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Leader of Senate independents defends decision to send Don Meredith to UN women’s conference

The convener of the Independent Senators Group is defending her decision to send Don Meredith to the United Nations status of women conference in New York while he was facing questions…

Money laundering watchdog scrutinizes Facebook, social media

Money laundering watchdog scrutinizes Facebook, social media

Canadians who make large cash transactions, international wire transfers or win big at the casino could end up with a federal agency scrutinizing their Facebook pages and other social media posts,…

Video: Democrat Rep Maintains That Debunked Trump ‘Pissgate’ Dossier Is “Absolutely True”

Everyone’s favourite loony Democrat Maxine Waters was given yet more air time by MSNBC Thursday, and she told viewers that the completely unsubstantiated and debunked allegations about President Trump meeting…

Search underway for Canada’s next top Mountie, as Paulson prepares exit

Search underway for Canada’s next top Mountie, as Paulson prepares exit

The federal government has four months to find someone to lead Canada’s national police force through even more tumultuous times. In his retirement announcement earlier this week, outgoing Commissioner Bob…

Bonnie Burnard, award-winning Canadian author, dies at 72

LONDON, ONT.—Award-winning Canadian author Bonnie Burnard is being remembered for her strong views and care for words. Burnard died Saturday at the age of 72. Her longtime friend and fellow…

Senate’s secretive committee overseeing expenses to be televised for 1st time

The Senate’s secretive committee responsible for managing the Red Chamber’s financial and administrative affairs, including Senator’s expenses, is about to start televising its meetings for the first time. The decision…

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Kevin O’Leary to skip Edmonton debate, blaming ‘terrible’ format

Kevin O’Leary to skip Edmonton debate, blaming ‘terrible’ format

The Conservative leadership debate in Edmonton Tuesday night will have one empty chair. Kevin O’Leary has decided to skip the event. “I have said from the beginning that it is…

Want millennial voters? Conservatives must change, researchers say

Want millennial voters? Conservatives must change, researchers say

Researchers brought a sobering message to the annual convention of the right-leaning Manning Centre Friday: most voters under 35 aren’t connecting with the conservative movement, and if it wants to…

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