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Peter Zimonjic - Elections Canada defends slow counting process for byelection, blames 84-candidate ballot - cbc.ca

Elections Canada defends slow counting process for byelection, blames 84-candidate ballot

Elections Canada says the count in the Toronto-St. Paul's byelection that saw the Liberals lose a party stronghold went slowly but well, despite the challenges of managing a contest with 84 names on the ballot.

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Melanie Joly - Canada urges citizens to leave Lebanon over 'volatile' security situation - cbc.ca - Israel - Iran - Lebanon - Canada - county Canadian

Canada urges citizens to leave Lebanon over 'volatile' security situation

Canada on Tuesday reiterated a call for its citizens to leave Lebanon while they can, saying the security situation in the country was becoming increasingly volatile and unpredictable due to the conflict between Israel and Iran-backed Hezbollah.

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Catharine Tunney - Trudeau says he hears Canadians' 'concerns and frustrations' after dramatic byelection loss - cbc.ca

Trudeau says he hears Canadians' 'concerns and frustrations' after dramatic byelection loss

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says he hears Canadians' «concerns and frustrations» as questions mount about his future as Liberal leader following his party's stunning byelection loss.

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Statistics Canada - Jenna Benchetrit - Inflation ticked up to 2.9% in May - cbc.ca - Canada - county Porter - county Douglas

Inflation ticked up to 2.9% in May

Canada's annual inflation rate edged up to 2.9 per cent in May — an increase from 2.7 per cent in April — mostly due to higher prices for services, Statistics Canada said on Tuesday.

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Raffy Boudjikanian - Survey finds most Canadians support both Israel's existence and a future Palestinian state - cbc.ca - Israel - Palestine - state Jewish

Survey finds most Canadians support both Israel's existence and a future Palestinian state

More than eight months into a war between Israel and Hamas that has claimed the lives of tens of thousands of people, most Canadians say they support both Israel's existence and a future Palestinian state, according to a new survey.

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Kate McKenna - No spike in cottage, investment property sales as new capital gains rules take effect - cbc.ca - Canada

No spike in cottage, investment property sales as new capital gains rules take effect

Changes to the capital gains inclusion rate take effect today — and while some real estate experts say the changes are causing anxiety within the industry, a leading real estate association says it hasn't seen a bump in sales of secondary residences.

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Pierre Poilievre - Darren Major - Conservative MP shares inaccurate, ChatGPT-generated stats on capital gains tax rate - cbc.ca - Canada

Conservative MP shares inaccurate, ChatGPT-generated stats on capital gains tax rate

An Ontario Conservative MP's use of ChatGPT to share incorrect information online about Canada's capital gains tax rate offers a cautionary tale to politicians looking to use AI to generate messages, one expert says.

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Bill - John Paul Tasker - NDP MP Niki Ashton pays back some expenses related to trip with her family - cbc.ca - Canada - France - city Ottawa - city Quebec

NDP MP Niki Ashton pays back some expenses related to trip with her family

NDP MP Niki Ashton has paid back some of the expenses related to a trip she took with her family over Christmas — a trip that CBC News first reported on earlier this month.

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