Anaida Poilievre, an immigrant from Venezuela, introduced the new Conservative leader at Saturday's party convention.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper recently announced a moratorium on further Senate appointments, seemingly hoping it will lead to the natural demise of
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Now comes the reckoning — not just for the Senate, but also for Auditor-General Michael Ferguson, who spent $21 million investigating its travel
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