Canada’s Toronto Star said it was ‘as if crime victims had helped judges establish sentencing guidelines’ and the Australian warned of a ‘press regulator with the power to maul unruly hacks'.
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Jaime Watt takes a weekly look on CBC's Power & Politics at how issues making waves in Ottawa resonate with Canadians. This week: Trudeau a shoe-in for Liberal Leader, Alberta's budget sends shockwaves across Canada and Canada grieves Chavez's death while Ottawa says good riddance.
(2 months and 15 days ago)
New rules are now in place governing the use of data that's gathered when Canadians visit government websites, the first comprehensive guidelines since Ottawa went online nearly 20 years. ago.
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A proposed ban on the importation of shark fins into Canada died in the House of Commons Wednesday, but even before the vote merchants in Ottawa said the controversial product may disappear regardless of legislation, as demand declines.
(1 month and 27 days ago)
Earthquakes Canada is reporting a 5.1-magnitude earthquake just west of Ottawa that was felt as far away as Toronto. The federal agency that monitors earthquakes revised its original report, saying it registered a 5.1-magnitude temblor with an epicenter located about 13 miles northeast of Shawville, Quebec, about an hour's drive outside Ottawa. It was felt as far west as...
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Jerry Osteryoung Helping Small Businesses -- Personal cellphone use is one of those issues that you must address both operationally and in your employee handbook. It is important you establish a policy that provides guidelines for use of employee-owned or personal cellphones.
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Coming to an ATM near you soon: Canada's new $5 and $10 banknotes. The Bank of Canada plans to unveil the new bills at a ceremony in Ottawa on Tuesday
(29 days ago)
Dutch Queen Beatrix, who abdicates tomorrow in favour of her son Willem-Alexander, spent part of her childhood in Ottawa, helping forge a tie that has lasted between Canada and the Netherlands.
(26 days ago)
1. Although it did not cause any damage, a 5.1-magnitude earthquake west of Ottawa, Canada, was felt in ... A. Toronto, Canada. B. New York City. C. California. D. Scranton. 2. Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers is offering up to $2,000 for information that lea
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The Ottawa Citizen reported Monday that there are indications that Paul McCartney could be playing a concert that Canadian city this summer. It would be the first time any Beatle has performed there.The story said a show announcement could...
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