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Tory MP Rob Anders loses nomination; winner takes a shot at Kenney

Tory MP Rob Anders loses nomination; winner takes a shot at Kenney

CALGARY — The man who defeated controversial Calgary MP Rob Anders for the nomination in Signal Hill took aim at one of the most powerful members of Stephen Harper’s cabinet late Saturday night.

Anatomy of a scandal: key developments in the Patrick Brazeau saga

OTTAWA — Suspended senator Patrick Brazeau is in more legal difficulties after police charged him with assault, uttering threats, cocaine possession and breach of bail conditions. The charges followed what police in Gatineau, Que.

Passwords, other data, vulnerable because of security flaw

SAN FRANCISCO — A confounding computer bug called "Heartbleed" is causing major security headaches across the Internet as websites scramble to fix the problem and Web surfers wonder whether they should change their passwords to prevent theft of their

Facts about the Heartbleed computer bug

Facts about the Heartbleed computer bug The Heartbleed computer bug has implications well beyond information technology circles.

Saskatchewan's 'sneaky' Premier Wall takes a shot at Marois after Quebec vote

REGINA — Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, who last month was called sneaky by Quebec Premier Pauline Marois, is saying goodbye to all his — quote — "friends" in the Parti Quebecois.

Coalition's Legault says Liberals won election because of referendum talk

MONTREAL — Coalition Leader Francois Legault says the Quebec Liberals won the provincial election because of the omnipresence of threats of a sovereignty referendum.

Positive relationship with Ottawa should blossom under Quebec Liberals: Trudeau

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau says he’s looking forward to seeing Quebec rebuild its relationship with Ottawa now that the province has a majority Liberal government.
Quebec Liberals trounce PQ, ending referendum talk for now

Quebec Liberals trounce PQ, ending referendum talk for now

Pauline Marois resigns after losing premier’s job and her own seat
Mud-slinging ends, voting starts in Quebec election

Mud-slinging ends, voting starts in Quebec election

MONTREAL — Quebecers are turning out to vote today in what has been called one of the nastiest provincial elections in decades.
Nanaimo-Cowichan MP Jean Crowder named co-chair of NDP’s campaign

Nanaimo-Cowichan MP Jean Crowder named co-chair of NDP’s campaign

OTTAWA — The NDP has chosen two high-profile MPs to be the architects of its 2015 election strategy. Jean Crowder, MP for Nanaimo-Cowichan, and Alexandre Boulerice have been named co-chairs of the NDP's national campaign.