"How did we get a pathological liar in the White House?"
Peter Julian says "regular folks'' need to be the government's priority, not the rich and well-connected.
“I create my own script, which is why I am here for 20 years and the others have gone."
New Democrats are so not over this electoral reform issue.
"Announcements do not create jobs."
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The defence minister is a veteran of three combat tours.
The Calgary-born Texas senator may need to brush up on Canadian politics.
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But when it comes to economic plans...
"In a democracy, you respect the result but you do not wave the white flag and give up."
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Liberals reminded the Opposition they had also given Bombardier money.
Leaders to discuss "key foreign policy and commercial priorities."
A lot can change in just seven months.
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"Extremism exists across a wide spectrum of society."
Did Kellyanne Conway just let it slip?
A report recommends a new 'Future of Journalism and Democracy Fund.'
Andrew Scheer's campaign sent the survey to supporters.
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PM suggested abandoning electoral reform wasn't how he was raised.
The White House has argued that the ban will make the country safer.
The decision to abandon their electoral reform pledge was reached after a two-hour discussion in January.
Surgeons had to cancel life-saving operations for some children.
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"It’s silly. And it’s wrong."
Trudeau said there is “no clear path forward” and “no consensus."
A Tory leadership rival wonders: "What is she talking about?"
The bill passed by a vote of 287-1.
It's no longer on the agenda.
Tory leadership contender says he can explain Canada-U.S. relationship in unique way.
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PM maintains it was the right thing to do.
Tory leadership rival facing scrutiny for immigration policy.
PM's decision to scrap electoral reform has outraged NDP.
“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."
He sidestepped the question. Twice.
The Prime Minister's Office sent a strongly worded letter to the media company.