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  • Why Ontario’s politicians took a break from fighting about...
    It is an eccentric tradition even in calmer political times, rendered all the more remarkable this year by the events that unfolded at Queen’s Park in the early hours of Monday morning. Each September, Ontario MPPs suspend legislative business to converge on the International Plowing Match, a major agricultural expo… ... more
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  • The Emmy Awards kept congratulating itself for being diverse...
    Despite constantly self-congratulating themselves throughout the broadcast for having a more diverse list of nominees than any previous ceremony, Monday night’s Emmy Awards were, to put it simply, pretty white. But that’s also been the pattern of countless awards shows to date, where #____SoWhite becomes a trending hashtag shortly after… ... more
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  • What happens to MPs who cross the floor
    It’s been a big month for floor-crossers: Maxime Bernier left the Conservatives to form his People’s Party of Canada, Leona Alleslev left the Liberals for the Conservatives and five MPs who crossed the floor away from the Bloc Quebecois are now crossing back. Below, a brief history of the Canadian… ... more
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  • ‘He is happy’: Masai Ujiri insists Kawhi Leonard is fire...
    TORONTO — Masai Ujiri has the material for a first-rate How I Spent My Summer Vacation essay. The Toronto Raptors president toured his native Africa for a month, visiting six countries with the non-profit he founded, trying to spread positive messages about life through basketball. Along the way, he hung… ... more
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  • Quebec party leaders continue immigration attacks after hist...
    MONTREAL — Quebec’s party leaders continue to spar over the election issue of immigration following Monday night’s English-language debate. Their attacks come as a new poll released today indicates the Liberals and the Coalition Avenir Quebec are in a statistical tie for first place after the latter had been leading… ... more
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  • Quebec party leaders continue immigration attacks after hist...
    MONTREAL — Francois Legault tried to divert attention from his immigration policies Tuesday, as a report from a research institute undercut his campaign rhetoric on newcomers and two new polls placed his Coalition Avenir Quebec in a virtual tie with the Liberals. Following Monday night’s English-language debate in which he… ... more
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  • The important questions: Can a video game ruin your marriage...
    Fortnite, an online video game, is responsible for the collapse of the institution of marriage. Or, so say publicists hired by a firm called Divorce Online, whose recent press release cites 200 petitions to divorce in the last year where “addiction to Fortnite and other digital games” was listed as… ... more
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  • Tom Cruise and Cher used to date. How did this even happen?
    As one of the more baffling romances in Hollywood history, you would think it would be hard to forget that Cher and Tom Cruise once dated – and yet, few remember this bizarre fling that occurred in the 1980s. In a new interview with The Daily Mail, Cher recalled how… ... more
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  • Despite all his rage, he is still just Nicolas Cage
    Have you ever been so uncouth as to make an “uncaged Cage” or “Cage Rage” joke? Well then, Nicolas Cage, the subject of your mockery, is no fan of yours. The actor, who currently stars in the cult horror hit Mandy, revealed in a recent IndieWire interview that he has… ... more
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  • Mayochup mayhem: Heinz’s rage-inducing ketchup and mayonna...
    Mayochup, Heinz’s condiment mashup, will debut in U.S. stores later this month. The brand first teased the concept on Twitter in April, when it released the product in the Middle East. The suggestion of unleashing it on the U.S. was swiftly met with a mix of incredulity, disgust and accusations… ... more
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  • Mayochup mayhem: Heinz’s rage-inducing ketchup and mayonna...
    Mayochup, Heinz’s condiment mashup, will debut in U.S. stores later this month. The brand first teased the concept on Twitter in April, when it released the product in the Middle East. The suggestion of unleashing it on the U.S. was swiftly met with a mix of incredulity, disgust and accusations… ... more
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  • Roseanne says she knows how her character will die in The Co...
    Back in May, Roseanne Barr posted a racist tweet about former Barack Obama advisor Valerie Jarrett. ABC reponded promptly; firing the comedian and cancelling her seriesRoseanne. Never ones to turn down a potential payday, ABC later announced it would pick up a spin-off of the series that included all of the cast,… ... more
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  • First woman to ascend Mount Logan solo recovers abandoned ...
