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National Party members want more wild river protections to be wound back. Office holders will vote on whether to forward the policy to the LNP government, along with 27 other proposals, at the party's state council meeting in Toowoomba this weekend.
Watch Watch The premier of Quebec is visiting the village where a deadly blaze destroyed a seniors' residence last week. Pauline Marois says her government will implement mandatory sprinklers in such buildings if a committee recommends it. CP Video
Harry Reid is aiming for a dash of bipartisanship in his election-year game plan. The Senate majority leader will still push long-shot measures, like paycheck fairness and hiking the minimum wage, designed to appeal to his party's base. But now he's
Justin Trudeau is accusing political rivals of exploiting Canadians' anger over the Senate scandal by making promises that would require opening the Constitution. The Liberal leader made the comments at his party's convention. CP Video Video Video
Share THE Barossa has pipped the Vics at the post in a public vote for the right to host a major international tourism event later this year. Poseidon aircraft will replace the ageing ocean patrol planes based at Edinburgh, bringing about $450
Stories Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau will join members of the Liberal Party at a convention in Montreal for the first time since he was elected leader. (Darryl Dyck/Canadian Press) The Liberal policy convention in Montreal, meant to test out ideas
The Liberal government is grabbing more than $1.7 billion in revenue from the Insurance Corp. of B.C. and BC Hydro over the next three years, on the heels of rate hikes at both Crown corporations. Tuesday's 2014-15 provincial budget predicted $8.9
The Globe and Mail Watch Watch A combination photo shows Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau, left, and Prime Minister Stephen Harper. The Canadian Press and Reuters Watch This is good for the Liberals who had struggled to raise money from the grassroots.
When I close my eyes and just listen to the sounds of society in 2014, I hear the same things I heard as a young man in 1969 – but with a strange kind of reverse twist. The political language of the radical left in the '60s sounds a
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's decision last month to remove Liberal senators from his caucus means details of those senators' expenses may remain secret. In October, the party's website posted some details from about a month's worth of travel and