Canada's Anti-Terrorism Act didn't come into existence until 2001.
The prime minister says he's balancing a "double-role."
Joh McCallum has also said goodbye to MPs.
The parliamentary secretary also suggested Canada needs to look after its own interests.
"We need to build community at this time."
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Ambrose, Mulcair also address Quebec mosque shooting.
"Canadians across the country are deeply concerned."
They know a thing or two about breaking loose on the dance floor.
It became known as the "Salmon Arm Salute."
The way Canadians cast their ballots in the next federal election is still up in the air.
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"Here's the blaring alert for Conservatives across the country."
Donald Trump signed executive actions to jumpstart construction of his promised U.S.-Mexico border wall and cut federal grants for immigrant-protecting "sanctuary cities.''
The library says the event's "controversial nature" will lead to protests they can't manage.
"Stronger resource development means a stronger economy."
The man was wearing a 'Make American Great Again' hat.
PM says Canada must eventually get off fossil fuels.
Ex-Bloc MP challenged export permits.
The NDP leader asked Trudeau how the project aligns with Liberal climate change goals.
He added that critics tried to make political hay.
It would signal a sharp turn in Israel-Palestine policy.
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Canada, U.S. governments both on board.
Canada is the largest trading partner for 35 states.
He's in the "second phase."
"They advocate policies that amount to protectionism and isolationism."
10 contenders hash things out in Winnipeg.
About 200 people shouted anti-Trump slogans as they marched downtown.
NDP MLA wants an apology.
PM references "integrated economies."
PM in hot water for behaviour at Sherbrooke town hall.
The community of Wapekeka First Nation detailed challenges with mental health in July 2016.
Prominent Canadians call for electoral reform.
Incoming U.S. president accused of sexual misconduct.