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Trump has been impeached again. What now? Latest updates on what Congress could do next

In the News   |   January 14, 2021

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House Democrats voted Wednesday to approve a single article of impeachment to remove Donald Trump for ‘incitement of insurrection’ in Jan. 6′s Capitol Hill riot. Here’s what you need to know. Latest updates Donald Trump,... read more

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Remote learning advice from families and educators who’ve been online for months

In the News   |   January 12, 2021

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Parents in several parts of the country whose kids are moving from in-school instruction to remote learning from home as of Monday face a potentially steep learning curve. “Online learning is a completely different ballgame,”... read more

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What rough beast?

Cartoons   |   January 12, 2021

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'The centre cannot hold' wrote W.B.Yeats more than a century ago in his poem The Second Coming. Nor can the Republican party as its president slouches towards the exit. Reading the poem might be instructive.

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Put this back together

Cartoons   |   January 11, 2021

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Incoming US President Joe Biden inherits a nation torn by factional disagreement and violence

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Do as I say, not as I do

Cartoons   |   January 4, 2021

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Many politicians, most prominently Ontario's ex-finance minister, are in trouble for travelling while urging citizens to obey pandemic restrictions.

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Dare we hope?

Cartoons   |   December 17, 2020

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In Dickens' story, Scrooge is turned into a kinder, gentler man after ghostly visitations.

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Ottawa approves return of Boeing 737 Max to Canadian skies

In the News   |   December 17, 2020

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The federal government has approved design changes to the Boeing 737 Max that will allow the plane to fly again in Canada after it was banned around the world last year following two deadly crashes.... read more

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Rate-wise, this may be a once-in-a-generation chance to buy a home

In the News   |   December 16, 2020

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A personal finance lesson of the past 12 years is that interest-rate forecasts are close to useless – just plan for rates to fall. Keep this in mind as we look at whether the rate... read more

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Truth and Reconciliation commissioners call for governments, Canadians to renew commitments five years on

In the News   |   December 15, 2020

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The commissioners of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which probed Canada’s residential school legacy, are calling on governments and all Canadians to renew their commitments toward healing with Indigenous peoples five years after the release... read more

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Newsworthy

Cartoons   |   December 14, 2020

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More than 500 current and former CBC staff are trying to stop the corporation selling the type of advertising known as paid content in this era of ‘fake news.'

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How an entire industry sped up the vaccine timeline

In the News   |   December 10, 2020

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While extraordinary, the timely arrival of a COVID-19 vaccine developed by the German company BioNTech in partnership with U.S.-based Pfizer Inc. after its speedy path through clinical trials and regulatory approval is no fluke. The... read more

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Canadian envoy says Michael Kovrig, Michael Spavor are healthy despite being in Chinese prison for 730 days

In the News   |   December 9, 2020

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Canada’s ambassador to China says Canadians Michael Kovrig and Michael Spavor are healthy and doing well despite being held in Chinese prisons for 730 days. Dominic Barton, who recently met the two men through virtual... read more

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Yes, you can find 20 per cent interest rates in 2020. But you won’t like them

In the News   |   December 8, 2020

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We live in a world of constant disruption, credit card interest rates excepted. Most cards have for years carried an interest rate of 19.99 per cent, a few have been pegged at 20.99 and there... read more

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Watchdog calls out RCMP for exploring new genetic investigative techniques without privacy disclosures

In the News   |   December 7, 2020

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The RCMP is flouting federal directives by exploring a new investigative technique without spelling out its effect on the privacy of Canadians, the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada says. Government records show that the RCMP... read more

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Liberals table bill to implement United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

In the News   |   December 4, 2020

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The Liberal government introduced legislation on Thursday that would align federal laws with the foremost international commitment on the rights of Indigenous peoples. The legislation would affirm that the terms of the United Nations Declaration... read more

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