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From deep inside their own bubble, U.S. women maintain an even keel
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From deep inside their own bubble, U.S. women maintain an even...

By , OTTAWA — Tucked inside the bubble, that literal and figurative shelter where the U.S. women's national soccer team has retreated between matches and practices at this worrisome World Cup, players say they have blocked out biting ... Washington Post, 1 week ago
As spotlight increases, US women trying to keep focus on field Austin American Statesman, 1 week ago

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U.S. beats China, 1-0, to reach semis

The United States women's national team is heading to Tuesday's semifinal round after beating China, 1-0, in Ottawa on Friday night. It's the seventh straight World Cup in which the Americans have reached the final four. Carli Lloyd's header in ...
 Washington Post1 week ago Women's World Cup quarterfinals: U.S. vs. China tied 0-0  Washington Post1 week ago

U.S. not concerned with referees to face China

OTTAWA, June 24 (Xinhua) -- The possible ban of captain Abby Wambach and suspension of two starters are not concerned by the American team when they face China in the quarter-finals of the Women's World Cup on Friday. The title favorites U.S. had ...
 Xinhua News Agency1 week ago US not concerned with referees to face China  CHINAdaily Africa1 week ago

Meet the Press: Kristie Smith, Reporter at iPolitics

Kristie Smith, a reporter at iPolitics , is a new breed of journalist: one born into digital. She covers politics in Ottawa where her interests lie in national and cyber security, defence policy, terrorism and privacy. What is it like to be an ...
 Canada NewsWire1 week ago

UPDATE 1-Canada new housing prices up in April despite Calgary drop

(Adds details, background) OTTAWA, June 11 The increase matched analysts' expectations. Compared with April 2014, prices rose 1.1 percent, the slowest year-on-year pace of growth since February 2010. Canada's housing market has boomed since the ...
 Reuters3 weeks ago Canada new housing prices up in April despite Calgary drop  Reuters Canada3 weeks ago

NDP looking to make Senate abolition an election issue, Mulcair says

OTTAWA—NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair signalled his party will try to make the future of Canada's troubled Senate a key issue in the Oct. 19 federal election. Were going to be looking first and foremost for a mandate from the Canadian voting public ...
 Metro Canada3 weeks ago

Canada seen as unlikely to tamper with inflation target during review

OTTAWA, May 13 (Reuters) - Canadian financial authorities are unlikely to raise the country's inflation target after a review this year given the risk to the central bank's credibility and widespread support for the existing benchmark, economists ...
 CNBC1 month ago

No 1980s flashback for Alberta real estate

OTTAWA The oil slump is sure to bruise Alberta's housing market, but don't expect real estate in the province to absorb another 1980s-style drubbing, says an internal federal government analysis. The Department of Finance compared the potential ...
 Metro Canada2 months ago Alberta's Housing Sector Is Hurting, But It's No 1980s Flashback: Feds  Huffington Post Canada2 months ago

Harper Government Implements Further Restrictions on Flavoured Cigars That Appeal to Youth

Amendments will close the loophole that allowed the marketing of certain flavoured cigars OTTAWA, June 18, 2015 /CNW/ - Today, the Honourable Rona Ambrose, Minister of Health, announced the adoption of new measures to further restrict flavours in ...
 TickerTech.com2 weeks ago
News Talk 650 CKOM

Solomon's CBC woes cast spotlight on sources

OTTAWA - News that high-profile CBC politics anchor Evan Solomon was rubbing shoulders — and allegedly brokering secret art deals — with some of the country's biggest movers and shakers did more than just cost him his job. It also cast an ...
 News Talk 650 CKOM3 weeks ago Reporters cultivating political sources need more wisdom than Solomon  Newstalk 1290 CJBK3 weeks ago
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