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Prime Minister Trudeau touts Canadian diversity, acceptance in speech.
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Bad weather could dampen fireworks, events on Parliament Hill
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The 10 people arrested were ordered to stay away from Parliament Hill for six months.
In a country that prides itself in its gender-equal cabinet, the question of whether or not Parliament Hill is a safe space for women is rarely discussed. From hateful and misogynistic comments to sexual assault, women in Canadian politics continue to be targets of violence at various stages of their careers.
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"This is my Canada and there’s no seat for hate here."
And much of downtown Ottawa.
A water main break caused the giant chasm to open up on Rideau Street, steps away from Parliament Hill.
Public Works spokesman Nicholas Boucher said the government has spent about $2.2 billion in the past 15 years, which includes 21 different projects.
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Mike Duffy, Justin Trudeau, and stoners.
This weekend, the NDP is meeting in Edmonton to decide their direction moving forward. Eugene Levy once complained about filming a season of SCTV in Edmonton because "It's Edmonton." While I'm sure it's a great city, this is a party who is dreading at the Big E. The election of the past year saw an early lead blown, notable key members of the party lose their seats in the House of Commons, and a third place finish for Tom Mulcair's rookie federal election run. As the NDP head to the Gateway to the North, it's time to begin paving the highway towards the future.
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With Easter weekend behind us, I wanted to wish everyone a Happy Easter especially all of those hard-working back-bench Members of Parliament and ministers and of course the prime minister too. Then again "hard-working" might not be an accurate description of our elected representatives.
MP Christine Moore's baby is on Parliament Hill... and taking questions.
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It's difficult to imagine the scale of the trauma and wartime anxiety that engulfed the nation 100 years ago.
Several major projects are expected to change the look of Ottawa over the next 10 to 15 years.