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Trudeau still not talking terror case
OTTAWA - Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau still won't say if his defence of Canadian citizenship would apply to Hiva Alizadeh, a dual citizen convicted on terrorism charges this week.
Petro Poroshenko: 'I am thankful to Canada'
Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko says he's thankful to Canada for its support as Ukraine edges closer to the West. Poroshenko is on an official visit to Canada and spoke to Parliament.
Sun News : Trudeau blasted over citizenship comments
Immigration and Citizenship Minister Chris Alexander blasted Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau for saying Canadians with dual citizenship should not be stripped of their citizenship if they go overseas to fight with ISIS.
Doug Ford Intends To Join Mayoral Race, Rob Ford Drops Out
Rob Ford has withdrawn from the Toronto Mayoral race, but his brother Doug Ford intends to take his place, according to multiple reports.
According to Now Magazine's Jonathan Goldsbie, Ford spokesman Jeff Silverstein attempted to file paperwork to...
Philippine Bill Would Give Muslims Autonomy
MANILA — President Benigno S. Aquino III on Wednesday submitted a draft law to the Philippine Congress that would create a self-governed, predominantly Muslim autonomous region in the country’s south, a key step in peace talks meant to end more than four
Canada enables the sickness of the reserves
Pundits have spilled barrels of ink and politicians have spewed torrents of words on murdered and missing aboriginal women. None have addressed the root cause, which is too uncomfortable. The simple, horrible truth is that the rest of us, the 98 per cent
Tories blasted for ‘Nixonian’ tactics
Federal Conservatives are employing agents provocateur who actively try to instigate a miscue at rival parties’ events, secretly record it and then leak it to the media.
Ex-Governor McDonnell and Wife Convicted After Corruption Trial
RICHMOND, Va. — Former Gov. Bob McDonnell of Virginia and his wife, Maureen, were convicted of corruption in federal court on Thursday, after a trial that halted the political ascent of the one-time Republican star and peeled back the couple’s private lif
Swedish election breaks immigration taboo
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Swedish anti-immigration party is likely to score its best ever general election result this month, as a growing number of voters question the cost of the country's open door asylum
Key Cleric in Egypt Rejects Executions
CAIRO — In a rare official rebuke, Egypt’s highest Muslim religious authority refused to approve death sentences imposed by a court on senior leaders of the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood, saying that the case lacked evidence, court officials said on Thursda
Alison Redford, former Alberta premier, resigns as MLA
Alison Redford is resigning as MLA for Calgary-Elbow "to start the next chapter of my life," making the announcement one day before the auditor general of Alberta releases of a special report on the expenses of her office while she was premier.
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