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CBC News - Politics

Conservatives put forward motion to oust Greg Fergus as Speaker of the House - Conservatives are asking the House of Commons to vote to remove Speaker Greg Fergus from the role over partisan language that appeared in an ad for an event in his riding. Politics - | May 27

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This senator wants Canadian banks to fight climate change -- Rosa Galvez has taken on a Herculean task: force Canadian financial institutions to prioritize the fight against climate change. -- Climate -- |

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Analysis -- A new report on poverty challenges both Liberals and Conservatives -- The Food Banks Canada report usefully focuses political attention on a segment of the population that badly needs it. That presents an immediate challenge for the Liberal government — but the Conservatives are also challenged to explain exactly how they'd do things differently. -- Politics

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University presidents defend efforts to combat antisemitism on campus

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Independent Toronto MP Kevin Vuong asks Poilievre to let him join Conservative caucus -- Stephanie Taylor -- -

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University presidents defend efforts to combat antisemitism on campus

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Joly says situation in Rafah is horrific, calls for an immediate ceasefire

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Singh calls for more efforts to get Palestinians with ties to Canada out of Gaza

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U of T president faces questions about antisemitism, handling of pro-Palestinian encampment

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Immigration minister updates efforts to get Palestinians with ties to Canada out of Gaza

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U.S. senators call out Trudeau for not meeting NATO targets

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Quebec considering social media age restrictions

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Alberta requiring NDA for latest feedback sessions on new gender identity policies

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Parties involved in Israel-Hamas war are bound by international law: UN ambassador

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PM says there should be 'no more' Israeli military operations in Rafah

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At Issue | Insults and attacks in Parliament

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Study shows ongoing pollution at Grassy Narrows First Nation

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10,000 patients cut off from their family doctor

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New poll reports 16-point Conservative lead despite lack of support for some possible policy changes

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Immigration minister tables bill extending citizenship rights to children born abroad

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CSIS and Trudeau's adviser clashed on foreign interference threat in 2021: report - Intelligence regarding foreign interference sometimes didn't make it to the prime minister's desk because Canada's intelligence community and the PM's national security adviser didn't always see eye to eye on the nature of the threat, according to a recent report from one of Canada's intelligence watchdogs. Politics - | 3 hours ago

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Ottawa, Ontario reach $357M housing deal - Ontario and Ottawa say they've reached a deal under the national housing strategy that will unlock $357 million in federal funding for the province. The announcement comes after months of back and forth between the two levels of government over Ontario's affordable housing targets. Canada - Toronto - | 2 hours ago - |

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Federal government plans to increase its use of AI — with some big exceptions

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Key figure in Freedom Convoy argues police, city failed residents at trial - Canada - Ottawa - | May 24

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Canada purchasing 16 new fighter jets out of current budget, minister says

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Israel close to approving Gaza reunification program before Rafah invasion: Miller

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Trudeau gets an earful on defence spending from nearly one-quarter of the U.S. Senate

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Trudeau to travel to France for 80th anniversary of D-day at Juno Beach

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AI-powered hate content is on the rise, experts say

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Eliminating religion as a hate speech defence an idea worth exploring, says antisemitism envoy

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Third-party political advertising is at a crossroads. Do the current rules protect voters' rights?

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It's time for Canada to 'step up' on military spending, U.S. senator says

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CBC News Nova Scotia

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Border unions threaten summer disruptions after members vote in favour of striking -- Catharine Tunney -- -

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CSIS chief pushes back against PMO claim about mistake in intelligence report -- Catharine Tunney -- -

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Trudeau's promised made-in-Canada vaccine plant hasn't produced any shots -- John Paul Tasker -- -

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Federal employee charged with sexual assault after former Afghan interpreter sues government -- Rosemary Barton -- -

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Métis National Council president not seeking re-election -- -

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New bill would let Canadians to pass citizenship rights down to children born abroad -- -

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House of Commons launches study of controversial travel spending rule -- Elizabeth Thompson -- -

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