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Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Home sellers stress in December to avoid the stress test in January
Market still active ahead of usually-quiet holidays as new rules loom; condo market ‘on fire''

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Six months after fire, Grenfell Tower is symbolic of a divided Britain
Six months after the horrific high-rise blaze, anger seethes over slow help for survivors and a public inquiry that appears out of touch

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

B.C. reviews list of doctors who can assess auto-injury victims
Insurance Corp. removes one practitioner amid concerns of inaccurate medical reports

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

House of Commons breaks for holidays as MPs reflect on 2018
Biggest challenges facing Ottawa are those it doesn''t control, Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains says

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

For MLS Cup star Jozy Altidore, move to Toronto has let him find his happy place
In recent weeks, Altidore has opened up about how he has grown to love Toronto FC fans

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Development company appeals rejection of condo in Vancouver's Chinatown
One of the most controversial building proposals in Vancouver''s recent history is headed for another attempt at approval

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

The rebirth of the Irish language has Northern Ireland talking?
After centuries of being suppressed and cast aside, Irish Gaelic is undergoing something of a revival. But not all of the tensions of the past have gone away, and the renewed interest has caused some discord

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Residential-school survivor gets permission from government to donate documents
Ottawa says it will allow ex-residential-school student Angela Shisheeh to give her court transcripts to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Despite the good food and fun, Vancouver's Honey Salt doesn't bring anything new to the table
Las Vegas import Honey Salt's farm-to-table approach to food is already old hat in Vancouver

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Hillary Clinton hopes Democrats' win in Alabama is a ‘turning of the tide'
Former U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says the Democrats'' surprise win in the Alabama Senate race is a 'turning point' for Americans opposed to Donald Trump. Clinton is in Vancouver promoting her book, What Happened.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Asian stocks edge higher after Fed meeting; dollar and U.S. yields sag
The Federal Reserve raised rates for the third time this year while sticking to its projection for three rate increases next year

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Morneau's small-business tax revisions show he's ending 2017 in constant retreat
For the Finance Minister, shaving the edges off the income-sprinkling measures was yet another sacrifice to buy some peace before the holidays, but it''s too late for goodwill

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Nova Scotia teacher Helen Buckler liked to share her love of reading
Teacher. Volunteer. Reader. Mother. Born Oct. 21, 1927, in Dodsland, Sask.; died Aug. 5, 2017, in Kentville, N.S., of pneumonia; aged 89.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

PBS suspends talk show Tavis Smiley after sexual misconduct investigation
The public broadcaster said they used an outside law firm to conduct an investigation immediately after learning of allegations regarding Smiley

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Bill Morneau explains revisions to small business tax proposals
The federal government is tweaking proposed tax changes for small-business owners distributing earnings among family members. Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre is calling the revisions a 'cobweb of complicated rules.'

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Bill Morneau explains revisions to small-business tax proposals
The federal government is tweaking proposed tax changes for small-business owners distributing earnings among family members. Conservative finance critic Pierre Poilievre is calling the revisions a 'cobweb of complicated rules.'

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Britain's Theresa May suffers Brexit defeat
British lawmakers vote to change Prime Minister Theresa May's blueprint for Brexit, to give themselves more power over the terms of withdrawal from the European Union. David Doyle reports.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Ecuador's vice president sentenced to six years in Odebrecht graft case
Jorge Glas was found guilty of receiving bribes from the Brazilian construction company in return for handing the scandal-ridden firm state contracts

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Vancouver artist Al Neil followed his own beat
His unorthodox creative odyssey took him from playing bebop piano to causing a stir in Paris with his artwork to writing a novel about drugs and jazz

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Fed raises rates, but Yellen's swan song holds a note of caution
While Yellen has laid out the game plan for monetary policy''s eventual return to normal, most of the game has yet to be played

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Man who made $7.5-million pledge to B.C. junior hockey team charged with fraud
Michael Lawrence Gould was charged with forgery and fraud after a restaurant owner complained to police about an unpaid bill

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Canadian crude tumbles amid pipeline bottlenecks
Enbridge, Keystone restrictions occur as Suncor''s Fort Hills, other expansions gear up

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Trudeau helps unveil Centennial Flame's Nunavut crest
The Prime Minister helped unveil a crest representing Nunavut on Wednesday, which was added to the Centennial Flame on Parliament Hill. Justin Trudeau helped reignite the flame with Nunavut''s Premier and the Governor-General.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Streetwise newsletter: CIBC looks to solve Caribbean problem, double profits from U.S. operations
Plus: Fidelity Canada to open Toronto trading desk

