• Dionne quintuplets’ birthplace moves following campaign to save historic homeDionne quintuplets’ birthplace moves following campaign to save historic home

    The log cabin where the sisters were born in 1934 is being hauled from its current location to a spot downtown in North Bay, Ont.

    The Globe and Mail - News / 2 min. ago
  • Zimbabwe ruling party fires Robert Mugabe as leaderZimbabwe ruling party fires Robert Mugabe as leader

    Impeaching the longtime president is the next step when Parliament resumes Tuesday

    The Globe and Mail - News / 27 min. ago
  • Trudeau to offer formal apology for LGBTQ persecution on Nov. 28Trudeau to offer formal apology for LGBTQ persecution on Nov. 28

    The Prime Minister’s apology is expected to be the most comprehensive ever offered by any national government for past persecution of sexual minorities

    The Globe and Mail - News / 34 min. ago
  • Andersen posts second straight shutout as Toronto Maple Leafs rout Montreal Canadiens 6-0Andersen posts second straight shutout as Toronto Maple Leafs rout Montreal Canadiens 6-0

    Montreal (8-11-2) is winless in its last three games. After playing 10 of their first 15 games on the road, the Canadiens hoped to catch up on home ice but ended their six-game homestand at 2-3-1.

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 9 h. 52 min. ago
  • Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister and wife explain how he got lost and broke arm on New Mexico hikeManitoba Premier Brian Pallister and wife explain how he got lost and broke arm on New Mexico hike

    Brian Pallister has refused to do media interviews about the ordeal, which happened on Monday but was only revealed to the public on Friday. Instead, he and his wife, Esther, answered questions posed by a member of his staff in a video posted on Facebook that’s just over four minutes long.

    The Globe and Mail - News / 11 h. 33 min. ago
  • Google executive urges democracies to tap young tech talent to tackle looming security challengesGoogle executive urges democracies to tap young tech talent to tackle looming security challenges

    In a wide-ranging panel discussion in Halifax, Eric Schmidt said there are a number of technological issues on the horizon when it comes to security. He also said some fresh sets of eyes would be helpful in tackling security issues and “a new set of brains and talent” is needed.

    The Globe and Mail - News / 11 h. 46 min. ago
  • General who oversees U.S. nuclear arsenal says he would resist ‘illegal’ strike order by TrumpGeneral who oversees U.S. nuclear arsenal says he would resist ‘illegal’ strike order by Trump

    Air Force General John Hyten, commander of the U.S. Strategic Command (STRATCOM), told an audience at the Halifax International Security Forum that he had given a lot of thought to what he would say if he received such an order. He said running through scenarios of how to react in the event of an illegal order was standard practice, and added: “If you execute an unlawful order, you will go to jail. You could go to jail for the rest of your life

    The Globe and Mail - News / 14 h. 25 min. ago more
  • Winnipeg Jets score three in second period to beat New Jersey DevilsWinnipeg Jets score three in second period to beat New Jersey Devils

    Connor Hellebuyck made 34 saves in the Jets (12-4-3) fourth straight victory. The goalie has allowed two or less goals in 11 of his 14 starts (11-1-2).

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 14 h. 38 min. ago
  • Ben Bishop blanks Edmonton Oilers after Lehtonen pulled, Dallas Stars win 6-3Ben Bishop blanks Edmonton Oilers after Lehtonen pulled, Dallas Stars win 6-3

    Bishop made 17 saves after replacing Lehtonen early in the second period with Edmonton leading 3-2.

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 15 h. 42 min. ago
  • Anthony Duclair scores hat trick, including overtime winner, to lead Coyotes over SenatorsAnthony Duclair scores hat trick, including overtime winner, to lead Coyotes over Senators

    Antti Raanta made 30 saves to improve the Coyotes record to 4-15-3. Mark Stone and Mark Borowiecki scored in regulation for the Senators (8-4-5). Mike Condon stopped 25 shots.

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 16 h. ago
  • Manchester United, City continue to win while Arsenal top SpursManchester United, City continue to win while Arsenal top Spurs

    Chelsea had an equally untroubled afternoon after beating West Bromwich Albion 4-0, a result that piled more pressure on Baggies manager Tony Pulis whose side are without a win in 11 games.

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 16 h. 28 min. ago
  • Sean Monahan scores first career hat trick to power Calgary Flames over Philadelphia FlyersSean Monahan scores first career hat trick to power Calgary Flames over Philadelphia Flyers

    Goaltender Mike Smith, who returned from an upper body injury, turned aside 35 of 39 shots to earn his 10th win for the Flames (11-8-0).

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 16 h. 38 min. ago
  • Ontario legislature in session this weekend to try to end college teachers’ strikeOntario legislature in session this weekend to try to end college teachers’ strike

    Both Ontario’s New Democrats and the governing Liberals conceded that the situation wasn’t ideal as the legislature debated a bill on Saturday that would end a five week strike by faculty at the province’s colleges

    The Globe and Mail - News / 18 h. 1 min. ago
  • Top Afghan government official says Taliban should have a place at peace talksTop Afghan government official says Taliban should have a place at peace talks

    During the annual Halifax International Security Forum, Abdullah Abdullah, the chief executive of Afghanistan who is governing in tandem with President Ashraf Ghani, said the Afghan government believes a settlement likely depends on bringing the Taliban into negotiations

    The Globe and Mail - News / 18 h. 4 min. ago
  • Honda recalling 900,000 minivans, majority found in North AmericaHonda recalling 900,000 minivans, majority found in North America

    Honda Motor Co. said on Saturday that it was recalling about 900,000 minivans because second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched after being adjusted

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 22 h. 14 min. ago
  • AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dead at 64AC/DC co-founder Malcolm Young dead at 64

    Young, who founded the Australian rock band AC/DC along with his brother Angus, died after suffering from dementia for several years, the band said on its Facebook page on Saturday

    The Globe and Mail - News / 22 h. 34 min. ago
  • Can rodeo be safer – and still be rodeo?Can rodeo be safer – and still be rodeo?

    The concussion risks for riders – not to mention the permanent brain damage – is becoming more apparent every day. But seeing the danger and getting in the saddle anyway is part of the cowboy’s identity

    The Globe and Mail - Opinion / 22 h. 54 min. ago
  • Many women have spoken out, but too many still suffer in silenceMany women have spoken out, but too many still suffer in silence

    It feels like we’re on the verge of a backlash against those who speak out about their experiences of harassment. In a just world, the conversation would only be beginning

    The Globe and Mail - Opinion / 22 h. 54 min. ago
  • After Macron meeting, al-Hariri says will clarify position upon return to Lebanon next weekAfter Macron meeting, al-Hariri says will clarify position upon return to Lebanon next week

    Saad al-Hariri, who resigned as Lebanon’s prime minister this month while in Saudi Arabia, said on Saturday he would clarify his position when he returns to Beirut next week

    The Globe and Mail - News / 22 h. 59 min. ago
  • How local radio and bingo united a Newfoundland town, then tore it apart How local radio and bingo united a Newfoundland town, then tore it apart

    How a high-school-based broadcast outlet gave the outport town of Wabana, Nfld., a bingo jackpot and a source of hope and joy for the community’s youth, before infighting divided it

    The Globe and Mail - News / 23 h. 54 min. ago
  • Tens of thousands march to celebrate Mugabe’s downfall, demand his resignationTens of thousands march to celebrate Mugabe’s downfall, demand his resignation

    Zimbabwe’s ruling ZANU-PF party will meet on Sunday to dismiss President Robert Mugabe and reinstate the vice-president he dismissed, Emmerson Mnangagwa, two party sources told Reuters on Saturday

    The Globe and Mail - News / 23 h. 59 min. ago
  • Raptors cut Knicks down to size, win third game in a rowRaptors cut Knicks down to size, win third game in a row

    DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry led Toronto to a 107-84 win over a rather listless Knicks outfit

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 1 d. 10 h. 26 min. ago
  • Calcutta Cricket Club offers pleasant – albeit pricey – interpretations of classic Indian dishesCalcutta Cricket Club offers pleasant – albeit pricey – interpretations of classic Indian dishes

    When it comes to chef Rene Bhullar’s food, there is no shortage of unique dishes to try

    The Globe and Mail - News / 1 d. 10 h. 42 min. ago
  • Hosting Olympics in Calgary could threaten Canadian economy, report saysHosting Olympics in Calgary could threaten Canadian economy, report says

    It also might not even create any jobs, contrary to the assertions made by backers of the bid for the 2026 Winter Games

