U.S. President Donald Trump holds social media summit
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U.S. President Donald Trump holds social media summit

U.S. President Donald Trump is hosting a social media summit today. However, the White House…

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Canada should engage Saudi Arabia at G20, says former ambassador
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Canada should engage Saudi Arabia at G20, says former ambassador

Critics are urging Canada to boycott the G20 meeting in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, over the…

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Amber alert cancelled but criticism continues
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Amber alert cancelled but criticism continues

Two children who were the subject of an Amber Alert early this morning in Ontario…

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Can paying for wildfire prevention stop the crisis?
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Can paying for wildfire prevention stop the crisis?

British Columbia’s government should pay private companies to help solve B.C.’s wildfire crisis, says fire…

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Doug Ford, Trudeau Liberals trade blame for Bombardier layoffs | Power & Politics
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Doug Ford, Trudeau Liberals trade blame for Bombardier layoffs | Power & Politics

Premier Doug Ford says Ontario has a $28.5-billion plan to expand transit, but the Trudeau…

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Why Quebec’s intervening in Saskatchewan’s carbon tax challenge | Power & Politics
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Why Quebec’s intervening in Saskatchewan’s carbon tax challenge | Power & Politics

Quebec is seeking intervener status in Saskatchewan’s carbon tax challenge because the province is concerned…

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Manitoba premier criticizes Quebec’s religious symbols law | Power & Politics
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Manitoba premier criticizes Quebec’s religious symbols law | Power & Politics

“I’m a farm boy. I’m concerned when I see erosion — not just of our…

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U.K. ambassador to U.S. resigns after leak of cables critical of Trump
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U.K. ambassador to U.S. resigns after leak of cables critical of Trump

Kim Darroch, the U.K. ambassador to the United States, has announced he’s resigning, after diplomatic…

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Flooding overwhelms B.C. ranching community
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Flooding overwhelms B.C. ranching community

Flooding from rainwater in the Chilcotin River is overwhelming a B.C. ranching community. Ranches in…

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Bombardier to lay off hundreds of workers in Thunder Bay, Ont.
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Bombardier to lay off hundreds of workers in Thunder Bay, Ont.

Bombardier plans to lay off hundreds of workers at its Thunder Bay, Ont., facility, provincial…

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