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Liberal leader Justin Trudeau attends the Calgary Stampede parade, Friday, July 4, 2014.
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Consider President Obama's dithering when it comes to approving the Keystone XL pipeline.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu chairs the weekly cabinet meeting in his office in Jerusalem, Sunday, July 6, 2014.
They are chipping away at the prime minister's policies on everything from electoral reform to military procurement.
A French Dassault Rafale fighter performs over Le Bourget airport, north of Paris, during the 2013 International Paris Air show.
Federal NDP Leader Tom Mulcair has accused the Harper government of playing petty politics with the Manitoba flood and ignoring the underlying causes of such weather-related events.
The frigate HMCS Regina, currently on counter-terrorism and anti-piracy patrols in the Arabian Sea, will be redirected to take part in alliance operations meant to send a message of resolve to Russia.
PETER Holmes a Court and his wife say their "hearts are broken" by the Zimbabwe tram death of one of their close friends.
This Saturday the legendary '60s band of Susan Jacks, Craig McCaw and Satwant Singh meet up with musicians from the New Pornographers, Destroyer and Black Mountain at the Khatsahlano Block Party.
The political barbecue season opened the 2015 federal election window this weekend with the Liberals basking in 14 months of buoyant byelection, poll and fundraising numbers.
On June 14, dozens of sex workers and their allies marched from the Vancouver Art Gallery to the Downtown Eastside to protest the Conservative government's new prostitution legislation.
24 Seven is made in Canada, but not by the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. or a private Canadian TV network.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper repeatedly claims that a carbon tax would 'destroy jobs and growth.'
In the run-up to the repeal of Labor's carbon pricing regime, the Prime Minister has argued that other nations are also winding back their emissions trading schemes.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper has named 59 senators in his eight and half years in power - and he's under growing pressure to name more as the number of vacancies increase.
Take Prime Minister Stephen Harper, who recently said , "No matter what they say, no country is going to take actions that are going to deliberately destroy jobs and growth in their country."
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