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Liberal Contenders Lack Deep Profiles

Toronto News, November 26, 2012 And then there were 11. Or is it 12? With three more contenders — including two MPs — jumping in the Liberal leadership fray this…

Kenney makes room for ‘top talent’ as immigration levels frozen for seventh straight year

OTTAWA — The federal government has frozen immigration levels for the seventh straight year, Immigration Minister Jason Kenney announced Wednesday, noting Canada will admit between 240,000 and 265,000 newcomers in…

Controversial online surveillance bill set for Parliamentary return

OTTAWA — The Conservative government’s widely criticized online surveillance legislation may be on the back burner, but another bill that would expand police access to Internet users’ data is about…

Alberta’s deputy premier narrowly misses rocket attack while touring Israel

Alberta’s deputy premier narrowly misses rocket attack while touring Israel

Calgary — Several Canadian politicians and police chiefs may have narrowly missed a rocket attack while touring Israel. The delegates were scheduled to depart for the southern stretch of the…

Race-based Nova Scotia school board vote marred by charges of ballot-box fraud

Race-based Nova Scotia school board vote marred by charges of ballot-box fraud

Non-blacks are being blamed for allegedly defrauding the election of a school board seat reserved for African-Nova Scotians, prompting locals to re-examine the delicate task of how to police one…

Toronto Police Fugitive Squad nabs businessman with ties to Jason Kenney, John Baird

Toronto Police Fugitive Squad nabs businessman with ties to Jason Kenney, John Baird

Businessman Nathan Jacobson has gone from hobnobbing with the most powerful politicians in Canada to a jail cell. The fugitive, who is facing a sentence in an American prison for…

Tory MP Dean Del Mastro says anonymous commenters on news articles should be forced to identify themselves

Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro suggests that the government should look at ending anonymous comments on news articles as a way to combat online bullying. “One of the best ways…

Wildrose calls for probe into $430K donated to PCs by Oilers’ owner and associates in campaign’s dying days

Alberta’s opposition parties have called for an investigation into several donations made to the Progressive Conservative in the dying days of last spring’s election campaign, when the ruling party was…

Alleged human smuggling ring brought Romanians to Canada via Mexico, police say

Alleged human smuggling ring brought Romanians to Canada via Mexico, police say

TORONTO — Canadian authorities are claiming to have uncovered a human smuggling ring that has brought hundreds of Romanian refugee claimants to the Toronto area through Mexico, the National Post…

Tory MP Ted Opitz keeps his seat, Supreme Court restores confidence in democracy

On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Canada finally ruled on the matter of whether Conservative MP Ted Opitz, of the Toronto riding of Etobicoke Centre, could keep his seat. Mr.…