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Montreal bureaucrat tells Quebec corruption inquiry he took $600K in kickbacks, blew about half of it at a casino

Montreal bureaucrat tells Quebec corruption inquiry he took $600K in kickbacks, blew about half of it at a casino

MONTREAL — A retired city of Montreal engineer says he collected more than $ 600,000 in cash kickbacks from construction companies over nearly 20 years. Gilles Surprenant took the stand…

Calling Catholic groups ‘cult-like’ does not amount to discrimination: Ontario Human Rights Tribunal

The Ontario Human Rights Tribunal has dismissed a complaint against a women’s studies professor who fought a Catholic volunteerism program at Brock University, saying her anti-Catholic comments were offensive, but…

From the PMO to Montreal City Hall, Quebec’s corruption inquiry sparks a flurry of denials

From the PMO to Montreal City Hall, Quebec’s corruption inquiry sparks a flurry of denials

People were lining up to defend their reputations Wednesday amid the torrent of allegations swirling around in Quebec, where a corruption inquiry has rattled the political system. The devastating testimony…

Bring it on: Trudeau would welcome a leadership race with McGuinty

Bring it on: Trudeau would welcome a leadership race with McGuinty

Liberal leadership hopeful Justin Trudeau says he would welcome the entrance of Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty into the race to lead the federal party. The perceived front-runner said today in…

Bring it on: Trudeau would welcome a leadership race with McGuinty

Bring it on: Trudeau would welcome a leadership race with McGuinty

Liberal leadership hopeful Justin Trudeau says he would welcome the entrance of Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty into the race to lead the federal party. The perceived front-runner said today in…

Justin Trudeau leadership bid bounce propels Liberals past NDP: poll

Justin Trudeau leadership bid bounce propels Liberals past NDP: poll

Justin Trudeau’s leadership bid has lead to a surge of support for the Liberals, jetting them past the NDP by two points according to a new poll from Nanos research. The…

Justin Trudeau leadership bid bounce propels Liberals past NDP: poll

Justin Trudeau leadership bid bounce propels Liberals past NDP: poll

Justin Trudeau’s leadership bid has lead to a surge of support for the Liberals, jetting them past the NDP by two points according to a new poll from Nanos research. The…

Who will take Dalton McGuinty’s throne as Ontario Liberal leader?

With Dalton McGuinty’s Monday night resignation, the Ontario Liberals are now the third Canadian Liberal party to be embroiled in a leadership race. It has been a tumultuous few years…

Next time, let’s do this in a democratic country: Stephen Harper after Francophonie summit in D.R. Congo

KINSHASA — Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he’s glad he attended the summit of French speaking nations but hopes the next one is held in a country that promotes democratic…

Canada takes national security risks of trade deals with China ‘very seriously,’ Harper says

DAKAR — Stephen Harper said on Friday that Canada wants a growing relationship with China, but that its investments must be scrutinized from a national security perspective. Ottawa has indicated…