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How the BlackBerry became an Ottawa journalist’s best friend: Delacourt

They’ve fallen out of fashion, but a decade ago, the devices played a huge role in shaping how...

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EnWin Advises on electrical safety during flooding

Following this week's flooding, EnWin is reminding customers that there is a heightened risk of...

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Ottawa studies ways to ease Syrian refugee integration

Serious barriers facing more than 30,000 Syrian refugees seeking employment in new communities,...

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CSIS has ‘complied’ with Bill C-51’s anti-terror powers, watchdog committee says

The chair of the Security Intelligence Review Committee said CSIS appears to have used in a...

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Nicolas Lloreda

Colombian ambassador to Ottawa Nicolas Lloreda called the peace accord "a historic agreement" that is owed to the children and future generation in the country.

Dogs

Two dogs arrive at the Humane Society in 2013 after being rescued from a puppy mill. Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith’s proposal to modernize animal protection faces major resistance despite revisions, writes Thomas Walkom.

Simcoe-Grey MP Kellie Leitch

"Leitch is clearly trolling for support among silent Conservative supporters uneasy with widespread immigration, a group that may be much larger than any pollster can measure, especially when it comes to Muslim immigrants," writes Bob Hepburn.

Ottawa gives conditional OK to giant LNG project-Image2

Catherine McKenna, front right, Minister of Environment and Climate Change, speaks while flanked by Jim Carr, from left to right, Minister of Natural Resources, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark and Dominic LeBlanc, Minister of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, after the federal government announced approval of the Pacific NorthWest LNG project, at the Sea Island Coast Guard Base, in Richmond, B.C., on Tuesday September 27, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck

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Toronto stock market slightly lower

Toronto Stock Exchange and oil prices relatively flat in late morning trading

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Changes coming to infertility regulations

Assisted reproduction law to get rules update: Health Canada

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Montreal hit-and-run suspect kept in jail

Man charged in fatal hit and run in Montreal to be kept in jail over weekend

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Three ways fed politics touched us this week

Gas, smoke and health: three ways federal politics touched us this week

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Ontario police investigating racist comments

Thunder Bay, Ont., police probing racist online comments allegedly made by cop

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Big city mayors ask feds for housing cash

Big city mayors ask federal Liberals for $12.6B for affordable housing

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Israel approves of Trudeau funeral group

Israel approves of Trudeau funeral delegation, as PM meets Netanyahu

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The dollar figures that have the Hill buzzing

A look at some of the spending sums that have been roiling Ottawa

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