    WHITEHORSE — The Montreal woman who was the first female to make a solo ascent of Canada’s highest mountain has recovered some of the expensive gear she had to abandon during her rescue on the climb down. Monique Richard reached the 5,959-metre summit of Mount Logan in Yukon on May… ... more
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  • Julie Chen, wife of disgraced CBS chairman Leslie Moonves, i...
    Weeks after her husband Leslie Moonves, chairman and chief executive of CBS, stepped down from the television network after 12 women accused him of sexual harassment and assault, as reported by The New Yorker, Julie Chen has announced she will be leaving the network’s daytime show The Talk. Chen did… ... more
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  • Number of irregular migrant claims increased slightly in Aug...
    OTTAWA — The number of irregular border crossers seeking asylum in Canada increased slightly in August, but were far below the record spikes seen last summer. Newly published federal data shows the Mounties apprehended 1,747 irregular migrants between official border crossings in August, an increase of 113 from July. This… ... more
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  • ‘Hurt, anger, displeasure’: Aurora Liberals president sa...
    OTTAWA — Clayton Haluza was sitting at his desk on Bay Street when he learned the Liberal MP he spent countless hours campaigning for had defected — a choice leaving him, and his party, blindsided a year out from an election. Haluza, the president of the Aurora-Oak Ridges-Richmond Hill Liberal… ... more
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  • Cook this: Chickpea pozole – Mexican hominy stew – from ...
    Our cookbook of the week is The Chickpea Revolution Cookbook by Heather Lawless and Jen Mulqueen. Over the next four days, we’ll feature recipes from the book and an interview with its authors. To try another recipe from the book, check out: socca with caramelized onions. Pozole – a rich… ... more
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  • Cook this: Chickpea pozole – Mexican hominy stew – from ...
    Our cookbook of the week is The Chickpea Revolution Cookbook by Heather Lawless and Jen Mulqueen. Over the next four days, we’ll feature recipes from the book and an interview with its authors. To try another recipe from the book, check out: socca with caramelized onions. Pozole – a rich… ... more
    Nationalpost -Life2 days ago
  • Watch: The first trailer for Captain Marvel, starring Brie L...
    After teasing it for weeks, the first trailer for Marvel’s Captain Marvel, starring Brie Larson, finally made its debut Tuesday morning on Good Morning America. As far as plot goes, here’s what we do know: this is no origin story. According to an Entertainment Weekly feature from earlier this month,… ... more
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  • For the first time in Emmy Awards history, a winner proposed...
    For the first time in Emmy history, a winner proposed to his girlfriend on stage as she sat in shock in the audience. It was a moment that could have easily fell flat or sad (imagine if she said no!), but thanks to the swell of shock and joy that… ... more
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  • How a truck running through the border into Canada was able ...
    A dramatic weekend pursuit through Vancouver has highlighted a potentially dangerous quirk of border security: Canadian border guards are not allowed to chase vehicles that blow through border crossings. “Our officers want to do the job; they are very frustrated by not being allowed to chase people running through the… ... more
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  • 10/3 podcast: What Canada can actually learn about drugs fro...
    The two big drug topics that are front and centre in the minds of Canadians are the coming legalization of marijuana, and the opioid crisis, which has seen thousands die of overdoses from fentanyl and other deadly drugs. Is there anything that can be learned from Portugal, which decriminalized all… ... more
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  • Video of rare ‘fire whirl’ snatching hose from firefight...
    A towering funnel of smoke and flames captured on video by a firefighter with the BC Wildfire Service is giving viewers a peek into the surreal world that crews have faced while battling some of the worst wildfires this summer in British Columbia. In the video posted to Instagram by… ... more
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  • Canadian air force short of 275 pilots as attrition outpaces...
