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An advocacy group and a student organization say not allowing people to use voter identification cards as valid ID at the polls could disenfranchise...
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Voter ID law change not justified, court told

Eligible voters could be disenfranchised by stricter ID rules, groups say

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Decision not to accredit law school upheld

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Government plays down asbestos revisions

Asbestos revisions on Health Canada website not significant, government says

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