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  1. Trudeau sends a signal to Alberta. Cue the squirming. Alberta got its cabinet minister, but the real focus will be on the new names at environment and natural resources, and how they apply the government's 'just transition' The post Trudeau sends a signal to Alberta. Cue the squirming. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  2. Trudeau’s new cabinet: Serious people in charge of serious files The PM has put smart people into big and difficult roles. The challenge—for him and his legacy—will be whether he can give them space to do their jobs. The post Trudeau’s new cabinet: Serious people in charge of serious files appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  3. A wedding fit for a commoner Image of the week: Japan's Princess Mako trades her royal title for love in a simple ceremony so not to rile her family and the Japanese public The post A wedding fit for a commoner appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  4. Introducing the Minister of Memes, Distractingly Good Hair and Spilling the Hot Tea SATIRE: On this cabinet swearing-in day, we humbly suggest a set of additional personnel that could prove helpful in the days ahead The post Introducing the Minister of Memes, Distractingly Good Hair and Spilling the Hot Tea appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  5. It’s raining, it’s pouring, the PM names a cabinet Image of the week: Justin Trudeau strolled up to Rideau Hall, umbrella in hand and storms brewing. It was a world apart from the happier times of 2015. The post It’s raining, it’s pouring, the PM names a cabinet appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  6. Canada’s diplomatic blunder in Turkey Adnan R. Khan: Turkey’s standoff with 10 ambassadors, including Canada’s, was political grandstanding, and Erdogan came out the winner The post Canada’s diplomatic blunder in Turkey appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  7. Five key takeaways from Trudeau’s substantial cabinet shuffle Major portfolios are switching hands, and some new roles have been created. It points to shifting priorities and a new power balance in Trudeau's Ottawa. The post Five key takeaways from Trudeau’s substantial cabinet shuffle appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  8. The weird and wonderful work of a university residence assistant Life as an RA—who works to support fellow students in on-campus housing—can be stressful and strange, but also fulfilling The post The weird and wonderful work of a university residence assistant appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  9. The crime novel second acts of Chris Hadfield and Beverley McLachlin This fall is a season for new or newly announced crime novels penned by people famous in other fields The post The crime novel second acts of Chris Hadfield and Beverley McLachlin appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  10. Time for Justin Trudeau to make a cabinet Politics Insider for Oct. 26, 2021: Who will be in and who will be out in the post-election shake-up? Plus, some cranky MPs. The post Time for Justin Trudeau to make a cabinet appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  11. Debating the pros and cons of Daylight Savings Time Ahead of the end of this year's daylight saving on Nov. 7, Shannon Proudfoot breaks down the pros and cons of the increasingly unpopular practice The post Debating the pros and cons of Daylight Savings Time appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  12. One intern’s idea to curb road rage in Calgary—with humour The drive into Calgary is worth a chuckle, thanks to Joseph Kruis, an intern in the city of Calgary's transportation department The post One intern’s idea to curb road rage in Calgary—with humour appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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  13. Jean Chrétien chides Justin Trudeau over slow efforts to free the two Michaels Politics Insider for Oct. 25, 2021: The Liberals get called out; Jason Kenney's in trouble; and Alberta's new mayors talk shop The post Jean Chrétien chides Justin Trudeau over slow efforts to free the two Michaels appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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