    OTTAWA — The Royal Canadian Air Force is contending with a shortage of around 275 pilots and needs more mechanics, sensor operators and other trained personnel as well in the face of increasing demands to conduct and support domestic and international missions. The Air Force says it is working to… ... more
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  • Ontario says it won’t pursue Bill 31 if court stays ruling...
    TORONTO — The Ontario government will not pursue a new bill to cut Toronto city council nearly in half if the province’s highest court stays a ruling that quashed an earlier version of the legislation, lawyers said Tuesday. In a hearing before the Court of Appeal for Ontario, lawyer Robin… ... more
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  • Doug Ford stresses need to protect Ontario farming jobs in N...
    PAIN COURT , Ont. — Ontario Premier Doug Ford says any NAFTA deal must protect jobs in the province’s agricultural sector. He says farming jobs can’t be used as a bargaining chip in the trade talks, in which Canada’s supply management for dairy and poultry products has been a point… ... more
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  • Halifax oceanography researchers tag great white shark in At...
    HALIFAX — For the first time in Atlantic Canadian waters, scientists have successfully tagged a great white shark. Federal fisheries officials say Heather Bowlby of the shark unit at Halifax’s Bedford Institute of Oceanography tagged the shark off southwest Nova Scotia last week. They say the tag information will assist… ... more
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  • Daily horoscope for Tuesday, September 18, 2018
    Moon Alert We have the “all clear” today to shop and do business. The Moon is in Capricorn. Aries (March 21-April 19) You might get in a dustup with a friend today or a member of a group. Something unusual will happen – definitely. Do not take on more than… ... more
    Nationalpost -Life2 days ago
  • NAFTA deadline looms, but Canada sets itself apart from Mexi...
    In the “psychological warfare” that is trade negotiation, Canada faces another U.S.-imposed deadline this week to conclude high-intensity NAFTA negotiations. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said Monday she will rejoin the talks in Washington within days, but Canadian negotiators seem determined to resist the time pressures, setting themselves apart from… ... more
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  • Scott Stinson: Buffalo’s troubled early season is so very ...
    Among the 32 quarterbacks who have taken the bulk of the offensive snaps for their NFL teams, Josh Allen of the Buffalo Bills has the second-worst passer rating. In a league where rule changes have fostered a sharp rise in quarterback play, Allen has completed just 50% of his passes,… ... more
    Nationalpost -Sports2 days ago
  • ISIL propaganda video calls Toronto’s Danforth shooting it...
    A propaganda video released by pro-Islamic State media praising terrorist attacks abroad names July’s mass shooting on Toronto’s Danforth Avenue as its most successful foreign operation of the year. This is the third claim connecting the deadly Canadian attack to the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, but there… ... more
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  • Man charged after breaking into a home and piling furniture ...
    KINGSTON, Ont. — Police say a man has been arrested after allegedly breaking into a Kingston, Ont., home and piling furniture into a bathtub. Kingston police say a man returned to his residence on Saturday around 1 a.m. to find his furniture tossed around. Police say the man heard water… ... more
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  • B.C. transgender woman who was denied Brazilian wax job with...
    A transgender woman in B.C. has withdrawn a human rights complaint filed against an aesthetician who turned down her request for a Brazilian wax job. The Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms (JCCF), whose lawyers represented the aesthetician, said Monday their client was vindicated and called it a “victory.” But the… ... more
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  • TIFF pledged to do better when it comes to women in film. Di...
    Amber Heard has seen the worst of Hollywood. The fiercely outspoken actress first publicly discussed her fluid sexuality in 2010, long before it became de rigeur for young celebrities like Miley Cyrus, Cara Delevingne and Lucas Hedges to talk about their sexual preferences in the media. It didn’t go over… ... more
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  • Three people plead guilty in Alberta to bizarre naked kidnap...
    LEDUC, Alta. — Three people in Alberta have pleaded guilty after being charged in a bizarre naked kidnapping case that may have involved hallucinogenic tea. Two women and one man, who cannot be identified due to a publication ban, each pleaded guilty in Leduc provincial court Monday to unlawful confinement.… ... more
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  • Beyond hangry: Tetchy Canadian vegans mystified by A&W...
