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Omar Khadr is back in Canada

At long last, Omar Khadr has been repatriated to Canada.

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An in-depth look at voter suppression in Canada

A rally earlier this year protesting 'robocalls' and voter suppression.
The widespread accounts of electoral fraud and voter suppression in the 2011 federal election are now a major volume in Canadian electoral history.

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Follow the money: The growth of private health care in Canada

Red medicare umbrellas in Victoria, January 16, 2012.

Health care reform has been on the agenda of every level of government in the country for the past two decades, not to mention every health and academic institution and think tank. Citizens have been bombarded with messages that the public system is not sustainable without “meaningful” system change. A common theme heard from elected officials is how hard it is to push change, there is just so much public resistance. 

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Parliament's back in session in Ottawa

Parliament's back in session, starting today. (Photo: Cailean VIII / flickr)
Parliament's back in session, starting today. (Photo: Cailean VIII / flickr)

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Indigenous trek for justice wraps up on Parliament Hill after more than 4,000km

Indigenous trek for justice wraps up on Parliament Hill after more than 4,000km.
Earlier this week, an Indigenous trek for justice finished up on Parliament Hill after a journey of more than 4,000km. (Photo: Ben Powless)

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Mourning for Quebec: Attack on PQ victory party leaves one dead

The attack, which left one dead, occurred during the victory speech of premier-elect Pauline Marois.

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Events across Canada today to remember Jack Layton

There will be a memorial event for Jack Layton today at Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square, and a number of other events across Canada.

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Harper's disappointing response to AIDS epidemic

Harper failed to appear at the 2006 AIDS conference.
Mr. Harper and his government have demonstrated a mystifying ambivalence in responding to a challenge that has cost the lives of many millions.

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