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Wolverine's Status Change To Threatened Species Thwarted By Western United States Wildlife Agencies Interested In Fur : Science : University Herald
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services proposed to protect wolverines, which inhabit Alaska, Canada, and colder regions of the continental United States including parts of Utah, Montana, Idaho, California, Colorado, Wyoming, Oregon, and Washington, in Febru
Harper thanks Nigel Wright for ethics help in hockey book
This may require a little prime ministerial stickhandling. Stephen J. Harper, hockey author, relied for ethical advice on the same former senior staffer he now says is solely responsible for an ethics scandal rattling his Conservative government.
Sun News kills Ford Nation TV show after one episode
Ford Nation, a new show hosted by Rob and Doug Ford that was announced only last Thursday and debuted Monday night, was too expensive, difficult to produce, says Kory Teneycke, the vice-president of Sun News.
Rand Paul admits his plagiarism 'is my fault'
WASHINGTON — After facing accusations of plagiarism in speeches, an article and one of his books, Sen. Rand Paul said Tuesday through a spokesman that he made mistakes in crediting sources and has set up a new system for vetting his work.
Senate votes to suspend Brazeau, Duffy, Wallin
The Senate flexed its muscle Tuesday and in an unprecedented move tossed three of its members — Senators Mike Duffy, Pamela Wallin and Patrick Brazeau — out of the chamber, cutting their salaries and use of office resources. Follow our live coverage.
PMO spent $8.2-million last year, up 7%
According to the Public Accounts of Canada, tabled Wednesday, the Prime Minister's Office spent $8.2-million in 2012-13 on staff, communications and other costs
BREAKING: Toronto police have Rob Ford crack video
Toronto Police Chief Bill Blair says investigators have recovered a digital video file that depicts Mayor Rob Ford and is “consistent with what had been previously described in various media reports.”
Harper points to Mulcair's legal fees paid by party
After days of being on the defensive over an alleged coverup to repay Mike Duffy's ineligible expense claims, Prime Minister Stephen Harper found something to pin on the leader of the Opposition during question period on Wednesday.
Nunavut election day on Monday
The people of Nunavut will go to the polls on Monday for just the fourth time in the territory's history, to elect the 22 people who will be their next Members of the Legislative Assembly.
Patrick Brazeau says he was offered 'backroom deal'
In a dramatic moment during a Senate debate over his suspension without pay, Senator Patrick Brazeau said he was offered what he called a "backroom deal" by the government leader of the Senate Friday morning.
Pamela Wallin's lawyer threatens Senate legal action
Senator Pamela Wallin is preparing to fight a bid by her former party to have her suspended without pay — a gambit her lawyer calls an affront to Canadian democracy designed to help the Conservatives change the channel.
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