    Tyler Wade felt like a loser — a hungry loser, fresh off a crushing summer beer-league hockey defeat. The playoff loss stung mightily, but a Beyond Meat vegan burger at A&W was sure to make Wade feel better, he reasoned, since it was the best damn faux-meat burger this recent… ... more
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  • N.S. woman, nephew settle legal fight over $1.2M Chase the A...
    PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S. — A Nova Scotia woman and her nephew have settled their painful, public dispute over a $1.2 million Chase the Ace jackpot that made headlines across Canada. Barbara Reddick sued her nephew Tyrone MacInnis after a Cape Breton charity fundraiser’s grand prize was divided between the two,… ... more
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  • ‘Somebody started masturbating, so we all did’: Paul McC...
    In a new interview with NME, to promote his latest album Egypt Station, the flawless Paul McCartney said he still judges his new material by imagining what The Beatles would have said about it, particularly John Lennon. He said, “You know, you do sometimes, particularly if you’re wondering about a… ... more
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  • ‘I wouldn’t bet my life on it’: Woody Allen addresses ...
    In a controversial New York Magazine interview with Soon-Yi Previn, the wife of director Woody Allen not only renews claims of childhood abuse against mother Mia Farrow, but suggests she has been “taking advantage” of the #MeToo movement to smear Allen in regards to Dylan Farrow’s renewed child molestation claims. Allen… ... more
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  • If and when construction on Trans Mountain pipeline begins, ...
    OTTAWA — If and when construction begins on the beleaguered Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, one of the biggest winners could be organized labour, thanks to a decision to increase the amount of work being given to unionized companies revealed just before the federal government took possession of the project. Though… ... more
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  • Esther the Wonder Pig is now cancer-free
    CAMPBELLVILLE, Ont. — An Ontario pig with a massive social media following is now cancer-free. Owner Steve Jenkins says Esther the Wonder Pig underwent surgery for breast cancer last month. Jenkins says Esther was diagnosed with cancer in early August and doctors also found a stomach ulcer that was causing… ... more
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  • Canada’s ban on the use of trans fats in food products is ...
    OTTAWA — Canada’s ban on the main source of artificial trans fats is now in effect. The ban takes aim at partially hydrogenated oils, or PHOs, which are the main source of industrially produced trans fats in all food sold in the country. Rules coming into force today make it… ... more
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  • Soon-Yi Previn gives a rare interview defending her husband,...
    In a recent interview with New York MagazineSoon-Yi Previn, the wife of controversial director Woody Allen, spoke publicly for the first time since the beginning of their controversial relationship. In the story, 47-year-old Previn said she feels her adoptive mother Mia Farrow has been using the #MeToo movement to smear Allen.… ... more
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  • Only time will bell: Are green, red and yellow peppers all t...
    A capsicum bomb was dropped on Twitter last week, causing many to question everything they thought they knew about a particularly popular nightshade. Lifestyle blogger Call Me Amy tweeted that no matter what the hue – green, yellow, orange or red – bell peppers are all from the same plant.… ... more
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  • Only time will bell: Are green, red and yellow peppers all t...
    A capsicum bomb was dropped on Twitter last week, causing many to question everything they thought they knew about a particularly popular nightshade. Lifestyle blogger Call Me Amy tweeted that no matter what the hue – green, yellow, orange or red – bell peppers are all from the same plant.… ... more
    Nationalpost -Life2 days ago
  • Video shows three humpback whales lolling off N.S. before di...
    TIVERTON, N.S. — A video of three humpback whales surging out of the water one after the other off Nova Scotia has captured the attention of people around the world. The stunning video was shot by Edward Giroux, who was a passenger on a Zodiac last month when the… ... more
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  • ‘Optimism bias’ common cause of cost overrun, expert say...
    HAPPY VALLEY GOOSE BAY, N.L. — Hydroelectric dams are particularly vulnerable to cost and schedule overruns, an expert testified Monday at the start of a public inquiry into the Muskrat Falls hydro megaproject in Labrador. Oxford University economics professor Bent Flyvbjerg, who is described on his faculty page as “the… ... more
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  • Trump-tape-hunting Tom Arnold and ‘Apprentice’ producer ...
