Justin Trudeau dug repeatedly into his bag of clichés following the Liberal's Western caucus retreat this week. All part of the usual policy striptease, Chris Hall writes. But isn't it about time to flesh out what it is the party really stands for? More read comments video
While the federal government has made it a priority to curb youth unemployment in recent months, students are finding it increasingly hard to find jobs within the public service, according to a think-tank. More
Transport Canada says the company manufacturing buses subject to a recall should have told Gatineau’s STO and other transit agencies about it sooner than they did. More
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New Brunswick Votes 2014
- 4 Parties launch election campaigns video
- Four of New Brunswick's political parties launched their campaigns Thursday for the September provincial election, touching on everything from natural resource development and jobs, to taxes and health care.
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- Four years after sending the Liberal government to defeat after one term in office, David Alward's Progressive Conservatives want to ensure history doesn't repeat itself when New Brunswick goes to the polls on Sept. 22.
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- The NDP, Green Party and People’s Alliance will all be contesting ridings around New Brunswick in search of seat inside the Legislative Assembly, a feat that has proved extremely difficult in the province’s political history.
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- Man with real-looking pellet guns, in camouflage arrested in Halifax
- Winnipeg's 'homeless hero' Faron Hall found dead in Red River
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