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  • Former Ont Tory leader Patrick Brown breaks silence, says 'truth will come out'

  • Ottawa pledges co-operation in mining complaint over Mexican activist's slaying

  • Ontario's chief coroner to probe fire-related deaths in Indigenous communities

  • Scheer mum on persistent questions about blame in Rick Dykstra affair

  • Chagger demands aides keep her in the loop on allegations of sexual misconduct

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  • New Saskatchewan premier boosts classroom funding by $7.5 million

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  • Conservatives revamp candidate vetting with question on sexual misconduct

  • Bibeau to announce funds to combat female genital mutilation in West Africa

  • Former first lady Michelle Obama talks education, gender equality in Montreal

  • Chagger never told of allegations against staffer because he'd already quit

  • Bob Morrow, Hamilton's longest serving mayor, dies at age 71

  • Caroline Mulroney touts change for Ontario Tories in first campaign event

  • Quebec special constables seek judgment to increase their ranks at courthouses

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  • New Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe announces April 10 as new date for budget

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  • Nova Scotia argues that supported housing for disabled is 'not a right'

  • Alberta legislature member for United Conservative Party leaving politics

  • NAFTA deal possible by end of March, says Canadian envoy MacNaughton

  • PQ leader gets an earful after joking about female opponent's facial hair

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  • Federal government gave millions to Irving subsidiary, records reveal

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  • Caroline Mulroney, lawyer and daughter of former PM, joins PC leadership race

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  • B.C. Liberals elect new leader who stresses party roots, praises Gordon Campbell

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