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  1. Sturgeon sets face against backing People's Vote and calls for Brexit Day delayRead the original story w/Photo

    49 min ago | Sunday Herald

    NICOLA Sturgeon has set her face against actively backing a People's Vote as she argued for delaying Brexit Day if it meant the UK could avoid a cliff-edge withdrawal from the European Union. At Holyrood , the First Minister clashed with Willie Rennie, the Scottish Liberal Democrat leader, who accused her of dithering on backing a second EU referendum, arguing what was needed was not a delay to Brexit but the "need to stop it dead in its tracks".

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  2. Ontario students walk out of class to protest sex-ed curriculum changesRead the original story

    1 hr ago | 680News

    Students at Malvern Collegiate Institute participate in a walkout in protest of the sex ed curriculum. More than a hundred schools are expected to participate Friday in an Ontario-wide protest.

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  3. Govt rubbishes deal rumoursRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: Information Minister Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday denied any deal was made in Saudi Arabia to release deposed premier Nawaz Sharif from prison, saying he was "not important enough for either country to make a deal over". "No country asked for Nawaz Sharif's release," he said.

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  4. Toronto announces advance voting dates for October electionRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Torontonians unable to vote in the civic election on Oct. 22 will have a chance to cast their ballot early for mayor and city councillor. The city clerk's office announced Friday that advance voting will happen from Wednesday Oct. 10 to Sunday Oct. 14, between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. daily Each of the 25 wards will have two polling locations, with addresses yet to be announced.

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  5. 22 weeks: Alberta premier will speak about additional Trans Mountain consultationRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | CBC News

    Premier Rachel Notley attended an announcement at Nexen's Long Lake facility, 30 kilometres south of Fort McMurray, last week. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley will speak at noon about the federal government's decision to hold another 22 weeks of consultation on the stalled Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

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  6. Pashinian Seeks Fresh Mandate In Yerevan PollsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Armenian Liberty

    Prime Minister Nikol Pashinian has urged Yerevan residents to vote overwhelmingly for his political team in Sunday's municipal elections, saying that its landslide victory is critical for forcing snap parliamentary elections in Armenia. The My Step alliance dominated by Pashinian's Civil Contract party is widely expected to win a majority in the new city council that will fill the vacant post of Yerevan mayor.

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  7. Italy aims to be China's first G7 partner on belt on roadRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | South China Morning Post

    Italy wants to become the first G7 country to endorse China's "Belt and Road Initiative" and plans to do so before the end of the year, the European country's deputy prime minister said on Friday. "I hope very much we can complete a memorandum of understanding [MOU] with China within 2018," Luigi Di Maio told reporters in Beijing at the end of a two-day visit to the country.

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  8. Governor General feels many close ties during first official visit to Newfoundland and LabradorRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Telegram

    Gov. Gen. Julie Payette presents Capt. Fergus Francey with a first bar award during a ceremony in which four members were presented with exemplary service medals and awards Wednesday at the Canadian Coast Guard Atlantic regional headquarters in St. John's - Rosie Mullaley Standing at the head of St. John's harbour, surrounded by ships and people who serve on ships, Canada's Governor General couldn't help but feel a close connection.

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  9. Ches Crosbie wins N.L. byelectionRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Telegram

    Progressive Conservative candidate Ches Crosbie signals victory to his supporters in the Windsor Lake byelection Thursday night at his campaign headquarters in St. John's. - Keith Gosse When Ches Crosbie first told his parents, John and Jane Crosbie, he was thinking about entering politics, they were shocked.

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  10. 'Full and overcrowded' South Coast trains unacceptable: WardRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Kiama Independent

    The 'Illawarra Rail Fail' group has been lobbying for more seats, faster trips and more trains on the South Coast line. Kiama MP Gareth Ward called on the state government to improve public transport on the South Coast Line and to upgrade Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital.

