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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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Globe editorial: In Alberta, will conservative unity spell conservative victory?: The math behind the PC-Wildrose merger is obvious, but everything else about the new party is profoundly uncertain. What does it stand for? Who will lead it? And most importantly: Who will follow it?

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Toronto should hold firm, say no to more casinos: The city should resist the lure of easy money and the reasons to oppose a casino build-out are the same now as they were in 2013

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What Canada should fight for at NAFTA talks: Andrei Sulzenko is a former Canadian trade negotiator and is currently executive fellow at the School of Public Policy, University of Calgary.

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Democracy is at stake in Poland. Why are we silent?: Canada should lend its voice to the millions of Poles who do not want to turn back the clock to authoritarian rule

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Alberta’s UCP will reveal the potential – and the pratfall – of mergers: Political mergers are fraught with existential crises, conflicts between strong personalities, and guilt associated with abandoning the party that members have supported for years

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Politics Briefing newsletter: The dawn of Alberta’s United Conservative Party; Canada’s citizenship exam gets a draft rewrite: Also: ‘Vive le Québec libre,’ 50 years later

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John Doyle: Room 104 and Midnight, Texas represent the best and worst of TV horror: While NBC’s Midnight, Texas is bloated, expensively mad nonsense, HBO’s Room 104 is a testament to the power of storytelling even when confined to an extremely limited space

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Morning Update: Canada falters on biodiversity; aid for First Nation; Alberta right-wing unity test begins: Also: Privatizing Ontario gambling; new risks for Trump

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Some journalists celebrate Press Freedom Day in prisons, courtrooms and exile: The irony: July 24 is the anniversary of lifting of censorship in Turkey, commemorated since 1908 as Press Freedom Day. This year, we have ‘Struggle for Press Freedom Day’ as we are on trial for crimes defined by Erdogan
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