Ottawa MP broke rules endorsing husband for council
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Ottawa MP broke rules endorsing husband for council

Canada’s ethics commissioner says Liberal MP Anita Vandenbeld shouldn’t have made robocalls encouraging voters to elect her husband to Ottawa city council last fall. Some Bay ward residents complained to…

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The Pollcast: How P.E.I.’s experiment with minority rule is going
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The Pollcast: How P.E.I.’s experiment with minority rule is going

Politics in Prince Edward Island changed dramatically back in April, when the Progressive Conservatives ousted the Liberals after 12 years in office, the province elected its first minority…

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Trudeau needs to get ‘Buy America’ exemption to stave off job losses: premiers
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Trudeau needs to get ‘Buy America’ exemption to stave off job losses: premiers

Canada’s premiers want the federal government to take a more active role in negotiating an exemption from the United States’ Buy America Act to avoid further job losses like the 550 layoffs…

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Trudeau nominates Quebec jurist Nicholas Kasirer to the Supreme Court of Canada
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Trudeau nominates Quebec jurist Nicholas Kasirer to the Supreme Court of Canada

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has tapped Quebec judge Nicholas Kasirer to fill a pending vacancy on the Supreme Court of Canada, his office said in a statement Wednesday. “I am…

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Conservatives’ climate plan would do less, cost more, study argues
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Conservatives’ climate plan would do less, cost more, study argues

A new analysis of the Conservative Party’s proposed climate plan concludes that its policies would lead to higher greenhouse gas emissions than current federal policies, and would leave Canada…

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Ross Perot echoed populist sentiments 25 years before rise of Trump, presidential historian says
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Ross Perot echoed populist sentiments 25 years before rise of Trump, presidential historian says

Video Ingraham, presidential historian remember Ross Perot Ingraham, presidential historian remember Ross Perot Billionaire businessman and 1992 independent presidential candidate Ross Perot may have been President Trump’s predecessor in…

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Hannity: ‘All-out war’ going on within the Democratic Party
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Hannity: ‘All-out war’ going on within the Democratic Party

Video Hannity: Christopher Steele hated Trump, was paid for his lies Dossier author grilled by Department of Justice investigators. Fox News’ Sean Hannity spoke Tuesday about the “all-out…

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Ross Perot donated to Trump’s re-election campaign before death: report
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Ross Perot donated to Trump’s re-election campaign before death: report

Video Remembering the life and legacy of Ross Perot Ross Perot was a maverick, a billionaire businessman and the most successful third party presidential candidate since Theodore Roosevelt…

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Ingraham: Pelosi has no one to blame but herself for AOC beef
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Ingraham: Pelosi has no one to blame but herself for AOC beef

Video Ingraham: The Democrats’ race to the bottom How the party of John F. Kennedy became the party of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Is House Speaker Nancy Pelosi responsible for…

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AOC says she’s open to getting rid of entire DHS in interview
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AOC says she’s open to getting rid of entire DHS in interview

Video CBP border chiefs refute AOC detention center claims Democrats push for open border policies; Todd Piro reports. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., last week suggested she was open…

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