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Austrian parliament to vote on universal COVID-19 vaccine mandate
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British PM Boris Johnson to lift nearly all COVID-19 restrictions as resignation calls intensify
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Barbados holds snap general election amid criticism
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O’Toole keeps running, but it doesn’t look like he’s going anywhere
Campbell Clark
Campbell Clark
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South African judiciary faces attack in ANC factional feud
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Trailblazing former NDP leader Alexa McDonough dies at 77
british columbia
B.C. Liberals launch review of new memberships ahead of Feb. 5 party leadership vote
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Politics Briefing: Legislation on Quebec’s planned tax for people who refuse to get vaccinated to be tabled in February, Legault says
alberta
Third party to determine if new partnership possible on cancelled Flames arena deal
u.s. politics
U.S. Republican Party threatens to boycott presidential debate commission
opinion
Cutting funding for research isn’t a solution
David Parkinson
David Parkinson
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British PM Boris Johnson faces calls to resign after he apologizes for attending party during COVID-19 lockdown
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Wednesday’s small-cap stocks to watch
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China’s Xi Jinping enters his most important year yet as he prepares for unprecedented third term as Communist Party leader
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Boris Johnson’s staff invited to ‘bring your own booze’ party at Downing Street during nationwide lockdown
british columbia
Western Canada: Alberta premier Jason Kenney had a bad year, but things may only get worse
opinion
If you thought Jason Kenney had a bad year, buckle in for 2022
Kelly Cryderman
Kelly Cryderman
u.s. politics
Biden takes aim at Trump’s ‘web of lies’ on anniversary of Jan. 6 Capitol attack
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A year after Jan. 6 Capitol riot, top Republicans mark the day with silence, deflection
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As Republicans sit out Jan. 6 commemoration, Dick Cheney joins Democrats as an unlikely bridge in a divided Congress