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Oct 21st

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    Rick DykstraStatement by Prime Minister of #Canada on death of Canadian Forces member in Quebec - @RickDykstra Online http://goo.gl/65JZHW
    5 hours ago | Ontario, La Prairie
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    Wendy BisaroStatistics Canada Surveys
    5 hours ago | Territories (yk, nt, nu), Frame Lake
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    KW Federal Liberalsvia Gerald Butts on twitter @gmbutts: CPC accuses Trudeau of killing a tax cut they haven't delivered, while backing away from it themselves. That's novel. http://m.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/tories-eye-changes-to-income-splitting-promise-for-canadian-families/article21184190/?service=mobile
    5 hours ago | Ontario, Kitchener—Waterloo
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    Canoe.ca PoliticsMMAer War Machine pens suicide note 'forgiving' porn star Christy Mack: Report: http://slam.canoe.ca/Slam/Fighting/MixedMartialArts/2014/10/21/22020736.html
    5 hours ago | , Mississauga South
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    Dan HarrisThe Global Partnership for Education has helped 46 partner countries get more than 22 million more kids into school since 2003. Canada is falling behind on this issue. The Conservatives did not make a pledge at the June 2014 replenishment conference in Brussels.
    5 hours ago | Ontario, Scarborough Southwest
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    5 hours ago | Ontario, Marguerite-Bourgeoys
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    Laurin LiuThomas Mulcair aura 60 ans ce vendredi! Vous pouvez lui souhaiter un joyeux anniversaire en signant cette carte.
    5 hours ago | Quebec, Rivière-des-Mille-Îles
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    5 hours ago | Quebec, Chambly—Borduas
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    5 hours ago | Quebec, Louis-Hébert
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    Brad WallWeather is a federal responsibility, except in Octobers of even years when the province takes over. #skheatwave
    5 hours ago | Saskatchewan,
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    Omar AlghabraHappy Diwali!
    5 hours ago | Ontario, Mississauga—Erindale
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    5 hours ago | Ontario, Parkdale—High Park
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    Olivia ChowJoin me and hundreds of supporters on election night in Regent Park, as we watch the results come in. Details and RSVP below.
    5 hours ago | Ontario, Trinity—Spadina
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    Paul DewarBonne fête Tom!
    5 hours ago | Ontario, Frontenac
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    6 hours ago | Quebec, Brome—Missisquoi
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    6 hours ago | British Columbia, Abbotsford
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    Joan CrockattDuring National Citizenship Week, I was able to welcome 60 new Canadians from 24 different countries. Attending citizenship ceremonies is one of the most enjoyable things I do as a Member of Parliament. People from all over the world come to Canada for new opportunities and the rule of law.
    6 hours ago | Alberta, Calgary Centre
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    David EggenNDP health critic David Eggen says Premier Jim Prentice and his new health minister, former Edmonton mayor Stephen Mandel, don't yet have a seat in the legislature, yet "already they are presiding over the largest privatization contract in Alberta's history." Last October, the New Democrats released a letter signed by 16 pathologists that said they were concerned about the impact of lab privatization on patient safety. "This decision to move ahead with this plan has serious implications for patient safety, the speed and delivery of lab results, workloads for health-care workers and protocol in the event of a natural disaster," said Eggen.
    6 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton
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    6 hours ago | Ontario,
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    6 hours ago | Alberta, Simcoe—Grey
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    Jean-François FortinAllier les forces de nos régions ! Plus de détails ici : www.forcesetdemocratie.org
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia
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    6 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton
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    6 hours ago | Quebec, Haute-Gaspésie—La Mitis—Matane—Matapédia
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    David EggenNDP health critic David Eggen said the province should stop stalling and take action by enforcing existing rules. “We’re short doctors in Alberta and Copeman brings them in and puts a $4,000 fence around them,” he said.
