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PMO says man in attack against Canadian Forces members had 'become radicalized'

SAINT-JEAN-SUR-RICHELIEU, Que. - A man who died from police gunfire after he struck two members of the Canadian Forces with his car had "become radicalized," the Prime Minister's Office said Monday....

posted: October 20,2014

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Canada wins a round in ongoing trade battle with U.S. over meat-labelling laws

Canada has won a battle in an ongoing trade dispute with the United States over meat-labelling laws that have hurt the beef and pork industries....

Bernard Drainville to run for Parti Quebecois leadership

MONTREAL - The man behind Quebec's doomed values charter confirmed Monday he will seek the leadership of the Parti Quebecois....

Federal Conservatives under fire after 'blind luck' keeps drifting ship afloat

OTTAWA - B.C.'s northern coast dodged a bullet this week when a disabled cargo ship drifted dangerously close to the shores of Haida Gwaii, opposition critics charged Monday in the House of Commons....

Family condemns RCMP response during B.C. manhunt that ended with suspect dead

VANCOUVER - The family of a B.C. man who was shot by the RCMP during a manhunt says police failed to attempt to end the ordeal peacefully and that it amounted to an execution....

Magnotta first-degree murder trial hears from Harper's deputy chief of staff


CSIS can't cover 'all the bases' when monitoring radicals: senior spy official

OTTAWA - It would be foolish to say the Canadian Security Intelligence Service has "all the bases covered" when it comes to monitoring radicalized Canadians who have returned home, a senior CSIS official acknowledges....

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