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It’s break time as Conservatives opinion now for new leader

Conservatives accumulate in 3 weeks to announce a party’s new personality during a gathering in Toronto that will underline dual days of speeches and a tension-building exhibit on a Saturday night. But a pressure-packed politicking and a raging scrounging for support that have been a hallmarks of Conservative conventions in …

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Parents of transgender girl titillate Senate to behind Bill C-16

OTTAWA – Parents of Canadian transgender lady are pleading with senators to behind a Liberal government’s legislation on gender identity and gender expression. Some members of a Senate, including Conservative Sen. Don Plett, have voiced misgivings about a bill, including a idea that “gender expression” is not an identifiable group. …

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Revenue apportion suspends political-activity audits of charities

The Liberal supervision is suspending a few remaining political-activity audits of charities after an expert-panel news endorsed stealing a domestic wisecrack sequence imposed on them by a Conservatives in 2012. As an evident initial step to respond to a panel’s recommendations, National Revenue Minister Diane Lebouthillier “has asked a CRA …

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WATCH LIVE: Question Period in a House of Commons

Want to watch Question Period live? Get a front quarrel chair for all a movement function in Canada’s House of Commons in Ottawa. Watch Canada’s sovereign politicians, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Opposition Leader Rona Ambrose, and NDP Leader Tom Mulcair spar daily in a House of Commons during doubt period, streamed …

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