    The Globe and Mail - News / 1 d. 10 h. 51 min. ago
  • Somehow, the Blue Jays have extended their losing streak beyond the baseball seasonSomehow, the Blue Jays have extended their losing streak beyond the baseball season

    From the silence on Donaldson’s future to the treatment of Halladay’s passing, Toronto is failing to put its best foot forward

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 1 d. 10 h. 52 min. ago
  • Vancouver’s Rise Eatery: Fusion cuisine in all its messed up, mish-mashed gloryVancouver’s Rise Eatery: Fusion cuisine in all its messed up, mish-mashed glory

    Sometimes, bringing multiple cultures together into one dish brings out the best of each, but here, clashing flavours wage war on your taste buds

    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 1 d. 11 h. 3 min. ago
  • Leonardo’s painting shows where ‘marketing circus’ now meets art worldLeonardo’s painting shows where ‘marketing circus’ now meets art world

    The recent auction sale of Salvator Mundi for $400-million U.S. not only shatters record but stirs controversy about publicity and wealth in the art community

    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 1 d. 11 h. 7 min. ago
  • Argos hope to make waves in BMO Field’s playoff debutArgos hope to make waves in BMO Field’s playoff debut

    In hosting its first playoff game by the lake, CFL team hopes to set attendance record – without stepping on soccer fans’ toes

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 1 d. 11 h. 10 min. ago
  • Raptors in a full-court press to advance womenRaptors in a full-court press to advance women

    Among NBA teams – indeed, among most pro-sports leagues – the Toronto club stands out in the way it is actively diversifying its management ranks

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 1 d. 11 h. 20 min. ago
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  • Roy Moore's wife defiant as Republicans spar over candidacyRoy Moore's wife defiant as Republicans spar over candidacy

    Kayla Moore surrounded herself with two dozen other women Friday to defend husband Roy Moore against accusations of sexual misconduct that are dividing Republicans, and women in particular.

    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 1 d. 11 h. 22 min. ago
  • Trudeau’s ‘deliverology’ on the verge of becoming a punchlineTrudeau’s ‘deliverology’ on the verge of becoming a punchline

    An approach meant to light fire under federal bureaucracy is going off the rails as Liberals appear to drop tenets crucial to its success

    The Globe and Mail - Politics / 1 d. 11 h. 29 min. ago
  • Penguins still a nemesis for Senators after playoff defeatPenguins still a nemesis for Senators after playoff defeat

    Ottawa is smarting from dramatic playoff loss to Pittsburgh last spring – and after a fresh loss this week, that hasn’t changed

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 1 d. 11 h. 47 min. ago
  • Mexico working on compromise on NAFTA rules of origin for vehicles, sources sayMexico working on compromise on NAFTA rules of origin for vehicles, sources say

    The plan is to placate the Trump administration by squeezing overseas content out of North American-made cars and trucks to avoid major problems for the auto industries in Canada and Mexico.

    The Globe and Mail - Politics / 1 d. 11 h. 47 min. ago
  • Fire engulfs top floor of Manhattan apartment buildingFire engulfs top floor of Manhattan apartment building

    A raging fire burns through the top floor of an apartment building in upper Manhattan.

    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 1 d. 11 h. 47 min. ago
  • It takes a village to care for the homeless; just ask this high-school studentIt takes a village to care for the homeless; just ask this high-school student

    Rather than further marginalize homeless people, 16-year-old Ishmam Bhuiyan thinks Marpole ought to welcome them, and help them integrate into the community

    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 1 d. 11 h. 52 min. ago
  • Russia casts 11th UN veto on Syria, again blocking inquiryRussia casts 11th UN veto on Syria, again blocking inquiry

    Russia vetoed on Friday a Japanese-drafted UN Security Council resolution to extend by one month an international inquiry into who is to blame for chemical weapons attacks in Syria. Nathan Frandino reports.

    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 1 d. 11 h. 53 min. ago
  • With Matthews absent, Leafs lean on AndersenWith Matthews absent, Leafs lean on Andersen

    In four consecutive wins since the star was lost to an undisclosed injury, Toronto’s goalies allowed just five goals

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 1 d. 12 h. ago
  • We need minimum safety standards on the Trans Canada TrailWe need minimum safety standards on the Trans Canada Trail

    During the past year and a half, the trail’s failure to fulfill its mandate of creating a safely accessible green way has become painfully obvious

    The Globe and Mail - Alberta / 1 d. 12 h. 11 min. ago
  • Tory pit bull Poilievre looks for ‘vulnerability’ in attacks on MorneauTory pit bull Poilievre looks for ‘vulnerability’ in attacks on Morneau

    The partisan, young career politician known as ‘Skippy’ delights in sparring with the Liberal finance minister

    The Globe and Mail - Politics / 1 d. 12 h. 15 min. ago
  • Horst Kroll, Can-Am champion at age 50, raced on a shoestringHorst Kroll, Can-Am champion at age 50, raced on a shoestring

    For much of his career he was self-financed, but a sponsorship in the 1980s finally allowed him to perfect his car and led to his greatest victory

    The Globe and Mail - Sports / 1 d. 12 h. 27 min. ago
  • The Globe’s stars and dogs for the weekThe Globe’s stars and dogs for the week

    A humorous look at the companies that caught our eye, for better or worse, this week​​​

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 13 h. ago
  • Moscow meeting in June 2017 under scrutiny in Trump probeMoscow meeting in June 2017 under scrutiny in Trump probe

    Investigators want to know why a Russian-American lobbyist and another businessman met in the first place and whether there was some effort to get their stories straight about the Trump Tower meeting just weeks before it would become public

    The Globe and Mail - World / 1 d. 13 h. 8 min. ago
  • Mental health and addictions centre to open on Riverview site in Coquitlam, B.C.Mental health and addictions centre to open on Riverview site in Coquitlam, B.C.

    The residential care facility is slated to open in 2019 and replaces the Burnaby Centre for Mental Health and Addiction

    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 1 d. 13 h. 19 min. ago
  • Provinces keep lucrative online market for legal cannabis for themselvesProvinces keep lucrative online market for legal cannabis for themselves

    While much of the debate about legal cannabis has focused on retail stores, the online market could prove just as lucrative — and governments want control

    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 1 d. 13 h. 33 min. ago
  • Toronto man sentenced to five years for claiming nearly $1-million in tax refundsToronto man sentenced to five years for claiming nearly $1-million in tax refunds

    CRA says Alexander Wiafe also was fined $96,000 and faces an additional 18 months in custody if the fine isn’t paid within five years of his release

    The Globe and Mail - Toronto / 1 d. 13 h. 34 min. ago
  • Which Toronto buildings deserve heritage protection?Which Toronto buildings deserve heritage protection?

    Heritage preservation experts can’t keep up with Toronto’s development pressures and many unique buildings are being lost forever

    The Globe and Mail - Toronto / 1 d. 13 h. 44 min. ago
  • Inquiry into chemical weapons attacks in Syria to end after Russia again blocks UN renewal Inquiry into chemical weapons attacks in Syria to end after Russia again blocks UN renewal

    Russia has cast 11 vetoes on possible Security Council action on Syria since the country’s civil war began in 2011

    The Globe and Mail - World / 1 d. 13 h. 48 min. ago
  • Despite its anticipation, The Cheesecake Factory’s success in Canada is far from guaranteedDespite its anticipation, The Cheesecake Factory’s success in Canada is far from guaranteed

    For Yorkdale Shopping Centre, Canada's busiest mall with 18 million visitors a year, the opening of The Cheesecake Factory this week is a major win. But numerous foreign chains have tried to enter the Canadian market, met with both success and failure

    The Globe and Mail - Toronto / 1 d. 14 h. 5 min. ago
  • Calgary woman found guilty in son’s strep death sentenced to prisonCalgary woman found guilty in son’s strep death sentenced to prison

    Calgary woman Tamara Lovett has been sentenced to three years in prison, after being found guilty in the death of her son by not seeking medical attention for his strep infection. A prosecutor in the case says the sentence is fair.

