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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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SCC resource decisions do not put blind faith in the NEB: The Trudeau government can choose to treat these Supreme Court decisions as a blueprint for helping industry through the regulatory process. Or it can embrace the spirit of these decisions, which urge the government to pursue a path of reconciliation with Canada’s Indigenous peoples

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First they came for trans Americans. Who will be next?: Make no mistake - the President’s attacks on trans soldiers and more broadly, LGBT Americans, is no distraction: it’s the persecutory logic of an autocrat

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Don’t pity Jeff Sessions: It’s good if he goes: On the policy side, the Attorney General is one of the most retrograde at the Trump table

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How helping your adult kids financially became the new normal: The growing trend of parents giving their adult children money is mostly a reflection of our economy, notably the expensive housing market

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How director John Woo changed Hollywood’s history of violence: Without Hong Kong filmmaker, over-the-top action and cutesy winks at the audience would not have become recipes of modern action cinema

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Politics Briefing: Supreme Court rules Indigenous people have no veto over resource projects; Trump to ban transgender people from U.S. military: Also: Low-cost daycare could add billions to government revenue

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Kelly: Eugenie Bouchard has become a poor competitor, but she remains fearless: Divisive player has struggled to find the game that once had her in the top 10, but she keeps going out on the court regardless

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Morning Update: Canadian soldier who died by suicide to be honoured; Tories upset about Rolling Stone cover: Also: Where Canada stands on transgender people serving in the military; the NEB’s duty to consult

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Stopping the opioid epidemic means smarter prescribing: Careless dispensing of opioids from pharmacies requires careless prescribing by physicians who have clearly not understood the safety concerns with opioid drugs and the potential for abuse
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