    LOS ANGELES — A scuffle between Tom Arnold and a producer of “The Apprentice” has led to an exchange on social media. Arnold tweeted that producer Mark Burnett choked him at a pre-Emmys party Sunday in Los Angeles. Burnett’s wife, actress Roma Downey, tweeted that Arnold “tried to ambush” the… ... more
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  • Cook this: Socca – gluten-free flatbread – with carameli...
    Our cookbook of the week is The Chickpea Revolution Cookbook by Heather Lawless and Jen Mulqueen. Over the next four days, we’ll feature recipes from the book and an interview with its authors. “It’s wildly easy,” Jen Mulqueen says of this socca recipe. Hailing from Nice, France, where it’s a… ... more
    Nationalpost -Arts3 days ago
  • Cook this: Socca – gluten-free flatbread – with carameli...
    Our cookbook of the week is The Chickpea Revolution Cookbook by Heather Lawless and Jen Mulqueen. Over the next four days, we’ll feature recipes from the book and an interview with its authors. “It’s wildly easy,” Jen Mulqueen says of this socca recipe. Hailing from Nice, France, where it’s a… ... more
    Nationalpost -Life3 days ago
  • Rare midnight sitting over Doug Ford’s bill to cut Toronto...
    TORONTO — Hordes of protesters shouted to be allowed inside the Ontario legislature as provincial politicians held a rare midnight sitting to speed up the passage of a controversial bill to cut Toronto’s city council nearly in half. Protesters voiced their opposition to the bill inside Queen’s Park as well,… ... more
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  • Daily horoscope for Monday, September 17, 2018
    Moon Alert After 7:30 AM EDT today (4:30 AM PDT), we have the “all clear” to shop and do business. The Moon is in Capricorn. Aries (March 21-April 19) Don’t be late for work today because bosses might not be happy. Something unexpected related to authority figures might trigger an… ... more
    Nationalpost -Life3 days ago
  • After a not-very-restful summer break, six things to watch t...
    OTTAWA — On Monday, MPs and senators return to Parliament Hill after a not-very-restful summer break. With just a year left until the next federal election, Liberals say they are feeling good about their legislative agenda. Bills ratifying a new trade agreement, changing firearms rules and adjusting elections law will… ... more
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  • ‘The elephant in the room’: New Brunswick’s fiscal rec...
    One prominent economist calls it “the elephant in the room” of the New Brunswick election: The coming fiscal reckoning. New Brunswick is what some might call a poor cousin of Confederation — it has the nation’s lowest median household income, and was the only province that recorded a population decline… ... more
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  • Peter Farrelly’s Green Book takes home the Grolsch People...
    It’s called the Grolsch People’s Choice Award, but its street name is the will-it-win-best-picture prize. This year, audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival chose Peter Farrelly’s Green Book, starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen in the true story of a Brooklyn bouncer who became a chauffeur for a black… ... more
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  • Peter Farrelly’s Green Book takes home the Grolsch People...
    It’s called the Grolsch People’s Choice Award, but its street name is the will-it-win-best-picture prize. This year, audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival chose Peter Farrelly’s Green Book, starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen in the true story of a Brooklyn bouncer who became a chauffeur for a black… ... more
    Nationalpost3 days ago
  • Peter Farrelly’s Green Book takes home the Grolsch People...
    It’s called the Grolsch People’s Choice Award, but its street name is the will-it-win-best-picture prize. This year, audiences at the Toronto International Film Festival chose Peter Farrelly’s Green Book, starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen in the true story of a Brooklyn bouncer who became a chauffeur for a black… ... more
    Nationalpost -Arts3 days ago
  • Canadian lab takes a shot at producing cancer-killing treatm...
