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Wekerle’s Difference Capital loses $25.9-million in Q4: Wekerle’s merchant bank takes massive writedown in WG Limited
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Take U.S. networks off Canadian airwaves, Bell Media urges: Lack of protection for program rights harms local content, says Kevin Crull
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Canadian among three charged for massive e-mail hack in U.S.: One is charged with hacking at least eight e-mail service providers and obtaining more than one billion e-mail addresses
One is charged with hacking at least eight e-mail service providers and obtaining more than one billion e-mail addresses
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British boy, 11, sent home for ‘Fifty Shades’ costume on World Book Day: Teachers at Sale High School in northwestern England deemed pupil’s suit – accessorized with cable ties and an eye mask – unacceptable
Teachers at Sale High School in northwestern England deemed pupil’s suit – accessorized with cable ties and an eye mask – unacceptable
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Islamic State reportedly razes ancient city as UN decries 'cultural cleansing': Meanwhile, Iraq is ramping up its offensive to retake Saddam Hussein's hometown from Islamic State
Meanwhile, Iraq is ramping up its offensive to retake Saddam Hussein's hometown from Islamic State
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Poloz sees evidence of ‘front-loaded’ oil shock: Central bank Governor says appearance that oil shock has hit economy sooner than expected justifies January decision to lower key rate to 0.75 per cent
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Harper called Egyptian president about Fahmy’s case, official says: Prime Minister Stephen Harper held a low-profile phone call last week with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi to discuss the case of Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy, an Egyptian government official says.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper held a low-profile phone call last week with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi to discuss the case of Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy, an Egyptian government official says.
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Ottawa offers new deal for thalidomide victims: Package includes a guarantee of $168-million in medical assistance to help survivors for the rest of their lives
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Wynne unveils action plan to halt sexual violence in Ontario: Premier Kathleen Wynne says the plan tries to change behaviours and challenge social norms, adding sexual violence is rooted in misogyny
Premier Kathleen Wynne says the plan tries to change behaviours and challenge social norms, adding sexual violence is rooted in misogyny
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Wind Mobile wins new licences at spectrum auction: Auction for AWS-3 airwaves raises total of $2.11-billion
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Austria won’t return famous Klimt painting to Jewish ex-owner’s heirs: Thirty-four-metre-long Beethoven Frieze is a homage to the German composer’s Ninth Symphony
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