Harjit Sajjan and other ministers were invited to stay for a drink.
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He was attending a cast party.
Winter is coming. Oh wait, it's here.
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The girl was assaulted for over two years.
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He pretty much went full Canadian with the 'I'm sorry's.
An exact date has not been confirmed.
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Bell was one of the companies affected.
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One nature tour took quite a turn.
The singer cancelled her last few tour dates because of vocal cord injuries.
"It's on every street in Corner Brook."
This video is mind-blowing.
Ocean currents are sweeping the colossal 'berg south.
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The company managing the unit says it was aware of the system.
That is all the time the Canadian government afforded seals to give birth to and nurse their pups. The sealers claim they will target adult seals in this section of the hunt. But for mother seals and their very young pups, it spells disaster. Sealing boats crashing through the ice, gunfire and the cries of dying seals will shatter the peace of the nursery.
The canoe crashed right through the siding, Gyprock and insulation, she said.
"The wind was so strong last night that it blew the time ahead!"
The winds could knock over trees and cars.
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"It was a pretty dangerous situation."
If ever there was a time to take a Canadian stay-cation and explore the Great White North, 2017 is it. From coast-to-coast Canadians will be celebrating Canada's sesquicentennial -- a grand party for our nation's 150th. And what better place to mark the celebration than in the great outdoors?
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"I got up and looked out and everything was all ablaze."
And you thought Alberta had problems.
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The storm left a mess in parts of Atlantic Canada.
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Newfoundland is unlike any other province in Canada. With 29,000 kilometers of coastline (including Labrador), boasting the most eastern part of North America at Cape Spear, the topography is constantly changing, and with it the adventures and activities you can do.
"There are many people that feel a pride in their communities, a closeness and understanding of each other."
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Community faces a whole new league of isolation.
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Schools, stores and even the house of assembly in Newfoundland and Labrador were awash in purple and pink.
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Canadians are no strangers to adventure. Whether it's backpacking in some of the world's most photogenic national parks, surfing double overhead waves in Tofino or ziplining through the rainforest, there's no doubt that Canadians know how to have a good time (and get the adrenaline pumping).
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It means only 41 branches would remain after two years.
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The NDP government of Rachel Notley is showing the rest of Canada, and Newfoundland and Labrador in particular, that when tough times hit, we look after each other. Across the country, the Liberal government of Dwight Ball is showing no such compassion, bringing in tax hikes and service cuts that hurt those with the lowest incomes most.
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While New Brunswick offers more post-secondary tuition grants, Newfoundland takes them away.
No government should ever be allowed to take money out of the EI fund, and it may be time to consider entrenching that principle in law. Legislation that guarantees that the money workers pay into EI will be there for them when they need it would give those workers and their communities a great deal of comfort. Our new government has made significant steps in ensuring that EI meets the needs of workers and their communities. Guaranteeing the money will be there for them when they need it would be the next logical step.