    6 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton
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    Jinny SimsThe fight to keep home mail delivery is far from over. With Canadians starting to lose their postal services this week, we’re renewing our opposition to these Conservative cuts that target the most vulnerable. Maintaining home mail delivery remains one of the NDP’s main priorities. Thank you to CUPW for organizing a successful rally on Parliament Hill to protest the end of door to door delivery. Thrilled to see so many NPD MPs there to support. http://jinnysims.ndp.ca/the-fight-to-keep-home-mail-delivery-is-far-from-over
    6 hours ago | British Columbia, Newton—North Delta
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    Stephen HarperI learned with shock and sadness yesterday that two Canadian Armed Forces members from Canadian Forces Base Saint-Jean Garrison were hit by a man who, according to our national security services, had become radicalized. On behalf of all Canadians, Laureen and I offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the CAF member who succumbed to injuries caused by this vicious event. We also offer our prayers for the recovery of the member who was injured. I would also like to thank first responders on the scene for their efforts. Finally, I want to express that the authorities can count on our full support in order to get to the bottom of this terrible act.
    6 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Stephen HarperC’est avec stupeur et tristesse que j’ai appris hier que deux membres des Forces armées canadiennes de la Garnison de la Base des Forces canadiennes Saint Jean ont été happés par un homme qui, selon nos services de sécurité nationale, s’était radicalisé. Au nom de tous les Canadiens, Laureen et moi offrons nos plus sincères condoléances à la famille et aux amis du membre des FAC qui a succombé aux blessures subies lors de cet événement odieux. Nous prions également pour le rétablissement du militaire qui a été blessé. Par ailleurs, j’aimerais remercier les premiers intervenants sur les lieux pour leurs efforts. Enfin, je tiens à dire que les autorités peuvent compter sur notre plein appui pour faire toute la lumière sur ce geste horrible.
    6 hours ago | Alberta, La Peltrie
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    Laurin LiuUn peu de soleil, en cette journée grise.
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Rivière-des-Mille-Îles
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    Romeo SaganashPOUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE (English follows) Le 21 octobre 2014 POSTES CANADA : LA PARTIE EST LOIN D’ÊTRE TERMINÉE OTTAWA – Le maintien de la livraison de la poste à domicile demeure une priorité de taille pour le NPD qui intensifiera ses efforts afin de donner aux Canadiens les services qu’ils méritent. « Avec la tendance marquée du gouvernement à s’orienter vers la privatisation, j’aimerais savoir si c’est ce que les conservateurs prévoient pour Postes Canada. Les Canadiens tiennent à recevoir leur courrier à domicile », a déclaré le porte-parole du NPD en matière de travail, Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie), qui était accompagné de Susan Dixon, l’instigatrice d’une pétition ayant récolté 200 000 signatures pour le maintien du courrier à domicile. Les besoins des Canadiens sont complètement ignorés par Postes Canada et le gouvernement conservateur, sans compter les multiples conséquences qui attendent les personnes en situation de handicap et les personnes âgées dès la fin de la livraison de la poste à domicile. « La pétition de Susan Dixon a interpellé les Canadiens parce qu’elle parle au nom de tous ceux qui seront confrontés à d’importantes difficultés advenant la fin de la livraison de la poste à domicile », a ajouté le président du Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuse des postes (STTP), Denis Lemelin, également présent aujourd’hui. De plus, M. Boulerice a rappelé que la situation financière de Postes Canada ne justifie aucunement ces coupes et dénonce l'absence de consultation pour informer les Canadiens sur les raisons et les impacts de ces mesures. « Les citoyens sont tenus dans l’ignorance alors qu’ils ont le droit de savoir. Combien coûteront les nouvelles boîtes postales communautaires? Ça prend des réponses », a ajouté M. Boulerice. – 30 – Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec : Véronique Breton, attachée de presse, (613) 408-1483 ou veronique.breton@parl.gc.ca http://www.npd.ca/nouvelles/postes-canada-la-partie-est-loin-detre-terminee FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 21, 2014 THE FIGHT TO KEEP HOME MAIL DELIVERY IS FAR FROM OVER OTTAWA – Maintaining home mail delivery remains one of the NDP’s main priorities as it intensifies its campaign to save the services Canadians rely on and deserve. “With this government’s marked trend