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Canadian government pledges alliance to Israel in video

While relations between the U.S. and Israel have bottomed out under the Obama administration, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper considers Canada the staunchest ally to Israel in the world.

Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project controversy rages on Special

Calgary - The long awaited Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline project was approved on June 17th by Prime Minister Stephen Harper amid controversy and objection by First Nations groups, environmentalists, concerned Canadians and the political opposition parties.

Op-Ed: Leadnow's call to action against voter suppression, election law Special

Vancouver - Rodrigo Samayoa of Leadnow (Vancouver) discusses voter suppression, how the Unfair Elections Act (UEA) will disenfranchise many voters and will affect fraud investigations. He encourages people, including youth, to sign the unfair elections act petition.

Keystone XL pipeline green lit by U.S. State Dept report

Washington - In a report released today the United States State department has found that the Keystone XL pipeline would not significantly contribute to greenhouse gas emissions.However,the project has yet to be fully approved by President Barack Obama.

Justin Trudeau reforms Senate by removing Liberals from caucus

Ottawa - In a surprise move on Wednesday morning, the Liberal leader Justin Trudeau has added more independent senators to the upper chamber when he removed 35 senators from the Liberal caucus.

P.M. Stephen Harper 'stunned' Nigel Wright paid Mike Duffy's debt

Ottawa - A lot of media and many Canadians may not believe Prime Minister Stephen Harper's story on the Mike Duffy senate scandal, but he's sticking to it. Mr. Harper told Postmedia News today he did not know how Duffy's $90,000 debt was paid.

Op-Ed: Defend our climate, Defend our communities protest on November 16

On November 16, 2013, thousands of Canadians will gather including environmental organizations, community groups, and First Nations for the “Defend our Climate, Defend our Communities” national day of action to protest pipeline expansion.

Indigenous people and land rights: The thin red line - Part 1 Special

Vancouver - UBCIC Grand Chief Stewart Phillip gives a comprehensive summary into the background of Aboriginal land rights, the dissolution of the Indian Act, and the struggle to maintain their distinct culture, heritage, and sacred spiritual practices.

Canadian PM wants tougher laws to combat child sex tourism

Vancouver - Under proposed new legislation, registered sex offenders would have to advise authorities when they leave Canada and this information will be shared with the Canadian Border Services Agency.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper opens Canada Games 2013

Sherbrooke - Prime Minister Stephen Harper traveled to Sherbrooke, Québec in the beautiful eastern townships to officially open Canada Games 2013 to a huge cheering crowd eager to take part and enjoy the spirit of competitive amateur sports.

Liberal leader Justin Trudeau favours legalization of marijuana

Kelowna - As The Liberal leader finishes up a whirlwind five day tour of British Columbia he tells a cheering crowd that his position on cannabis has evolved from decriminalization to legalization and taxation of the herb.

Edmonton MP found not guilty of failing to provide breath sample

Edmonton - Edmonton East MP Peter Goldring will rejoin the Conservative caucus after a judge found him not guilty of failing to provide a breath sample after being stopped in December, 2011.

B.C. rejects the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project

Calgary - The B.C. Liberal government rejected the Enbridge Northern Gateway pipeline project shortly after they were elected to office. The project was fraught with conflict, and analysis of evidence for this pipeline approval was thorough and relentless.

Prime Minister Harper 'not happy with Senate,' says little else

Ottawa - Canadian Prime Minister Steven Harper waded into an ongoing scandal revolving around Senator Mike Duffy, and other senators, Tuesday on Parliament Hill, but offered no solution. The P.M. did not comment directly to reporters on any of those involved.

Op-Ed: Did Prime Minister know of chief-of-staff's Mike Duffy payment?

When Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief-of-staff Nigel Wright resigned, he said that he paid off Mike Duffy's debt to the Canadian taxpayer without the knowledge of his boss. Could that really be the case?

Canadian reaction to the bombings in Boston

Toronto - While politicians express their condolences to the victims and security is increased, Canadian marathon runners are vowing to continue to participate in long distance runs.

Harper Government reports $1.85 billion deficit in November 2012

Ottawa - The deficit run by the Canadian federal government for the period of April through November for the 2012-13 fiscal year is $12.4 billion which is $3.1 billion less than the same period last year.

Chief Adam: Environmental law changes must be challenged (Part 1) Special

Fort Chipewyan - This Interview (Part 1) features a candid discussion with Chief Allan Adam of the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation. He discusses the Idle No More grassroots movement, FIPA, Bill C-45, and how people should unite to challenge the environmental law changes.

