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Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Armor All Wash Wipes are convenient but wasteful
The wipes are effective on exteriors of lightly soiled cars, pulling up dust, road grime and bird droppings

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Russian bobsledder admits to doping, is disqualified at Olympics
Nadezhda Sergeeva has accepted a provisional suspension, Court of Arbitration for Sport said Saturday

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Feb. 24: Trudeau's trip goes south. Plus other letters to the editor
Other topics include Olympic failure, gun control and international aid

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

U.S. wins Olympic men's curling gold, defeating Sweden 10-7
John Shuster skipped the United States to a 10-7 victory on Saturday

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Canadian skiier Alex Harvey finishes fourth in 50km mass start
Harvey was six seconds shy of the podium in what has been considered his final Olympic appearance

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Canadian skier arrested at Olympics after alleged drunken car theft: report
Canadian Olympic Committee CEO Chris Overholt confirmed on Saturday that an investigation was underway but would not get into further details

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Canadian athlete, wife, manager allegedly steal car and drive drunk at Winter Olympics
Canadian Olympic Committee CEO Chris Overholt confirmed on Saturday that an investigation was underway but would not get into further details

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Las Vegas Knights best Canucks in Friday showdown
Karlsson scored two goals and Reilly Smith had three assists to lead the Vegas Golden Knights to a 6-3 victory over the Vancouver Canucks on Friday

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Speed skater Kim Boutin named Canada's flag bearer for closing ceremony
Boutin won three medals in Pyeongchang - one silver and two bronzes

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Denis Shapovalov beats Taylor Fritz in straight sets at Delray Beach Open
The 18-year-old Shapovalov lost only five points on his first serve and was never broken. His opponent Saturday will be the winner of the match late Friday between No. 8-seeded Chung Hyeon of South Korea and American wild-card Frances Tiafoe.

Globe and Mail
Feb 24, 2018

Feb. 24: Your daily horoscope
Your daily horoscope

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Connor Hellebuyck makes 34 saves as Jets beat Blues
The Jets, with 81 points, have a solid grasp of second place in the Central Division

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Bucks end Raptors' winning streak with OT win
Raptors staged a feisty fourth-quarter comeback, but the Bucks ultimately prevailed

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Jessica Korda shoots course-record 62 to lead LPGA Thailand
the American fired eight birdies and finished with an eagle to move to 16 under par at the halfway point, a 36-hole record for the event

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

‘Justice for Tina will come from all of us': Death of Fontaine sparked inquiry, but family still searches for answers
The death of this child made clear the urgent need for a national inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women. Yet Tina Fontaine's case remains unresolved. Her legacy, however, is a lesson that is ours for the taking.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Tiger Woods in contention in low-scoring Honda Classic
So bunched were the scores that Woods was four shots out of the lead and four shots from last place among the 76 players who made the cut at 5-over 145

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Senators move Derick Brassard to Penguins in three-team deal
Ottawa have acquired Filip Gustavsson, Ian Cole, a 2018 first-round draft pick and a 2019 third-rounder from Pittsburgh

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

After Parkland shooting, teenagers rapidly reshaping gun debate in United States
American youth have lawmakers considering changes that would have been unthinkable a month ago

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Canadian snowboarder Sébastien Toutant wins gold in men's big air
Toutant finished with a score of 174.25 in the event, new to the Pyeongchang games

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Canadian Sébastien Toutant wins gold medal in men's big air
Toutant finished with a score of 174.25 in the event, new to the Pyeongchang games

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Canadian officials urged to reconsider Anbang Insurance health-care deal
Announcement that government in Beijing is taking control of insurance company amid violations raises red flags in Canada

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Trudeau's stumbles in India: a crafty foreign plot to let the Liberals shoot themselves in the foot?
The argument raised by a senior Canadian official is that somebody in India thinks Ottawa is too cozy with Sikh separatist extremists inside Canada, and wanted to make that point by embarrassing the Prime Minister.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Cracks appear in Sidewalk Labs' Toronto waterfront plan after fanfare
Google affiliate's plans for tech utopia face privacy, development concerns

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Missing Alberta plane found in U.S., no survivors
Plane with four passengers on board took off Thursday morning for Albuquerque, but did not arrive at its destination

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

The Patrick Brown saga should be a wakeup call for all political parties
His downfall began with sexual-misconduct allegations but later developments show it's about something else, too: the vulnerability of our parties to being taken over, in a way that calls into question what those parties are.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

As Montreal's cookie era ends, so does a century-old utopian scheme for urban development
Charles-Théodore Viau, who made his fortune in the 1800s in the bakery business, dreamed of creating a model village based on design principles that eventually coalesced into a movement known as City Beautiful.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