toward privatization, I would like to know if this is also their plan for Canada Post. Canadians are adamant about continuing to receive their mail at home,” said NDP Labour critic Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie), who was joined by Susan Dixon – the woman behind the petition to keep home mail delivery, which now has 200,000 signatures. The end of home mail delivery will be particularly hard on seniors and people living with disabilities—something Canada Post and Conservatives have completely ignored. "Susan Dixon's petition has struck a chord with Canadians because she speaks for the many who will endure significant hardships if home mail delivery is ended,” added Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) President, Denis Lemelin, who was also in attendance today. Boulerice also noted that Canada Post’s financial situation simply does not justify these cuts and criticized the lack of consultations to inform Canadians of the reasons for, and potential impact of, these changes. “Citizens are being kept in the dark, but they have a right to know the truth. How much will the new community mailboxes cost? We need answers,” added Boulerice. – 30 – For more information, please contact: Véronique Breton, Press Secretary, 613-408-1483 or veronique.breton@parl.gc.ca http://www.ndp.ca/news/fight-to-keep-home-mail-delivery-far-over ***
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou
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    Linda DuncanSkip the propaganda http://t.co/iuZ0Um94yU credibility flows from genuinely engaged impacted communities, addressing impacts #cdnpoli
    6 hours ago | Alberta, Edmonton—Strathcona
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    Laurin LiuLe Festival Alouettes permet à des équipes de football mineur de vivre une journée mémorable avec l'ambiance, l'intensité et la frénésie qui règnent lors d'un match au Stade de l'Université McGill. Cette année, Les Lions Atome de Saint-Eustache/Deux-Montagnes AFFLL étaient les hôtes du Festival. Ce fut une superbe et chaude journée pour cette belle activité!
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Rivière-des-Mille-Îles
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    Kelly BlockPrime Minister Stephen Harper today issued the following statement in response to a deadly incident that occurred in Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Quebec: “I learned with shock and sadness yesterday that two Canadian Armed Forces members from Canadian Forces Base Saint-Jean Garrison were hit by a man who, according to our national security services, had become radicalized. “On behalf of all Canadians, Laureen and I offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the CAF member who succumbed to injuries caused by this vicious event. We also offer our prayers for the recovery of the member who was injured. I would also like to thank first responders on the scene for their efforts. “Finally, I want to express that the authorities can count on our full support in order to get to the bottom of this terrible act.”
    6 hours ago | Saskatchewan, Nunavut
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    Marie-Claude Morin#PostesCanada, la partie est loin d'être terminée! #NPD http://t.co/KE7HgGFYKE
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Saint-Hyacinthe—Bagot
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    Soo WongPls to know #Ontario govt is offering $3M to help front-line responders contain#Ebola outbreak in West Africia! #ScarboroughAgincourt
    6 hours ago | Ontario, Scarborough—Agincourt
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    Soo WongAsked Minister@DrEricHoskins question on #Ontario readiness in dealing w #Ebola;pls to know our province is ready! #ScarboroughAgincourt
    6 hours ago | Ontario, Scarborough—Agincourt
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    Romeo SaganashFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Version française incluse) October 21, 2014 CONSERVATIVES SHOULD ANSWER MALALA’S CALL Conservatives have yet to pledge to the Global Partnership for Education following June replenishment conference OTTAWA - New Democrats renewed her call on the Canadian government to provide funding for the Global Partnership for Education (GPE) replenishment. “This year’s Nobel Peace Prize went in part to Malala Yousafzai, the world’s leading advocate for girls’ education. Malala and many civil society activists have asked the Government of Canada to make a significant pledge to the Global Partnership for Education. Now is the time to answer the call,” said NDP International Development critic Hélène Laverdière (Laurier - Sainte-Marie). Laverdière expressed concern that Canada is lagging behind other countries on this issue. Unlike many other countries, Canada did not make a pledge at the June 2014 replenishment conference held in Brussels. Yet the