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Morning Brief: Friday, March 4, 2016 – iPolitics

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Mar 4, 2016

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Trudeau, premiers agree carbon pricing to be part of overall climate plan — Canada-U.S. cross border police project ‘postponed’ over differences — Liberal MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith dismisses ‘fear-mongering’ on animal welfare bill — Watchdog to probe Charest bid for PMO meeting with pipeline firm — For Nova Scotia, Trump is the gift that keeps on giving — A gong show of a debate — Chris Christie says he’s okay — Clinton email probe fraught with political consequences — North Korea reportedly readying nuclear weapons — Obama says he’s not leaving D.C. next year — And finally, #FU2016 gets underway

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