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Peter MacKay and Erin O'Toole called each other names as they attacked over policy differences during the French language debate on the Conservative leadership campaign....

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Demonstrators marched in downtown Guelph to show unity with other protesters around the world on Saturday....

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Weather is more responsible than climate change in creating the ironically icy impasse that a crew of Canadian climate researchers finds itself in, an expert says....

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The motivations and messages of today's ISIS attack on the Iranian capital are political and religious, an expert says. The assault on the national parliament building and the tomb of Ayatollah Khomeini took the lives...

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London attack latest of many in 2017

June 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

The ISIS attack targeting civilians at the London Bridge on Saturday night that took the lives of seven people and injured 48 others follows several others across the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and Europe....

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A renewal of its majority government status gives the Nova Scotia Liberal Party a second chance at taking the lead in job creation, experts say....

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Making sense of threat levels

May 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

The 'critical' threat level for acts of terror in the U.K. means that an "attack is expected imminently," according to the scheme used by intelligence officials....

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The Islamic State's attack on civilians at the Manchester Arena last night is the latest of a series perpetrated across the world....

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