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Families of victims in Bruce McArthur case struggle with mixture of grief, confusion and frustration

The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. Families of victims in Bruce McArthur case struggle with mixture of grief, confusion and…

Friday, Jun 22

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Premarket: Stocks set for worst week in three months on trade war worries

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World shares rose on Friday but were set to end a second week lower amid intensifying worries over the fallout of a trade dispute resulting from U.S. tariffs, while oil prices were higher ahead of an OPEC meeting later in the day. The MSCI…

Thursday, Jun 21

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Ottawa renews equalization formula to remain in current form to 2024

Ottawa has quietly renewed the equalization formula to keep its current form to 2024, a move it said it clearly communicated to the provinces and territories but seems to have caught those looking for changes to the sometimes contentious…

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Veteran quarterback Ricky Ray still feels the sting of his 2002 Grey Cup defeat

Ricky Ray has won more Grey Cups than any starting quarterback, but he still feels the sting from the one that got away. Ray led the Edmonton Eskimos to a Grey Cup appearance in 2002, his rookie season. He began the year third on the depth…

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Who’s buying Toronto’s 325 sq. ft. condos?

The studio-sized condo may be the most affordable type available and a staple of the investor market, but it’s an increasingly endangered species. Of the record 32,000 preconstruction condos brought to market in 2017, only 425, or 1.3 per…

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The Prince and the Pauper: 376,700 Canadians own $1.6-trillion, and the rest of us owe a heap

The top-line numbers in two recent reports tell an interesting story. The first report looks at the growing number of Canadians with a growing amount of wealth, the second at how much the masses owe their lenders. The total wealth of the…

Why Canadian CEO pay has soared over the past decade

The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. Executive Compensation. Why Canadian CEO pay has soared over the past decade. Janet McFarland…

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Heavy rains cause flooding in areas of Texas hit hard by Hurricane Harvey

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Heavy rains along the Texas coast have caused flooding in areas that were hit hard by Hurricane Harvey less than a year ago. National Weather Service meteorologist Tyler Castillo said Wednesday that since Tuesday, rain of 5 to 10 inches …

Wednesday, Jun 20

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Federal NDP has trouble raising cash as it prepares for the 2019 election

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The federal New Democrats face a number of political challenges as they prepare for an election that is now a year and a half away. But a top issue is money: They don’t have much. Still crawling out of debt after the 2015 vote, the NDP is…

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Divers search Indonesian lake for 192 missing after ferry disaster

Distraught relatives slammed Indonesia’s government for not enforcing basic safety measures on passenger boats and pleaded Wednesday for a bigger search effort for more than 190 people presumed drowned after a ferry sank on a picturesque…

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Wednesday's analyst upgrades and downgrades

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Inside the Market's roundup of some of today's key analyst actions. In reaction to the sharp sell-off following the announcement of its proposed $2.8-billion merger with Raging River Exploration Inc. (RRX-T), Desjardins Securities analyst…

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Asylum seekers held in Oregon prison search for answers about their families’ whereabouts

More than 100 asylum seekers are being held inside a federal men’s prison in rural Oregon, many of them separated from their families and denied legal counsel and access to medical care for their injuries, according to civil rights…

EU to hit US imports in response to Trump tariffs

The European Union will begin charging import duties of 25 per cent on a range of U.S. products on Friday, in response to U.S tariffs imposed on EU steel and aluminium early this month, the European Commission said on Wednesday. The move…

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Cannabis legalization: What is your province or territory doing? A guide

The clock is ticking. Legal recreational marijuana is expected to be a reality in Canada this year. In a historic vote on June 19, the Senate passed the Cannabis Act, which ended a century-old prohibition of the drug. The Trudeau…

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Dated Toronto bungalow grabs attention with under-$1-million asking price

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1 Ronan Ave., Toronto. Asking price: $998,000. Story continues below advertisement. Selling price: $1,250,000. Previous selling price: $257,500 (1996). Taxes: $5,144 (2017). Days on the market: Seven. Listing agents: Paul MacMillan and…

Tuesday, Jun 19

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Faceoff: Toyota RAV4 vs. Honda CR-V

It's the constant dilemma for buyers who want a capable and proven SUV, with the fabled reliability and resale values of both Toyota and Honda. The two are equally sensible choices for sensible people, after all, with hardly any risk…

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IMCO hires pension management veteran Jean Michel as new CIO

Investment Management Corp. of Ontario has found a chief investment officer to kick-start its asset management program as it prepares to court new clients. For nearly a year, the Toronto-based investment manager for public sector clients…

Monday, Jun 18

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There's still promise in pipeline stocks

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You can't call it a rally yet, but beaten-up Canadian pipeline stocks are stirring from recent lows. Perhaps investors are discovering that hefty dividends and low valuations are hard to ignore. TransCanada Corp. has risen nearly 10 per…

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Monday's analyst upgrades and downgrades

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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. Monday's analyst upgrades and downgrades. David Leeder. Published June 18, 2018 Updated June…

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Brazil: Another South American failure in the making

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It is a testament to the predictability of World Cup prognostications that Brazil is always a favourite. Even if Brazil has not actually looked anything like a potential World Cup champion since 2002. In part, it's nostalgia and longing.…

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California, Quebec close carbon market to Ontario

The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. California, Quebec close carbon market to Ontario. Shawn McCarthy Global Energy Reporter.…

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Introhive poised to be New Brunswick's next startup star

Seven years after social-media monitoring firm Radian6 put Fredericton on the technology map by selling out to Salesforce.com for US$326-million, the pretty provincial capital has another hometown contender hoping for a repeat success in…

Sunday, Jun 17

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Canada to get its first university in the Arctic this fall, with more maybe to follow

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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. Canada to get its first university in the Arctic this fall, with more maybe to follow. Bob…

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Jonathon Jennings leads B.C. Lions over Montreal Alouettes 22-10 to open CFL season

Jonathon Jennings did not let an off-season of critical self-assessment go to waste Saturday night. Jennings rebounded from a disappointing 2017 campaign and a winter of reflection as he completed 20 of 24 passes for 183 yards and two…

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Storage wars move upscale with on-demand delivery

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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. Storage wars move upscale with on-demand delivery. Shane Dingman. Toronto. Published June 17,…

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I am considering a Mercedes 250 CLA Coupe. What are the options?

I drive a 2014 Porsche Cayman, which was a splurge in June 2013 when I had a windfall. I love it but am irritated by the higher cost of oil changes and other maintenance, and now that it is beyond the warranty (I didn't buy an extended one…

Saturday, Jun 16

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Water-powered brush takes on your vehicle's fussy spots

The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. Privacy Policy · Terms & Conditions. Gadget. Water-powered brush takes on your vehicle's fussy spots. Joanne Elves. Special to The…

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June 16: Your daily horoscope

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A Mercury-Saturn link on your birthday means you will take a more serious approach to life over the coming 12 months. Yes, of course, you will still find time to party, but you can no longer ignore the fact that the world needs you to do…

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China hits US with tariffs on $34-billion list of goods, including soybeans, electric cars, salmon

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China fired back Saturday in a spiralling trade dispute with U.S. President Donald Trump by raising import duties on a $34-billion list of American goods including soybeans, electric cars and whisky. The government said it was responding…

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Canadian scientists among those intensifying search for new particles

What do you do if 10 quadrillion high-energy collisions in the world's largest particle accelerator fail to reveal any new truths about the nature of reality? The answer: Revamp your machine and go for 10 times that number. In a nutshell,…