    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 1 d. 14 h. 19 min. ago
  • Giving home buyers incentives risks creating a house of horrorsGiving home buyers incentives risks creating a house of horrors

    Some experts believe the government should adopt generous “pro-ownership” housing incentives, but they would put the financial system at risk by artificially boosting demand for homes

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 14 h. 19 min. ago
  • White House requests $44-billion disaster aid bill, lawmakers slam it as too smallWhite House requests $44-billion disaster aid bill, lawmakers slam it as too small

    The request, Trump’s third since hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria slammed the Gulf Coast and Caribbean, would bring the total appropriated for disaster relief this fall close to $100-billion

    The Globe and Mail - World / 1 d. 14 h. 23 min. ago
  • Director Gerald Schwartz buys at Indigo BooksDirector Gerald Schwartz buys at Indigo Books

    Schwartz bought a total of 27,500 shares between the prices of $18.50 and $18.76

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 14 h. 36 min. ago
  • Bullish on MGM Resorts InternationalBullish on MGM Resorts International

    A technical look at the stock

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 14 h. 42 min. ago
  • EBay CEO Devin Wenig on the company's strategy in CanadaEBay CEO Devin Wenig on the company's strategy in Canada

    Mr. Wenig is on a ‘stealth mission’ in Toronto this week, eyeing the city for a potential AI centre

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 14 h. 48 min. ago
  • The sad truth of why self-managed investors usually do worse than the pros The sad truth of why self-managed investors usually do worse than the pros

    According to one expert, if a lot of people are involved, the tendency is for the least competent person to effectively make the decision when a consensus is required

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 14 h. 53 min. ago
  • Canadian funds like energy stocks despite potential rejection in NorwayCanadian funds like energy stocks despite potential rejection in Norway

    AIMCo and CPPIB believe investments will pay off

    The Globe and Mail - Energy & Resources / 1 d. 14 h. 53 min. ago
  • Longtime politician Paul Quassa chosen as fourth premier of NunavutLongtime politician Paul Quassa chosen as fourth premier of Nunavut

    In a statement, Quassa said he is 'honoured to lead Nunavut and guide our shared vision for the territory'

    The Globe and Mail - Politics / 1 d. 15 h. 2 min. ago
  • Why Mississauga wants to charge for parkingWhy Mississauga wants to charge for parking

    Charging for street parking is a tricky balance. Mississauga is deep in this debate as it makes changes in advance of a broader shake-up of parking that is expected to go to council next year

    The Globe and Mail - Toronto / 1 d. 15 h. 3 min. ago
  • A widow, her children, and adapting to the winds of changeA widow, her children, and adapting to the winds of change

    As she nears retirement, Margarite is seeking to maintain her lifestyle while still leaving a healthy estate to her three children

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 15 h. 21 min. ago
  • How to effectively use tax-loss selling to lower your tax billHow to effectively use tax-loss selling to lower your tax bill

    You have to follow the rules, though, or you could find yourself on the wrong side of the law

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 15 h. 27 min. ago
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    The Airbus CEO explains his company jumping at the chance to take over the C Series project – and what future role Canada could have

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 15 h. 30 min. ago
  • Five things to do if you're nearing or in retirement and fearing a market pullbackFive things to do if you're nearing or in retirement and fearing a market pullback

    Unlike those mid-career, older investors have less time to recover from setbacks and often have to tap their portfolios to cover costs

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 15 h. 33 min. ago
  • This self-taught investor has outperformed Warren Buffett. Here's his top holdings right nowThis self-taught investor has outperformed Warren Buffett. Here's his top holdings right now

    Few investors pick stocks better than Christopher Rees, who makes the right buy or sell call an astonishing 80-per-cent of the time

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 15 h. 38 min. ago
  • How Alberta’s oil giants are competing amid turmoil in the Middle EastHow Alberta’s oil giants are competing amid turmoil in the Middle East

    With the days of ‘drill, baby, drill’ gone, oil companies are focusing on efficiency as they try to compete in a world where prices are on the rise, but stability is threatened by a shifting political landscape

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 15 h. 44 min. ago
  • Avid cyclist climbing high to raise money for pancreatic cancerAvid cyclist climbing high to raise money for pancreatic cancer

    Travis Streb is trying a different kind of fundraising, hoping to bike one million vertical feet this year or the equivalent of riding nearly one kilometre uphill every day.

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 15 h. 48 min. ago
  • Evening Update newsletter: Mugabe, Lebanon, NAFTAEvening Update newsletter: Mugabe, Lebanon, NAFTA

    Also: Tesla unveils new roadster, big rig in midst of Model 3 factory ‘hell’

    The Globe and Mail - National / 1 d. 15 h. 49 min. ago
  • Terror suspect Mohamed Harkat seeks improved release conditionsTerror suspect Mohamed Harkat seeks improved release conditions

    Mohamed Harkat says his life is in limbo, living with strict release conditions after being taken into custody in 2002 on suspicion of terrorist links. Harkat wants approval to use the internet outside his home to find better employment.

    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 1 d. 15 h. 59 min. ago
  • Casa Loma’s BlueBlood offers a dining experience its owners hope tourists, Torontonians can enjoyCasa Loma’s BlueBlood offers a dining experience its owners hope tourists, Torontonians can enjoy

    The new steakhouse at Casa Loma takes full advantage of its extravagant setting and is a bold bid in the fine-dining niche

    The Globe and Mail - Toronto / 1 d. 16 h. 4 min. ago
  • Darth Vader choke hold fuels fear over $370 billion rallyDarth Vader choke hold fuels fear over $370 billion rally

    Users have complained about the unfair advantages in-game purchases pose, threatening the industry’s $370-billion rally

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 16 h. 20 min. ago
  • Cannabis is Canada’s moment to lead the worldCannabis is Canada’s moment to lead the world

    As wine is to France and whisky is to Scotland, let cannabis be to Canada..

    The Globe and Mail - Politics / 1 d. 16 h. 21 min. ago
  • The close: TSX gains as gold, energy prices riseThe close: TSX gains as gold, energy prices rise

    Wall Street slips to end week as tax changes mulled; first two-week losing streak since August

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 16 h. 23 min. ago
  • Roy Moore’s wife speaks in defence of husband, says he 'will not step down' Roy Moore’s wife speaks in defence of husband, says he 'will not step down'

    Kayla Moore said her husband 'will not stop fighting for the people of Alabama' despite allegations of sexual misconduct

    The Globe and Mail - World / 1 d. 16 h. 27 min. ago
  • How Canada can lead the world in innovating innovationHow Canada can lead the world in innovating innovation

    A new system must build cross-sector collaboration, lower barriers to working together, and create excitement and tangible know-how to attract investment

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 16 h. 40 min. ago
  • Notorious Sicilian Mafia boss Salvatore ‘Toto’ Riina dies at 87Notorious Sicilian Mafia boss Salvatore ‘Toto’ Riina dies at 87

    Riina’s passing is likely to trigger a scramble for power among Mafia clans in Palermo, the traditional hub of the crime syndicate’s leadership

    The Globe and Mail - World / 1 d. 16 h. 42 min. ago
  • The Polygon Gallery: a game changer across the waterThe Polygon Gallery: a game changer across the water

    The Polygon Gallery opens to the public this weekend with a show focusing on North Vancouver

    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 1 d. 16 h. 44 min. ago
  • Ontario legislature set for acrimonious weekend debate on college teachers' strikeOntario legislature set for acrimonious weekend debate on college teachers' strike

    The Liberal government tried to both introduce and immediately pass the bill Friday, but they needed all parties’ unanimous consent to do so and the NDP refused

    The Globe and Mail - National / 1 d. 16 h. 50 min. ago
  • Turkey pulls out of NATO exercise after Erdogan turns up on ‘enemy’ listTurkey pulls out of NATO exercise after Erdogan turns up on ‘enemy’ list

    President Erdogan announced on Friday he was pulling Turkish troops from a North Atlantic Treaty Organization exercise in Norway after his name and that of Turkey’s founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, were included in what he called as an 'enemy chart' poster

    The Globe and Mail - Politics / 1 d. 16 h. 55 min. ago
  • Argentine navy mounts search after losing contact with submarine carrying 44Argentine navy mounts search after losing contact with submarine carrying 44

    Navy said that ships and aircraft were searching near the last known location of the ARA San Juan which had not been heard from since Wednesday

    The Globe and Mail - World / 1 d. 17 h. ago
  • Iraqi forces recapture Rawa, last Islamic State-held townIraqi forces recapture Rawa, last Islamic State-held town

    Rawa’s capture marks the end of Islamic State’s era of territorial rule over a so-called caliphate that it proclaimed in 2014 across vast swathes of Iraq and Syria

    The Globe and Mail - World / 1 d. 17 h. 11 min. ago
  • Will Gilbert Rozon’s fall kill the Just for Laughs festival he founded?Will Gilbert Rozon’s fall kill the Just for Laughs festival he founded?

