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  1. Australian deputy prime minister resigns after affair with stafferRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Star Online

    Australia's deputy prime minister said on Friday he will resign as leader of his party after weeks of pressure over an affair with a staffer that brought him into open conflict with his premier and threatened to shatter a decades-old coalition. Barnaby Joyce said he will step down on Monday as leader of the National party, the junior partner in Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's centre-right coalition, after resisting earlier calls to quit over the affair with his former media secretary, with whom he is expecting a child.

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  2. Australia deputy leader quits Cabinet over harassment claimRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | SFGate

    In this image made from video, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce speaks to reporters in Tamworth, Australia Friday, Feb. 23, 2018. Joyce resigned from Cabinet on Friday over allegations that he sexually harassed a woman.

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  3. Ontario's auto, agri-food sectors need funds to survive Pacific trade deal: Kathleen WynneRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | CISN Country 103.9 FM

    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says the province's automotive and agri-food sectors will need billions in funding from the federal government to survive the impact of the recently rebooted Trans-Pacific Partnership . Wynne, who spoke Thursday to the Toronto Region Board of Trade, says Ottawa should only ratify the 11-country Pacific Rim trade deal once it has allocated transitional funding to protect jobs in the those sectors.

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  4. Truce called, wine flows again, in B.C.-Alberta trade war over pipelineRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | 680News

    The Alberta government accepted an olive branch from British Columbia and suspended its ban on the province's wine Thursday in a dispute over the Trans Mountain pipeline. Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took the step after B.C.'s John Horgan said his government will ask the courts if it has the right to protect its environment by restricting diluted bitumen shipments through the province.

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  5. Trudeau's India trip runs into Khalistani hitchRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Daily Star

    Canadian officials yesterday admitted a Sikh extremist convicted of attempting to murder an Indian minister had been invited to dinner with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in New Delhi, in the latest controversy to dog the premier's week-long visit to India. Trudeau is visiting India and on Wednesday he travelled to Punjab where he told state leaders his country would not support anyone trying to reignite the movement for an independent Sikh homeland called Khalistan.

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  6. South Africa:Western Cape Premier Boasts of Land Reform SuccessRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | AllAfrica.com

    The Western Cape boasts a 62% success rate for "land reform farms", compared with a 92% failure rate in the rest of the country, Premier Helen Zille said in her State of the Province Address on Thursday. She said the province had already conducted a land reform project audit, ahead of a call for one by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his State of the Nation Address on Friday.

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  7. Live: India, Canada issue joint statementRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | The Times of India

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi today welcomed his Canadian counterpart Justin Trudeau at Rashtrapati Bhawan. Stay with TOI for all the live updates There should be no space for those who misuse religion for political motives and promote separatism.

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  8. Auto and agri-food sectors need funds to survive Pacific trade deal, Wynne saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | 680News

    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says the province's automotive and agri-food sectors will need billions in funding from the federal government to survive the impact of the recently rebooted Trans-Pacific Partnership. Wynne, who spoke Thursday to the Toronto Region Board of Trade, says Ottawa should only ratify the 11-country Pacific Rim trade deal once it has allocated transitional funding to protect jobs in the those sectors.

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  9. Brian Jones: Minimum wage announcement falls far shortRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Telegram

    In Newfoundland and Labrador, the minimum wage will increase to $11.15 an hour April 1. Compare that to British Columbia, where there are plans to bring in a $15-an-hour minimum wage. - 123RF Stock Photo Thanks to Premier Dwight Ball and his Liberals, Newfoundland will be spared the anger and acrimony that has recently plagued Ontario regarding decent pay for fast-food workers and other minimum-wage earners.

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  10. Editorial: Welcome homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 20 | Nova News Now

    The problem - as federal Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen noted at the Moncton conference on the Atlantic Growth Strategy this week - is retention. They come here and they don't stay.

