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Monday, Jul 16

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Death rates from heart failure higher for women than men, study says

For years, health experts have struggled to challenge the perception of heart failure as a man's disease and raise awareness of its disproportionate impact on women. A new study signals there's more work to be done. The researchers…

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Will over-regulation of cannabis help sustain the black market?

With the legalization of cannabis, the Government of Canada has a range of objectives: protecting children and youth by limiting their exposure and access to cannabis; protecting adult consumers by establishing a secure and high-quality…

Sunday, Jul 15

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Entrepreneurs, watch out for these four new tax traps

Recent changes in tax law in Canada and south of the border could bring unexpected expenses for small-business owners. Here's what you need to know. The Wayfair decision could make stateside selling more complicated. A recent U.S. Supreme…

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Immigration critics urge Liberals to come up with answers on asylum issue

The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. Immigration critics urge Liberals to come up with answers on asylum issue. Janice Dickson.…

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LNG project in BC to hire mainly Canadian workers for $40-billion terminal construction

LNG Canada will hire primarily Canadian workers to build a planned terminal to export liquefied natural gas from Kitimat, B.C., newly released briefing notes for B.C.'s NDP minority government show. The employment strategy is in sharp…

Saturday, Jul 14

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July 14: Your daily horoscope

There is good and bad in everyone and if you keep that fact in mind over the coming 12 months you will find it easy to forgive and forget. Why is that important? Because the best way to reach your goals is to stay emotionally balanced at…

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Seniors in Toronto community housing say they are victims of crime, harassment as younger tenants transferred in

On a humid afternoon, three older tenants linger at the entrance of Sunrise Towers, a Toronto Community Housing senior's complex on Victoria Park Avenue, trading war stories. Manzure Khan, a slight 87-year-old, tells how a drug dealer…

Friday, Jul 13

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Seeing gun violence up close, we know there are no easy answers

Hasanatu Barrie and HuSainatu Barrie are recent graduates of Toronto's Westview Centennial Secondary School and will be attending university in the fall. Jamil Jivani is a lawyer and the author of Why Young Men: Rage, Race and the Crisis…

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Are you a leader or a manager?

Consultant, Experion Group. I'm a big fan of Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner, world-renowned authors who write about leadership. They say anyone can be a leader. It begins with a choice and continues through learnable practices, one of which…

US lifts ban on high-tech suppliers selling to China's ZTE

The U.S. Department of Commerce on Friday lifted a ban on U.S. companies selling goods to ZTE Corp , allowing China's second-largest telecommunications equipment maker to resume business. The Commerce Department removed the ban shortly…

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Another view of Bank of Canada rate hikes: A $10-billion hit to incomes

Here's another way to look at the Bank of Canada's interest-rate hikes over the last year: A $10-billion hit to incomes. You can look at it another way, too: That's equal to a 1-per-cent pay cut. Those calculations from David Rosenberg,…

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $4.7-billion in talc cancer case

Johnson & Johnson fell after a jury ordered the company to pay $4.69 billion to women who claimed asbestos in the company's talc products caused them to develop ovarian cancer, marking the sixth-largest product-defect verdict in U.S.…

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Kinder Morgan to pay $325-million in capital gains on Trans Mountain pipeline assets

Kinder Morgan Canada Ltd. will pay $325-million in capital gains on the Trans Mountain pipeline assets it is selling to the federal government, somewhat offsetting the $4.175-billion cost, according t...

Thursday, Jul 12

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Greater Toronto Area condo rental rates shoot up another 11.2 per cent

Rents continues their rapid rise in Toronto-area condominium leases in the second quarter of 2018, according to new data from analysts at Urbanation Inc. Urbanation calculates that for an average-size...

