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Honourable Andrew Scheer, the Leader of the Official Opposition, on airstrikes in Syria

Andrew Scheer on the escalating situation in North Korea

Honourable Andrew Scheer, the Leader of the Official Opposition, on airstrikes in Syria April 14, 2018, Ottawa, Ontario – The Leader of the Official Opposition, the Honourable Andrew Scheer, expressed his horror on the American, British and French airstrikes against the regime of Bashar al-Assad. “The chemical attacks in Syria are nothing short of horrific. “The brutal civil war in Syria has caused ...

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When will the Trans Mountain Expansion be built? Canada’s Conservatives Remark on Trudeau – Notley – Horgan Meeting

When will the Trans Mountain Expansion be built? Canada’s Conservatives Remark on Trudeau – Notley – Horgan Meeting April 14, 2018, Ottawa, ON – Shannon Stubbs, Conservative Shadow Minister for Natural Resources, remarked on the upcoming meeting between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Alberta Premier Rachel Notley and British Columbia Premier John Horgan. “Before tomorrow’s meeting, Conservatives are calling on Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ...

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Nova Scotia teams sweep gold medals at 2018 Canadian Under-18 Curling Championships

Curling Canada

Nova Scotia teams sweep gold medals at 2018 Canadian Under-18 Curling Championships April 8, 2018, SAINT ANDREWS, N.B. — An already amazing season for Nova Scotia youth curling got even better on Saturday night at the W.C. O’Neill Arena Complex. Nova Scotia teams claimed both gold medals at the 2018 Canadian Under 18 Boys and Girls Curling Championships — the ...

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40 Groups in Quebec Exhort JustinTrudeau Not to make Kinder Morgan his Political Heritage

40 Groups in Quebec Exhort JustinTrudeau Not to make Kinder Morgan his Political Heritage April 12, 2018, MONTRÉAL – Today, 40 citizen groups and organizations in Quebec wrote to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ministers Catherine McKenna and Jim Carr to urge them to immediately withdraw their support for the expansion project. Kinder Morgan’s Trans Mountain Pipeline. These groups, some of ...

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Justin Trudeau’s Atwal affair is harming Canada’s relationship with India: O’Toole

Honourable Erin O’Toole, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs

Justin Trudeau’s Atwal affair is harming Canada’s relationship with India: O’Toole April 12, 2018, Ottawa, ON – The Honourable Erin O’Toole, Shadow Minister for Foreign Affairs, expressed his dislike following reports that the Indian government has called off a bilateral meeting with Canada’s Minister of Foreign Affairs: “This is the consequence from Justin Trudeau blaming India for the Atwal affair. The ...

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New arts venture BLUE SKY launches at Blue Metropolis Literary Festival – Monday, April 23, 5 à 7

New arts venture BLUE SKY launches at Blue Metropolis Literary Festival

New arts venture BLUE SKY launches at Blue Metropolis Literary Festival Monday, April 23, 5 à 7 April 2018, Montreal – Does Montreal need a new theatre company? Is live theatre still relevant? Are there better dramatic media than the stage to reach audiences with our stories? These questions and others are at the core of a new arts venture called Blue Sky ...

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