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Canadian government ‘concerned’ about deaths, violence in Bolivia

The victims were supporters of Evo Morales, reports say, who until recently was the country’s president. Read More Source

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Abortions rights advocates urge Liberals to turn politics into policy 

The issue of abortion played a prominent role in the federal election campaign this fall. Read More Source

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Obama to Democratic hopefuls: don’t veer too far left

Immigration and health care are two issues he cited as cases where Democratic candidates are out of sync with public…

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As 2020 U.S. election approaches, Twitter tightens bans on political ads, causes

Twitter said it will use a combination of automated technology and human teams to enforce the new ad policies. Read…

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Donald Trump impeachment hearings: Key takeaways from the second day

Yovanovitch left no doubt that she interpreted some of the Trump’s cryptic comments about her — “she’s going to go…

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Elizabeth May calls out Jason Kenney: ‘There is no planet called Alberta’

May stressed Alberta is not exempt from climate change and has already felt the harsh affects, including the Fort McMurray…

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Peel District School Board trustee alleges black students called ‘savages’, ahead of racism review

“I have sent in two reviewers at the request of the board to investigate these matters seriously, in an expedited…

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Most of Ottawa’s $1.6B bailout for Alberta oil and gas industry has been handed out

Canada’s $1.6-billion bailout package for Alberta’s battered oil industry is well underway but with little transparency about who is getting…

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Trump ally Roger Stone found guilty of lying to Congress, witness tampering

Stone was indicted in January as part of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election tampering. Read More Source

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Trudeau to wrap up meetings with opposition leaders with Elizabeth May

Though May has stepped down as party leader, she is still the head of the Greens’ three-member caucus in the…

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79 mayors, U.S. Congress wade into publisher’s limit on eBooks for libraries

Public libraries across North America continue to fight against a big publisher’s eBook restrictions. Dozens of elected officials are now…

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Review of Canadian fossil fuel subsidies appears to be behind schedule: environmental advocate

Canada’s promise to produce an inventory of its fossil fuel subsidies as part of a joint peer review with Argentina…

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Short-term rentals impacting Halifax’s rental market

Halifax’s vacancy rate has been steadily declining and now sits at 1.6 percent. At the same time, the short-term rental…

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Judge says media accreditation criteria wasn’t clear for federal debates

“The Commission provides no rationale why some types of advocacy do not impact accreditation, while others do,” Federal Court Justice…

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Parliamentary budget watchdog warns of slower growth, deeper deficits

In a report Thursday, the parliamentary budget office downgraded its outlook for the country’s economy compared to its projections from…

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ANALYSIS: The impeachment inquiry is not here for your entertainment

The impeachment inquiry may lack pizzazz, but U.S. President Donald Trump and his Republican defenders may soon yearn for these…

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9 former Liberal senators rename themselves ‘Progressive Senate Group’

Nine senators say they have adopted the name ‘Progressive Senate Group’ to reflect their approach to legislating. Read More Source

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Trump’s Ukraine actions akin to ‘bribery’: Pelosi

Bribery is an impeachable offence spelled out in the United States Constitution. Read More Source

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