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The New York Times’ track record on Canada is … not great.
Please never imply Canada lacks "razzle dazzle."
"That’s not how our democracy’s supposed to work," said the former president.
Paltrow has faced wide-spread criticism for health claims made via her lifestyle brand, Goop.
John Baird's name also appears in the New York Times ad.
He's second-guessing Jeff Sessions.
All the news that's fit to print.
"Does he call you at two in the morning?"
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The stipend affair has not been one of Clark's shining moments. It was sad that a premier who once boasted she was going to put families first didn't appreciate the optics of accepting a semi-secret, five-figure top-up that was more than most British Columbians make in a year.