In the 14th century, women of high status were routinely used as bargaining chips in political and economic alliances.
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Market opportunities will improve for Canadian exports, and improved foreign access to Canada’s dairy and poultry sectors will lower costs of these products for Canadian consumers.
There’s been a lot of media coverage on “house flipping” in Vancouver, and quick sales are common in many real estate markets.
Dalton McGuinty laments that the Great Recession stunted his plans to expand Ontario public services
In his autobiography, McGuinty discusses how his first act as premier was to break his election promise and raise taxes.
Recent data demonstrates the negative impacts if treaties and agreements are not upheld.
The federal government recently introduced a bill that will make the process for establishing unions less democratic and weaken the financial disclosure requirements for established unions.
Survey found 70 per cent of Canadian primary care doctors thought their patients often experienced long wait times to see a specialist—the worst showing of any country surveyed.
Ruling could mean an additional $250 million for the Canadian broadcasting industry.
In alternate-history science fiction story, the Axis won the Second World War.
By the Ontario government’s own count it has 380,000 regulations on the books, twice as many as the next province.
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