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Tony Turner, a physical scientist and folksinger who lives in Ottawa, is on paid leave while Canada's environmental agency determines whether he broke the agency's ethics code.
August 28, 2015 Tony Turner wrote and sang "Harperman," leading a (barefooted) choir through lyrics that ask questions such as "Who squashes all dissent?" and "Who muzzles all the scientists?"
Ottawa police officers, with Parliament Hill in the background, guard the area around the National War Memorial in downtown Ottawa on Thursday.
October 23, 2014 In Canada, the front door to Parliament is often left unlocked, but after Wednesday's attack, that's likely to change.
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper looks at pictures of Jewish Holocaust victims at the Hall of Names while visiting Yad Vashem on Tuesday.
January 22, 2014 Stephen Harper serenaded the Israeli prime minister and his wife during his first visit to the country.
April 2, 2012 President Obama, Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Mexican President Felipe Calderon took questions from reporters at the White House. The first question was about the U.S. health care debate.
May 3, 2011 After five years of minority government, conservatives are in the majority.
March 25, 2011 Most Americans were probably unaware that Canada's government was in troule. But it was, losing a no-confidence vote Friday, only the fifth time that's happened in Canadian history. Even so, Prime Minister Harper is expected to be re-elected.
March 25, 2011 New elections will be held in six weeks. The Conservative government fell after a no-confidence vote in the House of Commons. Lawmakers were upset by the government's failure to release some information about the costs of fighter jets and crime laws.
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