Grand Forks turns to province, federal government for funding to buy flooded neighbourhoods

Grand Forks, B.C., wants to buy out an entire neighbourhood affected by the floods earlier this year and, despite the hefty price tag, the mayor

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Jim Carr visits Calgary as first stop as federal government’s special representative for the Prairies

In his first trip as the federal government’s special representative for the Prairies, Jim Carr will speak in Calgary today. The Winnipeg South Centre

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Wexit party granted eligibility for next federal election

Voters could be allowed to cast their ballot for the western separatist Wexit Canada party in the next federal election. Elections Canada granted eligibility

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Federal polls show a steady race — but lots of potential for swings to come

After one week on the campaign trail, the dynamics of this federal election look unchanged. The race remains close between the two leading parties

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Saskatchewan and federal environment ministers meeting points to improving relations

It may be the holiday cheer in the air, but Saskatchewan and federal environment ministers both say they had a very positive meeting on

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Alberta Court of Appeal reserves ruling in federal carbon tax challenge

By Staff The Canadian Press Posted December 19, 2019 12:02 am Updated December 19, 2019 12:16 am Smaller font Descrease article font

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Albertans donated the most to federal parties – and Quebecers the least – ahead of the 2019 election

In the lead-up to the 2019 election, Albertans donated the most money, per capita, to federal political parties — giving at four times the rate

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Federal funding shortfall leaves school with 99% Indigenous population facing possible closure

A school with a student population that is 99 per cent Indigenous may be forced to close its doors due to a budget shortfall, school

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This anti-racism adviser criticized PM’s blackface. She says it cost her federal job

A Vancouver woman hired to work on a federal anti-racism program says she felt pushed out of her job after publicly criticizing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau

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Kenney, Alberta cabinet ministers in Ottawa to meet federal counterparts

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and eight of his cabinet ministers will be in Ottawa today as part of a trip to meet their federal

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