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3 hrs ago |

Harper: Hard line on Hamas, Russia and China

An unflinching Prime Minister Stephen Harper doubled down Wednesday with his government's hard line on Hamas, Russia and Chinese cyberattacks.


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7 hrs ago | International Business Times

Canada's Anti-Prostitution Law Soon: Critics Call it Draconian

Canada's Foreign Minister John Baird speaks to the media before a working lunch with Japan's Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida at the Iikura Guest House in Tokyo July 28, 2014.


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11 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

Rob Ford nemesis, police Chief Bill Blair, losing job when contract expires

Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair listens as former Supreme Court of Canada justice Frank Iacobucci delivers his report on the use of lethal force by Toronto Police during a press conference in Toronto on Thursday, July 24, 2014.


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15 hrs ago | Vancouver Sun

Ontario First Nations prepared to lay down their lives to protect lands: chiefs

Aboriginal people in Ontario are prepared to lay down their lives to protect their traditional lands from any unwanted development, a group of First Nations chiefs said Tuesday.

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19 hrs ago |

Anita Stewart shines spotlight on country's bounty with Food Day Canada

A P.E.I. lobster supper is pictured in a file photo. Stewart has worked tirelessly over 30 years to raise the profile of Canada's culinary identity and her efforts have netted her an Order of Canada.

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Related Topix: North America, World News, Dining, Life, Food, Canada, Bar-B-Q, Recipes

Yesterday | International Business Times

Canada Claims Good Progress in EU Trade Pact Despite Germany's Defiant Postures

Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks during Question Period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa June 12, 2014.


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Tue Jul 29, 2014


In rare move, Canada accuses Chinese of trying to hack govt network

Canada on Tuesday took the unusual step of singling out Chinese hackers for attacking a key computer network and lodged a protest with Beijing, raising tensions at a time when Ottawa wants to boost oil sales to China.

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Related Topix: North America, World News, Computer Security, Science / Technology, Computers, Canada, Stephen Harper

Revelstoke Times Review

Ottawa follows B.C.'s treaty 'stepping stones'

The federal government has responded to the strengthening of aboriginal title in B.C. by following the province's lead and focusing on resource use agreements rather than full-scale treaties that have been slow and expensive to negotiate.


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Brandon Sun

Canadian, U.S. governments to announce plans for Detroit-Windsor bridge

Lisa Raitt speaks as Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, left, listens during the announcement the United States State Department issued a key permit to build a second bridge linking the United States and Canada from Detroit to Windsor, Ontario during a news conference in Detroit.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

Canada plans new sanctions against Russia over aggression in Ukraine

The federal government says it will impose new sanctions against Russia in coming days over Moscow's support of rebel groups in Ukraine.


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The Globe and Mail

PEI beaver 'still at large,' blamed for felling tree that damaged tourists' car

A beaver is shown in a file photo. Police say a beaver is to blame for felling a tree that collapsed onto a car driven by Quebec tourists in Prince Edward Island on Saturday.

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Hemel Online

Travel: Canada's big skies, big fish and a wild west dream

Mention Canada and most people immediately think of a trip through the Rockies from Calgary to Vancouver - but In the first of two features about one of the Commonwealth country's lesser known provinces, travel writer Alan Wooding enjoys all that the prairie state of Saskatchewan has to offer.

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The Compass

Bail hearings set for two of four people charged in robbery Photo

Four people who police believe were responsible for a series of robberies in St. John's and Mount Pearl over the weekend were back in provincial court in St. John's Monday.


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The Montreal Gazette

No more mouth-to-mouth: CPR recommendations should be tweaked, expert suggests

Dr. Anthony Ho says that when CPR guidelines were updated in 2010 a step that is probably needed was taken out.


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Barriere Star Journal

B.C. premier offers support to Israel

Premier Christy Clark has aligned herself and British Columbia with Israel in a letter to a Jewish-Canadian advocacy group in which she says the province can be "counted as a friend."


Related Topix: Israel, World News, Middle East, Canada, North America

Mon Jul 28, 2014

Brandon Sun

Patti-Kay Hamilton of N.W.T. wins $6,000 CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize

Patti-Kay Hamilton of Fort Smith, N.W.T., has won this year's English-language CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize.

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Regina Leader Post

Political debate over marijuana legalization heats up

MANUFACTURING MARIJUANA STEPS. STEP 7: REMOVE BUDS. The buds are removed from the stem and rest of the plant is destroyed.

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Vancouver Sun

Failure not an option; Harper may need to compromise to get European trade deal

It's an open question whether Canada needs a free trade deal with Europe, but it is more certain that the Harper government does.

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Brandon Sun

Bank of Canada erases mountain ID from $10 bill after questions raised

The central bank had claimed that its new plastic $10 bank notes included an image of majestic Mount Edith Cavell, a prominent peak in the Canadian Rockies south of Jasper, Alta.


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Prince George Citizen

Mall construction boom is fuelled by the tastes of Canada's wealthiest

While big box retailers like Target have struggled to get a foothold in Canadian markets, demand for luxury retailers is strong and fuelling massive expansion projects at shopping malls across the country.


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