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Statistics Canada Reports Pace Of Inflation Ticked Higher In February

OTTAWA — The annual pace of inflation edged higher in February as gains in most spending categories offset lower gasoline prices, Statistics Canada said Friday. The agency reported the consumer price index in February climbed 1.5 per cent...
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Video- Jean-gabriel Pageau Will Be Talking With Dops Today

Ottawa’s Jean-Gabriel Pageau will have a hearing today for Boarding Vancouver’s Ashton Sautner. — NHL Player Safety (@NHLPlayerSafety) March 21, 2019   Watch the hit below. Continue reading "Video- Jean-Gabriel...
Related topics: World Videos, Canada, Vancouver

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Deficits In Big-spending Pre-election Budget Tee Up Ballot-box Choice

OTTAWA — The final budget of the Trudeau government’s mandate will scatter billions in fresh spending — on everything from pharmacare to retraining workers to first-time home buyers — as the Liberals commit to an electoral fight that...
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Federal Government’s Deficit To Grow To $19.8b In 2019-20 Fiscal Year

OTTAWA — The federal Liberal government expects to sink deeper into the red this year, thanks to a federal budget Tuesday that’s laden with election-year spending measures fuelled by a windfall of new revenue. Tuesday’s federal budget...
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Liberals Promise Billions For Dairy, Chicken Farmers Affected By Trade Deals

OTTAWA — The Trudeau government is promising billions of dollars to compensate dairy, egg and poultry farmers hurt by Canada’s recent free-trade agreements — industries concentrated in vote-rich Quebec and Ontario. The $3.65 billion the...
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How To Save America From The Fentanyl Flow

David Luna Security, Americas Washington needs to double down on its cooperation efforts with Beijing, Mexico City and Ottawa, bilaterally and through a new four-way framework against this deadly commerce. As the United States debates...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Canada, Debate

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Freeland Thanks U.s. Lawmakers For Bipartisan Support On Meng Arrest

OTTAWA — Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland applauded Friday a bipartisan American political effort backing Canada in its fight with China over its detention of Huawei’s chief financial officer. Freeland’s remarks — in an...
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Central Bank Predicts Longer Slump And More Uncertainty About Future Rate Hikes

OTTAWA — The Bank of Canada is leaving its key interest rate unchanged in the wake of an abrupt economic deceleration that it says is injecting more uncertainty about the timing of future rate hikes. The central bank also told Canadians on...
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Justin Trudeau’s Image Tainted Amid Growing Scandal In Canada

While the United States deals with the ongoing political crisis known as the Trump Administration, there’s also a crisis brewing north of the border and it’s already cost Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau two of his cabinet...
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Beijing Threatens Jailed Canadians With Espionage Charges In Latest Retaliation For Huawei Cfo's...

Beijing has fired off its latest threatening message to Ottawa on Monday, just days after the Canadian Justice Ministry decided to allow extradition hearings for Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou to move forward. With Meng set to make her first court...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Huawei, Canada

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Video- Oh Ottawa

I see the Ottawa Senators PR department is using "the rebuilding Ottawa Senators" in all headlines in its press releases. That's like saying "the useful HR department." — David Shoalts (@dshoalts) March 1,...
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Capitals Vs. Senators Third Period Thread

Second period goals from John Carlson, T.J. Oshie (twice), and Brett Connolly have Washington ahead of Ottawa 6 to 2 through forty minutes. Third period ahead.
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Ottawa, Partners Mull Expansion Of Sanctions Against Venezuela - Canadian Fm

Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said Monday that Ottawa is talking with partners to find ways of expanding sanctions against Venezuelan senior officials, Reuters reported.
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Report: Mark Stone Traded To Golden Knights, Agrees 8-year Contract Extension

The Vegas Golden Knights acquired Mark Stone from the Ottawa Senators on Monday, according to Postmedia's Bruce Garrioch . Garrioch reported the Senators received Erik Brannstrom...
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Blue Jackets Go All In With Duchene, Dzingel Trades

In another timeline, maybe the Columbus Blue Jackets and Ottawa Senators roles have been reversed. Yet, here we are, with the budding Blue Jackets the biggest beneficiaries of the unsensational Sens’ latest fire sale, acquiring Matt Duchene and...
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Canada’s Yellow Vests Movement Not About Hate, But Loving Country – Activist

Canadian truck drivers held a rally in Ottawa on Tuesday and Wednesday as part of the "United We Roll" convoy. Most participants were wearing yellow vests - a sign of affiliation with the country's own newly-formed grass-roots protest movement.
Related topics: Canada, Activism, Protests

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The Ottawa Senators Still Trying To Sign Their Potential Free Agents

from Frank Seravalli of TSN, GM Pierre Dorion wanted to make one thing clear: the Ottawa Senators say they did everything possible to re-sign both Matt Duchene and Mark Stone. “We’ve gone to the wall to try and...
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Trudeau Government Posted $300m Surplus In First Nine Months Of 2018-19

OTTAWA — A preliminary analysis of the federal books says the government ran a budgetary surplus of $300 million through the first nine months of the fiscal year. The surplus is an improvement compared with the April-to-December period in...
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Mps Invite Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai To Ottawa To Discuss Fake News, Privacy

A House of Commons committee is calling on Apple CEO Tim Cook, Google CEO Sundar Pichai and several other tech giant executives to attend an international hearing in Ottawa this spring.The committee, which oversees issues related to access to...
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Justin Trudeau's Government In Turmoil After Top Aide Resigns Over Corruption Allegations

When he swept into office back in 2015, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised supporters of a Liberal Party reinvigorated by a decade of conservative rule that he would bring about "real change" - both in Ottawa, and for a Liberal Party...
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