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Ottawa committed to quick, peaceful resolution to cross-country pipeline protests: Trudeau - Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his government is committed to finding a quick and peaceful resolution to the anti-pipeline blockades that have shut down swaths of the country's train system and temporarily blocked bridges and highways. Lee Berthiaume - Politics - | February 17 - |

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Rail blockades could affect vote to change citizenship oath: Conservative critic - Blockades by Indigenous protesters will make it harder for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's government to adopt planned legislation to add respect for First Nations treaties to Canada's citizenship oath, says Conservative immigration critic Peter Kent. Elizabeth Thompson - Politics - | February 17

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Analysis -- Why the Democrats might be on track for a contested convention -- Unless Bernie Sanders separates himself from a divided field, the Democrats could be headed for a contested convention in July. -- Éric Grenier -- Politics -- |

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How ongoing, year-old talks between Wet'suwet'en and B.C. government could help solve pipeline impasse -- As cabinet ministers broker urgent meetings over rail blockades in support of hereditary chiefs in northern British Columbia, a series of negotiations over the Wet'suwet'en Nation's land rights have been quietly taking place for a year. -- Amy Smart -- Canada -- - -- British Columbia

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Canadians already quarantined on cruise ship in Japan to be isolated for another 2 weeks at home -- Ryan Patrick Jones -- Politics -- |

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Canadian military works to define 'hateful conduct' to help it detect and discipline extremists -- Karen Pauls -- Canada -- - -- Manitoba

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PM calls off diplomatic visit to Caribbean amid ongoing rail stoppages - Politics - | February 17 - |

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MINORITY REPORT -- How slower economic growth could put pressure on the federal Liberals -- Vassy Kapelos -- Politics

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Analysis -- Canada is waking up to China's quest for a 'new world order', says Japanese observer -- Murray Brewster -- Politics -- |

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Trudeau's office won't say if it recorded meeting with Iranian foreign minister -- Catherine Cullen -- Politics -- |

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Video -- Sunday Scrum: Anti-pipeline blockades shut down rail services -- Politics -- |

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Blockade continues despite 'modest progress' made in talks between federal minister and Tyendinaga Mohawk -- Ryan Patrick Jones -- Politics -- |

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The coronavirus crisis is driving a sudden thaw in Canada-China relations -- Philip Ling -- Politics -- |

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Canada joins other nations pressing Iran for compensation to Ukrainian jetliner victims -- Politics -- |

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Analysis -- Force won't fix Canada's blockade problem — but that won't let Trudeau off the hook -- Aaron Wherry -- Politics

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Chris Hall: Canada-wide pipeline protests a 'bump' on the road to reconciliation, Garneau says

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Canada's UN ambassador 'cautiously optimistic' about landing Security Council seat

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Black box analysis results from Iranian air crash likely to be 'anticlimactic,' says expert -- Ashley Burke -- Politics -- |

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Crippling rail blockades spark debate over policing and politics -- Kathleen Harris -- Politics

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Trudeau calls for 'dialogue' as blockade cripples rail network, while Scheer says clear out the protesters -- John Paul Tasker -- Politics -- |

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Champagne reports 'progress' with Iranian crash probe as Trudeau takes heat for friendly photo op -- Evan Dyer -- Politics -- |

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Trudeau tells U.S. lawmakers he's confident CUSMA bill will pass Commons -- Politics -- |

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Smartphones are harming Canadians' mental health, says author Neil Pasricha -- Politics -- - -- Power & Politics

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Personal information belonging to 144,000 Canadians breached by federal departments and agencies -- Catharine Tunney -- Politics -- |

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'Punishment' or procedure? Pessimism lingers over efforts to lift China's canola ban -- Janyce McGregor -- Politics -- |

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Power & Politics -- With Vassy Kapelos, Canada's premier daily political news program, airs 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. ET weekdays on CBC News Network. Find out more about the program and our Power Panel contributors, and watch clips and past episodes. -- Watch the full episodes

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The House -- CBC Radio's The House takes you behind the scenes in the world of Canadian politics. Parliament may take a summer recess but the business of national politics never stops, nor does The House. -- Listen to the full episodes

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