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Heirs can access Facebook accounts of deceased relatives, German court rules

Heirs in Germany have the right to access the Facebook accounts of their deceased relatives, a court said in a landmark privacy ruling on Thursday, saying a social media account can be inherited in the same way as letters. The Federal…

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Report on Small Business Newsletter: Kitchener startup helps small business owners unplug from work

Kitchener startup OpenPhone helps small business owners unplug from work. A pair of Kitchener, Ont.-based entrepreneurs are trying to give smartphone-dependent small-business owners some much-needed work-life balance with their OpenPhone .…

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Politics Briefing: Trump declares victory at NATO

Good morning,. Donald Trump has declared victory at the NATO summit. “We have a very powerful, very strong NATO, much stronger than it was two days ago,” the U.S. President said at the end of the two-day meeting of leaders in the military…

U.S. reopens probe into 1955 death of black teen Emmett Till

The federal government has reopened its investigation into the slaying of Emmett Till, the black teenager whose brutal killing in Mississippi shocked the world and helped inspire the civil rights move...

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Liberal promise to set strict rules for unpaid interns pushed to 2019

Justin Trudeau's Liberals won't make good on their vow to crack down on unpaid internships until next year — almost four years after the issue first landed on the federal government's agenda. In the 2017 budget, the Liberals promised to…

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Beating the Trump card: How to stand up to a bully in negotiations

Negotiations, we are frequently told, must be win-win. But for Donald Trump, they are solely about him winning. The U.S. President is a classic, competitive negotiator with a brash New York flair. Most Canadians dislike him, particularly…

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Vatican opens door to apology for Catholic Church's role in residential schools

The Vatican's ambassador to Canada says Pope Francis is opening the door to an apology to the country's Indigenous people for the abuse of children at Catholic-run Indian residential schools. A papal apology was one of the calls to action…

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As Trump amps up trade war, China plays nice with foreign investors

Long accused of protectionist tactics that make it a difficult place for foreign firms to operate, China is trying to reverse that narrative amid an escalating trade war with the United States, green-lighting huge investments and…

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Seller, firm on price of Rosedale condo, fares better in spring market

25 Scrivener Square, No. 807, Toronto. Asking price: $859,000. Selling price: $1,107,000. Story continues below advertisement. Previous selling prices: $527,000 (2008); $266,080 (2004). Taxes: $4,519 (2017). Days on the market: Six.…

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Tim Hortons plans 1,500-store China expansion

Tim Hortons is betting that the iconic Canadian brand will resonate in China, as the coffee chain plans its biggest move yet in a two-year-old international expansion strategy that has seen it go to t...

Amid trade war, Bank of Canada fights the battle it knows best

The Bank of Canada looks prepared to fight a trade war the only way it knows how: by sticking with its focus on inflation to guide its rate decisions. But by its own admission, inflation could become a complicated target should the Canada…

Wednesday, Jul 11

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Taming the negativity factor in relationships

The Globe and Mail and Morneau Shepell have created the Employee Recommended Workplace Award to honour companies that put the health and well-being of their employees first. Read about the 2018 winners of the award at tgam.ca…

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NDP urge Trudeau to develop funding plan to help Greyhound

Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh is calling on the Liberal government to come up with a way to keep Greyhound buses on Canadian highways and servicing remote northern communities. In a letter to Justin Trudeau. Singh urges the prime…

Canadian dollar bounces, sinks as BoC speaks. (Oh, how like the loonie)

The Canadian dollar had a nice bounce after the Bank of Canada rate decision and monetary policy report today. And an equally nice fall when central bank officials began speaking. As The Globe and Mail's Barrie McKenna reports, central…

Improv class taught me to fail in an era of flawlessness

First Person is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. Story continues below advertisement. “It's times like these,” Teresa said, “when we need to take ourselves less…

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Tim Hortons to open 1,500 stores in China over next 10 years

Fast-food company Restaurant Brands International said on Wednesday it plans to open 1,500 outlets of its Canadian coffee-and-donut chain Tim Hortons in China over the next decade, capitalizing on a g...