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Conservatives divided on what to do about Erin O'Toole after election loss
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole failed to unseat his Liberal opponent in this pandemic election — a result that has frustrated party members who were eager to put Justin Trudeau out of a job. But some party members seem to be more forgiving of O'Toole at this early stage of the election post-mortem process.
Former MP Marwan Tabbara gets 3 years' probation after pleading guilty to assault
Former Kitchener South-Hespeler MP Marwan Tabbara has received a conditional discharge and placed on three years' probation after pleading guilty to two counts of assault and one of being unlawfully in a dwelling house.
Ottawa promises to step up after Alberta asks for help with airlifting COVID-19 patients
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair says the federal government will pitch in after Alberta asked for help with airlifting COVID-19 patients, ICU-registered nurses and respiratory therapists.
Twitter restricted Bernier's account for 12 hours after he urged followers to 'play dirty' with journalists
Twitter restricted People's Party of Canada Leader Maxime Bernier's account, preventing him from posting any new messages for 12 hours after he used the platform to encourage his supporters to "play dirty" with journalists covering his campaign.
Lawsuit alleging 'systemic negligence' of bullying, harassment claims in RCMP moves ahead
A massive $1.1 billion lawsuit against the Royal Canadian Mounted Police alleging "systemic negligence" in cases of bullying and intimidation in the ranks has cleared another hurdle.
Ex-Nazi interpreter Helmut Oberlander has died in Waterloo, Ont.
Helmut Oberlander, the former interpreter for a Nazi death squad who's been in a lengthy battle to stay in Canada, has died at his home in Waterloo, Ont., at age 97, his family says.
Party Lines Sept 23: Another minority. What happens next?
Expelled Liberal candidate says he'll sit as an Independent as angry voters call for byelection
Vote counting continues in 5 ridings still too close to call
Jason Kenney survives caucus meeting with leadership review to come
After Monday's vote, the federal Conservative caucus will be 95 per cent white
The age of minority governments has arrived. Can the parties adapt?
Experts call for an overhaul of Canada's national security policy to cope with an 'angry' world
O'Toole says he's disappointed with election loss, ducks questions about his future
Blasting 'pointless' election, premiers press Trudeau for greater autonomy, more health-care funding
The surprise upsets, dramatic losses and nail-biting races of election night
Let the bargaining begin: Trudeau knows our priorities, Singh says
Joe Biden, Boris Johnson congratulate Trudeau on third election victory
Don't expect all votes to be counted for another couple of days — Elections Canada
The Trudeau era continues — for now
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