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Liberals Looking To Make Home-buying More Affordable For Millennials: Morneau

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government wants to make home-buying more affordable for millennials, Finance Minister Bill Morneau said Tuesday as he held pre-budget public events in the Toronto suburbs. Following a speech in Aurora, Ont., Morneau made...
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China Demands Us Drop Huawei Extradition Request With Canada

China on Tuesday demanded the U.S. drop a request that Canada extradite a top executive of the tech giant Huawei, shifting blame to Washington in a case that has severely damaged Beijing's relations with Ottawa. Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua...
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Senators Handle Hurricanes

RALEIGH, N.C. — Bobby Ryan and Mark Stone scored 13 seconds apart in the second period, and the Ottawa Senators beat the Carolina Hurricanes 4-1 Friday night. Magnus Paajarvi and Christian Wolanin also scored for Ottawa, which has won four of five...
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Competition Commissioner Urges B.c. To Change Liquor Policy, Lowering Prices

OTTAWA — Canada’s interim competition commissioner is urging B.C. to change its liquor policy to allow more competition, spark innovation and lower prices. Matthew Boswell writes in an open letter to B.C.’s Attorney General David Eby...
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Chinese Envoy Believes ‘there Will Be Repercussions’ If Canada Bans Huawei

Lu Shaye, China’s ambassador to Canada, warned Ottawa against banning Huawei from providing 5G telecommunications equipment, saying the country could face further repercussions.Lu, speaking at a news conference to journalists on January 17th,...
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Ottawa Asks Beijing For Clemency For Canadian Citizen Sentenced To Death Penalty

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Robert Lloyd Schellenberg was handed death penalty on Monday after appealing the 15-year jail term he was given in 2016. Canada accused China of arbitrarily applying the capital punishment.
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Senator’s Need To Move Dzingel While He’s Valuable

With the NHL trade deadline approaching, Ottawa Senators forward Ryan Dzingel is quietly becoming an attractive target. The 26-year-old is on the last year of a $1.8 million contract, becoming an unrestricted free agent this summer. Especially if a...
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Digging Deeper On The Headlines

Chris Johnston of Sportsnet expands on the Saturday Headlines from last night, Six weeks out from the trade deadline, we can already identify more than a half dozen teams with assets to sell. St. Louis, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Detroit,...
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Three Dead, At Least 23 Injured After Bus Crashes Into Shelter In Ottawa

At least three people dead, fourteen are in critical condition and eleven more heavily injured after a bus crashed into a bus shelter at Westboro Station in Ottawa, local authorities reported.
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Bankrupt, Eh? Insolvency Filings Soar In Almost All Canadian Provinces

The pronounced aftershock from what would historically be considered as very mild interest rate hikes in Canada is continuing. Bloomberg reported that the number of consumers seeking debt relief was up 5.1% to 11,320 in November, according to...
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Hands-on With The Tablo Quad Dvr

Ottawa-based Nuvyyo unveiled its latest cord-cutting DVR called the Tablo Quad, a 4-tuner box that can record up to four over-the-air (OTA) TV channels simultaneously.Cord-cutters in the know are likely aware of the Tablo product line, given that it...
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Bank Of Canada Holds Interest Rate, Views Oil Slump As Temporary Soft Patch

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada is holding interest rates steady as the economy navigates a temporary period of softness created by the sharp drop in oil prices, governor Stephen Poloz said Wednesday. The recent plunge in crude prices...
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Ottawa, Beijing Discuss Issue Of Canadians Detained In China - Reports

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A delegation comprising Canadian politicians discussed with Chinese officials the release of Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor, Canadian citizens detained in China, CBC reported on Monday, citing a participant in the meeting.
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Statcan Warns Of Impact On Release Of Trade Data From U.s. Government Shutdown

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada is warning the partial shutdown of the U.S. government could have an impact on the agency’s ability to release a complete picture of trade between North America’s largest trading partners. Each country has...
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Sunday Caps Clips: A Night Of Firsts And Fists

Daily Washington Capitals news and notes: Lewington and Bowey get on the scoresheet as the Caps hold on to beat Ottawa, Wilson plays a key role for the team and more. Your savory breakfast links: Recaps and other assorted musings on last night’s...
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Capitals Vs. Senators Third Period Thread

Second period goals from Madison Bowey and Colin White have the Capitals ahead of Ottawa 3 to 1 after two. Third period ahead.
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Matt Niskanen Listed As Day-to-day, Will Travel To Ottawa

Relatively good news coming out of Medstar today The hit that Matt Niskanen took in Washington’s 3-1 victory over Carolina Thursday seems to have looked worse than it is; Niskanen is listed as day-to-day and will travel with the team to Ottawa,...
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Canadian Citizen To Stand Trial For Drug Trafficking In China - Court

BEIJING (Sputnik) – The high court of China’s northeastern Liaoning province will consider a case of a Canadian national, suspected of smuggling drugs into the Asian country, on Saturday, the court said on Thursday amid tensions between Ottawa...
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Canada Post Declares Its Operations Back To Normal Just Days Before Christmas

OTTAWA — Canada Post says its operations are back to normal across the country, less than four weeks after its striking employees were forced back to work by federal legislation. The Crown corporation says it is restoring its delivery service...
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Nafta Drama Earns Chrystia Freeland Cp’s Business Newsmaker Of 2018

OTTAWA — There will be drama. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland took pains to predict that in a lengthy August 2017 speech that spelled out Canada’s goals at the start of the North American Free Trade Agreement talks with Mexico...
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