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Quebec corruption inquiry resumes with ex-construction boss set to take stand

MONTREAL - A powerful former construction magnate could finally take the stand when Quebec's corruption inquiry returns today from its summer break....

posted: September 2,2014





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Teachers' strike cancels first day of school for B.C.'s public school students

VANCOUVER - It's back to class today for students across most of Canada — the exception being...

Applications up, approvals slow for Health Canada medical marijuana licences

OTTAWA - The number of Canadian firms applying for lucrative medical marijuana licences has topped...

Parents scrambling for daycare spaces as B.C. teachers' strike delays school

VANCOUVER - Daycare operators in British Columbia are scrambling to keep up with increased demand...

Mulcair has harsh words for Harper, Trudeau at Labour Day Parade in Toronto

TORONTO - Thousands of people marched Monday in Toronto's annual Labour Day Parade to show their...

Left-wing think-tank targeted for tax audit because its research shows 'bias'

OTTAWA - A left-leaning think-tank was targeted by the Canada Revenue Agency for a political-...

What the US military wants for missile defence: multi-use sensors in the Arctic

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. - American military officials have shed some light on what Canada...





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