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

In Earthlings exhibition, seven storytellers take sincere look at humankind
The pieces included in Earthlings are examples of what Toronto-based artist Shary Boyle calls 'bridge art' - work that identifies and reinforces our connections

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Federal government plan aims to reduce carbon content in fossil fuels
Ottawa expects the regulations will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 30 million tonnes a year by 2030, the equivalent of taking seven million cars off the road

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Liberal government opens door to export of Canadian-made weapons to Ukraine
Foreign Affairs Minister touts the addition of Ukraine to what is known as the automatic firearms country control list as a sign of Canada''s enduring support for the battle-scarred country

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

This unloved bull market just hit another milestone
U.S. equities have not experienced a mild downturn in well over a year

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Plate-gate: Listen to the ghosts of the past, present and future
Given the spirit of the season, the best hope for a resolution to the Saskatchewan-Alberta licence plate fiasco is not partisan barbs, but rather in the wisdom Scrooge himself took to heart

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Ottawa to buy $100-million worth of contracts from startups under new program to boost tech sector
Program modelled on successful U.S. effort that helped turn Qualcomm and Symantec into giants

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Ottawa to buy $100-million worth of technology from startups under new program to boost tech sector
Program modelled on successful U.S. effort that helped turn Qualcomm and Symantec into giants

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Evening Update newsletter: Small-business taxes, home prices, Doug Jones
Also: MLSE strikes deal to buy Toronto Argonauts

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

These preferred shares are looking particularly attractive right now
If central banks continue to hike rates, some underperforming segments of the market could flip to provide the best opportunities

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Newly approved CPP changes end age restrictions on survivor benefits
Anyone previously denied survivor benefits because of the age rule will be able to re-apply for benefits when the rules take effect in 2019

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Globe editorial: Why do Ottawa's lawyers keep hindering reconciliation?
Each of us has stories only we can tell, and residential-school survivor Angela Shisheesh has a searing one she wants to preserve for future generations.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Globe editorial: After Alabama, Donald Trump is a liability for his party
It would be a mistake to overstate the significance of the election victory of Democratic candidate Doug Jones in Alabama on Tuesday.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Dollarama's share buyback needs a price check
Shareholders may be hard-pressed to connect the dots that plan is fuelled by adding debt

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

The surprising way one of the greatest TSX success stories is paying for its share buybacks
Shareholders may be hard-pressed to connect the dots that plan is fuelled by adding debt

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

While my kids put off parenthood, I've found a surrogate grandchild - a puppy
The reality for now is there are no cribs on the horizon, only a dog crate, Elaine Peebles writes

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

CIBC aims to double share of profits from U.S. operations
The strategy laid out by banking executives envisions the total share of its earnings coming from U.S.-based commercial banking

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Jagmeet Singh not ‘discouraged' by poor by-election results
Jagmeet Singh says he didn''t expect to 'turn the ship around' in two months as NDP leader. Singh says his party''s dismal showing in four recent by-elections only encourages him to work harder.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Where holiday shoppers roam, investors are sure to follow
We look for U.S. consumer stocks with showing profits and paying dividends

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

U.S. retail stocks showing profits and paying dividends
We look for U.S. consumer stocks with showing profits and paying dividends

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

High-risk stock bets to cash in on the cryptocurrency craze
Investors that don''t want to buy bitcoin might be interested in purchasing stocks involved in the sector instead - but it''ll be a volatile ride

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Canadian stocks that could have you cashing in on the cryptocurrency craze
Investors that don''t want to buy bitcoin might be interested in purchasing stocks involved in the sector instead - but it''ll be a volatile ride

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

MLSE strikes deal to buy Toronto Argonauts
Sale is expected to close in January 2018

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

New Brunswick to seek new fuel source to replace coal at Belledune plant
Energy and Resource Development Minister Rick Doucet said NB Power will look at alternatives such as hydrogen, biomass and natural gas

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Fidelity Canada to open Toronto trading desk
The desk is expected to launch in early 2018 and will not only trade securities for the assets managed in Canada but also some of Fidelity''s international business

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Montreal moves to ban sale of sugary drinks inside city buildings
Motion passed this week aims to prohibit soda, sports drinks and other sweetened beverages from being sold at municipal installations such as administrative buildings, libraries and arenas

