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JOHANNESBURG -- The memorial service for former South African President Nelson Mandela on Tuesday is poised to be one of the largest such gatherings in generations with tens of thousands of local mourners and dozens of foreign leaders expected.
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This past week, the second session of theforty-first parliament was opened by the Throne Speech , which traditionally outlined the government's objectives going forward.
Leaders from around the world will soon be arriving in South Africa to pay their respects to anti-apartheid hero Nelson Mandela as tributes continue, leading up to a state funeral planned for next weekend.
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Dimitri Soudas speaks at Canadian Olympic Committee's opening press conference in London on July 27, 2012.
The Prime Minister's Office says three former PMs have confirmed they will accompany Stephen Harper to South Africa to pay final respects to Nelson Mandela.
It's a day of reflection in Ottawa as federal politicians look back on the life of Nelson Mandela, who died Thursday at age 95. Mandela was remembered in all-party statements in the House of Commons on Thursday a short time after his death was announced.
A year after Prime Minister Stephen Harper introduced grittier foreign takeover rules and declared Canada "open for business," Canadian premiers and business leaders say the changes have created a chilling effect that is scaring off desperately needed foreign investment and damaging the economy.
Fourteen young women who were killed in Canada's worst mass shooting were remembered on Friday amid repeated calls for more to be done to eradicate violence against women.
Stephen Harper has ordered government bureaucrats back to the drawing board to craft a more expansive international claim for seabed riches in the Arctic after the proposed submission they showed him failed to include the geographic North Pole, The Globe and Mail has learned.
First lady Michelle Obama hosted military families for the first viewing of the decorations and demonstrated holiday crafts and treats for military children.
The world is mourning the loss of civil rights hero Nelson Mandela, who died today at the age of 95 The former South African president was imprisoned for 27 years but ultimately inspired his people to cast off apartheid and led them on a peaceful transformation.
Premier Kathleen Wynne has emerged from a meeting with Stephen Harper satisfied that she has the prime minister's ear on a massive mineral development in northern Ontario.
A national anti-abortion group is helping sell memberships in the Conservative Party of Canada in the hopes of nominating pro-life candidates for the 2015 federal election.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper said some rules were broken in the Lac-Megantic runaway train disaster, but he rejected opposition accusations Thursday that his government had ignored warning signs that led to the fatal tragedy.
Senator Gerald Comeau, a proud Acadian from Nova Scotia and Senator David Braley of Hamilton have both resigned from the Senate Both said they resigned to spend more time with their families, and of course their departure had nothing to do with the expense scandal raging in the Senate now.