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Karl Nerenberg | The Prime Minister’s Office says there will be an opening session at 1:00 PM, with the Prime Minister and Assembly of First Nations National Chief Shawn Atleo speaking.
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Karl Nerenberg | The real point is the way in which the system for providing First Nations services is fundamentally flawed.
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Karl Nerenberg | The ugly truths about Canada's relationship with its Aboriginal peoples do not seem to get better from year to year.
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Karl Nerenberg | The year began with promises of a new start for so-called Crown-First Nations relations, spurred by the housing crisis in Attawapiskat in Northern Ontario.
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Karl Nerenberg | It is now up to Judge Richard Mosley to decide whether or not to accept the arguments of six Canadians that the 2011 election in their ridings should be overturned.
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Karl Nerenberg | The central focus of this new policy is Hungary, because that country is currently the biggest source of people who come to Canada seeking refuge.
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Karl Nerenberg | The current "robocalls" case in Federal Court is about votes that never got into the ballot box -- possibly a great many votes.
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Karl Nerenberg | I will not stop trying to provide my readers with both the facts and the context on this issue.
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Karl Nerenberg | The true cost of the F-35 is now, it appears, a whopping $40 billion -- considerably more than double the original government figure.
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Karl Nerenberg | This government wants us all to understand Canada is no longer seeking to be a "Mister Nice Guy" on the world stage.
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Karl Nerenberg | Just as things were getting a little uncomfortable for Jason Kenney on the refugee file, the Minister of Immigration (with an assist from the Minister of Public Safety) pulls a rabbit out of a hat.
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Karl Nerenberg | Jason Kenney made his surprisingly blunt and candid comments at the end of an event staged to announce the government's plans to implement the refugee reform Bill C-31.