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    Fired Burnaby Conservative candidate’s votes will still be tallied for CPC: Elections Canada

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    18 hours ago

    ‘They don’t own your vote’: Singh pushes back on Liberal warnings about voting NDP

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    18 hours ago

    Singh suggests he could use Trans Mountain as bargaining chip if NDP plays minority kingmaker

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    Greens would revamp trade relations to address climate change if elected

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    Halifax police practice of street checks is illegal, independent legal opinion finds

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    COMMENTARY: How Justin Trudeau’s persona feeds the polarization he laments

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    Trudeau rejects ‘untrue’ claim by Tories that Liberals plan to hike GST

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    COMMENTARY: Jagmeet Singh’s surging popularity is a win for diverse communities

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    Catalonia paralyzed by strikes, marches as protesters move toward Barcelona

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    COMMENTARY: Canada spends $22B a year on defence, but leaders spend little time discussing it

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    Liberals vow to evaluate existing, future policies with disability lens if re-elected

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    Trump impeachment inquiry: Highlights of the testimony so far

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    Canada’s border agency ‘cancels’ arrest warrants for people it wants to deport but cannot find

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    Scheer returns to Quebec while Greens and NDP go head-to-head on West Coast

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    Boris Johnson returns to London to secure support for new Brexit deal

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    How Trevor died: Why prison offers a ‘golden opportunity’ to help solve the opioid crisis

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