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Justin Trudeau - Raffy Boudjikanian - Anthony Housefather - Liberal MP Housefather's appointment to role fighting antisemitism delayed by concerns about caucus divisions - cbc.ca - Israel - Canada

Liberal MP Housefather's appointment to role fighting antisemitism delayed by concerns about caucus divisions

A proposal to appoint Liberal MP Anthony Housefather to a new role fighting antisemitism — which has been in the works for weeks — has been held up by concerns about divisions in the government caucus over the Israel-Hamas war, CBC News has learned.

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Peter Zimonjic - Supreme Court rules Ontario public school boards are subject to Charter of Rights - cbc.ca - Canada - county Ontario - county York

Supreme Court rules Ontario public school boards are subject to Charter of Rights

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled Friday that public school boards in Ontario are an arm of government and cannot «disavow their constitutional obligations» under the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, regardless of the terms in a collective agreement.

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Janet Yellen - Chrystia Freeland - Justin Trudeau - Nova Scotia - Doug Ford - Will Canada join the U.S. in a tariff battle against Chinese EV imports? - cbc.ca - Usa - China - city Beijing - Canada - county Will - county Canadian - city Ontario

Will Canada join the U.S. in a tariff battle against Chinese EV imports?

The Canadian government appears set to push back against the explosive growth in Chinese electric vehicle imports by joining its allies in a tariff battle that risks triggering retaliation from Beijing.

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Is bilingualism a ‘myth’? Poll shows divide between Quebec, other provinces - globalnews.ca - Britain - Canada - France

Is bilingualism a ‘myth’? Poll shows divide between Quebec, other provinces

A new poll reveals a stark divide between Quebec and the rest of Canada about whether the country should be bilingual.

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Nova Scotia - Bill 100 (100) - Benjamin Shingler - Elizabeth May - Action - A new law aims to crack down on environmental racism in Canada - cbc.ca - Canada

A new law aims to crack down on environmental racism in Canada

For years, researchers, activists, community leaders have shown how Indigenous, Black and other racialized groups have been disproportionately affected by polluting industries.

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Keir Starmer - Nigel Farage - The ghosts of Canada's 1993 Conservative wipeout hang over Britain's election campaign - cbc.ca - Britain - Eu - Canada

The ghosts of Canada's 1993 Conservative wipeout hang over Britain's election campaign

Rural Alberta may be a continent away from the faded British seaside town of Clacton-on-Sea, but Nigel Farage believes both places will be remembered for starting political revolutions.

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David Thurton - Bill 100 (100) - Court grants government another extension to fix unconstitutional citizenship law - cbc.ca - Canada - county Ontario

Court grants government another extension to fix unconstitutional citizenship law

So-called «lost Canadians» will have to wait longer to obtain their right to citizenship now that a court has granted the federal government more time to fix legislation it ruled was unconstitutional.

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Jim Bronskill - Spy watchdog raps RCMP over application of protocol to avoid complicity in torture - cbc.ca - Canada

Spy watchdog raps RCMP over application of protocol to avoid complicity in torture

A federal spy watchdog says a senior RCMP official wrongly considered the importance of a strategic relationship with a foreign organization when deciding whether sharing information posed a risk of torture.

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