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Torstar books loss, partly due to non-cash charges

Parent company of Toronto Star and Metroland reports accounting writedowns on closed printing press...

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Canadian banks ordered to disclose Cayman dealings

The CRA suspects tax dodgers used RBC and Citibank to repatriate offshore assets held at Cayman...

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Justin Trudeau’s summer homework: easing Canada’s brain drain: Paul Wells

The prime minister’s itinerary shows he’s committed to ensuring Canadian talent stays at home, in...

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A lesson learned from the lure of a high-yield return: Mayers

You can improve investment returns by shopping around, but if an investment offers a rate that seems...

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When and why Sophie Grégoire Trudeau accepts designer gifts

Five fashion gifts given to Sophie Grégoire Trudeau have come to light recently, with some people...

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AP Sources: Kaine emerges as favourite in Clinton's VP search-Image4

Democratic vice presidential nominee Senator Tim Kaine spoke on the third night of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.

Tootoo returns amid 'all kinds of rumours'-Image1

Liberal MP Hunter Tootoo met with constituents in Iqaluit Wednesday, resuming his political career after a two-month leave of absence.

Obama: Clinton's character witness-Image1

President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wave following a campaign event at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, N.C., Tuesday, July 5, 2016. Democrats are still in love with Obama and he's asking them to love Clinton. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Susan Walsh

Trump's new derisive nickname for Clinton  -  'Rotten'-Image1

U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump: 'Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing.'

Kenneth Sherman

Kenneth Sherman, 79, a Burlington resident, Sanders delegate and international vice-chair of Democrats abroad is in Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention.

Hayden Levy

Hayden Levy was returning to Nova Scotia after a three-week visit with his father in Winnipeg when he and about 14 other passengers were bumped from their connector flight in Toronto. Levy ended up sleepin g on the floor at Pearson International Airport.

Terry Brake

Farmer Terry Brake grows tropical fruits including bananas, papaya, and guava as well as traditional Ontario crops in the farm he works with Laurie Macpherson in Blyth, Ontario.

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Okanagan Lake marathon swimmer reaches goal

Triathlete strokes to marathon, 105 km lengthwise Okanagan Lake swim

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A quick sketch of MP Hunter Tootoo

MP and former Liberal fisheries minister Hunter Tootoo, at a glance

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Stock markets barely move amid Fed decision

North American stock markets show little movement as they await Fed meeting

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Ontario

Tube producer fined $50k after worker injured

Ontario tube producer fined $50k after worker injured by fallen post

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Smoke shuts down federal email, pay systems

Smoke in Ottawa data centre shuts down BlackBerry email, Phoenix pay system

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Detained immigrants continue hunger strike

Immigrants detained in Ontario corrections facilities remain on hunger strike

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Truck with 40 cows rolls over on Highway 89

Trailer carrying 40 cows rolls over on Highway 89, injuring two people

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