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30.01.2015

Ottawa sues law firm for alleged legal fee fraud in residential schools case

REGINA - The federal government is suing a Saskatchewan law firm, alleging lawyers fraudulently overbilled for their work with survivors of Indian residential schools.

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30.01.2015

Liberals, NDP had best fundraising year in a decade in 2014

OTTAWA - Both the federal Liberals and New Democrats posted their best fundraising results in a decade last year — significantly eroding the Conservatives' cash advantage just as an election is looming.

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30.01.2015

Opposition parties treading carefully on new anti-terror legislation

OTTAWA - Anti-terrorism legislation introduced by the Conservative government Friday received a cautious reception by the opposition parties who said they want to study the bill before deciding on whether it will receive their support.

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30.01.2015

Public sector workers' right to strike protected by Constitution: Supreme Court

OTTAWA - A divided Supreme Court of Canada has raised the bar for Ottawa and the provinces in their dealings with public sector employees by affirming the right to strike as constitutionally protected.

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30.01.2015

Permit for Nova Scotia pulp mill tightens emissions, effluent over five years

HALIFAX - Northern Pulp Nova Scotia Corp. says it will appeal a renewed industrial permit issued today by the provincial Environment Department.

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