Refugees hit by tear gas and water cannons
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Refugees hit by tear gas and water cannons

Hungarian police unleashed tear gas, water cannons and pepper spray at asylum-seekers trying to break…

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Ahmed Mohamed arrested for bringing homemade clock to school
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Ahmed Mohamed arrested for bringing homemade clock to school

A 14-year-old Texas boy was taken to juvenile detention after teachers mistook the homemade electronic…

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Is Politics Broken?
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Is Politics Broken?

Canadians don’t vote. Is the system broken? Or does the problem lie with the electorate?…

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Judy Lucas | Voters of Canada
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Judy Lucas | Voters of Canada

Saving her family farm is motivating this voter to cast a ballot. »»» Subscribe to…

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Bigger portions leading to obesity
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Bigger portions leading to obesity

A new health study says the obesity epidemic could be reversed easily by reducing serving…

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No refugee crisis plan yet from Stephen Harper
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No refugee crisis plan yet from Stephen Harper

Last week Stephen Harper suggested a plan to get Syrians refugees to Canada was imminent,…

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The Bottom Line | The Economy and the Election
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The Bottom Line | The Economy and the Election

The majority of Canadians say the economy is the most important issue in this election.…

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Niqabs OK at citizenship ceremonies
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Niqabs OK at citizenship ceremonies

The federal government has lost its appeal of a lower court ruling that struck down…

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El Jones | Voters of Canada
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El Jones | Voters of Canada

The treatment of Canada’s prisoners is the issue motivating this poet to vote. »»» Subscribe…

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Are political parties buying Facebook “likes”?
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Are political parties buying Facebook “likes”?

The Conservative Party won’t comment on whether it’s buying fans on social media, the other…

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