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Karl Nerenberg | As Parliament resumes, politicians might all want to weigh their words before saying anything that could endanger the three Canadians at the eye of the political and diplomatic Huawei storm.
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Karl Nerenberg | McCallum’s bottom line, like the PM, is that Canada wants to get its two jailed citizens back.
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Karl Nerenberg | Amnesty has suggested rescinding the status of safe third country for the U.S. The government should go further and scrap Harper's safe designated country of origin provision.
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David J. Climenhaga | Regardless of the timing and strategy for releasing the news, it's certain the move was planned in Ottawa while Stephen Harper was prime minister of Canada.
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Karl Nerenberg | The immigration minister announced new, increased targets for immigrants and refugees to Canada. The challenge ahead will be to deal with a nasty series of Harper government refugee "reforms."
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Karl Nerenberg | There is much on the new government's agenda when the House comes back in session on Monday: from taxes, to infrastructure, to refugees, to the CBC.
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Ethel Tungohan | The Liberal government has modified its initial promise to accept 25,000 government-sponsored Syrian refugees by the end of 2015. Though the scope of the initiative is laudable, it raises questions.
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rabble staff | Pat Martin: "The Conservatives have once again lowered the bar of ethical standards... and undermined the integrity of our electoral institutions in a way that is unprecedented in Canadian politics."