Goodale rejects former colleague’s claim of long waits by Manitoba asylum seekers
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Goodale rejects former colleague’s claim of long waits by Manitoba asylum seekers

Canada’s public safety minister has rejected a statement from a former cabinet colleague that asylum seekers coming to the Manitoba border have had to wait more than a day…

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High rent could make Toronto a ‘generational ghost town’
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High rent could make Toronto a ‘generational ghost town’

Young people across the income spectrum who would like to build lives in Toronto are choosing to leave rather than pay the city’s ever-increasing rents. For 27-year-old Arthur…

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Do Canada’s Conservatives want to join the populism parade?
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Do Canada’s Conservatives want to join the populism parade?

Appearing on stage Friday at the outset of his eponymous institution’s latest conference, Preston Manning, the wise old man of Canadian conservatism, attempted to put his finger on…

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MDs under pressure: U.S. Navy SEAL training adapted to help Canadian doctors fight stress
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MDs under pressure: U.S. Navy SEAL training adapted to help Canadian doctors fight stress

When Sean Wilson needed to make his first life-or-death decision as a doctor, it wasn’t his medical school training he called upon. It was his time spent in…

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Penny-pinching Canadians drive discount retail boom
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Penny-pinching Canadians drive discount retail boom

Whenever Anna Maria Afable travels from British Columbia to visit her friends in Ontario, she makes a point to stop in at a Giant Tiger store. “We don’t…

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Ralph Goodale to raise illegal border crossings with U.S. officials in coming days
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Ralph Goodale to raise illegal border crossings with U.S. officials in coming days

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says he’ll be discussing the growing issue of asylum seekers sneaking across the border with senior officials in the United States in the coming…

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Want millennial voters? Conservatives hear research on why their message isn’t resonating
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Want millennial voters? Conservatives hear research on why their message isn’t resonating

Researchers brought a sobering message to the annual convention of the right-leaning Manning Centre Friday: most voters under 35 aren’t connecting with the conservative movement, and if it…

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Hard, hard times again — sort of: Why a lot of N.L.’s fiscal problems are self-inflicted
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Hard, hard times again — sort of: Why a lot of N.L.’s fiscal problems are self-inflicted

Dwight Ball, the affable pharmacist who has been Newfoundland and Labrador’s premier for the last 15 months, said something remarkable Wednesday while swinging an axe through several hundred government…

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50% chicken DNA: Why your favourite fast food chicken sandwich might not be what you ordered
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50% chicken DNA: Why your favourite fast food chicken sandwich might not be what you ordered

If you’re one of many Canadians who opt for chicken sandwiches at your favourite fast food restaurant, you may find the results of a CBC Marketplace investigation into…

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50% chicken DNA: Why your favourite fast food chicken sandwich might not be what you ordered
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50% chicken DNA: Why your favourite fast food chicken sandwich might not be what you ordered

If you’re one of many Canadians who opt for chicken sandwiches at your favourite fast food restaurant, you may find the results of a CBC Marketplace investigation into…

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