    A rival event is being debated as the creator of the popular comedy juggernaut is toppled by sexual-misconduct allegations

    The Globe and Mail - National / 1 d. 17 h. 11 min. ago
  • BlackBerry COO Beard resigns due to family health issues: sourceBlackBerry COO Beard resigns due to family health issues: source

    Beard’s departure was disclosed to BlackBerry staff in an internal company memo on Friday

    The Globe and Mail - Business / 1 d. 17 h. 18 min. ago
  • Smich’s ex-girlfriend describes smoke, crackling coming from incineratorSmich’s ex-girlfriend describes smoke, crackling coming from incinerator

    Millard and Smich have pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the death of Laura Babcock

    The Globe and Mail - National / 1 d. 17 h. 24 min. ago
  • Terror suspect Mohamed Harkat poses low risk of violence, psychiatrist saysTerror suspect Mohamed Harkat poses low risk of violence, psychiatrist says

    Harkat, who is closely monitored by Canadian border agency officials, wants restrictions on his movement and internet use eased

    The Globe and Mail - National / 1 d. 17 h. 28 min. ago
  • Tragically Hip bandmates, Alex Trebek receive Order of CanadaTragically Hip bandmates, Alex Trebek receive Order of Canada

    The Jeopardy host was recognized for his ‘iconic television work’

    The Globe and Mail - National / 1 d. 17 h. 33 min. ago
  • Calgary woman found guilty in son’s strep death sentenced to three yearsCalgary woman found guilty in son’s strep death sentenced to three years

    Tamara Lovett, 48, was found guilty in January of criminal negligence causing death

    The Globe and Mail - Alberta / 1 d. 17 h. 35 min. ago
  • Judge hears first arguments against Quebec's face-veil lawJudge hears first arguments against Quebec's face-veil law

    Quebec Superior Court justice vowed to deliver a ruling as soon as possible regarding a request for a temporary suspension of the controversial law

    The Globe and Mail - National / 1 d. 17 h. 42 min. ago
  • Review: There’s brilliance to be found in The 7 Fingers’ haphazard TriptyqueReview: There’s brilliance to be found in The 7 Fingers’ haphazard Triptyque

    It might not have been the right moment in time for the curtain to rise on a woman tied and bound to a horizontally suspended pole

    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 1 d. 17 h. 43 min. ago
  • Apple pushes launch of HomePod smart speaker to early 2018Apple pushes launch of HomePod smart speaker to early 2018

    Company says it needs ‘a little more time’ to have product ready for customers

    The Globe and Mail - U.S. / 1 d. 17 h. 50 min. ago
  • Dividend-seeking investors should check out technology, says fund managerDividend-seeking investors should check out technology, says fund manager

    Epoch says people have overlooked the sector

    The Globe and Mail - Investing / 1 d. 18 h. 8 min. ago
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    State prison officers say they plan to use a new combination of four drugs in execution of death-row inmate

    The Globe and Mail - U.S. / 1 d. 18 h. 18 min. ago
  • A Washington reckoning: Sex-abuse allegations stir a cultural shiftA Washington reckoning: Sex-abuse allegations stir a cultural shift

    On Capitol Hill the tension is palpable among the country’s lawmakers. Everyone is wondering: Who’s next?

    The Globe and Mail - Opinion / 1 d. 18 h. 21 min. ago
  • Vale delays sale of stake in New Caledonia nickel mine: sourcesVale delays sale of stake in New Caledonia nickel mine: sources

    Sale may be delayed for up to a year as the company anticipates a rebound in nickel prices

    The Globe and Mail - Energy & Resources / 1 d. 18 h. 36 min. ago
  • Sajjan says partnerships are ‘crucial’ for global securitySajjan says partnerships are ‘crucial’ for global security

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  • Toronto filmmakers go from web series to festival circuit with The DefinitesToronto filmmakers go from web series to festival circuit with The Definites

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  • BMO sees ‘once in a multi-year buying opportunity’ for EnbridgeBMO sees ‘once in a multi-year buying opportunity’ for Enbridge

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  • Crown seeking to revoke Toronto Const. Forcillo’s bailCrown seeking to revoke Toronto Const. Forcillo’s bail

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  • Fraud case of Quebec construction mogul Tony Accurso ends in mistrialFraud case of Quebec construction mogul Tony Accurso ends in mistrial

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    The Globe and Mail - Books / 1 d. 22 h. 10 min. ago
  • British writer Richard Beard on what Giller Prize books taught him about CanadaBritish writer Richard Beard on what Giller Prize books taught him about Canada

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    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 1 d. 22 h. 59 min. ago
  • SouthGobi Resources says CEO was arrested in ChinaSouthGobi Resources says CEO was arrested in China

    The coal miner’s board has formed a special committee to investigate the charges against Aminbuhe

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  • Spotify buys online recording studio SoundtrapSpotify buys online recording studio Soundtrap

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  • Politics Briefing: Provinces diverge on how legal marijuana will be soldPolitics Briefing: Provinces diverge on how legal marijuana will be sold

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  • Cooler October inflation gives Bank of Canada room to wait on ratesCooler October inflation gives Bank of Canada room to wait on rates

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  • U.S. housing starts hit one-year high as South recovers from hurricanesU.S. housing starts hit one-year high as South recovers from hurricanes

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  • Wells Fargo fires consumer-lending head Franklin CodelWells Fargo fires consumer-lending head Franklin Codel

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  • Zimbabwe's ZANU-PF says leaders plan to fire MugabeZimbabwe's ZANU-PF says leaders plan to fire Mugabe

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  • Lacking rail link, Churchill expects to receive ice road by ChristmasLacking rail link, Churchill expects to receive ice road by Christmas

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  • Nissan executives taking pay cuts over bogus vehicle inspectionsNissan executives taking pay cuts over bogus vehicle inspections

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    The Globe and Mail - Film / 2 d. 8 h. 53 min. ago
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  • Canada, Mexico forming alliance against U.S. protectionist approach to NAFTACanada, Mexico forming alliance against U.S. protectionist approach to NAFTA

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  • British historian Daniel Beer wins 2017 Cundill History PrizeBritish historian Daniel Beer wins 2017 Cundill History Prize

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    The Globe and Mail - Books / 2 d. 11 h. 24 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 2 d. 11 h. 46 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 2 d. 11 h. 50 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 2 d. 12 h. 8 min. ago
  • Vancouver put off demolition of historic Walkem House to avoid paying owners: courtVancouver put off demolition of historic Walkem House to avoid paying owners: court

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    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 2 d. 12 h. 8 min. ago
  • BC NDP looks to federal government to help fund childcare planBC NDP looks to federal government to help fund childcare plan

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    The Globe and Mail - British Columbia / 2 d. 12 h. 13 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Toronto / 2 d. 12 h. 40 min. ago
  • Quebec marijuana law to have zero-tolerance rule for impaired driversQuebec marijuana law to have zero-tolerance rule for impaired drivers

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    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 2 d. 13 h. 37 min. ago
  • Digital ‘totalitarian marketing’ threatens privacy and security, former advertising executive saysDigital ‘totalitarian marketing’ threatens privacy and security, former advertising executive says

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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 2 d. 14 h. 16 min. ago
  • Giller Prize nominees discuss their reading and writing habitsGiller Prize nominees discuss their reading and writing habits

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  • Mitch McConnell is trying to 'steal this election': Roy MooreMitch McConnell is trying to 'steal this election': Roy Moore

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    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 2 d. 15 h. ago
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  • Seven Generations shares slide after it boosts 2018 capital spendingSeven Generations shares slide after it boosts 2018 capital spending

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    The Globe and Mail - Energy & Resources / 2 d. 15 h. 19 min. ago
  • Alberta opts for private retail sales of legalized marijuanaAlberta opts for private retail sales of legalized marijuana

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    The Globe and Mail - News Video / 2 d. 17 h. 12 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 2 d. 19 h. 49 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Economy / 2 d. 22 h. ago
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    A glass diffuser and a porcelain ashtray are some of the gifts on our extravagant list this year

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  • Harness social media to commission a piece of artwork this holiday seasonHarness social media to commission a piece of artwork this holiday season

    Gifting a piece of art during the holidays can seem daunting. But as Danielle Meder notes, success depends on scouting creative talent – and letting go

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    From mosques around the world to Cuban interior design, these books will transport readers to inspiring locales

    The Globe and Mail - Fashion / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Over-the-top gift ideas for a lover of all things fashion and beautyOver-the-top gift ideas for a lover of all things fashion and beauty

