippines.But...
It's Duffy Day (Every Day)

It's Duffy Day (Every Day)

The Canadian Press  10.30.2013
OTTAWA - Senators are to continue looking at a motion today that would see Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau suspended from...

International Development Should Not Happen Behind Closed Doors

10. 8.2013
When Parliament reconvenes on October 16, all eyes will be on Stephen Harper's "new" agenda as articulated in the Speech from the Throne....
Tories Won't Fund Programs Allowing Abortions After War Rape

Tories Won't Fund Programs Allowing Abortions After War Rape

Lina Dib and Jennifer Ditchburn, The Canadian Press  10. 4.2013
OTTAWA - The Harper government will not fund overseas projects that enable war rape victims and child brides to obtain abortions, International...

Cleared Of Wrongdoing

The Canadian Press  08. 7.2013
OTTAWA - The federal ethics watchdog has cleared cabinet minister Christian Paradis for spending two nights at the hunting lodge of a Quebec...
New Industry Minister: High Expectations to Lower Wireless Prices

New Industry Minister: High Expectations to Lower Wireless Prices

07.16.2013
James Moore is widely seen as a heavyweight within Cabinet and the Conservative Party, and I believe it's a positive sign for Canada's...
Event That Snubbed Garneau Planned In Part By Ministers' Offices

Event That Snubbed Garneau Planned In Part By Ministers' Offices

Dean Beeby, The Canadian Press  07.13.2013
OTTAWA - This is Ground Control to Major Marc: you didn't make the grade.Documents show at least two ministers' offices helped plan a Canadarm...
Feds Reject Mobilicity Takeover

Feds Reject Mobilicity Takeover

06. 4.2013
The federal government staved off attempts from Canada's big three wireless players to purchase financially-strapped Mobilicity for its...

Ten Reasons Canada's Wireless Market Is Woefully Uncompetitive

03.11.2013
Here are ten reasons why there is ample evidence that the Canadian wireless market remains woefully uncompetitive when compared with peer...
Wireless Spectrum Auction Set

Wireless Spectrum Auction Set

Steve Rennie, The Canadian Press  03. 7.2013
OTTAWA - Ottawa is putting highly sought-after spectrum for wireless devices on the auction block later this year in the hopes of fetching...
U.S., Canada Rebel Against UN Control Of Internet

U.S., Canada Rebel Against UN Control Of Internet

Brian Murphy, The Associated Press  12.13.2012
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates - A number of western countries including Canada snubbed a U.N. telecommunications treaty Thursday after rivals,...
'Growing Trend' For Canada's Oil Sands

'Growing Trend' For Canada's Oil Sands

12. 8.2012
The federal government has reached "a level of discomfort" with foreign investment by state-owned enterprises in Canada's energy sector....
Not Buying Harper Government's Tactics On Nexen Deal

Not Buying Harper Government's Tactics On Nexen Deal

11. 3.2012
OTTAWA - The New Democrats are criticizing the Harper government for extending a review of the controversial takeover bid of oil producer...
Government's Review of CNOOC's $1.5B Nexen Bid Has Begun

Government's Review of CNOOC's $1.5B Nexen Bid Has Begun

The Canadian Press  08.29.2012
CALGARY - Ottawa has kicked off its review of China National Offshore Oil Co.'s $15.1-billion deal to buy Calgary-based Nexen Inc.Industry...
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