‘The rubber has to hit the road’: Oppenheimer Park homeless camp prompts calls for federal support

Vancouver’s mayor says its time for Ottawa to step in as a growing homeless camp in the city’s Downtown Eastside has ignited safety concerns

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Gail Vaz-Oxlade calls Lisa MacLeod the C-word on Twitter — she’s not backing down

WARNING: Strong language. Twitter is facing calls to review Gail Vaz-Oxlade‘s account after the financial commentator called Ontario Tourism, Culture and Sport Lisa MacLeod

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Drake calls Raptors’ victory ‘poetic,’ readies to drop 2 new tracks on Friday

Drake could hardly contain his excitement over the Raptors’ NBA championship, launching a passionate string of words when he met the press after watching

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Inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women issues final report with sweeping calls for change

After more than three years, dozens of community meetings and testimony from well over 2,000 Canadians, the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls

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Kodak Black’s jail release halted, judge calls him ‘danger to the community’ – National

Following a short stint in Niagara County Jail after being arrested at the U.S.-Canada border and charged with drugs and weapon possession last month,

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Jon Voight calls Donald Trump the ‘greatest president’ since Abraham Lincoln – National

Actor Jon Voight is encouraging Americans to rally around Donald Trump, calling him the “greatest president since Abraham Lincoln.” In two short videos posted

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Growing calls for Canada to stop deportation of international student who worked too much

There are growing calls for Canada to stop the deportation of an international student who worked too much. On Monday, Global News told the

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Jason Kenney calls Bill C-69 a full-frontal attack on Alberta economy

While speaking before the Bill C-69 Senate committee, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney spoke passionately about Alberta’s frustration, saying the bill is a full-frontal attack

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Jason Kenney calls Bill C-69 a full-frontal attack on Alberta economic prosperity

While speaking before the Bill C-69 Senate committee, Alberta Premier Jason Kenney spoke passionately about Alberta’s frustration, saying the bill is a full-frontal attack

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Surrey councillor calls for temporary development freeze along new SkyTrain route

A Surrey city councillor wants an interim hold on the approval of development applications along the Fraser Highway SkyTrain route until there is a new land-use plan

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