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NDP mocks Senate 'circus'
NDP MP Charlie Angus says he'd be willing to conduct a free motivational speech on accountability for senators. The Senate hired, then fired, motivational speakers for members in the midst of recent scandals.
Jay Baruchel on the success of 'Goon'
Jay Baruchel was on hand to help accept Telefilm's Golden Box Office award for "Goon." The award is given to the homegrown film that tops the Canadian box office.
Harper praises shift in Russia's attitude on Syria
Prime Minister Stephen Harper is praising the outcome of the G8 summit in Northern Ireland, saying it was "very different" from what he expected. Harper says the countries, including Russia, are all on the same page about Syria.
Pauline Marois says Montreal mayor should resign
Quebec Premier Pauline Marois says Montreal Mayor Michael Applebaum has no choice but to resign after being charged with fraud. Marois says Montreal will not be placed under provincial trusteeship like neighbouring Laval.
'No one's perfect': Nova Scotia MLA guilty of fraud
Nova Scotia MLA Trevor Zinck says he has support from his constituents, despite pleading guilty to fraud for his role in Nova Scotia's spending scandal. The Crown says it will be pursuing a jail sentence.
Montreal mayor faces fraud, conspiracy charges
The head of Quebec's anti-corruption squad says Michael Applebaum is facing 14 charges related to real-estate projects. The interim mayor of Montreal was arrested at his home Monday morning.
Raw Video: Quebec construction workers on strike
Construction workers across Quebec are picketing after unions called a general strike Sunday at midnight. The unions which represent 175,000 workers say they were being asked to work overtime hours for less pay.
Cluster bomb victims call for action from Canada
Survivors of cluster munition attacks are urging Canada to ratify a convention banning the deadly weapons. Cluster bombs contain smaller explosives that endanger citizens of post-war countries years after they're dropped.
Sightseeing with the prime minister
A trip to Paris is not complete without a stop at the Arc de Triomphe, and in Dublin it's the Guinness Storehouse -- but they may put you to work, as the prime minister found out. Stephen Harper is in Europe ahead of the G8 summit.
Quebec Soccer Federation's turban ban lifted
Turban-wearing soccer players can now take part in their sport in Quebec. The provincial soccer federation has lifted its much-publicized ban and there are calls to reopen registration for programs.
Alberta and B.C. 'best friends': Christy Clark
Premiers Christy Clark and Alison Redford put their differences aside and presented a united front during a meeting Friday. The two leaders announced they will form a working group to advance their provinces' economies.
Rehtaeh Parsons case report calls for changes in schools
A review of the circumstances surrounding the suicide of Nova Scotia teen Rehtaeh Parsons is recommending more be done to prevent bullying in schools. The report is also urging for better communication between schools and parents.
Harper says EU free-trade talks not always easy
The prime minister says the long-running free-trade talks between Canada and the European Union can be difficult at times. Stephen Harper says he discussed the issue with French President Francois Hollande in Paris Friday.
House condemns CBC reporters detainment in Turkey
MPs in the House of Commons voted unanimously to condemn the arrest and detainment of two CBC reporters covering protests in Turkey. The Feds say Canadian officials have met with the reporters and vow to help resolve the matter.