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A heavily kitted out Humvee — looking like something borrowed from the famed Desert Rats of the Second World War with its mounted .50-cal. machine gun...
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What it’s really like to be a Canadian special forces soldier

Bruce Campion-Smith

The Toronto Star and CTV News get an exclusive look at the facilities at Garrison Petawawa and how...

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Are you a ‘cognitive warrior?’ Canada’s special forces want you

Canada’s special forces are looking for new members, but prepare to be tested — physically and mentally

OurWindsor.Ca | by Bruce Campion-Smith
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At least 6 stabbed outside California Capitol

At least 6 stabbed outside California Capitol

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Sam Thomas

Bringing a lost art back to life

Samuel Thomas has made a career of finding a lost art.

Brant News | by Victoria Gray
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Canadian woman becomes Iceland's first lady

Ontario woman becomes Iceland's first lady after husband win's election

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WONDERLAND

How Canada’s Wonderland got built despite heated debates

There was much opposition to Canada’s Wonderland’s creation, but after 35 years it is one of North America’s top amusement...

Hamilton Spectator | by Janice Bradbeer
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Hajdu starts talks on gender-based violence

Online harassment could be included in federal strategy on gender-based violence

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Syrian refugee and Edmonton teacher pen novel

Syrian refugee student, Edmonton teacher find a novel in his experience

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CN Tower in '74

The man who perched high above Toronto, building the CN Tower

Larry Porter was one of the 1,537 workers who toiled on the tower, and was photographed up on a beam in 1974.

City Centre Mirror | by Evelyn Kwong
Jun 24, 2016

Postal workers fear Canada Post lockout July 2, union rep says

Residents and business owners should brace for no mail delivery as early as the end of next week, according to a union leader who fears Canada Post could lock out unionized workers on July 2. “Canadian Union of Postal Workers locals across the...

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