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  11. In the news today, Feb. 23Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2018 | The Chronicle-Journal

    A walk will be held in Winnipeg today to honour Tina Fontaine, a day after the man accused of killing her was found not guilty. A jury acquitted Raymond Cormier, 56, of second-degree murder after 11 hours of deliberation.

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  12. Wynne asking for funding to survive newly rebooted Trans-Pacific PartnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | CFRA

    Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne says the province's automotive and agri-food sectors will need billions in funding from the federal government to survive the impact of the recently rebooted Trans-Pacific Partnership. Wynne, who spoke Thursday to the Toronto Region Board of Trade, says Ottawa should only ratify the 11-country Pacific Rim trade deal once it has allocated transitional funding to protect jobs in the those sectors.

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  13. Transparency advocates tell BC NDP to hurry up on access to information reformRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | GlobalNews

    Transparancy advocates are calling on the B.C. government to make major changes to the province's freedom of information rules. The B.C. Freedom of Information and Privacy Association has sent a letter to Premier John Horgan asking him for changes to provincial legislation governing public access to government records.

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  14. Martyn Brown: Playing the "R" card on Kinder MorganRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

    So I'll spare you the extra thousand words I might have added to express how offended I am that Canada's prime minister is off gallivanting in India , instead of dealing with the most serious problem now facing our nation. Namely, the escalating dispute over the Kinder Morgan project and the threat it poses to Canada's national interest in advancing reconciliation.

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  15. Politician accused of threatening another MP with a knifeRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    A Labor MP has accused a former Minister of pulling out a knife during an argument that escalated in the parliamentary dining room. A witness told Seven News that Mr Somyurek allegedly whispered into Mr Eren's ear saying, 'I'm going to f*** you.'

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  16. What America can teach Canada about its broken leadership systemsRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | MacLeans

    J.J. McCullough: If there's a fix to Canada's messy system of choosing leaders, it's in the U.S. where party membership is free and open to all Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown addresses the 2018 PC election candidates and their campaign teams for the 2017 Ontario PC Election Readiness & Policy Convention in Toronto on Nov, 25, 2017. It's a tragedy that whenever the flaws of Canadian democracy become too egregious to deny, those who offer themselves as experts of "our system" respond with calls to ratchet democracy back even further.

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  17. Liberals take closer look at eye careRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Telegram

    Health Minister John Haggie addressed a Rotary gathering at the Sheraton Hotel Newfoundland on Thursday, before responding to questions on both a proposed ophthalmology clinic in Western Newfoundland and cataract surgeries being questioned by the public. - Ashley Fitzpatrick Health Minister John Haggie says a meeting between provincial politicians and Dr. Justin French on Wednesday in St. John's was long, but useful.

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  18. 'Limited system-wide capacity' to blame for cancelling...Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The London Free Press

    Shortages of funded beds at London's University Hospital have cancelled Chris Punter's cardiac bypass operation four times. The 69-year-old Londoner lost patience with the health-care system when his last scheduled surgery was called off after a five-hour wait hooked up to an intravenous line.

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  19. Alberta backs down on B.C. wine ban, for nowRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Richmond News

    The provincial government will be moving forward with consultation around four bitumen spill safeguards while referring to the courts the outstanding issue around B.C.'s right to protect B.C.'s coast. Image: Provincial Government of B.C./Flickr Premier John Horgan says his government isn't backing down on its attempts to protect B.C.'s coast from a potential diluted bitumen spill, but will ask the courts to clarify whether the province has the constitutional authority to restrict any increased volume of dilbit flowing through B.C. At the end of January, B.C. Environment Minister George Heyman announced a five-point plan that was essentially designed to prevent the $7.4 billion expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline.

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  20. Rogue Indian political elements may be trying to make Canada look weak on Sikh extremism: sourceRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | CBC News

    Liberal MP Randeep Sarai, pictured in the white turban outside the Golden Temple on Wednesday, was one of 14 MPs who paid their own way to take part in Trudeau's official visit to India. Sarai invited Jaspal Atwal to a reception with the Trudeau's in New Delhi Thursday.

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