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Evening Brief: Wednesday, September 5, 2016 Tonight’s Evening Brief is brought to you by Elmwood School, the National Capital Region’s premier school for girls, pre-school to Grade 12. Interested families are invited to the upcoming Open House on Saturday, October 22 at 9 a.m. Click for more info. _______________________ The Lead: After a relatively quiet day on the domestic front, we begin tonight with a...

Could the UN make history this year? There’s another election fraught with gender politics and global consequences, with one candidate braced to become a world leader—and no one is talking about it. This summer, outgoing Secretary-General Ban Ki -moon publicly called for his successor to be a woman. In a body of 193 nations, the secretary-general of the United Nations is both...

Federal Conservative environment critic points to B.C.’s revenue-neutral carbon tax as ‘right thing’ OTTAWA – The Conservatives’ environment critic says British Columbia “did the right thing” by adopting a revenue-neutral carbon tax, although he doesn’t necessarily believe it’s the right environmental policy and says the party is leaving lots of leeway for leadership candidates to debate the matter. B.C. MP Ed...

DIGGING DEEPER: ‘How much huff does he have?’: Premier Wall vs Justin Trudeau on carbon tax The heated issue surrounding the Liberal's carbon tax announcement has put the Sask Party's relationship with the federal government's in the spotlight.

Confidante, fixer, daughter figure: Rare glimpse of Huma Abdedin’s relationship with Hillary Clinton Few people know this, but Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton celebrated their professional anniversary in September: it’s been 20 years since the two first started working side-by-side. Now, with the election roughly 30 days away, many are wondering how Abedin’s role might evolve in a Hillary Clinton White...

India’s final frontier for military modernization: ‘Space is considered a fourth dimension of warfare’ India is laying the groundwork for the formation of a space command to give it a military edge in the tense South Asia region, as Prime Minister Narendra Modi pursues a broader upgrade of the armed forces. Signaling a shift in focus from civil to military use...

{$inline_image} QP Wednesday: A carbon tax that isn’t a tax … or is it? Lead question and answer Prime Minister Justin Trudeau continued to defend his carbon plan Wednesday, as opposition MPs claimed it could cause Canadians to go hungry. Conservative MP Denis Lebel led QP and said that Canadians are pessimistic about Trudeau’s plan to impose a price on carbon. “This is bad...

HMS Terror searchers defend actions, outline ‘strained’ relations with Parks Canada Private searchers who are under review for possibly breaking rules when they found HMS Terror say they thought they were doing the right thing, and that Parks Canada never explained the rules in the first place. And the private group now claims there may be “an agenda … focused on...

As one nurse who stole narcotics has firing overturned, others have very different fates A nurse who stole opioid painkillers and other drugs from a Toronto hospital for seven years, then risked harming patients by doctoring their records in the cover-up, has been ordered rehired by the facility. The just-released arbitration ruling is one of the most dramatic in a string...

MP’s bill to protect animals from abuse is set to fail. Here’s why Vocal criticism and a lack of support hint at the latest federal attempt to crack down on animal cruelty imminent failure in the House of Commons.

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Newfoundland and Labrador finance minister resigns suddenly ST. JOHN'S, N.L. -- Newfoundland and Labrador's finance minister stepped down from her post today, citing "numerous personal...
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