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Philpott and Wilson-Raybould can speak freely on SNC-Lavalin in Commons, says former House law clerk – CBC News

For the past 24 hours, opposition MPs in the House of Commons have staged a series of consecutive confidence votes in an effort to pressure the Liberal government to let former attorney general and justice minister Jody Wilson-Raybould answer more questions before a committee of MPs. According to a former law clerk of the House, … Continue reading “Philpott and Wilson-Raybould can speak freely on SNC-Lavalin in Commons, says former House law clerk – CBC News”

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Braid: Attacks on Kenney’s social record coming from left and right – Calgary Herald

Thursday’s full-bore attack on Jason Kenney’s record of anti-gay marriage activism didn’t just come from the NDP. Derek Fildebrandt, leader of the new Freedom Conservative Party, pitched in without restraint. Fildebrandt first sounded mild when asked about the UCP leader’s role in a movement that helped prevent gay men from seeing their dying spouses in … Continue reading “Braid: Attacks on Kenney’s social record coming from left and right – Calgary Herald”

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MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes quits Liberal caucus – CBC News

Whitby, Ont. MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes has quit the Liberal caucus and will sit as an independent, prompting Conservative attacks calling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a “fake feminist.” Trudeau announced her decision after the weekly caucus meeting. “I have just been notified by my office that Celina Caesar-Chavannes has decided to sit as an independent. I … Continue reading “MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes quits Liberal caucus – CBC News”

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Will Trudeau call the federal election early? – Toronto Star

It is easier to make a case for the Liberals using all the time at their disposal to allow the dust to settle on SNC-Lavalin than to explain why the Conservatives are not clamouring for an election. Polls show the affair has taken a toll on Trudeau’s electoral prospects. Still whether that damage is permanent … Continue reading “Will Trudeau call the federal election early? – Toronto Star”

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Why this N.Z. farmer gave up his semi-automatic rifle after the mosque shootings – CBC.ca

New Zealand farmer John Hart has been a legal gun owner for nearly two decades — but on Sunday, he turned his semi-automatic rifle over to the police to be destroyed. It’s something Prime Minister Jacinda Adern has encouraged New Zealanders to do as she prepares to introduce stricter gun laws next week in response … Continue reading “Why this N.Z. farmer gave up his semi-automatic rifle after the mosque shootings – CBC.ca”

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Federal budget 2019: The Liberals’ mortgage plan is bad news for the economy – and it might not even help home buyers – The Globe and Mail

Open this photo in gallery Copies of the 2019 budget booklet are stacked at a lockup session with experts and reporters in Ottawa on Tuesday, March 19, 2019. Fred Chartrand/The Canadian Press The federal government named its new budget “Investing in the Middle Class,” and in many ways, the pre-election plan lives up to that … Continue reading “Federal budget 2019: The Liberals’ mortgage plan is bad news for the economy – and it might not even help home buyers – The Globe and Mail”

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Canadian Government Vows to Take Equity Position in Homes Purchased by First Time Buyers

With national home sales falling to a 10 year low in February and the home price index slipping into negative territory, the risk of a near two decade long housing bull market coming to an end was enough to scare the Trudeau Government into action. In the latest budget, the Trudeau Government announced it will […]

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Who is Ian Shugart, the man who will replace Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick? – National Post

OTTAWA — Ian Shugart, the man tapped to replace Michael Wernick as Canada’s top civil servant after Wernick’s resignation on Monday in the wake of the SNC-Lavalin scandal, is a longtime public servant who once served in Brian Mulroney’s Tory government. He has served as deputy minister of Foreign Affairs since 2016, and has also … Continue reading “Who is Ian Shugart, the man who will replace Privy Council clerk Michael Wernick? – National Post”

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Braid: A $60,000 transfer overshadows Alberta’s throne speech – Calgary Herald

EDMONTON — Monday’s throne speech from the NDP was a typical blurt of government self-worship, but the political circumstances around it are truly unique. Only a few hours before the lieutenant-governor started reading, Maclean’s dropped a story detailing a $60,000 cash transfer to Cameron Davies, money that he says was then supposed to be donated … Continue reading “Braid: A $60,000 transfer overshadows Alberta’s throne speech – Calgary Herald”

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Fire forces evacuations at Toronto’s Pearson airport – CTV News

Some passengers had to be evacuated from Toronto’s Pearson International Airport after a fire on Sunday evening. Peel Regional Police said on Twitter at around 7:30 p.m. that they had received no reports of injuries after a fire, and that the blaze had been extinguished. “A significant amount of water and smoke exist,” police said. … Continue reading “Fire forces evacuations at Toronto’s Pearson airport – CTV News”

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