Global Partnership for Education has a proven track record of success, helping 46 partner countries get nearly 22 million more children in school since 2003. “Funding for global education would complement Canada’s approach to Maternal, Newborn and Child Health” said Laverdière, noting that “education has major secondary impacts on the health of women and children by reducing the number of preventable deaths.” – 30 – For more information, please contact: Greta Levy, Press Secretary, 613-408-1642 or greta.levy@parl.gc.ca http://www.ndp.ca/news/conservatives-should-answer-malalas-call *** POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE 21 octobre 2014 LES CONSERVATEURS DEVRAIENT RÉPONDRE À L’APPEL DE MALALA Les conservateurs ne se sont toujours pas engagés à appuyer le Partenariat mondial pour l'éducation, plusieurs mois après la conférence de reconstitution de juin OTTAWA – Le NPD demande une fois de plus au gouvernement canadien de participer à la reconstitution des ressources du Partenariat mondial pour l'éducation. « La lauréate du prix Nobel de la paix 2014 et défenseure internationalement reconnue du droit des filles à l’éducation, Malala Yousafzai, ainsi que de nombreux membres de la société civile ont demandé au gouvernement du Canada de s’engager de façon significative à appuyer financièrement le Partenariat mondial pour l'éducation. Le gouvernement se doit de répondre à cette demande », a déclaré la porte-parole du NPD en matière de développement international, Hélène Laverdière (Laurier—Sainte-Marie). Mme Laverdière craint que le Canada ne prenne du retard par rapport à d’autres pays sur cet enjeu. En effet, contrairement à bon nombre d’autres pays, le Canada n’a pas annoncé d’engagement concret lors de la conférence sur la reconstitution des ressources du Partenariat mondial pour l'éducation qui a eu lieu à Bruxelles en juin dernier. Ce partenariat a pourtant fait ses preuves : depuis 2003, il a aidé 46 pays partenaires à permettre à 22 millions d’enfants d’avoir accès à l’école. « Le soutien à l’éducation partout dans le monde viendrait compléter l’approche du Canada en matière de santé des mères, des nouveau-nés et des enfants, a ajouté Hélène Laverdière. L’éducation a des répercussions majeures sur la santé des femmes et des enfants et elle contribue à réduire le nombre de décès évitables. » – 30 – Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec : Greta Levy, attachée de presse, (613) 408-1642 ou greta.levy@parl.gc.ca http://www.npd.ca/nouvelles/les-conservateurs-devraient-repondre-lappel-de-malala
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou
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    Romeo SaganashFOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Version française incluse) October 21, 2014 THE FIGHT TO KEEP HOME MAIL DELIVERY IS FAR FROM OVER OTTAWA – Maintaining home mail delivery remains one of the NDP’s main priorities as it intensifies its campaign to save the services Canadians rely on and deserve. “With this government’s marked trend toward privatization, I would like to know if this is also their plan for Canada Post. Canadians are adamant about continuing to receive their mail at home,” said NDP Labour critic Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie), who was joined by Susan Dixon – the woman behind the petition to keep home mail delivery, which now has 200,000 signatures. The end of home mail delivery will be particularly hard on seniors and people living with disabilities—something Canada Post and Conservatives have completely ignored. "Susan Dixon's petition has struck a chord with Canadians because she speaks for the many who will endure significant hardships if home mail delivery is ended,” added Canadian Union of Postal Workers (CUPW) President, Denis Lemelin, who was also in attendance today. Boulerice also noted that Canada Post’s financial situation simply does not justify these cuts and criticized the lack of consultations to inform Canadians of the reasons for, and potential impact of, these changes. “Citizens are being kept in the dark, but they have a right to know the truth. How much will the new community mailboxes cost? We need answers,” added Boulerice. – 30 – For more information, please contact: Véronique Breton, Press Secretary, 613-408-1483 or veronique.breton@parl.gc.ca http://www.ndp.ca/news/fight-to-keep-home-mail-delivery-far-over *** POUR DIFFUSION IMMÉDIATE Le 21 octobre 2014 POSTES CANADA : LA PARTIE EST LOIN D’ÊTRE TERMINÉE OTTAWA – Le maintien de la livraison de la poste à domicile demeure une priorité de taille pour le NPD qui intensifiera ses efforts afin de donner aux Canadiens les services qu’ils méritent. « Avec la tendance marquée du gouvernement à s’orienter vers la privatisation, j’aimerais savoir si c’est ce que les conservateurs prévoient pour Postes Canada. Les Canadiens tiennent à recevoir leur courrier à domicile », a déclaré le porte-parole du