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Trudeau hired nanny under temporary foreign worker program
ustin Trudeau made two applications to bring foreign nannies into Canada to look after his children, before he became leader of the Liberal Party and a vocal critic of the temporary foreign worker program, which he blames for driving down wages and displa
Trudeau accused of pushing, elbowing opposition MPs in House
Tensions in the House of Commons were high Wednesday as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pushed through a group of MPs, leading to a shouting match with NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair and accusations that the prime minister elbowed an MP in the chest.
Calling out Liberal rhetoric is already getting tiresome
Justin Trudeau preaches openness, then turns around and stamps out opposition efforts to publicly scrutinize Canadian arms sales to foreign regimes such as Saudi Arabia. Governing can be ugly, and principle can pretty quickly go out the window.
Mike Duffy cleared of all 31 charges of fraud, breach of trust
Justice Charles Vaillancourt has dismissed 31 charges against Mike Duffy related to the senator's living and travel expenses and contracts with consultants, part of a 308-page judgment summary on 31 charges of fraud, bribery and breach of trust laid by th
Impeachment vote nears in Brazil amid pushing, yelling
BRASILIA, Brazil (AP) — Impeachment proceedings against Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff neared a decisive vote on Sunday with pro- and anti-government legislators yelling and shoving while thousands of demonstrators for and against the leader rallied o
Feds made 5,670 privacy breaches last year; CRA worst offender
New documents show that the private information of tens of thousands of people was mishandled by the federal government last year, including hundreds of taxpayer files inappropriately accessed by employees of the Canada Revenue Agency, which was the worst
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