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QUEBEC — Fresh off his landslide electoral victory, Premier Francois Legault has a new mission: forming his next cabinet.

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OTTAWA — A new report from Canadians for Tax Fairness says top companies paid $30 billion less in taxes last year than would be expected under existing corporate tax rates.

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Vancouver Canucks' Jason Dickinson (18) and Edmonton Oilers' Tyson Barrie (22) battle for the puck during third period preseason action in Edmonton on Monday, October 3, 2022.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jason Franson

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WASHINGTON — Campaigning politicians say it all the time: the coming election will be the most important in a generation.

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VICTORIA — A newly elected member of British Columbia's legislature became Canada's first politician to sign a pledge to the King at the start of a fall sitting Monday, where health care and high costs were expected to be dominant issues.

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The federal government has begun its search for an organization to administer an endowment fund aimed at bolstering the economic and social well-being of Black Canadians.

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Canadian politicians need to think about what would happen if the Iranian regime actually falls, an expert says as Ottawa's response to protests abroad becomes political fodder at home.

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