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ISSUE: 05-24-2017

Articles in this Issue:

After 33 years, Parliament’s VIP-visit orchestrator to retire: ‘I don’t think I’ve missed one’

Canada 150 perfect time to recognize indigenous peoples’ part in Canada’s origins

Canada can’t afford to miss the boat on the Belt and Road

Canada should flatly refuse to return troops to Afghanistan

CPC leadership: Bernier’s to lose? Not quite, say insiders

Don’t blame Twitter for an atomic president

Education is the strongest tool to change health, poverty outcomes

Equalization, official languages policies need review

First out of the gate: a look at Peter Julian’s NDP leadership campaign

Fundamental science, innovation don’t need to be seen in opposition

Gatineau man spends 10,000 hours, five years sculpting impressive scale model of Parliament

How long will the world have to put up with Trump?

How terrorists justify targeting children

More Canadians identify as middle class since last election: poll

Much-discussed Senate ‘wise owls’ book getting a rewrite after less than a month

New Conservative leader has their work cut out for them

Politics This Morning: Trudeau departs for NATO meetings in Brussels, then onwards to Italy for G7 summit

Propose NATO membership for Ukraine if Russia won’t withdraw

Public addictions services must be better funded; I need them to save my son

RCMP: More reports for the archives

Recognize indigenous peoples at heart of government

Search for animal life on the Hill proves lucrative

Senator pushing to resurrect sit-downs with House over controversial bill changes

Smart climate policies today can help Canada mine success in a low-carbon future

Status of government bills

Take it from me: advice to the new Conservative leader

Trudeau and the disruptor at the G7 table

What China and Canada can learn from CETA

With sovereignty on the backburner, how relevant is the Parti Québécois?

  

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