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Senate to sit over weekend to debate back-to-work legislation

Senators on Friday passed the motion to sit at 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday, in anticipation of the legislation’s passage in the House, which is expected to sit late into the night Friday.
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer told reporters on the Hill that Conservative MP Tony Clement was kicked out after 'numerous reports of other incidents, allegations,' had since emerged.
The province has committed to activating its disaster recovery program to help families and businesses whose properties have been damaged.
Police could not qualify what type of knife was involved in this altercation, as the case is now before the courts.
No one was injured in the incident, which took place in the morning during the Changing of the Guard parade on the Hill.
Two former Harper-era staffers have landed consultancy gigs and New Brunswick CBC News reporter Jacques Poitras has a new book coming out.
The new rules will extend to projects under review through the feds’ Smart Cities Challenge, a $75-million competition among cities to encourage innovation, and the Disaster Mitigation and Adaptation Fund.

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