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Harassment, sexual assault Amongst alleged misconduct by border agents investigated by CBSA

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The Canada Border Services Agency researched 1,200 allegations against its own staff over a two and a half year period beginning in January 2016, including accusations of criminal association, excessive sex and sexual assault, records obtained by CBC News via an access to information request series.

Organized Labor lines up from Canada’s Position on Venezuela

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Organized labour in Canada is voicing its opposition to the choice to embrace Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaido over Nicolas Maduro — that has been accused of human rights abuses’ plan of the \government and of winning the last election through vote-rigging.

Shaming of sexual assault survivor sparked X-Men, Axemen brawl, says player

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A participant and his trainer state the shaming of a sexual assault survivor is exactly what triggered an intense brawl involving the two Nova Scotia college men’s hockey teams during a game in Wolfville, N.S. on Saturday, however another group disputes that.

IBM not ruled out of the running for Potential Phoenix replacement

Jane Philpott, Feb. 4, 2019

From securing the contract to make a new judicial system for federal workers the business that set the trouble-prone Phoenix payroll process is not being disqualified.

Lima Group embraces Venezuelan opposition leader Guaido, calls on Army to Stop Maduro

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The states of the Lima Group finished their meeting in Ottawa about the crisis in Venezuela today — proclaiming the South American country’s resistance leader and its own National Assembly as members of the multi-nation group whilst ruling out military intervention to end the humanitarian crisis gripping the oil-rich nation.

Family asks OIPRD to investigate officer Listed making racist statements Following arrest

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An Ontario police watchdog was asked to check into a Peel police officer who inadvertently recorded himself making racist statements into a Mississauga, Ont., man.

Man rescued from collapsed B.C. pier says he wants to apologize for’foolishness’

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The guy who landed on the wrong end of a crumbling pier throughout a”devastating,” mortal windstorm Thursday is famous for his”foolishness.”

Canadian wireless Costs down, still higher than most G7 Nations

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An yearly picture of telecom services accepted for the federal government shows a large reduction reduction in Canadian wireless prices however, as standard, concludes that most G7 nations had less costly packages.

Richmond Hill councillor loses 90 days’ Cover over bullying complaint

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Richmond Hill councillor Karen Cilevitz has been docked 90 days’ cover after an evaluation by the city’s integrity commissioner found she’d violated the part of the council’s code of conduct that prohibits bullying and intimidation.

Year of change to Canadian sports Lovers from 2018 as media rivals Awakened to compete

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The Rogers deal in 2013 changed the landscape of sport websites. 2019 will bring more changes for sports fans as old rivals and new ones compete for fan interest.

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