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The Drilldown: Ottawa open to new Trans Mountain partner if Kinder Morgan bails

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 08:09 AM PDT

CANADIAN PRESS/Jonathan HaywardThe federal government believes that a different energy company might be willing to step in if Kinder Morgan were to walk away from the Trans Mountain project. While working with Kinder Morgan is still Ottawa's preferred option, the Texas-based company's dwindling belief in the viability of the project has forced the federal government to consider […]

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The Sprout: Happy times on the Hill, not on the rails

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 07:57 AM PDT

Good morning and welcome to the Sprout where it’s 4/20, so even though there will be no House of Commons proceedings today, I’ve got a funny feeling there’s still going to be some happenings at the Hill. Here's today's agriculture news. We start with the latest on the Canadian Pacific Railway. iPolitics’ Kelsey Johnson learned yesterday that […]

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Nuttall puts rumours to rest, announces he will seek re-election in 2019

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 05:29 AM PDT

Alex NutallConservative MP Alex Nuttall put rumours to rest Friday, announcing that he won't run provincially and he will be seeking re-election in 2019. “I wanted to end any uncertainty and chatter…and say that I’m going to focus on the federal side and recommit to a 2019 run,” Nuttall said at Mom’s Restaurant in Barrie.  Nuttall, who […]

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Morning Brief: No pipeline, no railroad, no fun

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 04:03 AM PDT

Today's Morning Brief is brought to you by the Canadian Music Publishers Association.

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Kinder Morgan Surprise cartoon

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 03:38 AM PDT

Cartoon by Bruce MacKinnon

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Ford’s promised meeting with integrity commissioner hasn’t happened

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 02:00 AM PDT

After telling reporters in March he would meet with Ontario’s integrity commissioner within days, Doug Ford has yet to make that meeting happen. A month ago Ford told reporters he would be erecting a wall between his political life and his family-owned company by putting his company — Deco Labels & Tags — into a trust. At the […]

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‘Spying bill’ amended to dodge Canadian complicity in torture abroad

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 01:45 AM PDT

The committee charged with studying the government’s sweeping new spying bill made a change Thursday that will help Canada avoid complicity in torture perpetrated abroad. The Liberal amendment, which was brought forward during a clause by clause of Bill C-59 Thursday, enshrines in law a ministerial directive to national security agencies. That directive tells agencies not […]

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Much left to fight for beyond legalization, say activists marking 4-20

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 01:35 AM PDT

In this April 20, 2016, file photo, people smoke marijuana during a 4/20 cannabis culture rally in Toronto. (Mark Blinch/The Canadian Press via AP, File)TORONTO — Cannabis activists say although this year’s 4-20 celebrations across the country will likely be the last before recreational pot use becomes legal, there’s still a lot to fight for. The federal government has committed to making marijuana legal by the summer, but the task of regulating the sale and consumption of the drug has […]

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B.C. communities await marine spill compensation years after incidents

Posted: 20 Apr 2018 12:00 AM PDT

VANCOUVER — Despite “polluter pay” laws in Canada, local governments and agencies are still waiting to recover costs incurred during two significant fuel spills off British Columbia’s coast. The City of Vancouver and Vancouver Aquarium are collectively waiting on nearly $700,000 in losses related to a 2015 leak of bunker fuel, while the Heiltsuk Nation in Bella Bellla continues negotiating over $200,000 […]

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Tory unity must have room for Bernier despite book, strategist says

Posted: 19 Apr 2018 11:00 PM PDT

OTTAWA — A Montreal strategist says the Conservative party was wise not to publicly shame MP Maxime Bernier for a now-stalled book that accuses Andrew Scheer of pandering to “fake Conservatives” in the Quebec dairy lobby during last year’s leadership race. The controversy over the book, which has since been pulled from publication, won’t leave the party with […]

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