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Global News
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With little new money to spend, the Liberal government used its latest budget to focus on helping Canadians get the jobs that already exist, rather than creating new ones.
Global News
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In a budget that contained little additional spending and few new measures, there was a fair bit of change for Canadian families.
Daily Mail - Femail
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Canadian plus-size model Joby Bach recently discovered that her bodysuit no longer fit - and so she came up with the crafty solution.
Washington Free Beacon
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Sen. Patrick Leahy's attempt to defend Roe v. Wade won applause from pro-life activists on Wednesday, who said the anecdote he shared highlighted how safety laws would protect patients. Sen. Leahy (D., Vt.) recounted his experience prosecuting a Nazi-trained doctor who crossed the Canadian border to perform illegal abortions in Vermont to the Judiciary Committee during the third day of Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch's confirmation hearing. Leahy called the incident representative of the "dark days" before the Supreme Court struck down state laws against abortion in the landmark case. "She was trained to do these abortions working for the SS at Auschwitz so she could abort the women prisoners that they had impregnated so that they could keep on using the women that way before they put them in the gas chambers," Leahy said . Pro-life groups welcomed the remarks, saying Leahy had inadvertently highlighted the reason lawmakers have sought to increase safety regulations and health inspections at facilities that provide abortions.
Global News
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Dr. Bill Newton, the organization’s honorary president, said Wednesday that Canadian beef is still going to slaughter and added international trade has not fallen off.
Global News
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According to Ludi Lin, the Chinese-Canadian Black Ranger, one of the movie's stunts earned it a world record.
Mashable
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Global News
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Global Research
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Global News
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Nottingham Evening Post
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The last time they were in Nottingham, Monster Truck were opening for Nickelback at the arena, part of a European arena tour. The Canadian rockers were back in the city last night for a headline show at the Rescue Rooms. Martin Dunning captured all the actionThe tour of the UK and Ireland includes Belfast, Dublin, Bristol, Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Nottingham and London.The Nickleback tour earned the band rave reviews with Classic Rock magazine saying look good on the big...
The Week
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TIME - Top Stories
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Daily Mail - USA
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Autoblog
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Japan Times
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At various times and places in his four-decade career, Canadian native Marty Gross has been a potter, art teacher, film director and a producer, with ...
Japan Times
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At various times and places in his four-decade career, Canadian native Marty Gross has been a potter, art teacher, film director and a producer, with ...
KyivPost
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Non-affiliated People's Deputy of Ukraine Andriy Artemenko claims that he refused the Canadian identity card, but at the same time remained a citizen of Canada. I do not have passports of other countries. I have a passport of Ukraine. I had a Canadian passport that I had to suspend in 2014, as required by the existing legislation. I did it publicly in 2014, before the election, he said in an interview with the Komsomolska Pravda in Ukraine.' Answering the question about the rejection of Canadian citizenship, the deputy said: No, of course I [did not refuse] it. The procedure for renouncing citizenship is a much more complicated procedure that requires appropriate actions, including legal ones. And me, without violating any law of Canada, no law of Ukraine, I pay taxes both in Ukraine and in Canada. Artemenko believes that he did not violate a single document in Ukraine and Canada, he became a people's deputy in lawful way.
BBC News 24
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existing home sales fell 2% in the month of February. And finally, the Canadian Government will release its second budget under liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The Government is not expected move much room for spending and investors will be watching for any changes to tax policy and further details on the liberals plans to grow the economy at a time when the country faces.
The Sun Daily - World News
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Other countries are expected to follow suit. Canadian and French officials are considering a ban, but Germany said it was not. "The restrictions are in place due to evaluated intelligence and we think it's the right thing to do and the right places to do it to secure the safety of the traveling public," a senior US official said. US officials would not say how long the ban would last, but the Dubai-based Emirates airline told AFP that it had been instructed to enforce it until at least Oct 14. The US officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, refused to discuss the "intelligence information" that led the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to issue the order. But one said concerns had been "heightened by several successful events and attacks on passenger lanes and airports over the last years." Reaction from the affected airports' host governments was generally low-key, and Emirates turned the situation into a light-hearted ad extolling the strengths of its in-flight entertainment, entitled: "Who needs a laptop?" But one government, Turkey, denounced the order and demanded that it be rescinded or scaled back.
BBC World News
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A pilot found drunk in the cockpit of a Canadian airliner on New Year's Eve faces a year in prison.
Collective Evolution
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Collective Evolution
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