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The Calgary MP is facing sexual harassment allegations.
Candice Bergen says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is sabotaging the careers of rookie female ministers “for the sake of some re-tweets and trending hashtags.”
NDP leader hammers Liberals for backing away from a pledge on access to information.
Candice Bergen presses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on when Canadians can expect the books to be balanced.
I ask a simple question: should a party with less than 40 per cent of the popular vote control 100 per cent of the power in our democracy? There is an overwhelming consensus that the answer is "no." Democracy's legitimacy lies in its authority from the people.
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Will this deja vu never end?
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Climate change is "Made in China," but they get off scot-free. We need to admit one simple truth: handicapping Canadians with a tax will have zero effect on global climate change. However, that doesn't mean we can't exert influence and pursue real solutions.
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"It's going to happen. We have to accept that.''
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It seemed like everyone in Ottawa knew Mike Robinson far better than I did. And yet, like everyone else, I had been touched by his healthy and warm personality in ways that were unusual in that city. His greatest gift to us all, important or, like me, less so, is the sense of goodness and fairness he left us in a world where cut and thrust are essential tools of the trade. He was good in every way that we could possibly imagine that word.
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There's also no shortage of lofty proposals.
Trudeau merch-mania is just getting started.
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"Canadians are counting on us to keep building, modernizing and opening up our movement."
The winds of change are sweeping through Canada, giving us a renewed sense of possibility and hope about what we can accomplish together. As so many have said since the federal election in October, "Canada is back!" And Canada wants change for animals.
Food Banks Canada report this year found that almost 36 per cent of users, or about 305,000, were children.