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The political debate over marijuana legalization in Canada could soon intensify, following a New York Times editorial that calls for the U.S. federal government to repeal its 44-year ban on pot.
Five First Nations leaders in Ontario say their people are prepared to lay down their lives to protect their traditional lands.
The Canadian military is looking for an air defence system to protect its VIP aircraft, including the one used by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, from surface-to-air missiles.
Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper, right, and his Australian counterpart Tony Abbott shake hands at a joint news conference on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on June 9, 2014.
Leonard Wrightman, a 90-year-old veteran who was a pilot during World War Two, looks through old documents and photographs from the war, at his home in Keswick, Ontario, on Sunday, July 27, 2014.
Jason Kenney Canada's Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and Multiculturalism stands on stage with a Chinese opera performer during a Chinese New Year celebration on Sunday February 17, 2013.
If a different government emerges after next year's election, a long list of priorities await it.
Before it was the Commonwealth Games, it was the Empire Games, and Vancouver was the site 60 years ago this week.
A Senate committee is debating what - if any - sanction to level against a Quebec Conservative who was found to have breached parts of the upper chamber's conflict-of-interest code.
A spokesman for Prime Minister Stephen Harper dismisses accusations from the opposition parties and others that the government is erasing the late feminist icon Therese Casgrain from Canada's public history.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper and European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso met at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels to sign an 'agreement in principle' last October.
A Jewish activist group described by some critics as ultra-nationalist and radical is setting up a branch in Montreal.
Nigel Wright, former chief of staff to Prime Minister Stephen Harper , has returned to Onex Corp. , Canada's largest private-equity firm.
The road to a majority government in the next federal election for the Conservatives goes through Quebec, the only province where there's ample room to offset any potential losses in British Columbia and Atlantic Canada, say former senior Conservative Hill staffers and party strategists.
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OTTAWA Government spin doctors appear to have been spared from the feds' campaign to make major cuts from a bloated federal public service.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 03:16 am
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