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Alberta-based reporter Josh Wingrove. (Jimmy Jeong/Jimmy Jeong/For The Globe and Mail)
Alberta-based reporter Josh Wingrove. (Jimmy Jeong/Jimmy Jeong/For The Globe and Mail)

Josh Wingrove

Parliamentary reporter

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Support for Harper’s environmental record increasing, poll shows

The poll also comes two weeks after Prime Minister Stephen Harper said it would be “crazy” to limit oil and gas emissions, as his government first promised to do in 2006, at the current oil price. The poll also comes at a time when environmental concerns continue to underpin opposition to major pipeline projects across Canada, and after Canada criticized for inaction at a climate conference in Lima this month.

Dec 24, 2014

Harper approval rating on the rise, poll suggests

The Abacus Data poll is the latest to find an increase in Conservative fortunes ahead of the looming federal election, scheduled for next October, after an autumn in which Harper’s government has rolled out new announcements ahead of next year’s anticipated balanced budget

Dec 23, 2014

Canadian government rejects solitary confinement limits

The federal government is rejecting some key recommendations made by an inquest into the death of Ashley Smith – refusing to introduce any new limits for solitary confinement, though saying it would co-operate with any audit of federal prisons

Dec 11, 2014

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Josh is a parliamentary reporter in Ottawa. Before moving to the nation's capital in 2013, he covered provincial affairs in Edmonton and throughout Alberta. He joined the Globe in 2008 in Toronto before returning to his home province in 2010.

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