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Gerard Kennedy says he's a fresh face to reboot Ontario Liberal party

Gerard Kennedy says he's a fresh face to reboot Ontario Liberal party

TORONTO, Cananda - Gerard Kennedy, who has two failed Liberal leadership bids under his belt — one provincial and one federal — says he's the fresh face Ontario Liberals need to reboot the party.
Cauchon leadership bid touts traditional Liberal values

Cauchon leadership bid touts traditional Liberal values

MONTREAL - Federal Liberals feeling nostalgic for the party's last stint in power might find a few things to like about Martin Cauchon's leadership platform.
Kathleen Wynne says she's willing to work with the opposition, avoid elections

Kathleen Wynne says she's willing to work with the opposition, avoid elections

TORONTO - When Kathleen Wynne joined the race to replace Dalton McGuinty as Ontario Liberal leader and premier nearly three months ago, political observers predicted she would be a front-runner.
Lawyer for MP Peter Goldring raises questions about circumstances of arrest

Lawyer for MP Peter Goldring raises questions about circumstances of arrest

EDMONTON - The lawyer for an Edmonton MP charged with not providing a breath sample is trying to raise questions about the circumstances of the arrest.
Supreme Court OKs seizure of repeated drunk driver's truck in Quebec case

Supreme Court OKs seizure of repeated drunk driver's truck in Quebec case

MONTREAL - Canada's highest court has ruled that the state can confiscate the vehicle of a repeat drunk driver, which overturns a lower court verdict.
Tories propose to reward welfare recipients who work, clawback those who don't

Tories propose to reward welfare recipients who work, clawback those who don't

TORONTO - Ontario should claw back welfare for able-bodied people who've been collecting benefits for a long time to motivate them to find a job, Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak said Thursday.
Federal HR minister taken to task over foreign workers court order

Federal HR minister taken to task over foreign workers court order

Published from Business in Vancouver Human resources minister Diane Finley has been ordered by a federal court to “further consider the scope and nature of her compliance” with a previous court order, which required her to compel disclosure of docume
Proposed electoral map for New Brunswick cuts number of ridings from 55 to 49

Proposed electoral map for New Brunswick cuts number of ridings from 55 to 49

FREDERICTON - A commission of the New Brunswick legislature has redrawn the province's electoral map, reducing the number of ridings by six as it was directed to by the provincial government in a bid to cut costs.
Pupatello says Liberals could win back majority with her as premier

Pupatello says Liberals could win back majority with her as premier

TORONTO - Sandra Pupatello loves reminding people she's from Windsor as she campaigns for the Ontario Liberal leadership, a line she uses so often it elicits exaggerated eye rolls from her leadership rivals, all of whom are from the Toronto area.
Social worker who decided girl was safe without seeing her followed guidelines

Social worker who decided girl was safe without seeing her followed guidelines

WINNIPEG - The inquiry into the beating death of a Manitoba girl has been told it was not uncommon for Manitoba social workers to decide a child was safe without even laying eyes on the youngster.