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"Does he call you at two in the morning?"
“Some would call this the ‘glass cliff.’”
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NDP leader hammers Liberals for backing away from a pledge on access to information.
Alas, we need them more than they need us. But Canadians need not despair. Our negotiators will have a few cards up their sleeves.
A campaign is underway to make it a stat holiday.
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Candice Bergen presses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on when Canadians can expect the books to be balanced.
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The bills will – at the very least – signal the government's intention to fulfil key promises.
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Or... when hell freezes over.
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"We have tremendous respect and a constructive relationship with the United States, but in the matter of Cuba there's always been a certain amount of disagreement."
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We know that healthy labour relations directly contribute to economic growth. Independent institutions like the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development have concluded that lower rates of unionization result in stagnating incomes, particularly in the middle class, leading to direct impacts on the growth of our economy and on inequality.
Their gratitude springs from the fact that they live in arguably the world's best country. They enjoy freedoms of religion and expression, democratic rights, the rule of law, the support of fellow Canadians and all levels of government, security and opportunities.
Legislation expected later this year.
For those with the most serious pain, the opioids usually help to varying degrees and allow these patients to enjoy a better quality of life. They are seen regularly by their doctors and are monitored. They are not abusing the medication.