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Manifesto backed by prominent NDPers calls for overhaul of capitalist economy

Manifesto backed by prominent NDPers calls for overhaul of capitalist economy

OTTAWA — Just as Tom Mulcair attempts to convince Canadians that the NDP is a safe, moderate choice in the Oct.

Liberals and NDP promise long-term space plan if elected

Peter Rakobowchuk THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL — An organization that represents firms in the Canadian space sector says the industry has not been a priority for the current government and it is hoping that will change after the Oct.

Last man standing: Bloc MP battles to keep his seat

FedElxn-Bloc-Plamondon code:2 See Photo INDEX: National, Politics HL:Last Bloc standing: veteran MP Louis Plamondon battles to retain seat By Sidhartha Banerjee THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL — Bloc Quebecois stalwart Louis Plamondon’s didn’t think twic

Former mining CEO’s Bulgaria extradition hearing to face Kyrgyz corruption charges delayed

SOFIA, Bulgaria — A former CEO of Toronto-based mining company Centerra Gold, who has been detained in Bulgaria since late July, says he’s disappointed that his extradition hearing has been delayed a second time.

Investigators ask for public’s help in finding missing police officer

HALIFAX — Investigators are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing Nova Scotia police officer. They say 36-year-old Catherine Campbell was last seen at 6:30 a.m. on Sept. 10 in Dartmouth.

NDP’s Mulcair announces $1.8-billion health-care plan for seniors

FedElxn-NDP, 2nd Writethru code:2 Update:ADDS quotes, details Eds:Will be writethru INDEX: Health, National, Politics HL:NDP Leader Tom Mulcair announces $1.

Campaign trail: Where the leaders are

OTTAWA — Justin Trudeau will get some help from a second former prime minister when Jean Chretien takes part in a Liberal campaign event today.
Election Q&A: How does a minority government work?

Election Q&A: How does a minority government work?

OTTAWA — Conservative Leader Stephen Harper and Liberal counterpart Justin Trudeau both say the party that emerges from the Oct. 19 election with the most seats in Parliament should have a chance to form a government.
Leaders focus on southern Ontario votes

Leaders focus on southern Ontario votes

OTTAWA — Battleground Ontario: starved for jobs, but swimming in votes.

Minister suspends re-election campaign as migrant crisis hits Canada

OTTAWA — Europe’s migrant and refugee crisis washed over the Canadian federal election trail Thursday, sweeping the immigration minister from the hustings to deal with Canada’s response to the case of a Syrian family who drowned while trying to get t
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