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Energy transition may result in job losses, says renewable energy expert

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Renewable energy is so efficient that it can be sustained without a large workforce, says the expert.
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The group is suspected of being a cult and was formerly on Canada's terror list.
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While some say political panel shows offer little to the Canadian viewer outside of talking points, others say they offer a chance to burst out of the echo chamber.
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With a new U.S. ambassador issuing fewer invitations, according to one ex-embassy employee, and calls for a boycott, this annual highlight of politicos’ social calendars may be a more subdued affair.
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The Progressive Conservatives won 40 seats and the NDP 19 seats in the June 7 provincial election that were held by the provincial Liberals previously.
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Several ex-U.S. envoys say the current ambassador, Kelly Craft, is in a tougher spot than they were, and at least one Canadian is emailing with her to provide support.
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For a language to survive it needs to be seen on TVs, heard on radios, and read online, says MP Robert-Falcon Ouellette.
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Stakeholders say they’re happy with level of federal engagement, but caution against rushing the process.
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The environmental impact assessment bill has been strengthened after committee study, with more transparent decision-making, says PS Wilkinson.
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'It's like preaching to the choir' says Conservative MP Randy Hoback, but questions loom on whether President Trump is listening.
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The narrative that bad prescribing practices is behind crisis is 'just wrong' says opioid addiction expert
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In a week that Liberals promised greater transparency in defence procurement, details on new project to come.
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It's unclear how much of Canada's defence budget will be spent in the coming years.
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MPs say are eager to see the latest potential CF-18 replacements at Ottawa's annual defence trade show.
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Conservative MP James Bezan says the Liberals have mismanaged the CSC program from the start
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But Peter Jones, a professor of public and international affairs at the University of Ottawa, said Chrystia Freeland's position could limit the government's ability to engage with Iran.
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The Liberals' commitment to the North is being questioned as the Senate Banking Committee's recommendation to fund of research on a 7,000-km northern transportation system is unheeded.
NDP MP Christine Moore 'clearly wanted to get her side of the story out and, given the potential consequences for her career and her reputation, I don't blame her for trying to do that,' says Conservative strategist Rachel Curran.
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'I think it could have been handled differently from both sides,' says ex-NDP national director Karl Bélanger of MP Erin Weir's caucus dismissal, though others say the party did the best it could.
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The ISED plans $100 million for low orbit satellite technology to help solve rural broadband shortages, while questions remain on the best way to provide internet to remote areas

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