    From glittery boots to a furry phone case, here are some of our holiday shopping suggestions for the fashion and beauty lover in your life

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  • Celebrating a series of style milestones this social seasonCelebrating a series of style milestones this social season

    Nolan Bryant's fall social season was dominated by events featuring Estée Lauder Companies, Holt Renfrew and more

    The Globe and Mail - Fashion / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Canadian artists and stylists take wrapping to the extreme with creative takes on gift boxesCanadian artists and stylists take wrapping to the extreme with creative takes on gift boxes

    A roll of paper and a length of ribbon can create a handsome holiday parcel. But for those who want to be more ambitious with their wrapping, we tasked Canadian artists and stylists to reimagine the gift box so it’s an idiosyncratic present in and of itself

    The Globe and Mail - Fashion / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Paris’s legendary shop-museum hybrid Deyrolle is immortalized in new bookParis’s legendary shop-museum hybrid Deyrolle is immortalized in new book

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  • Toasting the arts north and south of the borderToasting the arts north and south of the border

    Recent events in New York and Toronto raised funds for arts grants and awarded a $50,000 prize

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  • Exhibition at London’s Design Museum celebrates 70 years since the first Ferrari 125SExhibition at London’s Design Museum celebrates 70 years since the first Ferrari 125S

    Ferrari: Under the Skin at London’s Design Museum celebrates the stylish car brand and its maker, Enzo Ferrari

    The Globe and Mail - Fashion / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • The creative class moves in, affordability moves outThe creative class moves in, affordability moves out

    The paradox of creative cities such as Seattle, San Francisco or Toronto is that, in proclaiming to embrace diversity, they actually attract less of it

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  • Modernist Bread aims to address questions from both professional and home bakersModernist Bread aims to address questions from both professional and home bakers

    Modernist Bread: The Art and Science is broken down into five large volumes, expounding the craft, ingredients and techniques behind doughs and loaves

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  • Over-the-top food and drink gift ideas to consider this holiday seasonOver-the-top food and drink gift ideas to consider this holiday season

    Infused gummy bears and a futuristic truffle slicer are some of the gifts on our extravagant list this year

    The Globe and Mail - Food / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • French connection: Global pastry phenomenon Ladurée comes to TorontoFrench connection: Global pastry phenomenon Ladurée comes to Toronto

    Toronto’s Yorkdale Shopping Centre will receive the luxury French patisserie in December

    The Globe and Mail - Food / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Restoration Hardware’s new space at Yorkdale Shopping Centre offers a novel gift selectionRestoration Hardware’s new space at Yorkdale Shopping Centre offers a novel gift selection

    Find an old-timey gramophone updated with Bluetooth technology, a bocce game set and more at The Gallery at Yorkdale

    The Globe and Mail - Fashion / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Experience primate trekking, spear throwing and more at One&Only Nyungwe House in RwandaExperience primate trekking, spear throwing and more at One&Only Nyungwe House in Rwanda

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    The Globe and Mail - Fashion / 3 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
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  • #AfterMeToo and The Globe to team up for event on sexual misconduct#AfterMeToo and The Globe to team up for event on sexual misconduct

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  • Red flag raised about state of Wood Buffalo National ParkRed flag raised about state of Wood Buffalo National Park

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  • Canada’s 1 per cent gets another big income boostCanada’s 1 per cent gets another big income boost

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  • New parents in Canada will soon get more paid leave. But for fathers, time is just one of the obstaclesNew parents in Canada will soon get more paid leave. But for fathers, time is just one of the obstacles

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  • Drake praised for warning fan to stop touching women at Sydney performanceDrake praised for warning fan to stop touching women at Sydney performance

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  • Toronto editor of Your Ward News faces hate-related chargesToronto editor of Your Ward News faces hate-related charges

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  • Hottest tickets in town: Five things to do in TorontoHottest tickets in town: Five things to do in Toronto

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  • Tony-winning Come From Away musical to get Canadian film adaptationTony-winning Come From Away musical to get Canadian film adaptation

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    The Globe and Mail - Film / 3 d. 17 h. 40 min. ago
  • David Fallis steps down as Toronto Consort artistic directorDavid Fallis steps down as Toronto Consort artistic director

    He will step down from the Toronto Consort helm after the 2017-18 season, ending a 27-year tenure

    The Globe and Mail - Music / 3 d. 17 h. 44 min. ago
  • Canadian growth will drive inflation over longer term, BoC’s Wilkins saysCanadian growth will drive inflation over longer term, BoC’s Wilkins says

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  • What author Michelle Winters is listening to, tuned into and looking forward toWhat author Michelle Winters is listening to, tuned into and looking forward to

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  • Singer-songwriter Son Little has the ‘blue magic’Singer-songwriter Son Little has the ‘blue magic’

    The music of his 2017 album, New Magic, is a mix of southern acoustic sounds, chilled neo-soul and minimalist R&B

    The Globe and Mail - Music / 3 d. 17 h. 54 min. ago
  • U.K. demand fuels rise in exports of Canadian wood pellets: NEBU.K. demand fuels rise in exports of Canadian wood pellets: NEB

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    The Globe and Mail - Energy & Resources / 3 d. 17 h. 59 min. ago
  • GM plans fleet of profitable electric cars to launch in 2021GM plans fleet of profitable electric cars to launch in 2021

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  • Appeal Court upholds convictions against Alberta parents in son’s meningitis deathAppeal Court upholds convictions against Alberta parents in son’s meningitis death

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    The Globe and Mail - Alberta / 3 d. 20 h. 30 min. ago
  • Canadian dollar drops to one-week low as oil and stocks slideCanadian dollar drops to one-week low as oil and stocks slide

    Loonie at 78.34 U.S. cents

    The Globe and Mail - Economy / 3 d. 22 h. 41 min. ago
  • U.S. scientists try to edit gene inside body for first timeU.S. scientists try to edit gene inside body for first time

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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 3 d. 22 h. 52 min. ago
  • Toronto, Vancouver housing markets move in drastically different directionsToronto, Vancouver housing markets move in drastically different directions

    Increasing sales in Vancouver masked decreasing sales in Toronto, creating the appearance of relative housing stability, nationally

    The Globe and Mail - Economy / 3 d. 23 h. 17 min. ago
  • Manulife launches wholly-owned investment business in ShanghaiManulife launches wholly-owned investment business in Shanghai

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    The Globe and Mail - Asia / 4 d. 0 h. 2 min. ago
  • U.S. consumer prices edge up; retail sales unexpectedly increaseU.S. consumer prices edge up; retail sales unexpectedly increase

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    The Globe and Mail - Economy / 4 d. 0 h. 16 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Europe / 4 d. 0 h. 28 min. ago
  • Amazon scraps plan for bundled streaming video service: sourcesAmazon scraps plan for bundled streaming video service: sources

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    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 4 d. 0 h. 56 min. ago
  • Barbie makes doll of hijab-wearing Olympian Ibtihaj MuhammadBarbie makes doll of hijab-wearing Olympian Ibtihaj Muhammad

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  • PayPal ordered to provide CRA with information about business accountsPayPal ordered to provide CRA with information about business accounts

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    The Globe and Mail - Money / 4 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Justice, but no peace: Where superhero cinema goes from hereJustice, but no peace: Where superhero cinema goes from here

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  • Hilary Weston Writers’ Trust award winners announced at Toronto galaHilary Weston Writers’ Trust award winners announced at Toronto gala

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    The Globe and Mail - Alberta / 4 d. 15 h. 23 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - TV / 4 d. 16 h. 44 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Alberta / 5 d. 15 h. 7 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Europe / 9 d. 2 h. 36 min. ago
  • There are major health benefits to adding traditional cardio to your workoutsThere are major health benefits to adding traditional cardio to your workouts

    Newbies should focus on resistance training and developing a solid foundation of aerobic fitness before adding in anaerobic exercise

    The Globe and Mail - Life / 9 d. 14 h. 40 min. ago
  • I’m 34 and I have a serious issue – I’m an impulsive shopperI’m 34 and I have a serious issue – I’m an impulsive shopper

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  • National Ballet principal dancer Jurgita Dronina rises to the international stageNational Ballet principal dancer Jurgita Dronina rises to the international stage

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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 9 d. 15 h. 52 min. ago
  • Year-end tax tips for the family: A gift that will likely keep on givingYear-end tax tips for the family: A gift that will likely keep on giving

