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5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

    Losing weight can have a lot of side effects that are pretty cool. For some people, it sends diabetes into remission....

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Brian Beamish

Information and Privacy Commissioner Brian Beamish is asking that charges be laid in yet another instance of snooping through private medical records.

Privacy commissioner calls for prosecution of third snooping case

New figures show health privacy breaches are on the rise in Ontario as Brian Beamish recommends prosecuting another incident

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Foodland Ontario ad

To promote agricultural products, a Foodland Ontario ad used the concept of foods on a conveyor belt. But the auditor general took issue with too much red, which is the official Liberal party colour.

Ontario auditor general, opposition warn about leeway in revised advertising act

Ontario government still trying to slip partisan advertising past taxpayers despite amendment to bill, critics say

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Teacher strike

High school teachers, shown walking the picket line in Mississauga on Monday, are now the subject of back to work legislation.

High school teacher strikes in Durham, Peel and Sudbury declared illegal

Ontario Labour Relations board issues ruling on legality of strikes in three boards as back-to-work legislation being debated in the...

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Senate Speaker Leo Housakos speaks with the media in the Foyer of the Senate on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, Tuesday, May 26, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Senate audit disputes to be settled by retired Supreme Court judge

Senators who disagree with the auditor general over their expenses can now take it up with Ian Binnie, a retired Supreme Court justice

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Air Canada Rouge

Air Canada Rouge, the airline’s discount carrier, is moving to ensure that the coveted middle seat stays vacant, by creating business class seats in a two-by-two configuration on its narrow-body A319 aircraft.

Air Canada Rouge to add premium class to flights

Both Air Canada Rouge and WestJet are moving to leave the middle seat empty -- in hopes of luring customers who want more space and are...

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Adrienne Batra

Adrienne Batra, a familiar face from the early years of the Ford administration, left the mayor’s office in 2011.

Former Rob Ford press secretary to lead the Toronto Sun

Adrienne Batra was a familiar face in the Rob Ford administration before leaving the mayor’s office in 2011

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Finance Minister Joe Oliver answers a question during Question Period in the House of Commons in Ottawa on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld

Conservatives willing to ‘consult’ on voluntary CPP expansion

After months of rejecting calls to expand the Canadian Pension Plan, Finance Minister Joe Oliver says feds will consult on “voluntary”...

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Ontario offers supports for condo owners

CP exclusive: Ontario updates condo Act, lowers cost of dispute resolution

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School strikes end, students return to class

Thousands of students to return to school after teacher strikes ruled illegal

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Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

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3 high school teacher strikes ruled illegal

Wynne open to changing teacher bargaining process once negotiations over

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Rob Ford released from hospital after surgery

Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford released from hospital after cancer surgery

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Drever sorry for 'flippant attempt at humour'

Alberta politician sorry for controversial photo, plans to stay on the job

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Auditor not satisfied with ad rule changes

Ontario changing partisan ad rules after warnings from auditor general

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Stephen Harper defangs another watchdog

By reappointing prison ombudsman Howard Sapers to just a one-year-term, the prime minister has once...

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