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Canada PM to resign as Tory leader after election loss

Ottawa - Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper will resign as Conservative leader after losing legislative elections to the Liberals led by Justin Trudeau.

Op-Ed: No clear message from any party in Canadian elections

Ottawa - As the Canadian Federal election draws to a close the postal, broadcast and live campaigns by all parties are saturating voters and non-voters with a deluge of propaganda. There seems to be no clarity in any party's view of a strong Canadian future.

Canada: Protesters rally against anti-terrorism Bill C-51 Special

Edmonton - Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Edmonton, Alberta to protest against Bill C-51 on Saturday, March 14 at Canada Place.

Op-Ed: The circular, peculiar state of CSEC oversight Special

Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) is insulated from meaningful oversight. This article explains how the agency avoids scrutiny, and what you can do to encourage change.

Op-Ed: The privacy & anti-bullying bills that ruin privacy and bully us

Two conspicuously named bills that are currently being reviewed in the Senate and House of Commons are quite troublesome — Canadians need to take note.

Op-Ed: Does CSEC need to kill someone?

This is the question I am left with as I consider what it will take for Canadians to demand answers about the true operations of the spy agency that is set to move into the most expensive governmental building in the nation’s history.

Op-Ed: With 'data about data' — Illegal is not illegal

If you’re a Canadian citizen who travels by airplane, there’s a good chance Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) is spying on you (or has) in an illegal and ineffective manner.

Peace group protests for Harper's resignation Special

Edmonton - A peace group in Edmonton held a picket on February 8, calling for the immediate resignation of Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Quebec Superior Court orders federal govt to release gun data

Montreal - Justice Marc-Andre Blanchard has ordered Canada's federal government to give its long gun registry data back to the Quebec taxpayers.

Iran warns of retaliation against Canada's move to cut ties

Tehran - Calling the Canadian government "racist," Iran's parliamentary leader says there could be an "immediate, decisive" response to Canada's decision to sever diplomatic ties.

Op-Ed: Economic benefits are debated as Enbridge hearings resume

Calgary - The Enbridge Northern Gateway hearings resumed on Tuesday, September 4th as Calgary-based Enbridge and the Alberta Government prepare to convince Canadians that the 6 billion dollar pipeline is important to Canada’s economy.

TopFinds: John Kerry's shiner, Mexico's Canadian problem

American senator John Kerry is bruised from playing in a hockey game. A man filmed his wife giving birth in a car. Why is Mexico suddenly a danger zone to Canadian tourists? These are the top stories on DigitalJournal.com

Op-Ed: NFL — Roman Harper of the New Orleans Saints gets fine $15,000

The NFL is getting very big when it comes to protecting their players, and they kept it going this week as they fined Roman Harper for his hit on Carolina Panthers wideout Steve Smith. Roman got tagged with a $15,000 fine.

Canadian PM Harper visits flooded Quebec area for the first time

Fifty days ago the Richlieu River rose flooding 3,000 homes in Quebec. Today, for the first time Prime Minister Stephen Harper toured the area.

Canadians cast their ballots today, polls show Conservative lead

Today, Canadians will head to the polls to vote in a race between two parties many thought would not go head-to-head this year: the New Democrats is six points behind the leading Conservative Party, according to a recent Nanos Research poll.

Hope for Kyoto, UN climate change summit in Cancun

Cancuc - Light a candle for Hope. That is the message that the Council of Canadians are spreading. Hope for the Kyoto Protocol, the only global climate change treaty with mandatory emission reduction commitments. Last year’s Copenhagen Accord is non-binding.

Poll: Harper out of step with Canadians on climate change

When it comes to climate change the Harper Government and the people of Canada are on different sides of the issue, according to an Environics Research poll.

Stephen Harper makes cameo on TV mystery show

Toronto - Prime Minister Stephen Harper will be making an appearance as a desk sergeant on the television series Murodch Mysteries.

Council of Canadians asks Harper not to obstruct UN vote on water

The Council of Canadians is concerned that Prime Minister Harper is working behind the scenes to weaken the UN General Assembly's resolution of declaring the human right to "safe and clean drinking water and sanitation."