    Seven tax tips for families to consider before Dec. 31

    The Globe and Mail - Personal Finance / 9 d. 16 h. 18 min. ago
  • Investment clubs aren’t only a thing of the pastInvestment clubs aren’t only a thing of the past

    Four friends, spurred by a book spotted in a second-hand bookstore, began their own club – and they broke even

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  • I like having my teens’ friends over. One problem: they may be stealing from meI like having my teens’ friends over. One problem: they may be stealing from me

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    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 9 d. 17 h. 7 min. ago
  • For the aggressive saver, better interest rates are there for the takingFor the aggressive saver, better interest rates are there for the taking

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    The Globe and Mail - Travel / 9 d. 20 h. 33 min. ago
  • Boeing signs deal to sell 300 planes worth $37-billion to ChinaBoeing signs deal to sell 300 planes worth $37-billion to China

    State-run China Aviation Supplies, which leases planes to Chinese airlines, said the agreement was for 260 B-737s as well as 40 B777s and B787s

    The Globe and Mail - Asia / 9 d. 21 h. 33 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Growth / 9 d. 23 h. 20 min. ago
  • Trump’s $250-billion China ‘miracle’ adds gloss to off-kilter tradeTrump’s $250-billion China ‘miracle’ adds gloss to off-kilter trade

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    The Globe and Mail - Asia / 10 d. 2 h. 43 min. ago
  • Chefs’ mad, bad image gets a makeover as kitchen culture changesChefs’ mad, bad image gets a makeover as kitchen culture changes

    The drug-filled, hardcore lifestyle of chefs is becoming a thing of the past. As Chris Johns learns, sustainability isn’t just a buzz word for menus but, for those in the kitchen, a new way of living

    The Globe and Mail - Food / 10 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Legendary designer Jean Paul Gaultier on Canadians, his fashion beginnings and his inner childLegendary designer Jean Paul Gaultier on Canadians, his fashion beginnings and his inner child

    Jean Paul Gaultier, fashion’s provocateur, is still setting his own course

    The Globe and Mail - Fashion / 10 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
  • Inside the fight to label sugary, salty and fatty foods in CanadaInside the fight to label sugary, salty and fatty foods in Canada

    Ottawa drew praise when it announced last year it would label foods high in sugar, salt and saturated fat. But when experts came together to make a short list of designs, the complexities of the plan came to the forefront, and the critics raised their voices.

    The Globe and Mail - Health / 10 d. 11 h. 22 min. ago
  • Actor Ed Westwick under investigation for sexual assault reportActor Ed Westwick under investigation for sexual assault report

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    The Globe and Mail - TV / 10 d. 13 h. 42 min. ago
  • Canadians’ viewing habits shifting to web-only: CRTC​Canadians’ viewing habits shifting to web-only: CRTC​

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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 10 d. 14 h. 41 min. ago
  • Ad industry group calls for resources for victims of sexual harassmentAd industry group calls for resources for victims of sexual harassment

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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 10 d. 16 h. 1 min. ago
  • Honouring mothers and families of young service members lost to war a poignant part of Remembrance DayHonouring mothers and families of young service members lost to war a poignant part of Remembrance Day

    Sandra Martin speaks with Diana Abel, an Ontario grandmother, who will lay the wreath at the cenotaph in Ottawa Nov. 11 in memory of her son, Corporal Michael David Abel

    The Globe and Mail - Life / 10 d. 16 h. 11 min. ago
  • Sick of running? Pole walking can be an adventurous alternativeSick of running? Pole walking can be an adventurous alternative

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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 10 d. 16 h. 41 min. ago
  • Five impressive pieces of art at the new Louvre Abu Dhabi​Five impressive pieces of art at the new Louvre Abu Dhabi​

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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 10 d. 17 h. 38 min. ago
  • Alt-country maverick Lydia Loveless’s deal is realAlt-country maverick Lydia Loveless’s deal is real

    The Alt-country and cow-punk rocker says her latest album, Real, is a love letter to the realization that her existence is just as valid as anyone elses

    The Globe and Mail - Music / 10 d. 17 h. 55 min. ago
  • My grandfather survived Vimy Ridge, but his shell shock was felt for generationsMy grandfather survived Vimy Ridge, but his shell shock was felt for generations

    I travelled to Vimy Ridge to honour my grandfather and the man he could have been

    The Globe and Mail - Life / 10 d. 19 h. 46 min. ago
  • Marijuana producers coalition pushes for looser advertising guidelinesMarijuana producers coalition pushes for looser advertising guidelines

    The Coalition for Responsible Cannabis Branding argued in its proposed guidelines that licensed producers must be able to explain to consumers why their products are better than black market offerings

    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 10 d. 21 h. 26 min. ago
  • China’s Tencent takes 12 percent stake in Snap as shares plungeChina’s Tencent takes 12 percent stake in Snap as shares plunge

    Snap’s stock fell 16 per cent to $12.67, well below their $17 initial public offering price in March, as investors fretted about Snap’s slowing user growth in the latest quarter and viewed Tencent’s move as an investment rather than the precursor to a merger

    The Globe and Mail - Asia / 11 d. 2 h. 11 min. ago
  • Asian stocks pause at peaks amid concerns over proposed U.S. tax cutsAsian stocks pause at peaks amid concerns over proposed U.S. tax cuts

    Investors were also keeping a wary eye on Saudi Arabia’s sweeping anti-graft purge and an escalation of tensions with Iran

    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 11 d. 12 h. 53 min. ago
  • Twitter doubles character limit to 280 for (nearly) everyoneTwitter doubles character limit to 280 for (nearly) everyone

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    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 11 d. 16 h. 3 min. ago
  • Acceptable Risk is a first-rate, fine Scandinavian-style thrillerAcceptable Risk is a first-rate, fine Scandinavian-style thriller

    The six-part mini-series, a co-production between Canadian and Irish companies, is a highly engaging, twist-filled journey

    The Globe and Mail - TV / 11 d. 17 h. 32 min. ago
  • My dad made sacrifices in the war, so why did his favourite big box store disrespect him?My dad made sacrifices in the war, so why did his favourite big box store disrespect him?

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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 11 d. 18 h. 11 min. ago
  • Gulf markets recede in wake of Saudi anti-corruption campaignGulf markets recede in wake of Saudi anti-corruption campaign

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    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 11 d. 23 h. 45 min. ago
  • Asian shares reach 10-year highs, oil edges down after rallyAsian shares reach 10-year highs, oil edges down after rally

    MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan extended early gains, rising 0.8 per cent to its loftiest peak since November 2007

    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 12 d. 13 h. 2 min. ago
  • Vancouver playwright Youssef is a new kind of Siminovitch winnerVancouver playwright Youssef is a new kind of Siminovitch winner

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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 12 d. 13 h. 54 min. ago
  • Canadian entrepreneur pushes back against offshoring in South AfricaCanadian entrepreneur pushes back against offshoring in South Africa

    Rob Briscoe’s IEC Holden has been using its Bombardier subcontract to manufacture locomotive engines locally while the competition sends its share of work back home

    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 12 d. 16 h. 18 min. ago
  • CBC’s Frankie Drake Mysteries is fabulously fun Canadian contentCBC’s Frankie Drake Mysteries is fabulously fun Canadian content

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    The Globe and Mail - TV / 12 d. 16 h. 56 min. ago
  • Scientist Rodolphe Barrangou on riding the gene-editing waveScientist Rodolphe Barrangou on riding the gene-editing wave

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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 12 d. 17 h. ago
  • The Walking Dead is now a dead show walkingThe Walking Dead is now a dead show walking

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    The Globe and Mail - TV / 12 d. 17 h. 16 min. ago
  • All I could do was listen as my grandfather spoke about the horror of warAll I could do was listen as my grandfather spoke about the horror of war

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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 12 d. 17 h. 36 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 12 d. 18 h. 1 min. ago
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    The riveting overlap between the performing body and real body intrigues and excites, but these experiential moments are too few

    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 12 d. 18 h. 2 min. ago
  • Rebuffed by American Airlines, Qatar Airways buys into Cathay PacificRebuffed by American Airlines, Qatar Airways buys into Cathay Pacific

    Quatar Airways purchases a near 10-per-cent stake in the airline

    The Globe and Mail - Asia / 13 d. 2 h. 40 min. ago
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    MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slipped 0.7 per cent to 552.8

    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 13 d. 12 h. 28 min. ago
  • Mi’kmaq playwright Cathy Elliott created powerful workMi’kmaq playwright Cathy Elliott created powerful work

