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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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Toronto request to shut down Uber dismissed in court: Judge says city failed to prove that popuar ride-sharing company has violated any bylaws and questions whether the rules themselves have been sufficiently developed
Judge says city failed to prove that popuar ride-sharing company has violated any bylaws and questions whether the rules themselves have been sufficiently developed
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+Jason Dywelska sure insurance companies in Ontario will rise to the challenge. They will find new ways to increase rates for Uber drivers or nullify insurance for not reporting it.
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Ontario gives $1-million to children’s environmental group: The funding will be used to bring Earth Rangers’ school-wide assembly program, which goes to elementary schools across Ontario, to 150 additional elementary schools every year.
The funding will be used to bring Earth Rangers’ school-wide assembly program, which goes to elementary schools across Ontario, to 150 additional elementary schools every year.
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don't for get our children in this county usa , there a lot of them , we
tack care every one in the world but we don't tack care of our own ,there
is a old saying tack care of your own be for anyone eies
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Woman seriously injured after explosion at Winnipeg law firm: Police say they were called to the Petersen King law office in south-central Winnipeg mid-morning
Police say they were called to the Petersen King law office in south-central Winnipeg mid-morning
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Vancouver’s detached home prices at record high as demand soars: Average price of a single-family detached home in Greater Vancouver jumped 20% in June
Average price of a single-family detached home in Greater Vancouver jumped 20% in June
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Canadian spies relied on ‘assurances’ from foreign agencies not to torture: Human rights advocates say ‘assurances’ not to torture shirks the law and puts vulnerable detainees at risk
Human rights advocates say ‘assurances’ not to torture shirks the law and puts vulnerable detainees at risk
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Loblaw union delays strike after receiving new offer: The strike deadline for 60 stores in Ontario has been moved to July 11 from July 5 in order to give members time to examine the new offer
The strike deadline for 60 stores in Ontario has been moved to July 11 from July 5 in order to give members time to examine the new offer
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Government defends strict voter ID restrictions in court: Advocacy groups says Fair Elections Act requirements could making casting ballots more difficult for certain groups
Advocacy groups says Fair Elections Act requirements could making casting ballots more difficult for certain groups
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How can you "live" in the country, be a valid citizen and not have ID? Need it for doctor, government assistance, driving, applying for work and the odd time for banking, buying booze, smokes or getting into events.

You move, don't update your information then don't blame the process. Voter card, proof of address may be an issue for some but likely not voting or learning realities of life for first time. Exception being students in Québec when PQ running things.

Lawyers will always find disenfranchised, inconvenienced people to start a crusade. Regardless of rules that work for the majority. Moved 3 times in two years, always wound up with license, provincial ID and Federal info reflecting correct address.
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WestJet grapples with PR challenges in wake of bomb threats: Airline so far appears to be handling situation well, observers say – even finding sympathetic support among passengers
Airline so far appears to be handling situation well, observers say – even finding sympathetic support among passengers
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sorry re about this , but i still stuck on 9/11 , how in gods name did them
jet took over the control tower over the USA sky
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Oliver predicts Canada’s shrinking economy will avoid recession: Finance Minister sees indications that consumers and manufacturers are more optimistic
Finance Minister sees indications that consumers and manufacturers are more optimistic
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All I need is a well paid Swami making predictions. I predict many will be buying new smartphones and throwing out smartphones because of simple updates or a dying battery. Teleco will be enjoying this optimistic hero.
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Raonic’s run at Wimbledon ends in third-round upset: Australian Nick Kyrgios takes matchup of big-serving youngsters
Australian Nick Kyrgios takes matchup of big-serving youngsters
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Flights delayed, cancelled at Pearson airport due to labour disruption: The problems are due to a labour disruption between a refuelling company and some airlines
The problems are due to a labour disruption between a refuelling company and some airlines
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Hopefully there's no future delays at the gas pumps after pumping up all week. 
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