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In Ottawa, expatriate Egyptians add their voices to call for change

Peaceful and hopeful, demonstrators are convinced ‘this regime will go out’

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Harper holds single-digit polling edge as House resumes

With election rhetoric heating up, EKOS and Abacus surveys put Tories between 7.5 and 8 percentage points ahead of

Peter Kent sees no pressing need for new climate laws

‘Environment Canada already has the legal tools it needs to execute our plan,’ minister

Jack Layton declares New Democrats fit for campaign duty

Tearing strips off both Harper and Ignatieff, NDP chief says significant help for families is his price for supporting

Allergy sufferers fear lobbying by beer industry may kill new food labelling rules

Efforts to make food labels clearer have been met with resistance by the beer

Allergy sufferers fear beer lobby could kill new food labelling rules

Efforts to make food labels clearer have been met with resistance by the beer

Coalition of churches condemns Ottawa’s justice plan

Conservatives’ law-and-order agenda will make streets more dangerous and drain tax dollars, group

Legal experts want citizen’s arrest law to empower citizens, discourage vigilantes

Changes to Criminal Code expected to be tabled when Parliament resumes in

Lobbying watchdog refuses to explain the rules

Commissioner won’t decide on compliance with new act until someone

Government faces hard sell for thousands of new jail cells

Opposition MPs cool to announcement of $150-million in new

Harper weighs in on Ivory Coast strife, Sudanese secession vote

Ottawa ‘does not recognize the expulsion order because we do not recognize the regime that issued it,’ PM

Well-travelled PM unveils volunteer awards

Stephen Harper says he visits more towns and villages than any of his

It’s the economy, Scott Brison says, and the Tories are stupid

Liberals attempt to tar Conservative financial record and take credit for recovery

It’s our economy, stupid, Scott Brison tells Tories

Liberals attempt to tar Conservative financial record and take credit for recovery

Liberals want Ottawa to cough up cash for Coptic churches

Deadline for security infrastructure program has lapsed, so Public Safety Minister would have to dig up additional funds to ease fears after terror attack in

Senate leader takes aim at suspended members’ expenses

Marjory LeBreton wants such payments ended after it was revealed Raymond Lavigne, suspended since 2007, is still making

Canada to ease physical-fitness guidelines

Making targets more attainable will promote health and encourage exercise, fitness experts

Sponsorship scandal cloud hovers over Grits: poll

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Liberals, Ignatieff have work to do to repair party brand: poll

Canadians think Liberals lack strong leadership, unlike Tories, NDP, poll

Tory-created watchdogs appear unable to uncover wrongdoing

Created by the Conservative government to keep politicians honest, Officers of Parliament appointed under the Accountability Act appear unable – or unwilling – to uncover

Tory-appointed watchdogs reluctant to probe wrongdoing, critics charge

Officers of Parliament were created to keep politicians honest, but track records tell a different

Ignatieff hopes to lure NDP, Bloc voters sick of Conservatives

Mr. Ignatieff told CTV’s Question Period on Sunday that he is more interested at this juncture in drawing voters away from the other parties than working with the

Ignatieff hopes to lure NDP, Bloc voters tired of Conservatives

Mr. Ignatieff told CTV’s Question Period on Sunday that he is more interested at this juncture in drawing voters away from the other parties than working with the

Ignatieff out to lure voters from the NDP, Bloc

Liberal Leader is campaigning as a ‘compassionate’ alternative to

Harper’s senators: Conservative, diverse and obedient

PM has named 38 people to the body he once said should be

Battle over Chinese-made rifle pits gun enthusiasts against RCMP

Owners go to court in bid to prevent seizure of Norinco Type 97A, which Mounties say can easily be converted to fully automatic and is therefore

Protesters occupy Jim Flaherty’s office after about-face on pensions

We won’t leave until we meet with Finance Minister, labour leader Sid Ryan

PM to make native education a priority

Harper open to meeting for the first time with first-nations

Anti-smoking groups fight for larger warning labels on cigarettes

Letter urges Health Minister to make updated labels part of new tobacco

Natives blast Ottawa’s ‘betrayal of trust’

First nations groups in NWT decry decision to open protected lands to

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