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Inuit Leader Calls Out Media For Asking SNC-Lavalin Questions At Apology – HuffPost Canada

OTTAWA — National Inuit leader Natan Obed urged reporters to read the room Friday after they pressed the prime minister about the SNC-Lavalin affair on a solemn day in Iqaluit. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau travelled north to apologize for the government’s role in the mistreatment of Inuit with tuberculosis in the 1940s-1960s. Thousands with the … Continue reading “Inuit Leader Calls Out Media For Asking SNC-Lavalin Questions At Apology – HuffPost Canada”

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Liberal MP challenges Justin Trudeau over leadership style – Toronto Star

She added, “When women speak up and out, they are always going to be labelled. Go ahead. Label away. We are not going anywhere. #IAmWithHer” When Philpott resigned this week as Treasury Board president, saying allegations of political interference in the SNC prosecution made her lose confidence in the Liberal cabinet, Caesar-Chavannes echoed her support … Continue reading “Liberal MP challenges Justin Trudeau over leadership style – Toronto Star”

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Trudeau’s story on SNC-Lavalin and Wilson-Raybould defies belief – The Globe and Mail

For a political leader to get down on his hands and knees and beg for forgiveness, there is usually an existential threat to his power. Clearly, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau does not feel he’s reached that point. One might have thought that, given the past few weeks, Mr. Trudeau would have been contemplating just such … Continue reading “Trudeau’s story on SNC-Lavalin and Wilson-Raybould defies belief – The Globe and Mail”

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Vancouver Condo Prices Slip 5.1% in February

The Vancouver condo market continues to experience very weak sales numbers. February sales fell 41% year-over-year and were the lowest for the month since 2001. An eighteen year low in condo sales, particularly considering the growth in supply and population is really something to behold. This weakness has ultimately debunked the once widespread belief that […]

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Alex Trebek diagnosed with pancreatic cancer – CTV News

Alex Trebek has been diagnosed with Stage 4 pancreatic cancer, and is vowing to fight the disease. The Canadian-born “Jeopardy!” host made the statement in a video on the game show’s YouTube channel. “Normally, the prognosis for this is not very encouraging, but I’m going to fight this, and I’m going to keep working,” Trebek … Continue reading “Alex Trebek diagnosed with pancreatic cancer – CTV News”

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‘Get back on the job’: Notley calls for Trudeau to act after China ban hits Alberta canola producers – Edmonton Journal

Premier Rachel Notley is demanding Prime Minister Justin Trudeau take action after China blocked some Canadian canola imports, a move which could cost Albertans “hundreds of millions” and “3,000 jobs.” China’s foreign ministry said Wednesday that it is blocking some imports of Canadian canola due to fears of insect infestation. Richardson International Ltd., one of … Continue reading “‘Get back on the job’: Notley calls for Trudeau to act after China ban hits Alberta canola producers – Edmonton Journal”

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Obama brings message of hope and optimism, asking Calgary to take on climate change – Calgary Herald

With divisive politics and changing economies stoking fear and anxiety on both sides of the border, former U.S. president Barack Obama brought messages of hope and optimism to Calgary on Tuesday, paving the way to a kinder, gentler and cleaner planet. The 44th president of the United States sat down with local media celebrity Dave … Continue reading “Obama brings message of hope and optimism, asking Calgary to take on climate change – Calgary Herald”

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How to watch Gerald Butts’ testimony on SNC-Lavalin Wednesday – CBC News

Gerald Butts, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s former top adviser, will testify before the Commons Justice committee Wednesday to offer his side of the SNC-Lavalin story. Butts resigned as Trudeau’s principal secretary Feb. 18 after weeks of controversy that followed the resignation from cabinet of former justice minister and attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould. Last week, Wilson-Raybould … Continue reading “How to watch Gerald Butts’ testimony on SNC-Lavalin Wednesday – CBC News”

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Vancouver Detached Sales Fall 24.6% in February

As reported last month, Vancouver detached sales had their worst January dating back to 1990. This same phenomenon repeated in February. The city of Vancouver recorded just 98 sales, a 24.6% decline from last year and the lowest total we have on record. Yes we will see more sales in March as the spring market […]

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Jane Philpott resigns from Trudeau’s cabinet, says she has ‘lost confidence’ in handling of SNC-Lavalin affair – National Post

OTTAWA — Treasury Board president Jane Philpott resigned Monday from the federal cabinet, saying she’s lost confidence in the way the Trudeau government has dealt with the SNC-Lavalin affair. Her resignation came just less than a month after former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould resigned from cabinet amid allegations that the Prime Minister’s Office improperly pressured … Continue reading “Jane Philpott resigns from Trudeau’s cabinet, says she has ‘lost confidence’ in handling of SNC-Lavalin affair – National Post”

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