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Why Ottawa needs to nudge Canada's boards toward greater diversity
The term 'diversity' is not defined in Bill C-25. When diversity is left undefined, even on the most basic level, as we saw in the United States, it loses its emphasis

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

The close: TSX at record-high close as gold miners gain
Wall Street mixed as financials drag after Fed rate hike

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Lexpert: Bitcoin and the cryptocurrency gold rush
Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies have the potential to transform vast swathes of the deal world

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Accused in Edmonton attack still waiting for psychiatric assessment due to bed shortage
Abdulahi Hasan Sharif is accused of attempted murder after a police officer was hit by a car and stabbed

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

The 10 most overlooked, underrated and unfairly dismissed movies of 2017
There''s a natural point at which every critic's 'top films' start to blend together into a unified chorus. To offset the familiar shouts and murmurs, The Globe and Mail presents its annual alternative list

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Authorities clampdown on charity for evicted migrant workers in Beijing
Thousands of workers who came to the city from others parts of China are being evicted in the cold of winter, after the local government declared their homes unsafe

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

In Beijing, helping freezing migrants will get you in trouble with the law
Thousands of workers who came to the city from others parts of China are being evicted in the cold of winter, after the local government declared their homes unsafe

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to retire at end of contract
Goodell''s extension through 2024 will allow him to help negotiate a new labour deal when the current collective bargaining agreement expires in 2021

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Police kill gunman during hostage situation at bank north of Toronto
York region police Const. Andy Pattenden said no one else was injured during the incident at a Royal Bank branch in Maple, Ont.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Bitcoin, blockchain startups cashing in on cryptocurrency frenzy
Hive Blockchain Technologies Ltd. has been making the most of the heightened interest, announcing plans to raise as much as $100-million to buy more digital currency mining hardware

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Inuit artist collective Isuma to represent Canada at Venice Biennale
The group''s participation in Italy marks the first presentation of art by Inuit in the Canada Pavilion at the influential contemporary-art happening

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Tide of rebellion in midst of perfect political storm sweeps Jones to victory
National uproar over sexual misconduct and support for Jones from black voters help spurn Moore

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

WTO set to end meeting with no deals after U.S. rebukes
Even relatively minor proposals on e-commerce and fishing subsidy curbs ran aground

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

The U.S. hasn't seen the last of Roy Moore's ilk
The schism in the Republican Party between moderates and white nationalists will likely intensify in the months ahead

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

How badly does CIBC want to solve its Caribbean problem?
CEO Victor Dodig is considering listing bank''s Barbados-based subsidiary on U.S. stock markets

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

New plan for fighter jet purchase is sensible - but risky
Its success is entirely dependent on meeting stated timelines, something for which past experience does not bode well

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Review: Severn Thompson's Peter Pan does the classic tale proud, but could use some tinkering for adults
This is a show both for actual kids and for those of us who keep our urge for make believe close to the surface

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Experienced defence expected on Canada's junior hockey team
Eleven defencemen, including three returning players, are vying for seven spots on Canada''s men''s junior hockey team. Kale Clague says the team is aiming to avoid shootouts after losing last year''s tournament final in a shootout.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Boeing dispute could give Lockheed Martin edge in race to supply Canadian jets
Trudeau''s government scrapped plans to buy 18 Boeing Super Hornets, signalling the company would not win a contract unless it dropped a trade challenge against Bombardier

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Wall Street extends gains slightly after expected Fed rate hike
TSX hits record high

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

These jewels of Florida's Gulf Coast offer a friendly alternative to Sanibel Island
Vacationers often ignore the city, driving straight through town to Sanibel, which has more cache. But Fort Myers has a busy downtown with lots to offer

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Polar bears, supermodels and Trump: We're all fact-checkers now
I know personally that the volume of information and questionable images is overwhelming, but it''s worth the effort to find out if they''re true

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Lexpert roundup: Cryptocurrency gold rush; 'Bitcrazy'; Bad coin offering
A roundup of the latest content from the magazine for Canada''s legal community

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

British lawmakers defeat government's Brexit bill
Parliament voted 309 to 305 in favour of an amendment to demand parliament pass a separate bill to approve any final deal with the EU

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

British lawmakers defeat Theresa May's government on Brexit bill
Parliament voted 309 to 305 in favour of an amendment to demand parliament pass a separate bill to approve any final deal with the EU

