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Premiers Christy Clark of B.C. and Alison Redford of Alberta. Premiers Christy Clark of B.C. and Alison Redford of Alberta.
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Two Sasakatoon high schools and the Shaw Centre are on lockdown while Saskatoon police investigate a report of a boy possibly armed with a gun.
9 hrs ago | CBC News
Radio-Canada's investigative program EnquAate has discovered that the practice of offering cash-stuffed envelopes to politicians in Laval dates back decades, with former a PQ premier adding his personal story to the growing collection.
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14 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
Finance Minister Charles Sousa says he fought against a proposed Mississauga plant before being elected as an MPP in 2007 and held that position in opposition to his own government, until the plant was cancelled.
16 hrs ago | AdelaideNow...
EVEN if Tony Abbott were caught streaking naked down Collins Street in Melbourne the Coalition would probably still win the looming election, former Federal Treasurer Peter Costello says.
17 hrs ago | Sofia News Agency
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev asked the Socialists to form a coalition Cabinet after ex-Premier Boyko Borissov, the winner of May 12 elections , rejected the offer as he lacks sufficient parliamentary support.
19 hrs ago | Canada.com
Prime Minister Stephen Harper will stand with four of Canada's closest friends in the Americas on Thursday as they work to knock down walls and become one of the world's premier trading blocs: the Pacific Alliance.
21 hrs ago | EKathimerini
Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny was expected in Athens on Thursday for a meeting with Greece's government leader Antonis Samaras.
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The leader of British Columbia's New Democrats plans to stay on as head of the Opposition while launching a sweeping review of his party's failed election campaign.
Senator Beth Marshall has asked the Senate Rules committee to look the compensation she receives for her Senate duties.
Dr Napthine met with Ford representatives yesterday and was told there was nothing either the Victorian or federal governments could do to change their decision, he said.
In this March 17, 2013 file photo, China's newly-named Premier Li Keqiang speaks during a press conference after the closing ceremony of the National People's Congress held in Beijing's Great Hall of the People.
Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith took to the podium to run through her speech during a dress rehearsal for her leader's dinner on Tuesday at the BMO Centre.
THE State Government will continue to pour money into education before the state election with infrastructure for schools to get a boost in tomorrow's State Budget.
BC Liberal leader Christy Clark prepares to cast her ballot during advanced voting in Burnaby, B.C. Wednesday, May 8, 2013.
China's premier began a two-day visit to Pakistan on Wednesday by praising the relationship between the two Asian powers in glowing terms.