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Monday, December 4, 2017

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Who’s afraid of free trade with China?

Posted: 04 Dec 2017 08:24 AM PST

There are Canadians who believe that in promoting broader and deeper ties in our commercial relationship with China, we risk compromising our national interests. I say the reverse is true. If we do not seize this moment to update and strengthen our trading and investment relations with China, we limit opportunities for enhancing the prosperity of […]

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Harassment caveman

Posted: 04 Dec 2017 06:45 AM PST

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Feds willing to give more pot tax revenue to provinces to help municipalities

Posted: 04 Dec 2017 05:25 AM PST

THE CANADIAN PRESS — The Trudeau government is willing to give provinces and territories a bigger share of the revenue from a federal excise tax on cannabis, provided that the extra money is devoted to helping municipalities cope with the impact of legalizing recreational pot. The feds have proposed giving provincial and territorial governments half of […]

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Morning Brief: PM gauging Chinese appetite for trade

Posted: 04 Dec 2017 03:48 AM PST

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iPolitics AM: Tories challenge Liberal MPs to back ISIS fighter prosecution, condemn Khadr payment

Posted: 04 Dec 2017 02:32 AM PST

Good morning! After wrapping  up the first full day of his visit to China at a dinner hosted by Chinese Premier Li Keqiang in the Great Hall of the People, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will kick off Day Two with back-to-back roundtable chats, starting with a session with supporters and participants with the Educating Girls […]

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How egg farming attracts new farmers and keeps communities vibrant

Posted: 04 Dec 2017 02:00 AM PST

What is Sponsor-Generated content? Click here. About a hundred and twenty-six kilometers east of Saskatoon, you'll find Lanigan, Saskatchewan—home to just over 1,000 Canadians. One of them is Andrew Monchuk, whose farm could not embody the idea of a family farm more. Andrew, his mom, and his dad all work on the farm. So do […]

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Quebec’s female MNAs reveal experiencing sexual misconduct

Posted: 03 Dec 2017 03:31 PM PST

QUEBEC — Powerful women who rise to the top level of Quebec provincial politics are not spared from sexual misconduct and harassment, The Canadian Press has learned. In the wake of the #MeToo movement that is raising awareness of sexual harassment, the 37 female members of the national assembly were asked to discuss their own […]

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Couillard supports of Davie shipyard workers as layoffs looms

Posted: 03 Dec 2017 02:51 PM PST

QUEBEC — In a rare show of political unity, Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard was joined by his political opponents as he attended a protest in support of workers at the Davie shipyard near Quebec City on Sunday. The protest was organized by union leaders and the shipyard’s owner to call on the federal government to […]

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Defence chief: cost a key factor in peacekeeping mission choice

Posted: 03 Dec 2017 02:40 PM PST

Canada’s top general says he is not in a rush to start sending Canadian peacekeepers out the door, and he indicated that money will a key consideration when officials sit down to look at potential missions. Chief of defence staff Gen. Jonathan Vance’s comments come a few weeks after the Trudeau government took another step […]

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What We’re Watching: Trudeau to China, Tories to force ISIS fighters vote

Posted: 03 Dec 2017 02:13 PM PST

1) PM kicks off tour of China Any time any moderately high-profile Canadian politician heads to China on an official visit, it reignites the debate over the best way to balance trade interests with concerns over human rights. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's latest extended trek through the country is no exception. Should Trudeau speak out […]

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