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2005-12-03 12:39:14

By Robert Melnbardis MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canada is heading for another minority government, even though most voters want the winning party to take a majority of parliamentary seats in next month's national election, according to polls published on Saturday.

2005-12-02 14:19:23

By David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - The main opposition Conservative Party, regularly accused of planning to scrap Canada's creaking publicly funded health care system, promised on Friday to cut wait times for treatment if elected, but stressed it would not create a parallel private network.

2005-12-01 20:06:30

By Randall Palmer CORNWALL, Ontario (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin is running his re-election bid on the strength of the economy but his campaign buses ran straight into job losses on Thursday.

2005-12-01 11:48:25

By Jonathan Spicer and Randall Palmer MISSISSAUGA, Ontario/MONTREAL (Reuters) - The Conservative Party boldly pledged on Thursday to slash a hated consumption tax if it wins the January federal election.

2005-12-01 12:44:15

By Jonathan Spicer and Randall Palmer MISSISSAUGA, Ontario/MONTREAL (Reuters) - Canada's Conservative Party boldly pledged on Thursday to slash a hated consumption tax if it wins the January federal election.

2005-11-30 19:29:06

By Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren COTEAU-DU-LAC, Quebec/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Prime Minister Paul Martin tried to play the emotional national-unity card on the first full day of the Canadian election campaign on Wednesday, but a patronage scandal that dogged his Liberal government returned to haunt him.

2005-11-30 17:02:20

By Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren COTEAU-DU-LAC, Quebec/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin played the emotional unity card on the first full day of his re-election bid on Wednesday but his message was soon overshadowed by the patronage scandal that brought down his Liberal government.

2005-11-30 15:48:56

By Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren COTEAU-DU-LAC, Quebec/OTTAWA (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin played the emotional unity card on the first full day of his re-election bid on Wednesday but his message was soon overshadowed by the patronage scandal that brought down his Liberal government.

2005-11-30 12:58:00

By Randall Palmer COTEAU-DU-LAC, Quebec (Reuters) - Canadian Prime Minister Paul Martin played the emotional unity card in his re-election bid on Wednesday, warning of the dangers of Quebec separation at a time of global competition.

2005-11-29 19:25:26

By Gilbert Le Gras and Randall Palmer OTTAWA (Reuters) - It was expected to be hard-edged, personal and nasty, and less than half a day into Canada's election campaign it turned out to be just that.


Word of the Day
plim
  • To swell, as grain or wood with water.
The word 'plim' is probably a variant of the word 'plum'.
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