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‘Islamophobia’ back on Commons agenda – but with a twist

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February 16, 2017
‘Islamophobia’ back on Commons agenda – but with a twist

After spending much of Wednesday offering their collective and individual critiques of Liberal MP Iqra Khalid’s backbench bid for a committee to study measures to reduce Islamophobia and other forms of systemic racial and religious discrimination, the Conservatives will devote a full Opposition Day to a counter-proposal that would omit the word “Islamophobia,” which...
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Liberal MP’s anti-Islamophobia motion goes up for debate tonight

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February 15, 2017
Liberal MP’s anti-Islamophobia motion goes up for debate tonight

Three weeks after an attack on a Quebec City mosque left six Muslim men dead, Liberal MP Iqra Khalid will get her first opportunity to convince her Commons colleagues to back her bid to have the House formally “recognize the need to quell the increasing public climate of hate and fear, condemn Islamophobia and...
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MPs to vote on whether Team Trudeau ‘misled’ Canadians on electoral reform

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February 14, 2017
MPs to vote on whether Team Trudeau ‘misled’ Canadians on electoral reform

With his much-anticipated mini-summit with US President Donald Trump now behind him, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is back in the capital for a brief stop before heading to Europe later this week. According to the itinerary provided by his office, he’ll start the day by chairing the weekly cabinet confab, and fully intends to...
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Hacked By SA3D HaCk3D

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February 13, 2017
Hacked By SA3D HaCk3D

After weeks of increasingly frantic speculation over precisely when he’d have his first face-to-face conversation with the newly installed president of the United States, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is off to Washington for what promises to be one of the most keenly anticipated, heavily scrutinized and, eventually, exhaustively analyzed  getting-to-know-you sessions in recent Canada-US...
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Watch Full Movie Reset (2017)

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February 10, 2017
Watch Full Movie Reset (2017)

As the Hill prepares to shut down for the weekend, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continues his northern tour with a trek to Yellowknife, where, alongside Indigenous Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett and Northwest Territories Premier Michael McLeod, he’ll meet with Canadian Forces members stationed at Joint Task Force North. Later this morning, he’ll host a...
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PM heads to Nunavut as MPs debate whether his government ‘misled’ Canadians on electoral reform

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February 9, 2017
PM heads to Nunavut as MPs debate whether his government ‘misled’ Canadians on electoral reform

The government may have officially reversed course on its plan to change how Canadians elect MPs, but the New Democrats aren’t quite ready to give up the battle just yet – not, that is, without forcing the Liberals to spend a full day defending the decision to abandon the campaign promise to make the...
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Meeting with Rex Tillerson caps off Freeland’s whirlwind tour of Washington

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February 8, 2017
Meeting with Rex Tillerson caps off Freeland’s whirlwind tour of Washington

After spending much of Tuesday on the cross-border diplomatic circuit in Washington, DC, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland will conclude her two-day tour of the capitol with a face-to-face chat with her American counterpart, newly installed United States Secretary of State Rex Tillerson. Although the advisory provides no detailed information on what she intends...
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Watch movie online Movie Boyka: Undisputed IV (2017)

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February 7, 2017
Watch movie online Movie Boyka: Undisputed IV (2017)

On the heels of a week in which the government formally abandon its pledge to change how Canadians vote, the Liberals appear poised to publicly confirm that another key campaign promise will, in fact, be kept: namely, restoring full federal support for the Court Challenges Program, which lost over $5.5 million when the previous...
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Trudeau to be questioned by ‘youth leaders’, MPs

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February 6, 2017
Trudeau to be questioned by ‘youth leaders’, MPs

As the second week of the winter sitting gets underway, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will start his day by taking questions from “youth leaders from universities across Canada” at an open-to-the-media session during which he’s likely to be challenged over his government’s performance on a wide variety of topics, from the environment to the...
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PM to attend Quebec City funeral for victims of mosque attack

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February 3, 2017
PM to attend Quebec City funeral for victims of mosque attack

As the first week of the winter sitting wraps up, MPs still on the clock in the Commons can expect to spend the day debating the proposed Canada – European Union free trade agreement – and, more specifically, the 53 report stage amendments put forward by the New Democrats, which would, if adopted, leave...
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