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Prime Minister Stephen Harper has made his way to Ukraine

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Federal Judge Marc Nadon rejected by the Supreme Court

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BlackBerry shares drop following widespread cuts

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A new provincial legislation known as the the Ontario Immigration Act

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Liberal leader Justin Trudeau made a speech to open up his party’s national ...

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New rail safety measures announced by federal government

The federal government has made a new set of safety measures for Canada’s railways. The measures are being implemented from recommendations by the Transportation Safety Board following last summer’s disastrous derailment in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec. Plans include the phasing out of older tank cars carrying crude oil or ethanol, as well as a task force to Read More

Herb Gray, former deputy PM, dies at 82

Herb Gray, former Deputy Prime Minister and one of this country’s longest-serving parliamentarians, has died at the age of 82. The federal government says Gray died in hospital Monday. Gray has been with the federal Liberals since 1962, representing the Windsor West riding. He also became the first Jewish cabinet minister in Canada’s history. He Read More

Air Canada suspends baggage handlers after video of bags being tossed

Air Canada has let go of two baggage handlers after a video was released showing cargo being tossed six metres above the ground. The video, posted online by a passenger on board the plane, shows the luggage falling from the boarding gate and into a bin on the ground. The video soon prompted a backlash Read More

Floods in eastern Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick prompt state of emergency

Towns in eastern Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick are in a state of emergency after floods in the areas have left devastating conditions. Many people have fled from their homes in Tweed and Belleville as those cities declared states of emergency due to widespread flooding of roads and homes. In some areas like Foxboro Peak, Read More

RCMP charge 19-year-old in CRA Heartbleed security breach

The RCMP arrested a 19 year old man yesterday in London following the Canada Revenue Agency privacy breach that left 900 social insurance numbers comprised. Stephan Arthuro Solis-Reyes has been charged with unauthorized use of computer and mischief in relation to the data. Computer equipment was also seized at his home. Last week the government Read More

RCMP clears Nigel Wright in Senate scandal

The RCMP has called off their investigation into Nigel Wright, the former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper. Wright faced scrutiny after he secretly wrote a check for 90,000 dollars to suspended senator Mike Duffy. The money was used by Duffy to pay for claiming illegitimate housing expenses. Although Harper dismissed him soon Read More

Wynne launches libel suit against Ontario PCs

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is suing Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak, MPP Lisa MacLeod and the entire PC Party of Ontario for 2 million dollars for what she calls slanderous allegations about her role in the gas plant scandal. Wynne had repeatedly asked for a retraction of the statements made on the PC party website, Read More

Former Liberal Party nominee sues Trudeau, Ontario co-chair

The Liberal Party of Canada faces a lawsuit from a former nominee in a downtown Toronto riding. Christine Innes filed a 1.5 million dollar libel suit against Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and Ontario co-chair David MacNaughton. The suit challenges accusations that Innes had bullied young Liberals into supporting her campaign in Trinity-Spadina. Last month, Trudeau Read More

5 stabbed to death in Calgary house party

Five people in their late teens were pronounced dead after a stabbing at house party in Calgary. Police were called to a rental home near the University of Calgary after 1 am local time. Students from the nearby university were celebrating the end of the year before the incident. The city’s police chief Rick Hanson Read More

Wynne unveils $29 billion transportation plan for Ontario

Premier Kathleen Wynne has announced plans to invest in transportation infrastructure across Ontario, at a cost of 29 billion dollars over the next ten years. Speaking at a conference this afternoon, she said part of the plan is to dedicate 7.5 cents of the gas tax and the HST for fuel toward transit, roads, highways Read More

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