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Analysis Stephen Harper avoids recession label on eve of GDP numbers video
Where Stephen Harper seemed to be a big fan of repeatedly pounding home the politically charged deficit word with Justin Trudeau, he now has become label averse when it comes to describing Canada's overall economy and possible technical recession.
Alberta deficit forecast at $5.9B as province feels impact of low oil prices
Alberta now forecasts it will end the year with a $5.9-billion deficit, up more than $800 million from March, as the steep drop in oil prices forces finance officials to revise estimates.
Analysis Poll Tracker: Margin narrows again in 3-way race video
After a blip that gave the NDP a commanding lead, the contest is back to a three-way race. And one poll suggests who is capturing voters' attention, and what effect it is having on the campaign.
Canada-U.S. border wall idea ridiculed on social media
Scott Walker, Wisconsin's governor and a Republican contender for job of president, has been mocked non-stop online since raising the idea of building a mammoth security wall along the Canada-U.S. border.
Live Obama visits Alaska for 3-day tour focused on climate change video
Barack Obama arrived in Alaska on Monday, where he is set to become the first sitting U.S. president to visit the Arctic Circle as part of an effort to thrust climate change to the forefront of the global agenda.

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