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In 2014, ISIS began forcing thousands of Yazidi women into sex slavery.
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The sexist insult is often used by The Rebel.
PM asked if he bears any responsibility for escalating situation.
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PMO spokesperson calls Tory criticisms "absurd."
She then plugged a fundraising campaign by The Rebel.
"All we're asking today is that people come to Canada legally."
Leadership hopefuls weigh in on vote.
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It was a wild, wild day in the House.
"The support and communication has been almost overwhelming in a way.''
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Michelle Rempel is pushing Liberals to speak up.
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The UN says Yazidi people are facing genocide.
"It is incumbent upon all of us to emphasize that this is an illegal activity."
“To say we are open, we are an inclusive society, we welcome Muslims and refugees here, you have a home here, that needs to be backed up."
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Some even inspired us with their words and their example.
In politics, opportunity arises from some strange circumstances. Elizabeth May has put herself in the Hall of Fame of quotable quotes from inside the Houses of Parliament. And now, MP Rempel might just make some money on it.
"Alberta's tired of turning the other cheek and I'm just going to say that."
"Our rights are so precious and so fragile."
She said the word was "distinctly unparliamentary."
"It is you that brought light to darkness."
Rona Ambrose has said a minimum of 1,000 Yazidi women and girls should be brought in.
Mark Critch's caption is an apparent reference to what unfolded during the Parliament Hill shooting.
It will take time to come up with solutions, said one Liberal MP.
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The House of Commons immigration committee is holding an unprecedented series of summer meetings examining how to use immigration policy to help anyone, not just refugees, displaced by conflict come to Canada.
They're not sure whether Hillary Clinton becoming the U.S. Democratic party nominee should be considered a big deal.
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The push to change the rules to allow Ambrose to run was solidly defeated.
The Tory MP took to Twitter with some unique commentary.
The PM expelled two MPs from his caucus last year of allegations of misconduct.
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Patrick Brown says his caucus member has apologized.
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They say they absolutely believe Canadian men and women should receive equal pay for equal work.
The move gives more weight to efforts by grassroots LGBT Tories.