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June 14, 2018 12:13 AM Benefits of Toronto hosting World Cup games outweigh the costs, Mayor Tory says

There will also be significant costs associated with security for the event, but Tory said the city is counting on the partnerships with other governments to make that happen. “They have at their disposal not only the financial resources but, more importantly, the policing and security resources to make sure we do that well,” he said. Tory pointed to the city’s 17

June 12, 2018 11:15 PM Notley says Canada needs Trans Mountain pipeline amid Trump’s ‘reckless’ trade attacks

CALGARY—Alberta’s premier says the Trump administration’s recent attacks on Canadian trade show how necessary it is to go ahead with the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Rachel Notley has taken aim at what she called reckless U.S. moves against Canada’s steel and aluminum industries. She told the Global Petroleum Show in Calgary that Canada needs to be strategic 15

June 7, 2018 9:05 PM Epilepsy double the national average in First Nations population: study

A new study suggests that the incidence of epilepsy among First Nations people is twice that of the non-Indigenous population. A new study suggests that the incidence of epilepsy among First Nations people in Canada is twice that of the non-Indigenous population. Research from the University of Saskatchewan showed a national rate annually of 62 new cases 9

June 3, 2018 9:33 PM Should you join your money with your honey?

When the dust settles after the ceremony, reception and second helpings of tiered wedding cakes, newly married couples in Canada must decide whether to join their banking. Technically speaking, so long as the couple works together to achieve their goals as a team, they can do joint or separate banking. But, in my experience, the benefits of combining 16

May 25, 2018 7:50 PM Federal deficit on track to meet $19.4B projected in 2018 budget

Federal government posted a $10.6B deficit in March 2018 Canada is on track to meet its projected annual deficit figure of $19.4 billion for this fiscal year, according to new figures released by the Department of Finance. "There was a budgetary deficit of $10.6 billion in March 2018, compared to a budgetary deficit of $10.4 billion reported for March 24

May 17, 2018 2:31 PM Miss America taps women for leadership spots

The scandal began when the Huffington Post published leaked emails showing pageant officials ridiculing past Miss Americas, including crass and sometimes vulgar comments about them. The emails included one that used a vulgar term for female genitalia to refer to past Miss America winners, one that wished that a particular former Miss America had died and others 13

May 8, 2018 12:11 PM Iran president warns of ‘problems’ as Trump decision on nuclear deal looms

Without directly naming Trump, Hassan Rouhani’s remarks represented the first official Iranian comment on the U.S. president’s tweet that he’d make an announcement on the deal Tuesday. However, the deal came with time limits and did not address Iran’s ballistic missile program or its regional policies. Trump has repeatedly pointed at that, while referring 13

April 16, 2018 12:12 PM Justin Trudeau discusses Mali peacekeeping mission with Michaelle Jean

Former Canadian governor general Michaelle Jean thanked Canada for agreeing to send forces to Mali, which is a former French colony and current member of the Francophonie, adding: “The Sahel region, for Mali and for all of us, is a question of high importance.” She went on to thank Canada for agreeing to send forces to Mali, which is a former French 24

April 5, 2018 6:01 PM Tim Hortons falls from 4th to 50th in survey of Canadians’ most admired brands

Tim Hortons recently faced an onslaught of negative publicity as some of its Ontario franchisees clawed back employee benefits, sparking nationwide protests and boycotts. Tim Hortons recently faced an onslaught of negative publicity as some of its Ontario franchisees clawed back employee benefits, such as paid breaks, to help offset the province’s minimum 25

March 30, 2018 8:00 AM Every bit of exercise counts in reducing risk of early death: Study

'It's the total physical activity that matters,' says cardiologist and researcher William Kraus This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news emailed to subscribers every Saturday morning. There's a lot of conflicting advice out there about how much exercise is enough to stay healthy 18