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2 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
Torstar Corp. is restructuring the group that owns the Toronto Star and free daily Metro papers, drawing the publications closer together while splitting executive responsibility for print and digital operations.
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6 hrs ago | Prince George Citizen
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford leaves his office at city hall to take part in a vote on Wednesday July 9, 2014.
11 hrs ago | CBC News
Rosemary Barton, who first started covering politics at Quebec's national assembly, reports on Parliament Hill for CBC News Network and is a regular contributor and guest host on Power & Politics.
15 hrs ago | Regina Leader Post
Emily Symons, Chair of Prostitutes of Ottawa-Gatineau Work Educate & Resist following the Justice Committee hearing on Bill C-36 at 1 Wellington St. on Tuesday, July 8, 2014.
The federal government is expected to announce on Wednesday it is has garnered sufficient provincial support to proceed with a national securities regulator, marking a major step forward after about eight years of mostly frustration.
When the poster child for marijuana legalization is released from a U.S. prison later this week, he'll be re-entering a world where many of his ideas have taken root and in some places have sprouted right up.
1995: Khadr's father is arrested in connection with the bombing of the Egyptian embassy in Islamabad, but is freed after then-prime minister Jean Chretien raises the arrest with Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto.
Federal Agriculture Minister Gerry Ritz expects the next ruling in the long, drawn-out dispute over meat-labelling requirements imposed by the United States to come later this summer.
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In a rare summer sitting, the House of Commons Justice committee is examining Bill C-36, the federal government's proposed new prostitution law.
"After repeated assurances that my equipment would be okay in my checked luggage, that I didn't have to purchase additional insurance and that my equipment would not leave the hands of Air Canada, I relented," says Drouin.
Police have ended their search for the day of a rural property near Calgary in connection to the disappearances of five-year-old Nathan O'Brien and his grandparents one week ago.
Justice Minister Peter MacKay arrives at a Commons Justice committee meeting Monday July 7, 2014 in Ottawa.
Water levels around one foot higher than 2011 are expected on the Assiniboine River downstream of Portage la Prairie.
A magnitude-6.9 earthquake on the Pacific Coast jolted a wide area of southern Mexico and Central America Monday, killing at least two people and damaging dozens of homes.
An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.1 rattled southern Mexico on Monday, the U.S. Geological Survey said.
Updated: Wed Jul 09, 2014 06:19 pm
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