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Tunisian billionaire wants refugee status in Canada, Cannon says

But Foreign Affairs Minister notes PM has ‘indicated that these people are not welcome’

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Tunisian billionaire wants refugee status in Canada, Cannon says

Canada has moved to get brother-in-law of Tunisia’s ousted dictator out of the

Demonstrators across Canada rally in support of Egyptian protesters

Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon urges government to limit use of force when controlling

Canada urges Egypt’s Mubarak to bring in reforms, promote democracy

Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon urges government to limit use of force when controlling

The dangers of treating food as a strategic asset

To make the world peaceful, we need to make bread more plentiful. It’s the stuff of

Flaring their nostrils, pawing the ground, seeking a breakthrough

For all the manoeuvrings of the past five years, none of the parties has budged in public

Ottawa calls on Mubarak to avoid violence

Protesters’ concerns must be addressed, Foreign Affairs

Ted Morton and his ‘phony Conservatives’ look to rebuild

Many who formerly supported him are now Wildrose sympathizers, members, or

Ted Morton and his ‘phony Conservatives’ look to rebuild

Many who formerly supported him are now Wildrose sympathizers, members, or

Canada set to extradite, freeze assets of Ben Ali

Legal options being explored to brother-in-law of ousted Tunisian president, says foreign affairs

Canada moves to extradite, freeze assets of exiled Tunisian billionaire

Ottawa explores its options to expel Belhassen Trabelsi, brother-in-law of ousted Tunisian

Tougher rules needed to meet greenhouse gas emissions target, Kent warns

Canada only a quarter of the way to meeting 2020 goal, Environment Minister

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

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

Meet Mark Holland, public enemy No. 1 for Tories

Conservatives love to hate the Liberal point-man on crime - and they’re desperate to poach his Toronto-area

Odds of an election 50-50, Flaherty says

Assessing the odds of an election over the budget is the main topic of conversation on Parliament

Hungary’s strongman spooks Europe

Is he a right-wing Hugo Chavez or a Central European Berlusconi? This former anti-communist activist has become an authoritarian, nationalist Prime Minister. And he's making the neighbours

Alberta vendetta averted

The joint announcement of Premier Ed Stelmach and former Finance Minister Ted Morton helps remove suspicions of a coup d'état

La trahison des séparatistes

The Bloc and PQ used to stand for peace, social justice and concern for the vulnerable. Now they support fighter jets, asbestos mines and

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

Tories yank truth-stretching anti-Ignatieff ads after 24 hours

‘It was a one day web posting, there was no media buy ever planned,’ senior party official

Alberta to launch single oil, gas regulator

Industry heralds the move as a cost and time saver, but critics fear an extraction-friendly

Ottawa’s shrinking deficit hints at a rosier budget than expected

Numbers offer a potential lift for Flaherty at a critical time for the

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

Harper has made strides on mental health

PM’s determined, co-operative approach to Canadian scourge merits mention when assessing his five years in

Peter MacKay, humility and a geographic gaffe

Defence Minister cracks a joke about his B.C.-California border slip

NDP teeter-totter tilts toward spring election

Layton is equivocal but Mulcair isn’t when it comes to corporate tax cuts - and caucus leans toward the deputy

Strike a blow for democracy: Scrap the OMB

In an age when municipalities have planning staffs, it’s an affront to suggest they need to have their actions overseen by a

Will Obama ‘lose’ Saudi Arabia?

U.S. president could be confronted with historic

Expelling Tunisian billionaire won’t be easy, experts say

Chance remains that government will not be able to remove brother-in-law of ousted Tunisian dictator Zine El Abidine Ben

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