Canada granted consular access to detainee in China
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Canada granted consular access to detainee in China

Canada has been granted consular access to Michael Spavor, the second Canadian detained in China…

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COP24 climate deal: achievement or disappointment?
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COP24 climate deal: achievement or disappointment?

Officials from almost 200 countries, including Canada, agreed Saturday on a transparent rule book that…

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Trump’s Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke latest staffer to resign
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Trump’s Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke latest staffer to resign

U.S. President Donald Trump’s White House has had the highest turnover of senior-level staff of…

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Canada doing U.S. bidding in Huawei case, economist says
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Canada doing U.S. bidding in Huawei case, economist says

American economist Jeffrey D. Sachs says Canada is doing the Trump administration’s bidding in its…

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Thunder Bay police charge man with 2nd degree murder in teen’s killing
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Thunder Bay police charge man with 2nd degree murder in teen’s killing

A 22-year-old man has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Webequie…

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Healing from trauma through photography in Saskatchewan’s North
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Healing from trauma through photography in Saskatchewan’s North

The Pinehouse Photography Club is helping residents in northern Saskatchewan heal from trauma. To read…

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Only 25 cannabis store permits to be issued in Ontario for April | Power & Politics
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Only 25 cannabis store permits to be issued in Ontario for April | Power & Politics

Ontario will only issue 25 licenses for pot stores in its first phase of authorizing…

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Parliament’s Centre Block closing for a decade | Power & Politics
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Parliament’s Centre Block closing for a decade | Power & Politics

Parliament Hill’s iconic Centre Block is closing for at least 10 years of renovations. MPs…

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MMIWG inquiry holds final hearings | Power & Politics
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MMIWG inquiry holds final hearings | Power & Politics

The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (MMIWG) inquiry held its last public hearing…

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Is trade war with the U.S. hurting China’s economy? | Power & Politics
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Is trade war with the U.S. hurting China’s economy? | Power & Politics

The growth of China’s retail sales and industrial output weakened sharply in November. The poor…

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