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Alberta announces major expansion of trade offices in U.S., India, Brazil
Premier Alison Redford announced Friday the government will open six new international offices in the next two years.
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First Nations chief asks to meet B.C. premier over pipelines
Members of the Gitxsan First Nation blockade a CN railroad track in Kitwanga, B.C., between Terrace and Smithers, on Wednesday, Jan.
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Globe and Mail
Premier Christy Clark maps out ambitious early agenda
Premier Christy Clark sits with her son, Hamish, at the Vancouver airport in Richmond, B.C., before leaving on a holiday together Premier Christy Clark sits with her son, Hamish, at the Vancouver airport in Richmond, B.C., before leaving on a holiday together Premier Christy Clark said a number of her caucus members have offered to step aside so ... (more)
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MHAs trade personal shots in House
Opposition House Leader Andrew Parsons sparked a tense exchange with Finance Minister Jerome Kennedy on the floor of the House of Assembly Thursday, when Parsons wanted to know about the fallout from government cuts to the Justice Department.
Fri May 17, 2013
Maple Ridge News
Election 'all about the economy'
By Phil Melnychuk - Maple Ridge News Published: May 17, 2013 10:00 AM Updated: May 17, 2013 10:24 AM The Liberal strategy was clear, said Doug Bing, currently a Pitt Meadows councillor and now a new MLA who just stole the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows riding from the NDP in Tuesday's election.
Globe and Mail
Premier Kathleen Wynne, Paul Godfrey had different visions
Paul Godfrey says he wishes his departure as head of the OLG could have been smoother.
Should we bring our founder home?
IN the past three months they've found the bones of King Richard III and unearthed Alfred the Great, so some in Britain think the mood is right to exhume Australia's founding father and return him for a state funeral.
Bulgarian parliament convenes Tuesday
Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev said Friday that he will convene the nation's newly elected Parliament next week to begin trying to form a government, a task complicated by the refusal of three parties to enter a coalition with the former governing party which has the most seats.
'No:' Elijah Harper, who scuttled Meech Lake, dies at age 64
Elijah Harper, who became a symbol of power for Canadian aboriginals when he helped scuttle the Meech Lake constitutional accord, has died.
Wynne responds to NDP demands
Ontario's governing Liberals will table their first budget under Premier Kathleen Wynne on Thursday afternoon.
Moncton's Apex Industries attracts $2.25M in funding
The federal and provincial governments offered $2.25 million to Moncton's Apex Industries Inc.
The Globe and Mail
Five leadership lessons from Christy Clark's surprise victory
Premier-elect and B.C. Liberal Leader Christy Clark on election night in Vancouver, May 14, 2013.
Thu May 16, 2013
Ex-premier's son rescued
Islamabad: Ali Haider Gilani, son of Pakistan's Former prime minister Yousaf Raza Gilani, was rescued in an operation in Akora Khattak of Nowshera in Pakistan yesterday.
Globe and Mail
Nova Scotia Premier bristles over Harper's 'disingenuous' job grant
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Wife is 'broken' after test drive death
A woman places flowers in front of Tim Bosma's home in Ancaster, Ont., Wednesday, May 15 2013.
Nunavut Premier welcomes Arctic Council's new leadership
Leona Aglukkaq, Nunavut MP - and minister responsible for the Arctic Council, arrives May 15 at the city hall in Kiruna, Sweden for the Arctic Council's ministerial meeting.
Premier Wynne addresses region's issues
The premier came to town and didn't shy away from some of the northern municipalities' biggest issues.
Redford looks for relationship reset with B.C. premier
Alberta Premier Alison Redford congratulated British Columbia Premier Christy Clark Wednesday after Clark's surprise election victory late Tuesday night - a win that could have long-lasting implications for Alberta's ability to export oil and for Redford's own Canadian Energy Strategy.
Wed May 15, 2013
Pollsters scramble to explain how polls could be so wrong in three provinces
Canada's pollsters have struck out and are now scrambling to explain how their predictions in three consecutive provincial elections turned out to be so wildly wrong.
Senate appointment set Duffy loose as high-profile Conservative fundraiser
Within days of being sworn into office as a Conservative senator on Jan. 26, 2009, former broadcaster Mike Duffy began making waves with a series of ribald partisan barbs aimed at various detractors of his patron, Prime Minister Stephen Harper.