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Why Chrystia Freeland is the indispensable Trudeau cabinet minister

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The most important relationship Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has within his cabinet is with Chrystia Freeland. By tasking her with improving relations with the provinces, Trudeau put her at the centre of much of his minority government's ambitious policy goals. »more

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Trump's EU ambassador details 'quid pro quo' demand on Ukraine

The US ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, has told the House impeachment inquiry he followed President Donald Trump's orders on Ukraine.
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#PresidentPelosi is trending after Sondland's testimony - here's how she could actually become president

As the House of Representatives investigation into whether US President Donald Trump should face impeachment proceedings heats up, many are calling for Democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi to take the top job.
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Mike Babcock out as Maple Leafs coach

The Toronto Maple Leafs have fired head coach Mike Babcock replaced him with Sheldon Keefe.
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New public safety minister says Huawei 5G review 'a priority' but offers no timeline

Bill Blair’s promotion to public safety minister is receiving mixed reviews, with some observers saying they're worried the former police chief’s appointment signals a shift away from national security matters.
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Somali-Canadian activist Almaas Elman killed in Mogadishu
The Somali government says a Somali-Canadian human rights activist and diplomat has been killed.
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'Powerful moment' as US House passes Hong Kong human rights bills
Bills to support protesters in Hong Kong and warn China over human rights have been passed by the US House of Representatives.
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Shatner, Obomsawin among 39 inductees to Order of Canada today
Gov. Gen. Julie Payette is honouring 39 people with the Order of Canada this morning, including actor William Shatner, writer Ann-Marie MacDonald and lawyer James Lockyer.
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Victim of revenge porn sues ex-lover, testing Saskatchewan's new privacy law
A Saskatchewan woman has filed a civil suit against her ex-lover, Daylan Heidel, seeking compensation for harm allegedly inflicted on her when he shared intimate images without her consent.
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