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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 13 d. 13 h. 47 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 13 d. 15 h. 5 min. ago
  • These resorts show that travelling with tots doesn’t have to be a nightmareThese resorts show that travelling with tots doesn’t have to be a nightmare

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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 13 d. 15 h. 44 min. ago
  • Hoping for closure: A lost loved one’s story is finally toldHoping for closure: A lost loved one’s story is finally told

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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 13 d. 17 h. 6 min. ago
  • How severe will this flu season be? A look at the key factors experts are monitoringHow severe will this flu season be? A look at the key factors experts are monitoring

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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 13 d. 22 h. 58 min. ago
  • Black on Bay Street: Hadiya Roderique had it all. But still could not fit inBlack on Bay Street: Hadiya Roderique had it all. But still could not fit in

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    The Globe and Mail - Law / 15 d. 1 h. 36 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - TV / 15 d. 16 h. 35 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 15 d. 17 h. 36 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 15 d. 17 h. 59 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Life / 15 d. 18 h. 7 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 15 d. 18 h. 8 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Health / 15 d. 18 h. 12 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 16 d. 15 h. 4 min. ago
  • Steven Heinemann retrospective in Toronto celebrates Canada’s most artful ceramicistSteven Heinemann retrospective in Toronto celebrates Canada’s most artful ceramicist

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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 16 d. 15 h. 57 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 16 d. 16 h. 35 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 16 d. 17 h. 8 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 16 d. 18 h. 37 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Startups / 17 d. 4 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 17 d. 16 h. 46 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Relationships / 17 d. 16 h. 46 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 17 d. 16 h. 59 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 17 d. 17 h. 18 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 17 d. 18 h. 45 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 18 d. 16 h. 30 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Food / 18 d. 18 h. 11 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 18 d. 22 h. 9 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 19 d. 3 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 19 d. 10 h. 38 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Food / 19 d. 14 h. 12 min. ago
  • Canadian chefs experiment with koji, a famous fungus featured in Japanese cuisineCanadian chefs experiment with koji, a famous fungus featured in Japanese cuisine

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    The Globe and Mail - Food / 19 d. 17 h. 51 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Travel / 19 d. 20 h. 24 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Health / 19 d. 21 h. 47 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Theatre / 20 d. 0 h. 54 min. ago
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    Smart Box condenses lengthy, multipage agreements into a more easily digested, standard single sheet of information

    The Globe and Mail - Money / 20 d. 4 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Health / 20 d. 9 h. 53 min. ago
  • Toronto dinner party celebrating female chefs draws inspiration from Judy Chicago’s feminist artToronto dinner party celebrating female chefs draws inspiration from Judy Chicago’s feminist art

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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 22 d. 16 h. 55 min. ago
  • Vancouver Art Gallery features art worthy of royaltyVancouver Art Gallery features art worthy of royalty

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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 22 d. 17 h. 2 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 22 d. 20 h. 54 min. ago
  • Japanese automakers look to rekindle a youthful passion for carsJapanese automakers look to rekindle a youthful passion for cars

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    The Globe and Mail - Auto Shows / 22 d. 21 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Visual Arts / 22 d. 23 h. 7 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Money / 23 d. 15 h. 11 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 23 d. 15 h. 58 min. ago
  • In new book, astronaut Scott Kelly describes the mental, physical demands of space travelIn new book, astronaut Scott Kelly describes the mental, physical demands of space travel

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    The Globe and Mail - Health / 23 d. 17 h. 48 min. ago
  • I’m out of practice with conversation, but want to become more social. How do I start?I’m out of practice with conversation, but want to become more social. How do I start?

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    The Globe and Mail - Relationships / 23 d. 18 h. 11 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 23 d. 22 h. 45 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Growth / 24 d. 0 h. 25 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Relationships / 24 d. 18 h. 18 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Relationships / 24 d. 18 h. 52 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Money / 25 d. 4 h. 54 min. ago
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    The world’s largest online retailer said it would invest more than $5-billion and create up to 50,000 jobs for ‘Amazon HQ2’

    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 26 d. 22 h. 41 min. ago
  • Major research collaboration finds new genetic markers for breast-cancer riskMajor research collaboration finds new genetic markers for breast-cancer risk

    Researchers hope the findings will help determine who’s most at risk and lead to the development of more targeted drugs

    The Globe and Mail - Health / 26 d. 22 h. 54 min. ago
  • Justin Timberlake invited back to headline Super Bowl halftime showJustin Timberlake invited back to headline Super Bowl halftime show

    Singer returns 14 years after the ‘wardrobe malfunction’ with Janet Jackson cause a national controversy

    The Globe and Mail - Celebrity / 27 d. 12 h. 54 min. ago
  • Culinary tours give a glimpse of the world through a chef’s eyes – and taste budsCulinary tours give a glimpse of the world through a chef’s eyes – and taste buds

    Culinary royalty are increasingly leaving their kitchens to guide food-focused travellers on journeys though other countries’ cooking cultures.

    The Globe and Mail - Travel / 27 d. 17 h. 36 min. ago
  • Netflix leads streaming services in CanadaNetflix leads streaming services in Canada

    Report finds that the company accounts for a huge swath of ‘over-the-top’ TV subscriptions in the country

    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 29 d. 16 h. 48 min. ago
  • Catch up on the latest federal government tax changesCatch up on the latest federal government tax changes

    Tax announcements aimed at appeasing small business owners who were angered by policy proposals announced in July

    The Globe and Mail - Money / 29 d. 21 h. 6 min. ago
  • Brands risk backlash with tweets about Gord Downie's deathBrands risk backlash with tweets about Gord Downie's death

    Brands have to be cautious when wading in to public grieving, as potential customers might be feeling especially vulnerable emotionally

    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 29 d. 23 h. 3 min. ago
  • Acacia says it can’t pay $300-million upfront as part of Barrick-Tanzania deal Acacia says it can’t pay $300-million upfront as part of Barrick-Tanzania deal

    Acacia’s majority owner, Barrick Gold, said on Thursday it had agreed with Tanzania for Acacia to hand over the money and a 16 per cent stake in three of its mines to settle a dispute

    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 30 d. 0 h. 52 min. ago
  • Four ways to help your daughter set her own boundariesFour ways to help your daughter set her own boundaries

    There are preventive and proactive measures parents can take to prepare and protect their girls from unwanted advances, now and as they become women

    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 30 d. 17 h. 2 min. ago
  • Should I help clean up my father’s financial mess?Should I help clean up my father’s financial mess?

    No matter how you slice it, David Eddie writes, your father will not have much money as he lives out the remainder of his days

    The Globe and Mail - Relationships / 30 d. 19 h. ago
  • Expert tips to get the most out of every winery visitExpert tips to get the most out of every winery visit

    Visits to wine countries are so much more than a chance to get tipsy. Here’s how to enjoy the unique pleasures of any viticultural vacation

    The Globe and Mail - Travel / 30 d. 19 h. 38 min. ago
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    This is the weekly Report on Small Business newsletter.

    The Globe and Mail - Growth / 30 d. 22 h. 47 min. ago
  • Shopify to add up to 500 new jobs in Waterloo in coming yearsShopify to add up to 500 new jobs in Waterloo in coming years

    The Ottawa-based technology company says it plans to add between 300 to 500 full-time positions to focus on growing its Shopify Plus platform, which supports the largest and most complex retailers

    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 30 d. 23 h. ago
  • Announced changes to passive investments scarce on detailAnnounced changes to passive investments scarce on detail

    What you should know about the proposed measures to limit the deferral benefits of passive investments

    The Globe and Mail - Money / 30 d. 23 h. 30 min. ago
  • Barrick Gold reaches deal with Tanzania over Acacia disputeBarrick Gold reaches deal with Tanzania over Acacia dispute

    The provisional agreement comes with hefty concessions, including handing over a minority equity stake in Acacia’s Tanzanian operations to Tanzania

    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 31 d. 2 h. 6 min. ago
  • When Kickstarter isn’t enoughWhen Kickstarter isn’t enough

    Brother and sister entrepreneurs launched their customizable children’s books to help far-off family members keep in touch. But a cash shortage has left them struggling. Taking on an outside investor would bring needed money and expertise, an expert advises

    The Globe and Mail - Money / 31 d. 4 h. 53 min. ago
  • Bozoma Saint John: The fearless woman Uber’s comeback needsBozoma Saint John: The fearless woman Uber’s comeback needs

    Bozoma Saint John doesn’t say reviving the disruptive app’s image will be easy, but the company’s chief brand officer isn’t shying away from the challenge