    Canada’s particle physics laboratory TRIUMF is making a push to be a future world leader in the production of a special radioactive isotope nicknamed the “rarest drug on Earth,” which can deliver devastating amounts of energy to single cancer cells, without harming nearby tissue. Most nuclear isotopes in medicine are… ... more
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  • Heritage designation for Saskatchewan church built by black ...
    MAIDSTONE, Sask. — For a small group of American black families escaping racist Jim Crow laws a century ago, building a church in their new home in Saskatchewan was a priority. Completed in 1912, Shiloh Baptist Church, about 30 kilometres northwest of Maidstone, provided a place of worship and communal… ... more
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  • Intrigue and impasse persist over NAFTA as Canada-U.S. talks...
    WASHINGTON — Chrystia Freeland was not happy. With trilateral NAFTA talks having been on hiatus for most of the summer, the foreign affairs minister was in Berlin, barely one full day into a week-long diplomatic mission to Europe, when news emerged that the United States and Mexico had forged their… ... more
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  • One worker dead, another seriously injured after trapped in ...
    THOMPSON, Man. — A railway worker has died and another suffered serious injuries after rescuers spent hours trying to free them from the wreckage of a derailment in northern Manitoba. The Arctic Gateway Group, which recently purchased the Hudson Bay Railway, said in a statement that authorities have confirmed the… ... more
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  • Immigrants criticize ‘abominable’ policy to expel newcom...
    MONTREAL — Along Montreal’s Saint-Laurent Boulevard are rows of greystone and red-bricked buildings dating from the early 20th century, many of which used to house businesses owned by first-generation Jewish immigrants who didn’t speak French very well. Steve Schreter’s clothing store — opened by a relative in 1928 — is… ... more
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  • Daily horoscope for Sunday, September 16, 2018
    Moon Alert Until 6:45 PM EDT today, (3:45 PM PDT ) we have the “all clear” to shop and do business. The Moon is in Sagittarius. Aries (March 21-April 19) Work-related travel will be a positive experience for you today. In fact, anything related to your job will be upbeat… ... more
    Nationalpost -Life4 days ago
  • NDP’s Jagmeet Singh formally announces run in B.C.’s Bur...
    VANCOUVER — Federal New Democratic Party Leader Jagmeet Singh will run in an upcoming byelection in British Columbia. A crowd cheered and clapped as Singh formally announced his nomination for the riding of Burnaby South at an event Saturday. Singh told them he wants to have a strategy that will… ... more
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  • Newfoundland’s Gros Morne Park officials encounters ‘los...
    GROS MORNE, N.L. — Nicknamed the “Jewel of Newfoundland,” Gros Morne National Park is known for its breathtaking views, particularly from Western Brook Pond, where a three-kilometre trail leads to an inland fiord with sheer cliffs that rise 600 metres from the water. The hike and boat tour, which attracted… ... more
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  • Newfoundland’s Gros Morne Park officials encounters ‘los...
    GROS MORNE, N.L. — Nicknamed the “Jewel of Newfoundland,” Gros Morne National Park is known for its breathtaking views, particularly from Western Brook Pond, where a three-kilometre trail leads to an inland fiord with sheer cliffs that rise 600 metres from the water. The hike and boat tour, which attracted… ... more
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  • Ottawa encounters surprising influx of bears as officials re...
    OTTAWA — High population density is a feature of most Group of Seven capitals — but Ottawa stands out among its international peers these days with an unusual demographic situation: a sudden influx of bears. Black bear sightings surged of late in Canada’s national capital region. Conservation officials say they’ve… ... more
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  • Ottawa encounters surprising influx of bears as officials re...
    OTTAWA — High population density is a feature of most Group of Seven capitals — but Ottawa stands out among its international peers these days with an unusual demographic situation: a sudden influx of bears. Black bear sightings surged of late in Canada’s national capital region. Conservation officials say they’ve… ... more
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  • Five questions with federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh
    “I knew it was going to be a tough job and I think that anything important, anything that’s meaningful is going to take hard work.” ... more
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  • Five questions with federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh
    “I knew it was going to be a tough job and I think that anything important, anything that’s meaningful is going to take hard work.” ... more
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