Politics

Former Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper was seen leaving the White House in Washington today after a surprise visit that caught Canadian officials off-guard....

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In a stunning defeat, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, 28, knocked out political veteran Joseph Crowley, 56, in New York’s Democratic Party congressional primary election Tuesday night....

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On July 1, U.S. President Donald Trump will impose a 25 per cent tariff on U.S. steel, and 10 per cent on U.S. aluminum. ...

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U.S. District Court Judge Dana Sabraw ordered Washington to reunite separated migrant families within 30 days, but the decision raised many questions. ...

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The Albion Library in Etobicoke is packed today as a crowd awaits Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a town hall discussing youth unemployment in Canada....

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"Census 2016 data indicate that Indigenous children aged zero to four make up 7.7 per cent of all Canadian children. But they represent over 52 per cent of children in foster care in private homes,”...

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Shelter systems in Toronto for refugees are currently overloaded and soon will no longer be able to accept incoming asylum seekers....

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Women Win Toronto (WWT), a local advocacy group, is remaining hopeful for better female representation on city council, as the municipal election quickly approaches....

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Anam Khan Saudi Arabia intends to cut Qatar off by turning it into an island. The two Middle East nations are feuding because the kingdom accused Qatar of supporting terror groups and for its strong...

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The recently passed Cannabis Act has a provisional buffer time of eight to 12 weeks to help provinces prepare for recreational marijuana sales....

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