The Canadian Press
Another year, another funny Parliamentary Press Gallery Dinner.
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Christine Archibald had moved to Europe to be with her fiance, said her family.
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"Canadians stand united in sending our love and support to our friends in London. We stand with you all"
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It is irresponsible and unacceptable when the so-called leader of the free world turns his back on climate change -- the biggest and most urgent crisis facing humanity. Trump's decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Agreement is a massive failure of leadership.
The Liberals hope to make marijuana legal by the summer of 2018.
Trudeau has returned from a week-long trip to Europe.
The opposition has stood united against Meilleur's appointment.
President has urged leaders of Canada, Mexico to reach out to him.
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Anti-pipeline B.C. NDP, Greens teaming up.
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Harper, in a very real sense, was very right and very wrong. Trudeau wasn't ready to govern as a progressive, transparent, truthful and thoughtful PM. But Trudeau certainly has demonstrated that he's a textbook example of political theatre, carefully managing public opinion not only in Canada, but around the world.
The economy. Justin Trudeau. Free speech. His deceased mother. ISIS. On every subject, no matter how sad or serious, Andrew Scheer would smirk. It was, well, weird. His rictus was so off-putting, we started to forget what he was actually saying. Which, for him, was pretty fortunate.
The PM was expected to ask the pontiff to issue a formal apology in Canada for the role of the Catholic Church in the residential school system.