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She's called an emergency meeting with provinces.
In an ironic twist, the U.S. is making progress.
The former astronaut was speaking at a science conference.
It stops well short of setting a path towards 450,000 newcomers a year.
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An interim report points to key problems.
"Obviously, the Jewish community didn't shrink by more than half in the past five years."
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The NDP lags well behind.
He said the suspect used the program to emigrate from Uzbekistan, but officials haven't confirmed that.
Health minister says they want to teach youth about the hazards.
Question period turned into a numbers game.
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Bill 148 promises change, but loopholes could put part-time, contract and precarious workers' jobs and families at risk.
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The last thing we need now is advice from Stephen Harper, the guy who only made things worse.
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The obvious contradictions in the facts and intentions of Bill 62 expose Quebec, and Canada, to international criticism.
Connor and Noah Barthe died of asphyxiation, and were covered in puncture wounds from snake bites.
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He said he never meant to insult, hurt, demean or disparage anyone.
Canada has committed $25 million in assistance already.
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Erin O'Toole wants to work with the government on the file.
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And it threatens to divide them.
He represents what Calgary has become and what conservatives are trying to smother.
He would be better off donating the shares directly to charity.
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A feminist alliance has joined the awareness campaign.
Loretta Saunders was 26 when she was murdered.
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"I fear that the NAFTA re-negotiation is going very badly," Harper said.
He was first arrested on July 27. And he's been co-operating ever since.
The arrangement has meant all kinds of heat for the finance minister.
Is one a sign of greater emancipation and one a sign of greater oppression? Is it outrageous to ask the question?
Not only are the economics behind this reform sound, but it is a clear example of solving a public policy problem through more economic freedom.
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Canadians pay some of the world's highest prescription drug prices, said the U.S. senator.
He pleaded guilty on Oct. 5, but the case wasn’t unsealed until two other associates were indicted
Honolulu has banned people from texting while crossing roads.