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[l] at 7/16/19 4:31pm
Hassan Diab 20181026

Hassan Diab and his supporters are calling for the immediate release of the findings of an external review into the Ottawa university professor’s extradition to France over his alleged involvement in a 1980 bombing outside a Paris synagogue.

[Author: David Cochrane] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/16/19 1:41pm
Turkey Missile Defense

Turkey's purchase of a Russian missile defence system represents a serious and difficult problem for NATO, says NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, but he remains optimistic a solution can be found.

[Author: Brennan MacDonald,Vassy Kapelos] [Category: News/Politics/Power & Politics]

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[l] at 7/16/19 12:08pm
Chief Spence

Former Attawapiskat chief Theresa Spence says she is embarking on another hunger strike, this time over the state of her community’s water and infrastructure along with its ongoing social struggles. 

[Author: Jorge Barrera] [Category: News/Indigenous]

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[l] at 7/16/19 11:09am
 Jean-Yves Duclos

The federal government is awarding $1 billion in warship maintenance work to two Canadian shipyards, with a third deal on the way.

[Author: The Canadian Press] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/16/19 5:42am
Guns 20190715

Mass-shooting survivor Nathalie Provost has quit the federal firearms advisory committee in frustration, saying she is "extremely disappointed" with the Liberal government's failure to crack down on assault-style rifles.

[Author: Jim Bronskill] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/16/19 2:00am
NDP Singh Environment 20190531

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is touring Quebec this week, visiting a handful of ridings where the long odds against holding on look shortest.

[Author: Éric Grenier] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/15/19 1:09pm
Trump

U.S. policies which act as a barrier to Canadian businesses bidding on government projects are about to get more stringent.

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Business]

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[l] at 7/15/19 12:24pm
China Huawei

Canada is likely to postpone a decision on whether to allow China's Huawei Technologies Co Ltd to supply 5G network equipment until after the October federal election, given increasingly strained relations with Beijing, say three well-placed sources.

[Author: David Ljunggren] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/15/19 10:49am
Trudeau NATO 20190715

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau today denounced tweets sent by U.S. President Donald Trump over the weekend that told a series of first-term congresswomen of diverse ethnic backgrounds to "go back" to their countries of origin rather than tell U.S. politicians how America should be governed.

[Author: John Paul Tasker] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/15/19 7:10am
Senate committee tours Cows

Canada should make it easier for some temporary foreign workers to get to and stay in the country, says a Senate report released Friday morning.

[Author: Kevin Yarr] [Category: News/Canada/PEI]

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[l] at 7/15/19 6:13am
CANADA-CHINA/

Chinese police have detained a Canadian citizen in relation to a drug case involving students, China's Foreign Ministry said on Monday, an incident coming amid a deep chill in relations between the two countries.

[Author: Reuters] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/15/19 5:48am
Visit NATO 20190710

The secretary-general of NATO is in Canada today meeting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Jens Stoltenberg will tour CFB Petawawa with Trudeau and discuss Canada's NATO deployments in Latvia and Iraq with him.

[Author: The Canadian Press] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/15/19 2:00am
Desjardin Committee 20190715

The chair of the House of Commons public safety and national security committee says he's not sure Canada's laws will ever be able to prevent data breaches like last month's massive leak at the Desjardins Group. Today, MPs on the House of Commons public safety and national security committee are holding a meeting to discuss the incident.

[Author: Catharine Tunney] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/15/19 2:00am
In The News July 28 20170728

Airline passengers have new rights starting today, as rules from the Canadian Transportation Agency that have prompted backlash from airlines kick in. 

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/15/19 2:00am
David Chartrand

The federal government launched an ongoing financial probe of a national Métis organization following a meeting with investigators with the RCMP, CBC News has learned.

[Author: Jorge Barrera] [Category: News/Indigenous]

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[l] at 7/14/19 3:01pm
gum balls

Canadian inspectors intercepted nearly 900 food products from China over concerns about faulty labels, unmentioned allergens and harmful contaminants that included glass and metal between 2017 and early 2019, according to internal federal records.

[Author: The Canadian Press] [Category: News/Business]

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[l] at 7/14/19 2:00pm
Belgium NATO Summit

In this week’s Canada Votes newsletter: How will Canada's defence file factor into October's vote? Also: Ontario is seat-rich. Polls analyst Eric Grenier looks at the numbers in the province.

[Author: CBC News] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/14/19 1:01pm
Question Period 20180207

Some MPs are warning the high-stress, high-stakes environment of politics coupled with relentless work schedules and bouts of politically motivated marathon voting and debating sessions are one day going to kill someone.

[Author: Mia Rabson] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/14/19 10:12am
Asylum seekers

Canada's border-security agency will soon require all border-security officers working with detained migrants to wear defensive gear that includes batons, pepper spray and bulletproof vests — a policy that is drawing concern over a perceived "criminalization" of asylum seekers.

[Author: Teresa Wright] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/14/19 2:00am
chief-wayne-mckenzie

A new partnership has been forged between Parks Canada and Algonquin people in northwestern Quebec to co-manage a national historic site together.

[Author: Olivia Stefanovich,Christina Romualdo] [Category: News/Politics]

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[l] at 7/14/19 2:00am
Karen Miller

The RCMP accidentally sent out details of someone’s suicide attempt to the wrong email chain, inadvertently leaving them in the inboxes of more than 160 people.

[Author: Catharine Tunney] [Category: News/Politics]

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