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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:
Newspaper is the first Canadian media organization to use a system called SecureDrop, which creates a channel for anonymous and encrypted Internet communications
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Rice farming in Ontario lake sparks fight over treaty and property rights: Growing of traditional grain on Pigeon Lake has resulted in a dispute between property owners and First Nations communities
Growing of traditional grain on Pigeon Lake has resulted in a dispute between property owners and First Nations communities
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This is not an easy one to figure out but I'm with the First Nations; I would think their treaty rights supersede other people's property rights.
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Customers annoyed after Air Canada cancels deal caused by computer glitch: Flight Pass deal that really was too good to be true leaves some fliers disgruntled
Flight Pass deal that really was too good to be true leaves some fliers disgruntled
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Florida governor declares state of emergency as Tropical Storm Erika nears: The storm, which has killed at least 4 people in Dominica, could hit Florida on Monday
The storm, which has killed at least 4 people in Dominica, could hit Florida on Monday
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Construction at Eastern Power plant shut down over safety concerns: The Green Electron plant is being built near Sarnia, Ont. to replace a Mississauga facility that was cancelled by the Liberals as part of the billion-dollar gas plant scandal that has dogged Ontario’s government for years
The Green Electron plant is being built near Sarnia, Ont. to replace a Mississauga facility that was cancelled by the Liberals as part of the billion-dollar gas plant scandal that has dogged Ontario’s government for years
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Ashley Madison CEO Noel Biderman steps down after hack: Leaving Avid Life Media Inc. as part of a ‘mutual agreement’ with the company
Leaving Avid Life Media Inc. as part of a ‘mutual agreement’ with the company
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You can make big bucks selling lies.
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Kenney ‘not made aware’ of Iraq air strike allegations against Canadian fighter pilots: Defence minister apparently kept out of the loop by military over the alleged casualties
Defence minister apparently kept out of the loop by military over the alleged casualties
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It's obvious. The info must have went though the PMOs office. They don't know anything that's going on. Just ask anyone of them
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Calgary air-quality expert on the dangers posed by U.S., B.C. wildfires: Mandeep Dhaliwal with the Calgary Region Airshed Zone explains that pollutions levels have shot up to levels worse than those seen in Beijing and New Delhi this week due to faraway fires
Mandeep Dhaliwal with the Calgary Region Airshed Zone explains that pollutions levels have shot up to levels worse than those seen in Beijing and New Delhi this week due to faraway fires
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‘Harperman’ singer suspended, investigated for alleged conflict of interest: Tony Turner, a scientist with Environment Canada, has been suspended with pay over allegations that his participation in his song Harperman puts him in a conflict of interest as a public servant
Tony Turner, a scientist with Environment Canada, has been suspended with pay over allegations that his participation in his song Harperman puts him in a conflict of interest as a public servant
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“[carry] out their duties in accordance with legislation, policies and directives in a non-partisan and impartial manner.” 

So was he on duty when he sang that song or was he on his personal time?
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Deputy Ontario PC leader Christine Elliott resigns as MPP: Elliott, the widow of former federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, lost the race for the leadership of the province’s Conservative party to Patrick Brown last May
Elliott, the widow of former federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, lost the race for the leadership of the province’s Conservative party to Patrick Brown last May
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She's scary looking. Like some evil witch from the movies or something. Skeeeeerrryy!
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Harper government ran $5-billion surplus over first quarter: Finance Canada: For the first three months of the fiscal year that began April 1, Ottawa ran a surplus of $5-billion, up from a surplus of $424-million during the same three months in the previous fiscal year
For the first three months of the fiscal year that began April 1, Ottawa ran a surplus of $5-billion, up from a surplus of $424-million during the same three months in the previous fiscal year
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We have a $5 billion surplus! Great! Then you can give it back to everybody you took it from to get to that $5 billion surplus.
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Hillary Rodham Clinton likens Republicans’ ‘extreme’ views on women to those of terrorists: Clinton, seeking to become the first woman to win the White House, said she took it “a little personal when they go after women,” pointing to Republican efforts to cut access to women’s health centres and…
Clinton, seeking to become the first woman to win the White House, said she took it “a little personal when they go after women,” pointing to Republican efforts to cut access to women’s health centres and opposition to abortion rights
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+Ragnar Lothbrok Don't worry kitty boo hoo, it's just another excuse for Republicans to kowtow to extremists. 
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