Andrew Scheer’s climate plan speaks to a smaller audience: Conservatives
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Andrew Scheer’s climate plan speaks to a smaller audience: Conservatives

When Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer laid out his party’s environmental plan on Wednesday, he was speaking mainly to Conservative voters — an audience quite different from the one…

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Andrew Scheer’s climate plan leaves a lot to voters’ imaginations
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Andrew Scheer’s climate plan leaves a lot to voters’ imaginations

Presenting the Conservative Party’s climate platform on Wednesday, Andrew Scheer exulted over the document’s length and weight. “Sixty pages,” he said, holding the document aloft. “Eleven thousand words.” It…

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Trudeau prepares to talk trade, China with Trump today in Washington
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Trudeau prepares to talk trade, China with Trump today in Washington

The Trudeau government believes that it’s in a relatively benign moment of its complicated relationship with the Trump administration, with both sides pulling in the same direction on…

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Canada passes new law cracking down on animal cruelty, bestiality
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Canada passes new law cracking down on animal cruelty, bestiality

Parliament has passed a new law cracking down on animal cruelty that will list those convicted of bestiality on Canada’s national sex offenders registry. Bill C-84 also changes wording…

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Fixes to no-fly list system coming in 2020, government says
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Fixes to no-fly list system coming in 2020, government says

The Liberal government is promising to have a redress system for those falsely flagged as being on the ‘no-fly list’ in place next year, now that its massive national…

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Indigenous group erects wigwam opposite Parliament in protest over future of former U.S. embassy
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Indigenous group erects wigwam opposite Parliament in protest over future of former U.S. embassy

Members of the Algonquin Anishinabeg Nation have erected a wigwam in front of the former U.S. embassy opposite Parliament Hill in an effort to draw attention to a lack of consultation…

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Andrew Scheer unveils climate plan promising ‘green technology, not taxes’
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Andrew Scheer unveils climate plan promising ‘green technology, not taxes’

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer unveiled a plan for the environment Wednesday that he said would meet Canada’s emissions reduction targets while eliminating the current federal carbon tax regime.…

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Conservatives rally around Cooper over ‘goat herder’ controversy, as Trudeau attacks
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Conservatives rally around Cooper over ‘goat herder’ controversy, as Trudeau attacks

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer needs to address intolerance in his party after one of his opposition MPs was accused of being disrespectful…

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High-profile Quebec environmentalist to run for federal Liberals in key Montreal riding
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High-profile Quebec environmentalist to run for federal Liberals in key Montreal riding

One of Quebec’s leading environmentalists, Steven Guilbeault, will run for the Liberals in the next federal election, sources have told CBC News. Guilbeault, best known as one of the founders…

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Mexico becomes 1st country to ratify ‘new NAFTA’ trade deal
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Mexico becomes 1st country to ratify ‘new NAFTA’ trade deal

Mexico on Wednesday became the first country to ratify the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement agreed late last year to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement at the behest…

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