Industry, Kenney pleased with energy-friendly Suggested revamp of Bill C-69

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The Senate energy committee approved almost 200 amendments satisfying both Alberta’s best and the energy market\.

Liberals to Maintain minority government in N.L., PCs not conceding defeat

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Dwight Ball and his Party will form a minority government in Labrador and Newfoundland, but the Conservative pioneer is already mounting an attack against him\.

Conrad Black Maintains his relationship with Trump was Not responsible Because of his Offender pardon


A criminal pardon U.S. President Donald Trump personally delivered to Conrad Black over the telephone amounts to complete exoneration, the writer and former media mogul said on Thursday.

Toronto man becomes 1st Canadian to swim round world’s highest navigable lake

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Robert McGlashan became the first Canadian to swim across a portion of Lake Titicaca, the largest freshwater lake in South America and the greatest navigable body of water on the planet\.

Religious symbols Prohibit pits Quebec feminists against each other

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Thursday the hearings, which wrapped, have emphasized stark differences between Quebec feminists — not over what the bill means for the rights of women, but what it means to be a feminist.

Epilepsy patient Won’t leave Vancouver hospital until her health needs are met

Tavia Marlatt

\A 22-year-old epilepsy individual is risking arrest, and refusing to leave her hospital room at Vancouver General Hospital, stating that the medical system has failed to provide her with a plan of care and that her life is at risk\.

Windsorites Recall Canada’s 6th deadliest tornado that killed 9 at curling club

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It has been 45 decades, but the details of the tornado that struck at the curling club continue to be apparent for Windsorites.

Saskatchewan Health Authority Exploring new Criticism of coerced sterilization

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A 30-year-old Nakoda girl who says she had been a casualty of coerced sterilization at a Moose Jaw, Sask., hospital last December is thinking about filing a criminal complaint, in accordance with her attorney.

CMHC looks to raise Additional Cash for housing outside of billions from government

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The president of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. claims that his agency wants to increase millions more dollars to help Canadians afford places to live, regardless of the billions currently accessible government financing.

Ban whale, dolphin captivity poised to become Legislation in Canada

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Over three years after the legislation was initially introduced in Parliament, the Commons fisheries committee has passed a bill banning whale and dolphin captivity.

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