NPD en matière de travail, Alexandre Boulerice (Rosemont – La Petite-Patrie), qui était accompagné de Susan Dixon, l’instigatrice d’une pétition ayant récolté 200 000 signatures pour le maintien du courrier à domicile. Les besoins des Canadiens sont complètement ignorés par Postes Canada et le gouvernement conservateur, sans compter les multiples conséquences qui attendent les personnes en situation de handicap et les personnes âgées dès la fin de la livraison de la poste à domicile. « La pétition de Susan Dixon a interpellé les Canadiens parce qu’elle parle au nom de tous ceux qui seront confrontés à d’importantes difficultés advenant la fin de la livraison de la poste à domicile », a ajouté le président du Syndicat des travailleurs et travailleuse des postes (STTP), Denis Lemelin, également présent aujourd’hui. De plus, M. Boulerice a rappelé que la situation financière de Postes Canada ne justifie aucunement ces coupes et dénonce l'absence de consultation pour informer les Canadiens sur les raisons et les impacts de ces mesures. « Les citoyens sont tenus dans l’ignorance alors qu’ils ont le droit de savoir. Combien coûteront les nouvelles boîtes postales communautaires? Ça prend des réponses », a ajouté M. Boulerice. – 30 – Pour de plus amples renseignements, veuillez communiquer avec : Véronique Breton, attachée de presse, (613) 408-1483 ou veronique.breton@parl.gc.ca http://www.npd.ca/nouvelles/postes-canada-la-partie-est-loin-detre-terminee
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou
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    Romeo SaganashRevue de presse - 21 octobre 2014 NRJ 102,7 - François-Olivier Dénommé http://valdor.radionrj.ca/info-Abitibi/2014/10/21/le-npd-ne-regarde-pas-les-sondages
    6 hours ago | Quebec, Abitibi—Baie-James—Nunavik—Eeyou
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    6 hours ago | Ontario, Marguerite-Bourgeoys
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    6 hours ago | Quebec, Pierrefonds—Dollard
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    6 hours ago | Quebec, Pierrefonds—Dollard
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    Liberal Party of NLA reminder that our head office has moved! You can now find our Liberal Party of Newfoundland and Labrador team at the intersection of Topsail and Blackmarsh; the entrance to our office is on the Blackmarsh Road side of the building at the far left of the building. 860 Topsail Road Mount Pearl, NL A1N 3J7
    6 hours ago | Newfoundland,
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    Canoe.ca PoliticsTripAdvisor has curated a list of vacation rental sites from around the world that come with their own infinity pools for snowbirds who may have begun to shop for their winter escape: http://www.canoe.ca/Travel/Galleries/2014/10/16/22011671.html #travel
    7 hours ago | , Mississauga South
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    Marc LaferriereAs promised earlier today here is another poll showing a good trend - but remember its a poll a year ahead of a fixed election date. A lot can happen - and I guess that is my point, for those writing off one party or another anything can happen between now and the next Federal election - and campaigns and ideas matter: "A new poll suggests support for the federal Liberals dipped in the past month, with all signs pointing to a close, three-way battle in the next federal election. With an election now less than a year way, Thomas Mulcair's New Democrats are very much in the equation. In vote-rich Ontario, 33 per cent said they would support the Liberals, 30 per cent the Tories and 28 per cent the NDP."
    7 hours ago | Ontario, Brant
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    Kimberley LoveTruly beautiful excerpt from Justin Trudeau's new book Common Ground.
    7 hours ago | Ontario, Bruce—Grey—Owen Sound
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    Judy Sgrohttps://www.facebook.com/events/1583448121876408/?ref=br_tf
    7 hours ago | Ontario, York West
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    Soo WongReminder to #ScarboroughAgincourt residents of tonight Mayoralty Debate @UTSC, 7 -8:30pm! #onpoli http://t.co/HFi5ORo3ny
    7 hours ago | Ontario, Scarborough—Agincourt
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    Pierre Dionne LabelleM. Larose avait voté en faveur de du projet de loi qui forcerait les transfuges à démissionner. Je l’invite donc à prouver qu’il est un homme de principe et à démissionner pour enclencher la tenue d’une élection partielle dans Repentigny.
    7 hours ago | Quebec, Rivière-du-Nord
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    Laurin LiuLes conservateurs et les libéraux abandonnent les bélugas bit.ly/1oqdMLO // Conservatives and Liberals abandon belugas bit.ly/1sKTonl
    7 hours ago | Quebec, Rivière-des-Mille-Îles

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