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Trudeau holds cabinet talks as Wet’suwet’en solidarity rail blockades continue

Trudeau’s spokeswoman says the prime minister has already spoken to Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland, Transport Minister Marc Garneau, Public…

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Rail blockades must be resolved ‘the right way,’ Indigenous Services minister says

‘This is something that’s fluid, and is moving on an hourly basis,” Marc Miller told The West Block. “But we…

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Advocate says murder of Quebec sex worker reveals hypocrisy of prostitution law

People connected to the industry say the Jan. 22 death of Marylene Levesque in a suburban Quebec City hotel has…

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Daytona 500: Trump to court voters, race presidential limo at NASCAR race

The president is expected to take a literal lap around the racetrack and deliver the opening line: “Drivers, start your…

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Indigenous land conflicts to persist unless sovereignty addressed, Wilson-Raybould says

Tensions between the government and the Wet’suwet’en Nation have been escalating since Dec. 31, when British Columbia’s Supreme Court granted…

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If U.S. and Israel make the ‘slightest error,’ Iran says it will attack

“If you make the slightest error, we will hit both of you,” Major General Hossein Salami said at a ceremony…

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Biden says deportation of hundreds of thousands under Obama was ‘big mistake’

“We took far too long to get it right,” Biden said in a wide-ranging, sometimes contentious interview with Univision anchor…

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COMMENTARY: Amid blockades, Trudeau needs to borrow a page from his father and show resolve

Justin Trudeau’s reaction to the blockades illustrates the stark contrast between him and his father, says Rob Breakenridge. Read More…

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China’s top diplomat acknowledges COVID-19 challenge, criticizes ‘overreaction’

The virus, coming on the back of a disruptive trade war between the United States and China, has again exposed…

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Russians claim they tricked Bernie Sanders in prank call posing as Greta Thunberg

A representative for Sanders’ campaign didn’t comment Thursday on the authenticity of the call. Read More Source

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Coronavirus spread renewing concerns about how animals are slaughtered

Spreading illness shows how animals are handled can endanger people everywhere. Read More Source

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Venezuela’s Nicolas Maduro says Juan Guaido’s arrest ‘will come’

Maduro made the remark in a meeting with the international press three days after Guaido returned from a tour to…

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Trudeau won’t force end to railway blockades; Scheer tells protesters to ‘check their privilege’

Those demonstrating support the hereditary chiefs of Wet’suwet’en Nation, who oppose the construction of a pipeline through their land. Read…

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Trudeau criticized for shaking hands with Iranian foreign minister after deadly plane crash

The criticism comes as Iran refuses to hand over black boxes after shooting down a plane with 176 people on…

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Russia ask Canadian government for files on ex-Nazi death squad member living in Waterloo, Ont.

Russia’s Investigation Committee, which handles probes into serious crimes, said it wanted Canada’s case and legal files on Helmut Oberlander. Read…

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Trudeau to stress importance of global economic security at Munich conference

Trudeau is continuing Canada’s campaign for votes for a temporary seat on the powerful United Nations Security Council. Read More…

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Feds spent $118K on event tickets in 6 months including $10K for Cirque du Soleil, Bryan Adams

Global Affairs Canada spent more than $8,000 to take ‘current and potential foreign investor’ to Cirque du Soleil. Read More…

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U.S. Democratic presidential hopefuls set their sights on attacking Michael Bloomberg

The White House hopefuls are trying to blunt Bloomberg, who gained attention by flooding the national airwaves with hundreds of…

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