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    ‘More accountability’ needed from Nunavut government on services for youth, advocate says

    Jane Bates says her 2019-2020 report needed data from government departments to create baseline information on people under 19 that…
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    COMMENTARY: Liberals reveal their indifference to Canadians’ access to information rights

    If Canadians don’t care about this issue, Rob Breakenridge asks, then why did the Liberals make it a priority in…
    9 hours ago

    Iran’s supreme leader urges authorities to prioritize fighting coronavirus

    Iran’s death toll from the global pandemic topped 32,000 this week. Read More Source
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    U.S. election: Biden, Trump lawyer up for potential court battle over the White House

    The race is already thought to be the most litigated in American history, with some 260 lawsuits arising from the…
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    Alberta MP apologizes for using middle finger during question period

    While participating in question period, the MP for Red Deer-Lacombe stuck up his middle finger, a gesture that several MPs…
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    Sipekne’katik still looking for buyer of lobster catch as injunction posted

    As Mi’kmaw fishers continue their moderate-living lobster fishery under the protection of a court injunction, they’re struggling to sell their…
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    Trudeau won’t commit to ending boil-water advisories on First Nations by 2021

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau appeared to walk back his government’s promise to end all water-boil advisories in First Nations communities…
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    Navy investigating unexplained breakdown on brand-new Arctic patrol vessel

    Commodore Richard Feltham says HMCS Harry DeWolf was forced to return to port after its freshwater generator and communications systems…
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    For Acadian fisherman, early Mi’kmaq fishery in N.S. bay can ‘never’ be respected

    ‘There’s no longer a future in St. Marys Bay, and it’s absolutely sickening to those who have been here all…
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    Here are the key takeaways from the final U.S. presidential debate

    What you may have missed from the final matchup between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. Read More Source
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    Trump says migrant children separated at U.S. border are ‘well taken care of’ in debate

    Court-appointed lawyers said this week that they are still unable to find the parents of 545 children since the Trump…
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    Trump says he’ll ‘come up with’ new health care plan if court strikes down Obamacare

    Biden called Trump “a very confused guy” after the president claimed Biden would introduce socialized medicine to the U.S. Read…
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    Over 200 evacuated from Neskantaga First Nation as chief calls for permanent fix to end water crisis

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    Unsatisfied with PM’s answer, Blanchet vows to press Trudeau on Ottawa prof’s use of slur

    The Bloc Quebecois leader said Thursday he wasn’t satisfied with the PM’s comment on the controversy surrounding a uOttawa prof’s…
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    Coronavirus: Canada’s top election official seeks COVID-19 rule changes for general elections

    Canada’s chief electoral officer has called for changes that would make it easier and safer for the country to go…
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    New Conservative motion could trigger 2nd confidence vote for Liberals

    Justin Trudeau’s minority Liberal government faces another Conservative motion that could trigger the possibility of a snap election. Read More…
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    Why the term ‘moderate livelihood’ is at the centre of N.S.’s fishery dispute

    A treaty says the Mi’kmaw have the right to hunt, fish and gather for the purposes of earning a ‘moderate…
    3 days ago

    RCMP helicopter was undergoing ‘routine maintenance’ during N.S. shooting spree

    The RCMP’s only helicopter in Atlantic Canada was unavailable at the time of the shootings. Police also didn’t ask the…
    3 days ago

    Trump, Biden set to square off in final debate ahead of U.S. presidential election

    U.S. President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger, Joe Biden, are set to square off in their final debate Thursday.…
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    U.S. officials say Iran, Russia actively interfering in 2020 election

    The news comes a day before U.S. President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden are scheduled to take…
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    Brazil’s Bolsonaro rejects announcement coronavirus vaccine purchased from China

    Health Minister Eduardo Pazuello had announced the purchase Tuesday in a meeting with Sao Paulo Gov. Joo Doria, a foe…
    3 days ago

    Biden seeks boost from Obama while Trump tends to electoral map ahead of final debate

    Obama, who has become increasingly critical of Trump over the three and a half years since he left office, will…
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    Court grants temporary injunction to Sipekne’katik band to end interference with fishery

    The temporary court injunction order would prohibit threats and harassment of the public and Sipekne’katik members engaged in their lobster…
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    Mike Duffy files appeal to Supreme Court, seeks to sue Senate

    Sen. Mike Duffy is filing an appeal to the country’s top court in the hopes the Supreme Court of Canada…
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    Trump can still win the U.S. election, despite lagging in the polls: experts

    U.S. President Donald Trump continues to lag behind Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden in the polls, but he could still…
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    Trump paid over $188K in taxes to China trying to land unsuccessful projects: report

    China is one of only three foreign nations — the others are Britain and Ireland — where Trump maintains a…
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    5 things to know about the dispute over Nova Scotia’s Indigenous lobster fishery

    Here are five things to know about the Indigenous lobster fishery in Nova Scotia. Read More Source
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    Trudeau’s government to face confidence vote that could trigger federal election

    A dispute over the scope and composition of a House of Commons committee will come to a head Wednesday in…
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    From WE Charity to pipeline protests: what’s happened since Trudeau’s re-election

    One year ago, Canadians elected to put Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on a shorter leash, returning him to government but…
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    How Trump’s team ‘burned’ through $1 billion during U.S. election campaign

    U.S. President Donald Trump’s sprawling political operation has raised well over $1 billion since he took the White House in…

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