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Refugee policy alone not a solution to problem: Harper
A New Democrat government would work with the provinces to bolster Canadians' retirement security rather than charting a course alone and saddling future generations with massive debt, Tom Mulcair said Thursday.
A Conservative federal election candidate in Yukon donned camouflage gear and hid in the bush on a dark, rainy night to catch someone vandalizing his campaign signs.
You could sense something was wrong as Conservative campaign staffers huddled outside the Sheraton Hotel in Surrey, B.C., this morning.
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Police say around 150 hotel guests were evacuated Thursday afternoon. The guests were then sent to the RBC Convention Centre.
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Viewers sent in photos of a hail storm that hammered parts of southern Manitoba, including Altona and Austin, and Pembina, N.D. on Aug. 28.
A decade has passed since one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Here's a look back at some of the unbelievable images.
Lightning and severe weather conditions forced the Biking to the Viking race to hit the brakes halfway to Gimli.
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