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by Chantal Hebert With sovereignty on the back burner in Quebec for the foreseeable future, is there life for the Parti Quebecois as a defining...

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by Thomas Walkom Canadians looking at Donald Trump may ask how the embattled U.S. president survives. A special counsel has been appointed to examine his...

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by Chantal Hebert A betting person might wager that Jagmeet Singh - unless he stumbles badly and quickly out of the gate - could soon...

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by Thomas Walkom The Canadian government has suffered another setback in its elusive search for a trade and investment deal with the European Union. The...

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by Chantal Hebert The British Columbia legislature that has resulted from last week's election is, for now, evenly split between pipeline partisans and opponents. Hopes...

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Eleven days before Conservative Party of Canada members vote for their party's new leader, Interim Leader and Sturgeon River-Parkland MP Rona Ambrose has announced she will resign her seat when the House rises this summer.

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by Thomas Walkom The debate over cultural appropriation is complicated. At one level it is about the legitimacy of telling the stories of others. At...

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British Columbians often complain they are an afterthought - that the big decisions are made in central Canada and only then relayed to those lucky enough to live west of the Rockies.

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by Chantal Hebert On the morning after Tuesday's British Columbia election, there was no ready acknowledgement by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office of the results...

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South Korea has elected a new president. This may not seem of much import to Canadians. But it is. Tuesday's election adds a new dynamic to the nuclear crisis gripping the divided Korean Peninsula.