Celebrated Canadian musician Bruce Cockburn writes autobiography

Toronto - Previously, several publishers, authors and would-be ghostwriters have asked to write and publish a book about politically engaged musician Bruce Cockburn, but he's now decided to write such a book himself, adding author to his list of accomplishments.

Tory maternal health plan takes a beating from all sides

Ottawa - The Tories' attempt to take the lead on maternal health in the run up to the G8 Summit to take place in Canada this summer is being criticized from all sides. the U.K., The United States and opposition leader Michael Ignatieff have all condemned the plan.

Op-Ed: Harper, Ignatieff fear reefer madness

Ottawa - In a YouTube question period with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the four most popular questions concerned legalization of pot. Not to be outdone, Michael Ignatieff also warned about marijuana use and said there are no plans to legalize it.

Beer goes to Canada in a wager between the PM and President

The thrilling Olympic hockey final between the U.S.-Canada won the Canadian Prime Minister a case of beer courtesy of U.S. President Obama who lost the bet while watching the exciting overtime match from the Oval Office.

Canadian Press: PM Stephen Harper is Newsmaker of the Year

For the second straight year, Prime Minister Stephen Harper is named Newsmaker of the Year. Voted by the Canadian Press, the Prime Minister edged out Blackberry billionaire and NHL rabble-rouser, Jim Balsillie.

G20 Coming to Toronto in July

The G20 summit will take place in Toronto July 26 and 27, 2010. Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced the location for the meeting Monday morning.

Rumors of Iron Lady's Death 'Greatly Exaggerated'

Last evening at the True Patriot Love Inaugural Tribute held in the Convention Center The rumors of the Iron Lady's death, were greatly exaggerated.

46 Canadian soldiers receive 1st Sacrifice Medal

The Sacrifice Medal was created to officially acknowledge Canadians who have either been wounded or killed while serving in the military. This week, 46 soldiers were awarded the medal.

Harper Announcement Begins Rehabilitation of Maxime Bernier

Prime Minister Harper made an announcement concerning Canada's Economic Action Plan today at Beauce-Appalaches Cegep in Quebec. Throughout he praised Maxime Bernier highly.

Op-Ed: Did Obama Snub Canada, Or just the Prime Minister?

When a country's leader is on foreign soil, he represents his country. Did Obama's loud missing presence at Harper's arrival to the White House represent a snub? If so, of what or whom?

Prime Minister Harper Meets with Pope

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his family met with Pope Benedict XVI today in the Vatican today, concluding four days of meetings in Italy for the G8 summit.
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Stephen Harper, the prime minister of Canada, shooting pool with Sam Sheinkman, a resident at Constantia Retirement Home
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Stephen Harper, the prime minister of Canada, posing with Sam Sheinkman, a resident at Constantia Retirement Home
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Israel's President Shimon Peres (R) and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper shake hands before their meeting at Peres' residence in Jerusalem January 21, 2014
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National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton, Alberta on March 14, 2015
National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton  Alberta on March 14  2015.
National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton, Alberta on March 14, 2015.
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Lynton Crosby, is an Australian political strategist.
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Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (2nd R) stands with his wife Laureen (R) as they tour Hula Lake Ornithology and Nature Park in northern Israel January 22, 2014
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Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (L) and Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper shake hands before their meeting in Jerusalem January 21, 2014
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A Photoshopped image of Canadian politician Thomas Mulcair, showing the NDP leader without his facial hair.
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Conservative Party of Canada leader Stephen Harper
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Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper talking during the G20 Summit in Toronto
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Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) applauds as the Aga Khan (2nd R), spiritual leader of Ismaili Muslims, receives a standing ovation before addressing a joint session of Parliament in the House of Commons in Ottawa February 27, 2014
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National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton on March 14.
National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton on March 14.
National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton on March 14.
National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton on March 14.
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United States President Brack Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper chat before the start of opening session at the G-20 in Toronto, Ontario.
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National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton on March 14.
National Day of Action Against Bill C-51 in Edmonton on March 14.
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