Canadian politics

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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President Donald Trump’s “Zero Tolerance” policy on asylum seekers trying to enter the U.S is tearing families apart as children are detained for an indefinite period of time, while their parents or the caregivers they...

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G7, EU join Canada in rejecting Maduro win

May 24, 2018 | 0 Comments

Canada was among several countries that issued a joint statement rejecting the Sunday re-election of Venezuelan president, Nicolás Maduro....

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Notley stated she will be staying in Alberta to focus on the May 31st deadline for the Trans Mountain Pipeline project....

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Finance Minister Bill Morneau says B.C.'s premier is acting unconstitutionally in the Kinder Morgan dispute, and Morneau says that the federal government will compensate Kinder Morgan for costs associated to delays. ...

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Patrick Brown is given the okay to try and reclaim his leadership of the Ontario PC Party on Wednesday following an abrupt resignation just weeks ago. In January, Patrick Brown resigned as Ontario Progressive Conservative leader...

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Airbnb could faces changes in Toronto

December 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Toronto city council may be giving short-term renters may have a greater lease on life....

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Three former prime ministers, two billionaires, and a fundraiser walk into a bar. While it sounds like a bad joke, in actuality, it's quite serious....

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By: Eugenio Garro Admitting that Canada has made mistakes in the past, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the United Nations General Assembly on Thursday that the country “remains a work in progress,” and will stand...

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By: Hunter Crowther The Trudeau government is introducing new regulations to stunt foreign investors from over-inflating the housing market and make sure Canadians can afford the mortgages they sign. Finance Minister Bill Morneau made the announcement...

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