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Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird  left , Liberal MP Marc Garneau,  centre  and NDP MP Paul Dewar, right, arrive at the airport, Wednesday, September 3, 2014 in Baghdad, Iraq. Ryan Remiorz Canadian Press
Stephen Harper confirms 69 advisers to Iraq ahead of MP debate

MPs are putting their thoughts on Canada's response to the conflict in Iraq on the official parliamentary record during an emergency debate in the House tonight. is following the debate live.



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  • A new peace? Six-year deal for B.C. teachersA new peace? Six-year deal for B.C. teachers - 2014-09-16 6:01 PM

    VANCOUVER - British Columbia's long-warring government and teachers' union have made unprecedented educational labour peace with a six-year collective agreement wrought through months of embittered strike action and a final six-day sprint to settlement.

  • Saskatoon woman deported to Pakistan - 2014-09-16 5:11 PM

    TORONTO - A 65-year-old woman working as a cook in Saskatoon has been deported to her native Pakistan, where her lawyer says her life could be in danger.

  • Man guilty of New Year's sex assault - 2014-09-16 4:38 PM

    SASKATOON - One of the two men accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a University of Saskatchewan off-campus residence has been found guilty after a judge ruled his story was "an adolescent fantasy."

  • Man accused of animal abuse denied bailMan accused of animal abuse denied bail - 2014-09-16 3:48 PM

    CALGARY - A Calgary man accused of torturing and killing a dog and a cat after obtaining the animals online was denied bail in court Tuesday.

  • Harper sticks to his guns: no vote on IraqHarper sticks to his guns: no vote on Iraq - 2014-09-16 3:38 PM

    OTTAWA - The phrase "boots on the ground" is a well-worn stand-in for "war" — a word nobody wanted to use Tuesday as MPs gathered for an emergency debate on the decision to join the fight against militants in the Middle East.

  • Demolition of Mirabel airport to go ahead - 2014-09-16 3:30 PM

    MONTREAL - Despite efforts to save Mirabel airport, the Montreal airport authority is going ahead with plans to demolish the facility, which has had no passenger flights since 2004.

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