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2005-11-05 07:38:14

By Janet Guttsman TORONTO (Reuters) - A report into a corruption scandal has vaulted the opposition Conservatives ahead of the ruling Liberals in an opinion poll published on Saturday, boosting the chances of an early vote to bring Canada's minority government down.

2005-11-05 07:37:14

By Janet Guttsman TORONTO (Reuters) - A report into a corruption scandal has vaulted the opposition Conservatives ahead of the ruling Liberals in an opinion poll published on Saturday, boosting the chances of an early vote to bring Canada's minority government down.

2005-11-01 14:54:19

By Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Members of Canada's ruling Liberal party ran an elaborate kickback scheme to illegally fund election campaigns, but Prime Minister Paul Martin knew nothing about the wrongdoing, a report into a damaging government corruption scandal said on Tuesday.

2005-11-01 13:00:40

By Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Former Canadian prime minister Jean Chretien shares the blame for a government scandal laced by greed, incompetence, carelessness and venality, but Prime Minister Paul Martin, a fellow Liberal, is off the hook, an official report said on Tuesday.

2005-11-01 10:48:44

By Randall Palmer and David Ljunggren OTTAWA (Reuters) - Former Canadian prime minister Jean Chretien shares the blame for a government sponsorship scandal marred by greed, incompetence, carelessness and venality, but Prime Minister Paul Martin, a fellow Liberal, is off the hook, an official report said on Tuesday.

2005-11-01 10:23:38

OTTAWA (Reuters) - The inquiry into a Canadian government corruption scandal said on Tuesday that senior officials in the Quebec branch of the ruling Liberal Party had engaged in a kickback scheme and in illegal financing, but it said Prime Minister Paul Martin was not to blame.

2005-10-30 11:12:14

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada will not give up on a long running timber trade dispute with the United States and is ready to go to court for what is "rightfully ours," Prime Minister Paul Martin said on Sunday.

2005-10-24 07:23:11

By David Ljunggren QUEBEC CITY, Quebec (Reuters) - A decade after a referendum on whether Quebec should break away from Canada failed by a whisker, the pro-independence movement in the French-speaking province is anxious to try its luck again.


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