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Ont. Tories ready to ‘move on’ after Brown gives up leadership bid: interim leader

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 08:22 AM PST

Ontario PC interim leader Vic Fedeli.A day after the former leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives gave up his bid to reclaim his job, the party’s interim leader says they are ready to move on. In a news conference Tuesday morning, Vic Fedeli appeared set on distancing the party from the controversy surrounding Patrick Brown’s resignation and his short-lived campaign to […]

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PM’s India trip sparks flurry of written questions from opposition MPs

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 08:00 AM PST

In a development that will surprise no one with even a passing familiarity with either the parliamentary system or the practice of partisan politics therein, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's slow-motion-car-crash tour of India has already inspired opposition MPs to submit no fewer than eight written questions to the House order paper. Depending on what new […]

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The Sprout: Farmers urge Ottawa to #MoveOurGrain

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 08:00 AM PST

Good day and welcome to the Sprout, where your host couldn’t help but chuckle about this woman with a cat in her vent – that isn’t actually her cat. Now, here’s today’s agriculture news. We start with another burgeoning grain transportation crisis. Transportation Minister Marc Garneau refused to say Monday whether he plans to take additional steps […]

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The Drilldown: Storm causes unprecedented Arctic temperature spike

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 07:53 AM PST

Welcome to your Tuesday Drilldown. An improbable heat surge has caused temperatures to rapidly rise in the North Pole to 30 degrees Celsius above normal, pushing the temperature as high as two degrees Celsius in some places. This is usually the coldest time of year in the North Pole as the sun won't rise until […]

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Are Prairie farmers on the brink of the Great Grain Crisis 2.0?

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 06:45 AM PST

Canadian grain farmers are warning they’re on the brink of another rail transportation backlog in light of new industry figures that say Canada’s two Class I railways are falling behind on grain car orders. Farmers are mobilizing. We are a strong voice when we come together. It’s time we get acknowledged for the dollars and […]

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Ontario health minister resigns to lead discussion on national pharmacare plan

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 06:09 AM PST

OTTAWA — Tuesday’s federal budget will establish a national advisory group with former Ontario health minister Eric Hoskins at the helm that will work towards setting up a Canada-wide pharmacare plan, sources say. Hoskins himself dropped a major clue about the no-longer-so-secret plan Monday when he abruptly resigned both his cabinet position and his seat in the provincial […]

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On today’s committee agenda: Precinct spending plans, the state of Canada’s museums and NATO

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 05:00 AM PST

As the capital counts down the hours before Finance Minister Bill Morneau lifts the curtain on the annual federal budget, House Speaker Geoff Regan will provide MPs with a probationary preview of planned expenditures within the parliamentary precinct itself when he drops by PROCEDURE AND HOUSE AFFAIRS to discuss the latest interim estimates this morning. […]

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Lobbyists, advocates descend on the Hill ahead of budget reveal

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 04:00 AM PST

ON THE PARLIAMENTARY AGENDA As is tradition in the hours leading up to the federal budget reveal — which, as iPolitics AM reports, will take place shortly after 4 p.m. EDT — the Commons chamber will follow its regular programming schedule right up until the moment that Finance Minister Bill Morneau stands up to deliver […]

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Morning Brief: Budget Day and Smear Campaigns

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 03:58 AM PST

Today's Morning Brief is brought to you by The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.

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Horgan’s white flag cartoon

Posted: 27 Feb 2018 02:59 AM PST

Cartoon by Malcolm Mayes

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