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Conservative Oppostition House Leader On the Passing of Barbara Bush

Candice Bergen

Conservative Oppostition House Leader On the Passing of Barbara Bush April 18, 2018, Ottawa, ON – In the House of Commons, Conservative Opposition House Leader, the Hon. Candice Bergen, expressed his grief in response to the passing of Barbara Bush. “The world lost an incredible individual and a dear friend of Canada. Barbara Bush, former First Lady of the United States, wife of ...

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2018 World Mixed Doubles, World Seniors Championships begin Saturday in Östersund, Sweden

Curling Canada

2018 World Mixed Doubles, World Seniors Championships begin Saturday in Östersund, Sweden April 19, 2018 – Canadian teams will have a chance to add to an already impressive 2017-18 world championship medal haul when the 2018 World Mixed Doubles and World Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships begin Saturday in Östersund, Sweden. In the past two months, teams wearing the ...

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Canada’s Conservatives Urge Government Action Following Supreme Court’s Interprovincial Trade Decision

John Nater, MP

Canada’s Conservatives Urge Government Action Following Supreme Court’s Interprovincial Trade Decision April 19, 2018, Ottawa, ON – John Nater, Conservative Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Interprovincial Trade and the Sharing Economy and Member of Parliament for Perth—Wellington, today commented in response to the Supreme Court of Canada’s decision in Her Majesty the Queen v. Gerard Comeau. “Given the Supreme Court’s decision, it is ...

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Andrew Scheer launches consultations “Listening to Quebecers”

Andrew Scheer on the escalating situation in North Korea

Andrew Scheer launches consultations “Listening to Quebecers” April 19, 2018, Montreal, QC – The Leader of Canada’s Conservatives, the Honourable Andrew Scheer, today launched consultations to develop, in collaboration with Quebecers, proposals that will be put forward during the 2019 election campaign. “During the coming months, we will be listening to Quebecers. Unifying and positive, these consultations will be conversations with ...

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Justin Trudeau fails to support veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder: McColeman

Phil McColeman, Shadow Minister for Veterans Affairs

Justin Trudeau fails to support veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder: McColeman April 19, 2018, Ottawa, ON – Phil McColeman, Shadow Minister for Veterans Affairs, issued a statement following a decision by the Trudeau government to scrap plans to provide a national standard for the training of service dogs. “Justin Trudeau has once again failed to deliver on his promises made ...

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Trio of 2019 Canadian curling championships to be decided in Fredericton, N.B.

Curling Canada

Trio of 2019 Canadian curling championships to be decided in Fredericton, N.B. April 20, 2018 – Over a nine-day span, three Canadian curling championships will be on the line at Willie O’Ree Place in Fredericton, N.B., it was announced today by Curling Canada. The 2019 U SPORTS/Curling Canada Curling Championships, and the 2019 Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA)/Curling Canada Championships ...

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Ottawa Spring Fest Organizing a Multi-Cultural event – Also enjoy a gift of Free Tulip Festival Ticket

Ottawa Spring Fest

Ottawa Spring Fest Organizing a Multi-Cultural event Also enjoy a gift of  Free Tulip Festival Ticket The Ottawa Spring Fest is organizing a cultural event, on May 12th 2018 at 2675 Draper Ave Ottawa from 3:30 p.m to 8:00 pm. Special Offer – Tulip festival is supporting the Ottawa Spring Festival with a gift of Free tulip Festival ticket (15.00) ...

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Government of Canada brings medical inadmissibility policy in line with inclusivity for persons with disabilities

Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada

Government of Canada brings medical inadmissibility policy in line with inclusivity for persons with disabilities  April 16, 2018 – Ottawa, ON – One of the Government of Canada’s priorities is to ensure greater accessibility and opportunities for Canadians with disabilities. Today’s announcement by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Minister Ahmed Hussen of changes to the medical inadmissibility provision of the Immigration and Refugee ...

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2018 programming of urban projects – More than 450 km of roadways, water mains and sewers will be rehabilitated or rebuilt in Montreal in 2018

Ville de Montreal

2018 programming of urban projects More than 450 km of roadways, water mains and sewers will be rehabilitated or rebuilt in Montreal in 2018 April 16, 2018, Montréal – The Vice-President of the Executive Committee and responsible for Water and Infrastructure for Water, Infrastructure and the Electric Services Commission, Mr. Sylvain Ouellet, the member of the Executive Committee responsible for ...

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G7 Leaders’ Statement on Syria

Canada PM Justin Trudeau, Labour Day, nuclear weapon

G7 Leaders’ Statement on Syria April 16, 2018, Ottawa, Ontario – The Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, joined G7 Leaders to comment on rising situation in Syria. “We, the G7 Leaders of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the United Kingdom, the United States of America and the European Union, are united in condemning, in the strongest possible terms, the use of chemical weapons in the ...

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