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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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Federal infrastructure funds flowing slowly

Data show Conservatives using infrastructure fund as campaign fodder: Goodale

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Baloney Meter: Canada besties with Iran?-Image1

Baloney Meter: Canada besties with Iran?

Baloney Meter: Would restoring relations make Canada-Iran 'best friends?'

World | 2 hours ago
Greek vote campaign begins amid grinding cash crisis-Image1

Greek vote campaign begins amid grinding cash crisis

Campaign to sway Greek vote underway as people's struggle to get cash grinds on

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The case for Greece: when it forgave Germany's debt-Image1

The case for Greece: when it forgave Germany's debt

Germany resists debt relief for Greece, but benefited from such a plan after WWII

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At least 5,000 out of homes in northern Saskatchewan-Image1

At least 5,000 out of homes in northern Saskatchewan

Fires, smoke force 5,000 out of homes in northern Saskatchewan, one house lost

Ontario | 2 hours ago

Decision not to accredit law school upheld

Refusal to accredit B.C. Christian university's law school upheld in Ontario

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Government plays down asbestos revisions

Asbestos revisions on Health Canada website not significant, government says

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Police find getaway car in cafe shooting

Getaway car used in fatal shooting north of Toronto found in parking lot: police

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