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A look at the new temporary Senate chamber

A look at the new temporary Senate chamber

The Senate is moving into a temporary home for the next decade because of Centre Block renovations. But sittings in the chamber are being delayed until February – and newly planned video broadcasts until March – due to noise problems.
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Some Kotex tampons recalled in Canada and U.S.

Some Kotex tampons recalled in Canada and U.S.

Kotex is recalling some tampons in Canada and the U.S.
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Trudeau, Scheer bid farewell to Centre Block of Parliament

Trudeau, Scheer bid farewell to Centre Block of Parliament

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and other MPs said their goodbyes on Wednesday to Parliament Hill’s Centre Block, before it closes for 10 years of renovations. Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer called it “more than just a building.”
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Freeland says second Canadian missing in China after Meng arrest

Freeland says second Canadian missing in China after Meng arrest

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland says a second Canadian is missing in China after questioning by local authorities. China already detained former diplomat Michael Kovrig after the Vancouver arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou.
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‘Vote for me’: Ontario teen granted wish to be PM for a day

‘Vote for me’: Ontario teen granted wish to be PM for a day

Aiden Anderson says tasting some “amazing” cookies from Rideau Hall’s kitchen was one highlight of his visit to Ottawa. The teen, who was born with a rare heart defect, had his wish to be prime minister for a day granted by Make-A-Wish Canada.
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Report makes 13 safety recommendations for Broncos crash site

Report makes 13 safety recommendations for Broncos crash site

Removing a landowner's trees at the site of the Humboldt Broncos bus crash is one of 13 safety recommendations included in a report on the intersection. The Saskatchewan government says all the recommendations will be implemented.
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Cannabis Etiquette: Navigating pot use in the holiday season

Cannabis Etiquette: Navigating pot use in the holiday season

Canadians are heading into the first holiday season post-legalization of marijuana
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‘Difficult’ situation with China after Canadian’s arrest: Scheer

‘Difficult’ situation with China after Canadian’s arrest: Scheer

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer says there is a troubling “global dynamic” emerging after a Canadian’s detention in China in the wake of the Vancouver arrest of a Chinese executive in response to a U.S. extradition request.
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Horwath calls for review of Ford’s alleged ‘pimped out ride’

Horwath calls for review of Ford’s alleged ‘pimped out ride’

Andrea Horwath is supporting the acting OPP commissioner’s call for an investigation into the hiring of Ron Taverner to the force's top job. The Ontario NDP leader is also calling for a review of Premier Doug Ford’s personalized vehicle request.
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Canadian world juniors will play ‘fast hockey’: Coach

Canadian world juniors will play ‘fast hockey’: Coach

Canada’s world junior hockey squad had its first skate Tuesday at the short selection camp. Coach Tim Hunter says he’s aiming for speed in every aspect of the game.
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Cannabis gift ideas for this holiday season

Cannabis gift ideas for this holiday season

Looking for a unique gift for the cannabis lover on your holiday list? Robin Ellins from Toronto’s Friendly Stranger Cannabis Culture Shop highlights the latest trends in pot accessories.
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Mother of Mylan Hicks says she thought he was safe in Canada

Mother of Mylan Hicks says she thought he was safe in Canada

The Crown and defence have finished presenting evidence at the trial of Nelson Lugela, charged in the shooting death of Calgary Stampeder Mylan Hicks. The Detroit native's mother says it is “mind-boggling” her son was killed in Canada.
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Choir! Choir! Choir! a ‘community’ for amateur singers

Choir! Choir! Choir! a ‘community’ for amateur singers

A Choir! Choir! Choir! participant says there is just as much laughing as singing at the pop collective sessions. Amateur singers are taught how to perform choral versions of pop songs at the events.
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Canadian’s arrest in China being taken ‘very seriously’: Trudeau

Canadian’s arrest in China being taken ‘very seriously’: Trudeau

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says the government is “deeply concerned” about the arrest of a former Canadian diplomat in China. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau also weighed in Tuesday on Michael Kovrig’s detention.
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‘Our hearts go out to Alberta’: PM on equalization payments

‘Our hearts go out to Alberta’: PM on equalization payments

The federal equalization program is under fire after Alberta did not qualify for payments from Ottawa amid an oil price crisis. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says there’s a discussion on what can be done to help the province.
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Bill Morneau says equalization program won’t change until renewal

Bill Morneau says equalization program won’t change until renewal

Finance Minister Bill Morneau says the equalization formula will not be re-opened until its renewal in four years. The funding program came under fire when Morneau announced which provinces qualified to receive payments from Ottawa.
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Charlie Angus calls for task force on Aboriginal teens deaths

Charlie Angus calls for task force on Aboriginal teens deaths

NDP MP Charlie Angus is calling on the Liberal government to create a task force to investigate the deaths of Indigenous teens in Thunder Bay, Ont. The body of a missing 17-year-old boy was found on Sunday.
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Chrystia Freeland shares how she dealt with NAFTA stress

Chrystia Freeland shares how she dealt with NAFTA stress

Speaking at a Women of Influence luncheon on Monday, Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland revealed how she managed stress throughout the NAFTA renegotiations.
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Scenes outside bail hearing for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou

Scenes outside bail hearing for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou

People lined up outside a Vancouver courthouse prior to the bail hearing for Huawei chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou on Monday. Wanzhou was detained at the request of the U.S. during a layover on Dec. 1.
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National security comes first: Minister on Huawei 5G review

National security comes first: Minister on Huawei 5G review

Infrastructure Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says before ruling on whether the Chinese firm Huawei Technologies should be involved in the next-generation mobile network, Canada needs advice from its intelligence services.
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Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Dec. 10th

Five things to watch for in the Canadian business world, week of Dec. 10th

Here are five things to watch for in the Canadian business world this week. The International Economic Forum of the Americas’ Toronto Global Forum kicks off Monday. The forum will feature business leaders and government representatives including ...
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UFC champ Max Holloway could be ‘greatest ever:’ Dana White

UFC champ Max Holloway could be ‘greatest ever:’ Dana White

Featherweight champion Max Holloway retained his title against challenger Brian Ortega at UFC 231, Saturday. UFC president Dana White says it was “one of the sickest fights" he has ever seen.
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Craft growers will add to recreational market: Cannabis producer

Craft growers will add to recreational market: Cannabis producer

James Gallagher and Yan Boissonneault say they want to bring their expertise running small legal medical grow-ops to the recreational market. Gallagher says “craft” producers have a lot of knowledge to add to the growing industry.
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Cellist Yo-Yo Ma performs 'Hallelujah,' crowd sings along

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma performs 'Hallelujah,' crowd sings along

Cellist Yo-Yo Ma gave a free performance in Montreal’s subway system Saturday. Ma ended the 20-minute show by inviting the crowd to sing along with his interpretation of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah."
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