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Trudeau’s Liberals strech a mid indicate amid booze-tax brouhaha and Senate suspense

There were questions about a government’s renovate of national-security laws, Chinese encroachment, and a preference to mislay a name of Hector-Louis Langevin from a executive building opposite from Parliament Hill. But on a final day of a open sitting — a sitting that began with questions about a primary minister’s Christmas vacation — what many charcterised …

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Senate passes check bill with no amendments as Parliament breaks for summer

Senators have concluded to pass a sovereign check check though amendments, finale a probability of a deadlock between Canada’s two chambers of Parliament and paving a approach for a politicians’ summer break. Despite strong objections from some Liberal and Independent senators Wednesday, a check check was supposed along narrow-minded lines Thursday. The check …

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Justin Trudeau says no need for ‘Plan B’ to NAFTA

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there is no “Plan B” in a eventuality that talks to renegotiate a North American Free Trade Agreement mangle down, insisting a trade agreement is too profitable to the Canadian and U.S. economies for it to be terminated. During a question-and-answer event on Canada-U.S. family in a Trump era during an talk with …

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Nova Scotia asks Ottawa to stop safeguarding new sea areas

Nova Scotia has asked a sovereign supervision to stop environment aside new sea stable areas off Nova Scotia — during slightest for now. The range says it’s had some-more than a satisfactory share set aside and is involved about the mercantile impact of a designation, that can shorten activities like fishing or …

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Son of Russian spies regains Canadian citizenship

The Toronto-born son of Russian spies has won a justice conflict to recover his Canadian citizenship after it was revoked by Ottawa. The long-awaited Federal Court of Appeal preference in Alexander Vavilov’s foster is a latest turn in an intriguing espionage tale that spans continents and cultures. Vavilov was innate …

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Supreme Court says lady can sue Facebook in B.C. courts

A lady who wants to sue Facebook over a use of “sponsored stories” can pursue her box in British Columbia, a Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday. Deborah Douez wants to record a class-action lawsuit opposite a amicable media hulk over a now-defunct promotion format, that allegedly used her name …

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