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Politics and Government

The Manitoba premier recounted the story at a news conference about health care.
Earlier this month, the prime minister labelled the Bloc leader's innuendos about Alghabra as "ridiculous."
MP Ramesh Sangha has in the past accused his party of pandering to Sikh separatists.
The deputy prime minister says the federal government is "looking seriously" into stricter travel measures.
Restaurants and bars can only do takeout or delivery, and dozens of businesses like hair salons and libraries will be shut.
The government is looking for ways to finance $25 billion in new spending to support those hit hard by the pandemic.
It happened during a vote on tax measures to support Canadians.
The "principle of restraint" could help prevent the kind of situation the U.S. currently finds itself in with Donald Trump.
We sent each of the candidates this 23-question questionnaire.
Carla Qualtrough promises a fix is coming.