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Howard McCurdy was the first black member of Parliament for the New Democratic Party and a well-known challenger of racism. McCurdy died Tuesday. He was 85.
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Patrick Brown has been cleared to run for the leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, a job he previously held, the party revealed Wednesday afternoon.
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A tax benefit aimed at the working poor will be expanded in next week's federal budget, but the Liberals are also trying to make sure more people actually know it exists.
Source: CBC | Top Stories News