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By Justin Mowat Brooklyn, N.Y. — Congresswoman-elect, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, represents the new face of American politics—outspoken, racialized and a member of the working class. After Tuesday’s U.S. midterm elections, Ocasio-Cortez, 29, is also the youngest...

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Talib will make history as the first Palestinian-American woman elected to the US Congress. She will be one of two of the first Muslim women elected to Congress, alongside Somali-American Ilhan Omar of Minnesota....

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Anthony Perruzza has defeated Giorgio Mammoliti for the hotly contested Ward 7 seat. Perruza won with 8,336 votes or 36.8 per cent of the vote. Mammoliti was behind in second place and received 5,625 or...

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The government plans to develop a private retail and distribution system that protects youth and combats the illegal market of cannabis....

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Canada and Saudi Arabia are in the midst of a diplomatic dispute following a tweet calling to free detained human rights activist made by the Canadian Foreign Ministry....

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The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) says reverting to the 1998 sex-ed curriculum in the classroom is a human rights issue. ...

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Question Period at Queen’s Park is raging on this week as Ontario Premier Doug Ford is set to reduce Toronto City Council to 25 councillors from 47 with new ward boundaries....

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Ontario’s Immigration Minister Lisa MacLeod remains steadfast in asking the federal government to pay $175 million to compensate for the costs incurred by emergency housing needs in the province....

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The new provincial government is stirring up confusion over their inconsistent take on sex-education curriculum....

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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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