Jim Balsillie concerned about Canada’s coziness with Huawei | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley
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Jim Balsillie concerned about Canada’s coziness with Huawei | The Weekly with Wendy Mesley

Canadian tech pioneer Jim Balsillie talks about why he thinks the government is too cozy…

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Canadian air traffic controllers send pizzas to U.S. counterparts working without pay
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Canadian air traffic controllers send pizzas to U.S. counterparts working without pay

The Canadian Air Traffic Controller Association units in Gander, N.L., and Moncton, N.B., ordered pizzas…

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Corbyn agrees no deal Brexit would be ‘catastrophic’
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Corbyn agrees no deal Brexit would be ‘catastrophic’

British opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn said he would table a motion of no…

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Did Trump conceal details about Putin meetings?
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Did Trump conceal details about Putin meetings?

Trump took away his interpreter’s notes of a 2017 meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin…

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Giant Indigenous Peoples Atlas floor map gives students a new perspective on Canada
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Giant Indigenous Peoples Atlas floor map gives students a new perspective on Canada

A giant floor map based on the Indigenous Peoples Atlas of Canada has been travelling…

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Are there political risks for Canada in granting Saudi teen asylum?
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Are there political risks for Canada in granting Saudi teen asylum?

Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister met Saudi teen Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun with open arms in Toronto…

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Investigation into Ottawa bus crash likely to be lengthy
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Investigation into Ottawa bus crash likely to be lengthy

Ottawa police say finding the cause of Friday’s deadly bus crash will involve a lengthy…

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Unifor, GM workers say Ottawa should be doing more to save their jobs
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Unifor, GM workers say Ottawa should be doing more to save their jobs

Autoworkers rallied to keep a General Motors plant open in Oshawa, Ont. Unifor president Jerry…

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5 things to know about the Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute
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5 things to know about the Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute

Here are 5 words you’ll hear in the coverage of the Wet’suwet’en pipeline dispute (and…

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Saudi teen on the run from her family lands in Toronto
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Saudi teen on the run from her family lands in Toronto

Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun, the Saudi teen who was granted asylum in Canada after fleeing an…

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