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Some of Prime Minister Stephen Harper's closest former advisers will appear as Crown witnesses in the trial of suspended senator Mike Duffy, a list that also includes several Conservative MPs, CBC News has learned.
Timmins, Ont.-born jihadist recruited 5 others for ISIS video audio
Canadian jihadist Andre Poulin died while fighting in Syria in the summer of 2013. One of his legacies is that he appears to have recruited five other young Canadian Muslims to join ISIS, CBC News has learned.
B.C. Conservative MP James Lunney tweets against evolution
Conservative MP James Lunney has used his Twitter account to support an Ontario Progressive Conservative who declared last week, "I don't believe in evolution."
Sex crime prevention program cut by Ottawa video
The federal government is cutting funds for a program designed to prevent the most dangerous, high-risk sex offenders from repeating their crimes, just as its own five-year study has found the program dramatically improves public safety and saves money.
Dalhousie dentistry students in scandal may not graduate in spring
Dalhousie University president Richard Florizone says some of the men involved in the dentistry school's Facebook scandal will not be able to graduate this spring because of the clinic time they have missed while under suspension.

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