    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 31 d. 15 h. 15 min. ago
  • Invisible angels: Young people caring for their family members go mostly unseenInvisible angels: Young people caring for their family members go mostly unseen

    Most kids their age would be involved in after-school activities or hanging out at the mall, but these teens go home to look after a family member with a physical or mental disability

    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 31 d. 15 h. 17 min. ago
  • Revised passive-income rules discourage small-business growth, critics sayRevised passive-income rules discourage small-business growth, critics say

    Updated proposal will only benefit small-business owners in short term, they argue

    The Globe and Mail - Money / 31 d. 15 h. 49 min. ago
  • Tax cut receives a lukewarm welcome from small-business ownersTax cut receives a lukewarm welcome from small-business owners

    Experts say the drop in the small-business tax rate benefits small corporations but does not help business owners personally

    The Globe and Mail - Money / 32 d. 16 h. 3 min. ago
  • Google’s Sidewalk Labs signs deal for ‘smart city’ makeover of Toronto’s waterfrontGoogle’s Sidewalk Labs signs deal for ‘smart city’ makeover of Toronto’s waterfront

    The partnership between Alphabet Inc.'s Sidewalk Labs and Waterfront Toronto could bring a bold experiment in city-building and high-tech to the city. The project will invest $50-million (U.S.) in a year-long planning process for a 12-acre district on the waterfront.

    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 32 d. 19 h. 9 min. ago
  • McKinsey apologizes for errors in South Africa corruption scandalMcKinsey apologizes for errors in South Africa corruption scandal

    Global consulting firm says it may have to give back $78-million (U.S.) in controversial payments from South African electricity monopoly

    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 33 d. 2 h. 10 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 33 d. 11 h. 45 min. ago
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    Increasing productivity and efficiency helped balance out higher pay, providing a template for Ontario and other jurisdictions facing the same challenge

    The Globe and Mail - Money / 33 d. 17 h. 8 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 33 d. 19 h. 2 min. ago
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    The LIGO observatory has spotted ripples of gravity from a collision of two neutron stars, shedding new light on the nuclear upheavals believed to have created much of the universe’s heavy metals

    The Globe and Mail - Science / 33 d. 23 h. 54 min. ago
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    Traditionally, new editions of the iPhone have sold quickly as fans queue for the latest upgrade and the surveys would add to signs that the iPhone 8 is not proving as popular as its predecessors

    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 34 d. 0 h. 4 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Travel / 34 d. 16 h. 23 min. ago
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    Meteorites tell us about places we’ve never been - from micro-worlds to Mars - and rocks can trade for anywhere between a couple of bucks and tens of thousands of dollars

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    The Globe and Mail - Health / 36 d. 14 h. 23 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 36 d. 20 h. 20 min. ago
  • How much do you know about the food you consume? Take our quizHow much do you know about the food you consume? Take our quiz

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    The Globe and Mail - Health / 36 d. 20 h. 47 min. ago
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    If your daughter doesn’t respond to a firm deadline, you may have to compel her to accept the “gift of independence,” David Eddie writes

    The Globe and Mail - Relationships / 37 d. 19 h. 4 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 37 d. 21 h. 30 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Growth / 38 d. 0 h. 40 min. ago
  • Trudeau in Mexico: A guide to his NAFTA goodwill tourTrudeau in Mexico: A guide to his NAFTA goodwill tour

    After visiting Washington, Trudeau’s mission to save NAFTA continued with his first-ever official visit to Mexico for a sit-down with Enrique Pena Nieto

    The Globe and Mail - Latin America / 38 d. 1 h. 47 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Travel / 38 d. 4 h. 53 min. ago
  • Scheduling in some personal time is essential to individual, marital healthScheduling in some personal time is essential to individual, marital health

    The fact that men still get more personal time than women is just one reason Dave McGinn thinks we all need to take leisure more seriously

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    The Globe and Mail - Money / 38 d. 20 h. 28 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 39 d. 17 h. 23 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 40 d. 14 h. 6 min. ago
  • Norfolk County’s rise from the ashes as a new hub of agritourismNorfolk County’s rise from the ashes as a new hub of agritourism

    The decline of cigarette smoking threatened to ruin Norfolk County. Now, it's been reimagined as a place to grow vegetables, make wine and welcome tourists

    The Globe and Mail - Travel / 40 d. 16 h. 57 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 41 d. 14 h. 36 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Relationships / 42 d. 4 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 44 d. 16 h. 21 min. ago
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    New revelations by a whistle-blower have raised questions about the consulting firm’s contract with the country’s electricity monopoly

    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 45 d. 16 h. 11 min. ago
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    The new devices, which include a Pixelbook laptop, wireless earbuds and a small GoPro-like camera, showcase Google-developed operating systems and services, notably the voice assistant

    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 45 d. 19 h. 22 min. ago
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    By embracing energetic and creative women, no matter their chronological age, as contemporary role models, we can reinvigorate our notion of how grandmothers should be

    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 45 d. 20 h. 14 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 46 d. 3 h. 17 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Marketing / 46 d. 16 h. 53 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Latin America / 47 d. 15 h. 20 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 47 d. 18 h. 55 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Money / 48 d. 16 h. 10 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 51 d. 2 h. 57 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Parenting / 51 d. 18 h. 29 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Money / 52 d. 4 h. 17 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Home & Design / 53 d. 4 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Tech News / 54 d. 0 h. 50 min. ago
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    The Prince and Markle held hands as they walked toward Toronto’s city hall to take part in an Invictus Games event

    The Globe and Mail - Celebrity / 54 d. 19 h. 9 min. ago
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    The price of a practice has almost doubled as practitioners and aggressive corporations compete for space and patients

    The Globe and Mail - Growth / 54 d. 23 h. 58 min. ago
  • Toronto’s Fields Institute tasks math students with real-life problemsToronto’s Fields Institute tasks math students with real-life problems

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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 57 d. 21 h. 28 min. ago
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    Analyzing the remains of a Neanderthal child from Spain, researchers have found signs that the long childhood may not have been unique to Homo sapiens

    The Globe and Mail - Science / 58 d. 19 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Africa & Mideast / 59 d. 16 h. 9 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 59 d. 19 h. 47 min. ago
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    Maryam Siddiqi’s picks for autumn’s best style reads answer a range of questions; from building the perfect bar cart to how Paris became the world's fashion capital

    The Globe and Mail - Home & Design / 60 d. 4 h. 54 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 62 d. 13 h. 9 min. ago
  • BMW shows off new vehicles for the first time in FrankfurtBMW shows off new vehicles for the first time in Frankfurt

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    The Globe and Mail - Auto Shows / 63 d. 3 h. 52 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Celebrity / 65 d. 21 h. 26 min. ago
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    Expected to be completed next year, the facility would triple Amazon’s distribution space in Mexico, home to around 120 million potential customers

    The Globe and Mail - Latin America / 66 d. 19 h. 7 min. ago
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    Cassini utterly transformed scientists’ understanding of the solar system’s most visually spectacular world

    The Globe and Mail - Science / 67 d. 11 h. 16 min. ago
  • VW spends billions more on electric cars in search for mass marketVW spends billions more on electric cars in search for mass market

    The German auto maker is rolling out 80 new electric cars by 2025

    The Globe and Mail - Auto Shows / 68 d. 19 h. 23 min. ago
  • Volkswagen, Mercedes scramble to plug diesel gap in crisis recoveryVolkswagen, Mercedes scramble to plug diesel gap in crisis recovery

    Auto makers banking on fuel-efficient engines to meet tougher emissions rules, but demand has slumped

    The Globe and Mail - Auto Shows / 69 d. 0 h. 57 min. ago
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    The storm left airports and other buildings damaged or flattened across prime vacation islands such as St. Martin and Barbuda

    The Globe and Mail - Latin America / 69 d. 20 h. 40 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Science / 71 d. 12 h. 24 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Latin America / 71 d. 14 h. 52 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 75 d. 12 h. 28 min. ago
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    MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dipped 0.4 per cent with South Korea’s main index down 0.6 per cent

    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 76 d. 13 h. 13 min. ago
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  • Labour laggard: Why New Brunswick is losing jobs and workersLabour laggard: Why New Brunswick is losing jobs and workers

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    The Globe and Mail - Jobs / 80 d. 15 h. 39 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 83 d. 13 h. 30 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 87 d. 13 h. 1 min. ago
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    The Globe and Mail - Markets / 88 d. 12 h. 14 min. ago
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