Siblings with autism may have their own form of the disorder, study reveals

Valerie South works on a puzzle with her autisitic sons, Cameron and Thomas.

Siblings with autism may have their own form of the disorder, study reveals

The new study is the first wave of a massive project to sequence 10,000 whole genomes of people with autism

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Stephen Harper says jihadist terrorism 'seeks to harm us here'

Prime Minister Stephen Harper, in a speech to party loyalists at a suburban Ottawa high school Sunday, signalled that security and the economy will be the priorities when Parliament returns Monday.

Stephen Harper says jihadist terrorism 'seeks to harm us here'

With his government ready to unveil anti-terror legislation Friday, the prime minister stressed the present threat of violent extremism in...

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Trudeau’s position on C-290 riles MP Masse

Windsor West MP Brian Masse

Trudeau’s position on C-290 riles MP Masse

Windsor-West MP Brian Masse expressed shock following Federal Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s comments about Bill C2-90.

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Homeware giant Umbra continues to adapt

Design giant Umbra marks its 35th anniversary with a “reinvented” flagship store at Queen and John Sts. Co-founders Les Mandelbaum, left, and Paul Rowan are pictured at the store.

Homeware giant Umbra continues to adapt

The Toronto-based company is refocusing its flagship downtown store while also expanding gift offerings to keep up with the times

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OT workers finally get a break

CAMI plant union chair Mike Van Boekel says a new OT program has 'gone down huge' with workers who have never before been able to choose between overtime pay and time in lieu.

OT workers finally get a break

New CAMI program hopes to set a standard for workplace flexibility in the auto industry

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Maverick Conservative MP Michael Chong fights to reform Parliament

Conservative MP Michael Chong, a political junkie since his teens, says gratitude for the opportunities Canada offered his immigrant parents drove his decision to get involved in public life.

Maverick Conservative MP Michael Chong fights to reform Parliament

A throwback to the time his party was called Progressive Conservative, Michael Chong wants to curb the PMO’s clout and empower MPs

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Deportations of criminals down under Ottawa's fast-ouster scheme

Manuel Rieaz Mohamed, now 21, immigrated to Canada from Guyana when he was 3. His family put off applying for citizenship because of the cost, so he never became a citizen. He now faces deportation to Guyana.

Deportations of criminals down under Ottawa's fast-ouster scheme

Fewer immigrants convicted of crimes are facing revocation of their permanent residency, and the number of removals has dropped

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Ottawa’s IT wing faces more delays in secure network project

A project to switch federal departments and agencies to a unified secure network has been delayed another year. Federal bureaucrats have warned the existing system leaves the government vulnerable to cyberattacks.

Ottawa’s IT wing faces more delays in secure network project

Shared Services Canada pushes back project to replace existing system another year, citing a lack of resources and issues with federal...

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