The Senate expense scandal concerns the travel and housing expense claims of Canadian Senators Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau. All three claimed expenses from the Senate for which they were not eligible.
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By Espe Currie, Megan Rach and Josh McConnell Reaction continued Thursday to Governor General David Johnston’s 2013 throne speech in Ottawa. Consumer concerns were the speech’s major focus on Wednesday, but in addition, here are some of the other big topics. Jobs Canada’s unemployment rate has dropped to just under seven per cent, but the
[youtube id=”qoKf49VHObo” width=”620″ height=”360″] By: Faiza Amin and Alessandra Micieli Minister of Veterans Affairs Julian Fantino was at Humber College North Campus Oct.8 to announce new changes that he says will improve the lives of veterans as they transition to private life. The changes will apply to more than 1300 veterans from Veterans Affairs
By Caroline Brown Two Canadian men, freed over the weekend after 51 days in a Cairo prison, were still unable to leave Egypt on Monday. After their surprise release, Tarek Loubani and John Greyson checked in Sunday for a flight to Frankfurt, Germany, but weren’t allowed to board the plane. Airport officials said their names