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  11. Michael Moore: I'll move to Canada if 'Fahrenheit 11/9' gets me in troubleRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | CISN Country 103.9 FM

    If things go awry for Michael Moore following the release of his latest politically charged documentary, the progressive provocateur says he has a plan to escape potential persecution in the U.S.: He's moving to Canada. It's a pronouncement so common among aggrieved American liberals that it borders on a political trope.

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  12. Public health boss: Supervised drug-use site makes financial senseRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    If Ontario Premier Doug Ford is serious when he says he wants to eliminate hallway health care, the provincial government should pay attention to a report on the economics of supervised drug-injection sites in London, said Christopher Mackie, the medical officer of health at the Middlesex-London Health Unit. The report, titled the Business Case For Supervised Consumption in London, Ont., was tabled at a meeting of the health unit's board Thursday evening.

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  13. Ontario's deficit balloons to $15 billion due to Liberals'...Read the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Ontario's deficit has ballooned to a "sobering" $15 billion this year because of expenses the defeated Liberal government "stashed" off the books before the June election, new Finance Minister Vic Fedeli said Friday. He warned Ontarians will have to make "sacrifices" as Premier Doug Ford's Progressive Conservatives take steps to balance the budget, but wouldn't say how many years that will take or when promised income tax cuts are coming.

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  14. Canadians could be banned from the US forever if they smoke legal potRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Fox News

    In less than a month, Canada's ten provinces and three territories will join nine American states and Washington D.C. that have fully legalized the recreational consumption of marijuana. But even after October 17th, a Canadian citizen who drives from Vancouver to Seattle may be asked by a border agent if they have smoked pot before, and if they say yes, they could get banned from entry to the U.S. for life, even though pot is legal in Washington state.

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  15. Premier issues ultimatum as Liberal Party descends into civil warRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | The Age

    NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will dump Multiculturalism Minister Ray Williams from her front bench should he move a deputy leadership spill against Treasurer Dominic Perrottet, in an ultimatum designed to quell the open warfare in her cabinet. The brewing feud between the two NSW ministers descended into all-out war on Friday, after Mr Perrottet confirmed he would challenge Mr Williams for his Castle Hill seat , setting the stage for a bitter preselection showdown.

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  16. Wanted: An honest debate on crimeRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Age

    The political attraction of a focus on crime and on law and order is understandable, particularly with an election looming, but cherry-picking or manipulating statistics undermines public confidence. Fresh figures confirm a continuing decline in overall crime in Victoria.

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  17. Alberta refinery planRead the original story

    8 hrs ago | Petroleum News

    Two of China's state-owned industry giants, a Middle Eastern chemical company and a group of Alberta First Nations have teamed up with a Canadian engineering firm to revive plans for a bitumen refinery. The partnership of China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. , China State Construction Engineering Corp. and Huantong Jinggang Chemical based in the Middle East, along with a consortium of Alberta indigenous groups have inked a deal with Edmonton-based Stantec to seek permits for a refinery and petrochemical complex north of Edmonton.

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  18. John Howard wants more female Liberals, calls quotas 'patronising'Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Age

    Former prime minister John Howard has called for more women to join the Liberal Party's parliamentary ranks, while speaking at an exclusive club that doesn't allow female members. His comments came after complaints about "bullying" of women in the party and fears it was failing to recruit enough women to fight the next election.

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  19. Ontario government moves to scrap Green Energy ActRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ottawa Business Journal

    Months after cancelling hundreds of renewable energy contracts, the Ontario government introduced legislation Thursday to scrap a law that aimed to bolster the province's green energy industry. Premier Doug Ford promised during the spring election campaign to repeal the Green Energy Act, which was introduced by the previous Liberal government in 2009 in a bid to grow the province's solar and wind energy supply.

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  20. Government to provide snapshot of Ontario finances in speech this morningRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Medincine Hat News

    Vic Fedeli will be speaking to the Economic Club in Toronto, his first major address since becoming finance minister this summer. His speech is expected to include details on the findings of an independent commission that probed the former Liberal government's spending.

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