Winnipeg’s cold claim to fame
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Winnipeg’s cold claim to fame

Small patch of rock on Mars named after the Manitoba capital, where jet engine manufacturers…

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Renewed calls for negotiations to end Syria’s civil war
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Renewed calls for negotiations to end Syria’s civil war

U.S. calls on Russia to help start negotiations to end the ongoing violence in Syria…

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Thousands of refugees flood into Croatia
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Thousands of refugees flood into Croatia

More than 20,000 migrants have trekked into Croatia since Tuesday, sparking a war of words…

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Political Cartoons | Aislin’s Approach
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Political Cartoons | Aislin’s Approach

Terry Mosher has been following the twists and turns of this federal election campaign. And…

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Steve Fonyo | Shadow of a Hero
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Steve Fonyo | Shadow of a Hero

In 1984 Steve Fonyo picked up where Terry Fox left off. He ran across Canada…

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Questions for Pope Francis
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Questions for Pope Francis

When Pope Francis visits the U.S. next week he’ll go to Congress, the U.N. and…

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Aislin’s Approach | The National
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Aislin’s Approach | The National

His cartoons have been skewering the country’s political elite for decades. Aislin’s approach. Tonight, on…

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Pierre Habib | Voters of Canada
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Pierre Habib | Voters of Canada

Protecting traditional family values. That’s why Pierre is voting. »»» Subscribe to The National to…

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Canada’s Working Poor
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Canada’s Working Poor

1 in 7 Canadians lives in poverty. While political parties clamber over the middle class,…

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A closer look at the leaders’ debate
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A closer look at the leaders’ debate

Adrienne Arseanult and Susan Ormiston take a closer look at the promises and numbers that…

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