Video: Short documentary on the 'Idle No More' movement

Seattle - In a continuation of 500 years of indigenous resistance, Canada's Idle No More movement aims to protect the Constitution Treaty Rights of the Indian Act, threatened by the proposed C-45 Bill. A short film has been created to promote their aims.

Canada: Idle No More protests spark meeting with PM Harper Special

Calgary - On January 11, 2013, Prime Minister Stephen Harper will meet with First Nations leaders to discuss treaty, Aboriginal rights, and economic development. First Nation Leaders demanded this meeting that was inspired by the grassroots movement Idle No More.

Canadian PM introduced as the 'prime minister of cannibal'

In a gaffe worthy of the Vice President of the United States, it happened not once but twice. If that wasn't bad enough, both speakers are honourable members of Parliament. And both are members of Harper's Conservative Party of Canada.

Op-Ed: Home of anti-Semitism and Islamism, Canada fails to learn history

It seems like the saying is right, those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. Perhaps then Canada can be classified as guilty of repetition when it comes to its distinctive history with its ethnic and religious discrimination.

Canadian NDP MP Pierre Jacob On The Record Special

Ottawa - Pierre Jacob , a newly elected MP for the riding of Brome- Missisquoi in Quebec's Eastern Townships speaks to Digital Journal about the current NDP Leadership Race, fracking, cannabis in Quebec, and more in a 10 question interview.

Canadian PM Stephen Harper launches country's non-smoking week

Canada's yearly national non-smoking week got underway on Sunday, Jan. 15 with a plea from the country's Prime Minister for Canadians who smoke to give it up - and not just for themselves.

Op-Ed: Eat your heart out, Harper

Ottawa - Last week when Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper broke from traditional parliamentary protocol and extended his hand to offer up a state funeral for Jack Layton, he may as well have handed over the keys to 24 Sussex Drive.

5 Questions with Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper Special

Ottawa - Today Stephen Harper tells Richard Mccallum why he deserves a majority government when he answers 5 Questions about himself and his place in Canada's history books in his very first interview with Digital Journal.

Slow grill of Canadian Conservatives over Afghan detainees starts

Despite the documents pertaining to Canada's knowledge of Afghan detainees being blacked out or just not released at all, an Ottawa professor said the full release of the documents would show the government knew more than it claims.

Canadian PM Harper wants to save the poorest women, children

Canada's Prime Minister Stephen Harper outlined his new international economic focus, and asked his colleagues at the G8 meeting in Davos to go along with his agenda.

Canadian employment rate flat-lines

Statistics Canada released its unemployment figures for December showing no overall gains in job creation. The unexpected news of job losses has caused downward pressure on the Canadian dollar.

Liberal Party of Canada will show up for work Jan. 25

The Liberal Party of Canada has decided it will show up for work in Ottawa on January 25, and they will stay to keep working on issues important to Canadians.
 

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On December 30  2012  the Council of Canadians support the people at Idle No More protest in front o...
On December 30, 2012, the Council of Canadians support the people at Idle No More protest in front of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office in southwest Calgary.
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On December 30  2012  people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outs...
On December 30, 2012, people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outside of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office.
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On December 30  2012  people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outs...
On December 30, 2012, people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outside of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office. Bill C45 will have a detrimental effect on the environment in Canada.
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On December 30  2012  people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outs...
On December 30, 2012, people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outside of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office urging him to meet with First Nations leaders to discuss urgent issues.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office in southwest Calgary.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office in southwest Calgary.
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Three drummers set the tone on December 30  2012  when people of the grassroots movement Idle No Mor...
Three drummers set the tone on December 30, 2012, when people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outside of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office.
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On December 30  2012 Ellery Starlight   Councillor Tsuu T’ina Nation  spoke at the peaceful protes...
On December 30, 2012 Ellery Starlight , Councillor Tsuu T’ina Nation, spoke at the peaceful protest outside of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office requesting a meeting with First Nations leaders to discuss urgent issues.
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Protect our land our water our rights
Protect our land our water our rights
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Drumming on December 30  2012 where people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peacefu...
Drumming on December 30, 2012 where people of the grassroots movement Idle No More met for a peaceful protest outside of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office.
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File photo: Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou in Kalavryta, Greece.
George Papandreou
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On December 30  2012  the Council of Canadians supported the people at the grassroots movement Idle ...
On December 30, 2012, the Council of Canadians supported the people at the grassroots movement Idle No More peaceful protest outside of Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s constituency office.
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