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National
Provinces say they're in the dark about Harper's climate change fund
OTTAWA (CP) - Provinces and territories say they are being kept in the dark about a $1.5 billion eco-Trust and Clean Air Fund announced by Prime Minister Stephen Harper last week that's supposed to be destined for their coffers. Anne O'Hagan, a spokeswoman for Ontario Environment Minister ...
at 21:04 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Air India families urge Dion to rethink Liberal stance on anti-terrorism act
OTTAWA (CP) - Families affected by the Air India tragedy are urging Stephane Dion to rethink the Liberals' stance on the Anti-Terrorism Act. But Liberal justice critic Marlene Jennings, who last week suggested the party would review its position in view of its potential impact on the Air I...
at 19:37 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Families of Chinese head-tax payers should receive settlement: activists
TORONTO (CP) - The federal government should provide compensation to the families of Chinese immigrants who paid a discriminatory head tax, a group of Chinese-Canadian activists said Monday. Currently, only surviving head-tax payers or their spouses are eligible to claim a $20,000 settleme...
at 18:42 on February 19, 2007, EST.

High court finally set to rule this week in landmark security cases
OTTAWA (CP) - The Supreme Court of Canada is set to rule on a landmark challenge of federal security certificates, the much-criticized legal tool used by Ottawa to deport foreign nationals accused of terrorist ties. The judgment, to be delivered Friday, is laden with potential consequences...
at 18:39 on February 19, 2007, EST.

Federal Tories accused of diluting commitment to protect fisheries, waterways
(CP) - Environmentalists are warning that the federal government is rewriting one of the strongest pieces of environmental legislation in the country to dilute its commitment to protect fish habitat from trout streams to oceans. A coalition of 29 groups says planned changes to the Fisherie...
at 18:03 on February 19, 2007, EST.



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