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In a bid to create a safe and secure way for sources and whistle-blowers to communicate with us, The Globe and Mail has become the first Canadian media organization to launch a system known as SecureDrop:
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Raonic upset by Monfils in Rogers Cup quarter-final: Monfils topped Raonic 6-4, 6-4 on Friday
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Pope visits Auschwitz, says same horrors happening today in war zones: Francis said before the trip that he had decided to make no statement as silence was the best way to honour the dead
Francis said before the trip that he had decided to make no statement as silence was the best way to honour the dead
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Mathew 10:34 (evil imaginary Jesus says:) “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword. :35 For I have come to turn
a man against his father,
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Slowing economic growth lessens chance of September rate hike: The disappointing readings on Friday from Canada, the United States and Europe underscore concerns about the lacklustre pace of expansion
The disappointing readings on Friday from Canada, the United States and Europe underscore concerns about the lacklustre pace of expansion
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Circumstantial evidence can be enough in child porn cases: top court: Supreme Court of Canada rules Crown doesn’t have to disprove other possible reasons why child porn on accused’s computer
Supreme Court of Canada rules Crown doesn’t have to disprove other possible reasons why child porn on accused’s computer
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+Ruth Gendreau animal welfare, wild and livestock and domestic pet laws, once firmly then into the system as profiling for potential serial killers and criminal organization doing animal fighting. so it's really about re-aligning the legistation to keep the spheres separate. 
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Russian weightlifters banned from Rio Olympics for doping: The IWF said Friday the multiple cases of doping by Russian weightlifters have ‘seriously damaged’ the integrity of the sport
The IWF said Friday the multiple cases of doping by Russian weightlifters have ‘seriously damaged’ the integrity of the sport
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+Shawn E canada will be one of the last countries able to host the winter games and across the nation, there's enough infrastructure to spread it around. they should be corporate games, not nations and part of political posturing.
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Liberal authorizations for Site C dam draw criticism: Just two months after federal government officials got a standing ovation at the United Nations for embracing a declaration on indigenous rights, the Liberals are facing criticism for issuing authorizations for Site C – a massive dam in northeast ...
Just two months after federal government officials got a standing ovation at the United Nations for embracing a declaration on indigenous rights, the Liberals are facing criticism for issuing authorizations for Site C – a massive dam in northeast ...
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Edmonton mayor laments slow progress on bike lanes: ‘I agree with the folks who say that the city is way behind,’ Iveson says of a mindset stubbornly tied to cars for getting around
‘I agree with the folks who say that the city is way behind,’ Iveson says of a mindset stubbornly tied to cars for getting around
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Clinton campaign also hacked in attacks on Democrats: sources: Latest attack follows reported hacks on Democratic National Committee and a party fundraising committee
Latest attack follows reported hacks on Democratic National Committee and a party fundraising committee
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Australian team evacuates their building in Olympic Village due to fire: The fire, which filled the stairwells of the building with smoke, caused no injuries and the team was back in the building after around half an hour, a team spokesman said
The fire, which filled the stairwells of the building with smoke, caused no injuries and the team was back in the building after around half an hour, a team spokesman said
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Pathetic start to what promises to be the worst Olympics yet!
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Brazil’s Lula to stand trial for obstruction of justice: Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was previously under investigation in corruption trial
Former Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva was previously under investigation in corruption trial
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Funeral held for Somali-Canadian man who died after encounter with police: Abdirahman Abdi was taken down by police officers on a sidewalk following a disturbance call
Abdirahman Abdi was taken down by police officers on a sidewalk following a disturbance call
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