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WSIB lifts lid on secret drug list for injured workers

The list of medications covered by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board is now accessible...

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‘Alternative facts’? Journalists from Venezuela to Turkey have ‘seen this movie before’

For watchdogs in countries that have slid away from democracy, the false claims and attacks on...

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Canada

Canada's ambassador to Beijing says openness to global trade is key

John McCallum praised last week’s speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping that promoted global...

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Loonie’s jump due to Trump, but it won’t last: Olive

As the chief hedge against crisis, gold of course thrives on the multitude of uncertainties plaguing...

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Trying to find some alternative facts? Look under the empty bleachers: Menon

Team Trump has already gone through the looking glass when it comes to the truth

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Bodies exhumed in Elizabeth Wettlaufer case-Image1

Elizabeth Wettlaufer is escorted from the courthouse in Woodstock, Ont., on Friday, Jan. 13, 2017. Police have exhumed two bodies as part of an ongoing murder investigation into the deaths of eight Ontario seniors who were allegedly killed by a former nurse. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Dave Chidley

Eleanor McMahon

Tourism Minister Eleanor McMahon launched Ontario's 150th anniversary celebrations with a concert at Yonge and Dundas Square.

Kevin O'Leary

Federal Conservative leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary has fired back in generalized fashion after Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne said he had his facts wrong on the province's auto sector.

Arlene Gallone

Arlene Gallone, a former federal prison inmate, is leading a class action lawsuit against the Correctional Service of Canada, alleging her rights were violated when she was held in solitary confinement on four occasions adding up to a total of nine months.

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Postmedia cutting 15 jobs at Citizen and Gazette

Postmedia laying off 15 positions at Ottawa Citizen and Montreal Gazette

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Canada

KXL: White House protest signals new fight

Keystone XL: Hundreds protest at White House, signalling upcoming pipeline fight

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Canada

Canada to run peacekeeping plan by U.S.

Feds push pause on peacekeeping decision amid uncertainty over Trump

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World

House passes bill to bar federal funds for abortion

House passes bill to bar federal funds for abortion

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Canada

Stand up to Trump on Keystone XL: Mulcair

Rejecting Keystone XL chance for Trudeau to stand up to Trump: Mulcair

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Business

TSX surges on Keystone XL news and higher oil

Canada's loonie rises against U.S. dollar, major stock indexes up

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Teen charged after Toronto school stabbing

15-year-old charged after Toronto school stabbing: police

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Greenpeace argues Resolute suit 'brute force'

Greenpeace argues Resolute racketeering suit 'brute force' intimidation

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