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Conservative Leader Stephen Harper says his government would consider banning public servants from wearing the niqab, but rejects the suggestion that recent assaults against Muslim women should stifle debate about the issue.
Analysis Poll Tracker: Conservatives, Liberals trading lead in muddled polling race
Most polls show the race is still a toss-up between the Conservatives and Liberals, but not every poll agrees. Is mode of contact the source of the disagreement? Poll analyst Eric Grenier takes a look.
Updated Conservative candidate touts therapies to turn gay youth straight video
A Conservative candidate in suburban Toronto is defending therapies that attempt to turn gays straight, having penned an editorial that referred to homosexuality as "unnatural behaviour" and heterosexuals as "normal."
Photos Arthur B. McDonald latest Canadian Nobel Prize winner
Arthur McDonald, a professor emeritus at Queen's University in Kingston, Ont., is the co-winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in physics. He joins author Alice Munro and insulin-discoverer Frederick Banting among prominent Canadian Nobel laureates.
Michael F. Gibbon's arrow death in Kitchener, Ont., deemed homicide
Waterloo Region Police say the arrow-shooting death of Michael Gibbon, 60, in Kitchener, Ont., is now being treated as a homicide.

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