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Government not doing enough on violence near Canadian-owned mines: Report

The report, by the Justice and Corporate Accountability Project, documents 15 years of violence and...



Why security shouldn’t be left to security services

Michelle Shephard, who spent year tracking Daesh’s foreign members — “Generation 9/11” — analyzes...



Liberals taking a gamble by reversing election promises: Paul Wells

New Liberal platform includes higher immigration, more foreign investment. It's not what Canadians...



Liberals, opposition still hopeful on electoral reform compromise

Prime Minister Trudeau’s comments caused anxiety among advocates for a new voting system, but...



Insurance veteran to be new head of OLG

An insurance industry titan will chair the board of Ontario’s gambling agency



The perils of the government’s promised infrastructure bank: Wells

The Trudeau government hopes to woo international investment funds looking for some kind of return....

Tim Hortons

Daniel Schwartz, head of Restaurant Brands International Inc., which owns Tim Hortons, says political turmoil overseas won't affect plans to expand Tim Hortons into new markets. His comments come as RBI reported a bump in profits for the third quarter.


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles during a campaign rally at the Delaware County Fair, Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016, in Delaware, Ohio. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Stolen Jesus head returned to Sudbury church-Image1

A statue is shown outside Ste. Anne des Pins parish in Sudbury, Ont., on Thursday Oct. 20, 2016. The missing head of a statue of baby Jesus has been returned, and the bright orange clay head that replaced it has been removed. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Gino Donato

Transportation gaps keep seniors driving too long: study

Kathleen Willing, 79, still drives, uses transit, and even rides her bike two or three times a week. But her husband had to give up driving, and she says it wasn't an easy conversation to have.

Eva Ottawa

As former grand chief of northern Quebec’s Atikamekw First Nation, Eva Ottawa is well placed to fight for gender equality in Quebec.


The Ontario government has started privatizing alcohol sales, with some 60 grocery stores already selling beer and cider. By the end of the month, as many as 70 stores will be selling wine, beer and cider.

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