Canada celebrates its 150th birthday.
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The prime minister urged Canadians to give back during the holidays.
"Israel rejects this shameful anti-Israel resolution at the U.N. and will not abide by its terms."
The Parti Quebecois is offering an alternate point of view of the past 150 years to Quebecers and anyone else who wants to listen.
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Pipelines and assisted dying legislation among toughest calls.
"This is something that will serve the country in the future."
Ontario plans to increase its charge for water-taking permits for bottled water companies in the new year.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reimbursed taxpayers at least $38,000 for personal and family expenses during his first year in office, with extra childcare for his three kids topping the list. CBC News...
Canadians are worried about job security, retirement security, and their children's economic prospects, Trudeau said.
Trudeau was speaking to business leaders in Calgary.
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Liberals approved Trans Mountain oil pipeline last month.
Canada will need to amend its involvement in 3 international conventions.
Tory rival says she's being used.
OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion links this week's series of terror-related violence to the "extremely bloody" ideology of Islamic militants. And he says it is about time Russia starts...
"The weight of responsibility I feel on my shoulders is very much related to Canadians."
MPs will get a chance to debate plan.
"Quebec has to be French in order for Canada to be bilingual."
Feds sweetened their offer Monday.
Manitoba's Brian Pallister says he works 60 hours a week.
Even one of Trump's fiercest Republican rivals, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, said it was time to get behind the president-elect.
PM says climate change debate is over.
The new year will bring a clearer sense of direction in both substance and style as preparations begin in earnest for the next election cycle.
Met on anniversary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's final report.
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Some even inspired us with their words and their example.
He said part of his government's commitment is to respect rules.
Old first-come, first-serve system sparked controversy.
Tory backbencher's remarks to Christian group released.
Trudeau government bracing for fight with premiers.
NDP leader opens door to stepping down in October.
He's already given the government tips on how to better protect privacy on MyDemocracy.ca.