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Galchenyuk scores OT winner as Habs beat Sens, take 2-0 series lead: Alex Galchenyuk’s overtime winner puts Montreal in a good position as series shifts to Ottawa
Alex Galchenyuk’s overtime winner puts Montreal in a good position as series shifts to Ottawa
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Ontario considers expanded sex-reassignment surgery coverage: Activists and opposition express skepticism about Health Minister’s talk of addressing the LGBTQ community’s needs in near future
Activists and opposition express skepticism about Health Minister’s talk of addressing the LGBTQ community’s needs in near future
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Lol. They need to use all that rolling $$$ on the failing collapsing infrastructure. Homeless rounded up and put in camp for Pan Am games. So much BS and paid or threatened politicians and decision makers caught in compromised positions. House of cards
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Saddam deputy al-Douri, 'king of clubs', believed killed near Tikrit: It was not the first time Iraqi officials have claimed to have killed or captured al-Douri, DNA tests were underway to confirm whether a body recovered from fighting around the city of Tikrit was al-Douri’s
It was not the first time Iraqi officials have claimed to have killed or captured al-Douri, DNA tests were underway to confirm whether a body recovered from fighting around the city of Tikrit was al-Douri’s
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Four suspects face more than 100 charges in brazen Toronto shooting: Four men and one woman received gunshot wounds in Thursday night’s shooting
Four men and one woman received gunshot wounds in Thursday night’s shooting
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Federal budget to benefit seniors, including relaxation of RRIF rules: The Globe has learned that the Conservative budget will have a significant focus on addressing the concerns of seniors, a segment of the population that tends to be more politically engaged and is more likely to turn out at the…
The Globe has learned that the Conservative budget will have a significant focus on addressing the concerns of seniors, a segment of the population that tends to be more politically engaged and is more likely to turn out at the ballot box in the October federal election
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I spent 20 years in the Canadian military. Been to war to many times. I've seen good and bad budgets. My biug issue is the disrespect I now receive from the harper govermemt now that I'm a veteran. Four years of cuts too veteran affairs. Not carding about myself or any other vet. That is until now. As we all know the election is nearing. Now harper is offering us most of what he took. He thinks he can buy us off. It was only last year that this government told a judge that the Canadian goverment owes Veteran nothing. The same goverment that sent us to war so many times.
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Hydro One privatization was ‘not natural’ for Ontario Liberals, Clark says: Ex-TD CEO Ed Clark, who advised the Ontario government on the asset, notes Premier Wynne set restrictions on what panel could recommend
Ex-TD CEO Ed Clark, who advised the Ontario government on the asset, notes Premier Wynne set restrictions on what panel could recommend
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Clearly, it was obvious to previous PC governments derided for doing exactly what Wynne's spin doctors pontificate.
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CBC’s new Q has tough assignments, including erasing Ghomeshi memories: CBC arts show must shake Jian Ghomeshi scandal while maintaining reputation for engaging content solidified by ex-host
CBC arts show must shake Jian Ghomeshi scandal while maintaining reputation for engaging content solidified by ex-host
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This guy gets Marc Maron on his first day, I fear for him.
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Four members of British navy charged with sexual assault in Halifax: Men are alleged to have participated in a ‘group sexual assault’ in a barracks at CFB Shearwater, prosecutor says
Men are alleged to have participated in a ‘group sexual assault’ in a barracks at CFB Shearwater, prosecutor says
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Duffy paid journalist to combat ‘trolls’ online, trial told: A veteran journalist says he was not expecting to be paid for helping Mike Duffy combat “trolls” who were posting malicious things about the senator on the Internet
A veteran journalist says he was not expecting to be paid for helping Mike Duffy combat “trolls” who were posting malicious things about the senator on the Internet
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Wynne announces more trains, improved service in Toronto-region rail plan: $13.5-billion expansion of GO rail leaves little money for other regional transit projects
$13.5-billion expansion of GO rail leaves little money for other regional transit projects
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Federal budget to be balanced early, watchdog says: Federal finances are on track to return to surplus one year ahead of schedule but could also fall back into a string of deficits starting in 2017-18, according to a new report by the Parliamentary Budget Officer
Federal finances are on track to return to surplus one year ahead of schedule but could also fall back into a string of deficits starting in 2017-18, according to a new report by the Parliamentary Budget Officer
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