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A thinning border – but no continental Big Bang

With many Canadians wrongly fearing U.S. domination, Ottawa and Washington can only take incremental steps toward integration

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Ottawa, chiefs agree to pursue wholesale reform of native education

Panel to develop plan for on-reserve

Stephen Harper shows Tory faithful his rock star side

PM fronts four-piece band, delivering classics from the Who, the Rolling Stones and John

Tories axing requirement that all Supreme Court judges be fluently bilingual

Conservative government using Senate to scupper private-member’s bill on

Tories axing bilingual requirement for Supreme Court judges

Conservative government using Senate to scupper private-member’s bill on

WikiLeaks dump lists U.S. interest in Canada’s energy assets

Cable provides terrorist groups with handy inventory of facilities the U.S. considers key to its economy and

What Loyola Hearn expects to find on the Emerald Isle

Ex-fisheries minister discusses his ties to Ireland, his new job as ambassador and his choice of

Fatal flu hits northern Manitoba

Health officials fear influenza a factor in two recent deaths; a third person is very

Fatal flu hits northern Manitoba native reserve

Health officials fear influenza a factor in two recent deaths; a third person is very

Federal parties agree to scrap bill to correct voting inequalities

Death of legislation to give Ontario, B.C. and Alberta more seats continues discrimination of urban, visible-minority

In the by-elections’ aftermath, the parties spin

All three major parties trumpet, rationalize or explain away the

After by-elections, the parties spin

All three major parties trumpet, rationalize or explain away the

Vaughan by-election loss adds to Ignatieff’s woes

Though Liberals score separate victory in Winnipeg, suburban Toronto defeat further weakens leadership - but doesn't necessarily signal Tory

Replacing the irreplaceable Danny Williams

With no obvious successor for the pugnacious outgoing Premier, Newfoundlanders mull whether a more conciliatory leader might be in

Danny Williams: A proud Newfoundlander, walking the talk

Danny Williams reflects on his successes as Premier, and the life that comes

A poor cousin no more, Newfoundland owes its pride to Danny Williams

The bombastic premier turned his province right-side

A poor cousin no more, Nfld. owes its pride to Danny Williams

The bombastic premier turned his province right-side

The politics of sports funding weigh heavy for Harper government

By refusing to fund a new arena, the Conservative Party ‘is gambling on its future in Quebec City,' says city

Tories apologize for budget leak

Opposition seizes Conservative MP Kelly Block’s contrition as proof of ‘real coziness’ between government and

PM rewards Loyola Hearn with plum Dublin post

Affable Newfoundlander served as Fisheries minister after helping negotiate union of Canadian Alliance and Progressive Conservative

Minister unveils beefed-up veterans benefits

Tory legislation would ease financial burden on low-income soldiers with severe

Disabled veterans to get higher payments

Proposed improvements to those seriously injured in line of duty earns qualified

With Potash bid off table, Clement is free to face fresh controversy

BHP’s decision to give up the game means Harper government’s fixer has one less fire to put

Beginning of the end of NATO involvement in Afghanistan at hand

Bipartisan agreement to keep Canadian troops in war-torn country until

Ottawa wins praise for endorsing UN indigenous-rights declaration

Conservative move signals 'real shift' toward improved native relations, AFN chief

Decision Points, by George W. Bush

John Ibbitson reviews Decision Points, by George W.

At pivotal moment for military, MacKay is grilled about his future

Defence Minister is said to be in talks with Bay Street law firm as major decisions loom on Afghanistan, F-35

At pivotal moment for military, MacKay is grilled about his future

Defence Minister is said to be in talks with Bay Street law firm as major decisions loom on Afghanistan, F-35

PM plans cross-country listening tour ahead of tough-love budget

Harper sends cabinet ministers and MPs out into ridings to solicit advice on what to

Tony Clements thrives on being the Teflon man

He has surmounted a string of crises that would have sunk a lesser

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