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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says in retrospect, maybe he should have answered in English when asked questions in that language at last night's town hall meeting in Sherbrooke, Que.

The prime minister at first defended his decision to respond to questions only in French, including one about anglophone access to mental health services, when asked about it at a news conference this morning.
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Back in December I had an article about the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command or CANSOFCOM purchasing new ultra light combat vehicles (ULCVs).

Polaris Industries of the U.S. has been awarded the contract for the $20 million project to deliver 78 such vehicles.

The vehicles would mainly be used for off-road travel.

After publishing photos of the ULCVs, I started receiving more than a few emails from readers pointing out that the
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For months we've warned that declining used car prices could spell disaster for subprime auto securitizations (see "Slumping Used Car Prices Spell Disaster For Subprime Auto Securitizations"). While it's always difficult to predict the exact timing of when bubbles will burst, a combination of record-high lease returns in 2017 and 2018, combined with rising interest rates could imply that the auto bubble is on the precipice.

As Bloomberg rece
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Candidates aspiring to take over as chairman of the Democratic National Committee met Monday night to discuss what went wrong in 2016 and how to get the party back on track.
Early into the event the candidates gravitated toward a particular scapegoat for the party’s poor showing in November: Political consultancies owned by white people.
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By now you’ve likely heard heaps of vomit-inducing stories about the Women’s March (see Ashely Judd Embarrasses Herself. Recites Insane Poem at Women’s March and LOL: ‘Women’s March’ Protesters Turn On Each Other… Because Racism?). Apparently it’s a huge bastion of leftist feminism. Bigger than Lena Dunham’s unshaven left thigh. Try wrapping your head around that. But not literally, because ew.

Naturally, Crowder and Not Gay Jared scuttled do
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Kevin O’Leary is the far-and-away front-runner for the Conservative leadership as the Opposition party gains slightly on the Liberals in overall voter preference, according to a new poll.

O’Leary, the celebrity businessman who entered the Tory leadership race last week after months of signalling a potential campaign, is the top choice to lead the party for 27 per cent of poll respondents. The survey found he had more than twice the support of
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Britain's government must get parliamentary approval before starting the process of leaving the European Union, the Supreme Court ruled Tuesday, potentially delaying Prime Minister Theresa May's plans to trigger exit negotiations by the end of March.

The 8-3 ruling from the judges forces the government to put a bill before Parliament, giving pro-EU politicians a chance to soften the terms of Brexit — Britain's exit from the EU. "Leave" campa
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The trade agreement between the European Union and Canada has cleared a big hurdle in the EU's parliament when the trade committee backed the deal and prepared it for full ratification next month.

After the deal was signed in October, it still needs ratification by the EU's Parliament. The trade committee backed it by a 25-15 margin with one abstention on Tuesday. The full legislature will vote on it next month.
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Generally, when the leftwing media wants to push a cause, they find a cipher, a third-party to raise the issue on their behalf. An example would be ObamaCare. The media is desperate to save Obama's legacy, so in order to do so -- while ignoring the millions hurt by the failed program -- the MSM will dishonestly cherry-pick individuals who like ObamaCare, and blow up their stories. Disguising agenda-pushing behind the imprimatur of a personal sto
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The Keystone XL pipeline is back on — maybe. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday potentially reviving the Canada-to-Texas pipeline, the subject of a multi-year saga that cast a long shadow over Canada-U.S. relations.

Trump signed a series of executive orders related to infrastructure and construction, the highest profile of which involved the pipeline project that if completed would carry more than one-fifth of the oil Ca
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President Trump plans to sign executive orders Wednesday enabling construction of his proposed wall on the U.S.-Mexico border and targeting cities where local leaders refuse to hand over illegal immigrants for deportation, according to White House officials familiar with the decisions.

The actions, part of a multi-day focus on immigration, are among an array of sweeping and immediate changes to the nation’s immigration system under considerat
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The Dow Jones Industrial Average just powered through the 20000 level for the first time ever, setting an all-time intraday high three trading days after the inauguration of Donald Trump. Moments after the open, the Dow shot up to 20033.77.

The new record comes as stocks have been on the rise for much of the past three months, finding fresh legs since Election Day to add to one of the longest bull-market runs in U.S. history. The Dow industri
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It isn’t always the polls getting it wrong. Sometimes it’s the journalists.

Here’s a newsflash: The polls in the election that delivered us Donald Trump weren’t the problem. The journalists and commentators who reported on them — they were the problem.

You won’t hear that from most of the media, of course. In fact, these days we hear journalists saying all the time that the polls got it wrong. Implicit in this claim is a rather pathetic pl
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The same day Donald Trump officially became the 45th president of the United States, many noticed that a page specific to LGBT rights had been wiped from the official White House website.

In fact, there are no longer any LGBT references remaining anywhere on the site.
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An ex-Liberal organizer convicted of fraud related to the federal sponsorship scandal was given a four-year prison term Wednesday.

Jacques Corriveau, who was previously described as the ''central figure" in the scandal, will also have 10 years to pay a fine of $1.4 million.

A jury found Corriveau guilty of three charges in November: fraud against the government, forgery and laundering proceeds of crime.

Corriveau, 83, was handcuffed and