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Salma Hayek says rebuffing Weinstein led to nightmare making Frida biopic
Hayek says her refusals of massages, showers and sex enraged him, and he insisted on a sex scene with full frontal nudity in the film

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Saudi Aramco to push ahead with market share, expansion strategy: CEO
The world''s largest oil producer plans to push ahead with a downstream expansion strategy to be on par with Big Oil

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Bombardier unions expect protracted trade dispute with Boeing over C Series
Unifor and Unite the Union say the chances are slim that the U.S. will lower or cancel the 300 per cent import duties applied in a preliminary ruling

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Beyond The Last Jedi: See your favourite Star Wars costumes in Florida
The travelling exhibition explores the creative processes of the wardrobe designers who have turned George Lucas''s vision into reality

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

How to survive a family vacation with the grandparents
Multigenerational travel has its benefits (grandpa as babysitter) and its drawbacks (grandma will indulge your kids when you don''t want to). Here''s how to make the journeys joyous

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Bitcoin's sudden drop forces volatility halt after record run
Digital currency declines days after introduction of futures

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

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Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

What is the proper way to dry a wine glass?
The objective is to avoid two things, breakage and spots. Unfortunately, the first is inconsistent with the first rule of kitchen drudgery - getting the job done as quickly as possible

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Wife of Luc Robitaille says Trump ‘was aggressive' with her in elevator
Stacia Robitaille tweeted earlier this week about an encounter with Trump from several years ago

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Star Wars promotion reveals the dark side of Disney's future for film
Disney's promotion of The Last Jedi portends a troubling future for moviegoing

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Nova Scotia becomes first province to ban declawing domestic cats
The Canadian Veterinary Medical Association says the practice causes unnecessary and avoidable pain

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Stuck on an obli-cation? A plan to get the most out of trips you have to take
Instead of dreading the places you are forced to visit, Gregory Quinion advises people to discover these destinations anew by finding hidden gems

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Jeffrey Gundlach says investors should add commodities in portfolios
DoubleLine CEO points to relationship between the S&P 500 and the S&P Goldman Sachs Commodity Index

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

U.K. baby born with heart outside body survives surgery
Baby Vanellope could be the first ectopia cordis survivor in Britain.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Dave Mossop on directing a tribute film to late freeskiing legend JP Auclair
Imagination, a 4 1/2-minute short feature, has garnered several million views online and won several awards

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Alabama proves that appealing to Trump voters is a lost cause. The power is elsewhere
Doug Jones''s win was no miracle. The priority of any representative should be protecting the rights of the most vulnerable. This race was won by the determination of organizers, the bravery of women who spoke out and the tenacity of black voters in the face of systemic discrimination

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Fed raises interest rates, keeps policy outlook unchanged for 2018
The move, coming at the final policy meeting of 2017 and on the heels of a flurry of relatively bullish economic data, represented a victory for a central bank that has vowed to continue a gradual tightening of monetary policy

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

With rate hike expected, Fed may hint at Trump tax overhaul's effect on economy
The Fed''s policy statement and its latest economic projections are due to be released at 2 p.m. EST

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

House, Senate leaders reach deal on U.S. tax package
House and Senate GOP leaders forged an agreement Wednesday on a sweeping overhaul of the nation''s tax laws, paving the way for final votes next week to slash taxes for businesses and give many Americans modest tax cuts starting next year.

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

House, Senate leaders reach deal on U.S. tax package: sources
Top GOP aides said lawmakers had reached an agreement in principle on the final package

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Ontario's anti-scalping rules voted into law; focus shifts to enforcement
Province touts legislation as banner move to protect consumers, but track record for enforcement in other province''s isn''t good

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Eat and drink your way through Mexico City's Polanco
This neighbourhood in Distrito Federal finds the middle ground between haute couture and hipster

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Census 2016: Where is the discussion about Indigenous education?
While high-school completion rates among First Nations students have improved, there is still a large gap relative to the Canadian average

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Autonomous cars could transform transportation for people with mobility challenges
Advent of self-driving cars could mean more personal mobility for people with severe disabilities and aging Canadians who are no longer able to drive

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Recipe: Chicken, sausage and squash tray bake with twice-cooked grains
For many, Christmas Eve is about culinary traditions. For others, it''s comfort food and good company - and this hearty tray bake fits the bill

Globe and Mail
Dec 13, 2017

Bon Jovi, Nina Simone among Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees
Dire Straits, the Moody Blues and The Cars will also be inducted

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