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If this government is truly committed to justice, then it must take swift action. At a minimum, the Liberals must demand that Diab be released on bail, particularly given the French judge's finding that Diab was in Lebanon during the bombing.
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As China flexes its muscles and embarks on its territorial ambitions, it has quietly tried its hand at influencing the Chinese diaspora abroad. From the much disgraced Confucius Institute to pressuring a Vancouver based Chinese newspaper to dismiss their writer because he consistently produces what the Chinese government considers "Anti-China" content, I am starting to feel the anxiety of Beijing looming over my shoulder. And I don't like it.
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Jody Wilson-Raybould says she decided to reconsider the case due to the considerable passage of time and the possibility of new facts that were not put forward.
Joanna Paluski argued the minister had not taken into account the best interests of her toddler given that she is the sole caregiver.
A "frustrated" Omar Khadr could be back in Canada by the end of May, with both Ottawa and Washington poised to approve his transfer from Guantanamo Bay, where the convicted war criminal has been held...
THE CANADIAN PRESS -- VANCOUVER -- The lawyer for a Chinese fugitive trying to remain in Canada will challenge a police officer's testimony during an immigration hearing on Tuesday. Vancouver Police D...