"It's not such a simple comparison.''
The new year will bring a clearer sense of direction in both substance and style as preparations begin in earnest for the next election cycle.
Met on anniversary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's final report.
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The number of Americans seeking refuge in Canada has increased more than five times in November 2016 from the same period a year earlier.
MONTREAL — Eight pot dispensaries aimed at recreational users opened as planned in Montreal today and are set to begin selling their products later this week. Two well-known pot activists from Vancouv...
Old first-come, first-serve system sparked controversy.
Canada 2020 styles itself as independent.
Trudeau government bracing for fight with premiers.
Erin O'Toole says Canada needs this new generation of workers to succeed so that the economy can grow and fund social programs.
Ken and Arlene Boon must be out of their home by May 31.
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The Tory leadership hopeful was embroiled in controversy over a "lock her up'' chant that began while he was addressing a similar event a week earlier.
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"Have a disagreement with me ... Don't vote for me ... But don't abuse me online."
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"His mental health was impacted by unescapable images and memories from the files he had worked on."
The preclearance change will feel familiar to many Canadians.
B.C. signed on to the plan after some resistance.
Upper chamber won't sue ex-senators to recoup money.
Nicola Peffers said in a statement of claim that female and LGBTQ members of the Canadian Forces are routinely subjected to sexual harassment and abuse.
Grits vowed to repeal 'problematic elements' of C-51.
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"Other first ministers have these concerns as well."
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Part-time work is on the rise.
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Justin Trudeau will mark the launch of Computer Science Education Week at an event called Hour of Code.
The survey comes after Democratic Institutions Minister Maryam Monsef criticized opposition MPs on the electoral reform committee for not doing their jobs.
"Our office does not condone actions that are contrary to the RCMP core values."
"We have not seen prices come down."
He was arrested in a coffee shop.
200 pages of messages to Trudeau.
TORONTO — Former Toronto city councillor Doug Ford, brother of the controversial late mayor Rob Ford, says he will not be running for a vacant seat in Toronto's city council. Ford hinted that he might...
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The wildfire ravaged the Smoky Mountains resort city of Gatlinburg, Tenn.
She admitted time constraints caused mistakes and for less engagement with First Nations than she would have liked.
Campaign has been trawling party's right wing.
But experts say it's not surprising the government is shifting its position.
Lawsuit seeks $1.3B on behalf of 16,000 indigenous children in Ontario.