UN delays vote on Syria ceasefire
The UN Security Council delayed a vote Friday on a demand for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria where pro-government warplanes have been pounding eastern Ghouta, reportedly killing over 460 people.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Calgary's Tubby Dog finds fast-casual success with an elevated staple
Quirky eatery Tubby Dog seems to have become both a Calgary institution and an inspiration for others looking to find success serving one item and doing it well

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Curlers sweep South Koreans off their feet
In a Winter Games that was pitched as a way to unite a divided peninsula, a quartet with unusual nicknames has given the host country something to be root for and be proud of

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

As Winter Olympics come to an end, what does South Korea take away from the Games?
In a Winter Games that was pitched as a way to unite a divided peninsula, a quartet with unusual nicknames has given the host country something to be root for and be proud of

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Amplify: Listening to the stories of women on the frontline will help us all find solidarity
In this issue of Amplify, guest editor Simona Chiose talks about how conversations around #MeToo and sexual harassment and assault cases need to move to the frontline - not just those with a big platform

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Couillard open to giving Montreal's subway contract to Bombardier
Couillard says the move could stave off potential job losses at Bombardier's La Pocatiere plant

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

John Tory's middle-of-the-road straddling is an awkward stretch on Yonge Street
Mayor's attempt to safely respond to a divisive election-year issue is an obstacle to North York Centre's arrival in the 21st century

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Valérie Plante's first three months as Montreal mayor marked by growing pains
Her expected honeymoon lasted exactly 66 days and - as with many things in politics - it died from taxes, a broken promise and a botched damage-control plan.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Maple Leafs confident they can hang on without Matthews
Budding superstar is ‘day-to-day' after getting banged up in Thursday‘s game

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Only one of 80 Ontario doctors flagged by province to face disciplinary hearing over opioid prescriptions
The province's medical regulator has opted for ‘remediation' rather than harsher penalties in most of the cases it investigated.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

La Loche mayor ‘pleased' teen gunman will be sentenced as adult
The mayor of La Loche, Saskatchewan says a ruling to sentence a young gunman who killed four people in 2016 as an adult is 'the right decision.' Robert St. Pierre says lessons must be learned from the tragedy.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

New B.C. housing tax stirs fear among Albertans with vacation homes next door
Albertans with vacation homes in B.C. are worried they could be swept up by a new provincial tax on out-of-province owners

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Biggest challenge for Hector Bremner is to convince the NPA - and voters - that he's ready to be mayor
Adrienne Tanner is a former senior editor of the Vancouver Sun and Province.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Uncertainty abounds as N.S. teachers vote for illegal job action over sweeping government proposals
Parents, students caught in the middle as province publicly disputes with its public-school educators

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

CEO, Directors buying at Encana
Energy giant sees contrarian insider action

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

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Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Saudi Arabia stages first jazz festival in bid to shed conservative image
Locals and foreigners flocked to the three-day festival to watch bands from Riyadh, Beirut and New Orleans

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Growing labour shortages, higher wages a pressing concern for Canadian businesses
After years of creeping recovery, Canadian entrepreneurs are ready to start investing more in their work force - but are finding it difficult to fill their vacant positions.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Canada aims to break auto impasse in next round of NAFTA talks
‘NAFTA is no good, it never was any good,' Trump declares ahead of next round of talks

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Sensor city: Sidewalk Labs' Toronto project triggers debate over data
The project would generate a pool of almost unimaginably rich data about how people live their lives, but concerns have begun to emerge that uncritically embracing the opportunity could set precedents that stifle Canada's potential

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Sonja Bata believed good design made lives better
She had 'an uncompromising vision for design, and would find a way to bring out the best?'

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

U.S. to open Jerusalem embassy in May
The United States said on Friday it will open its embassy to Israel in Jerusalem in May, a move from Tel Aviv that reverses decades of U.S. policy and is bound to trouble U.S. allies who have already objected.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Streetwise newsletter: The week's best reads: OMERS, Cryptocurrencies, RBC
PLUS: CIBC's capital markets arm got a boost from its equity trading business

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

William Whitehead, 86, was a great CBC documentary writer who lived a life of devotion
He produced many brilliant scripts for TV and radio, but he saw himself primarily as the partner who enabled novelist Timothy Findley to produce his remarkable award-winning body of work.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Actively managed ETFs just keep getting hotter
Canadians more likely than investors elsewhere to put their money into into the funds

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Study finds gap in university students', faculty's appraisal of skills gleaned in class
The report, released Thursday, surveyed a panel of faculty, students and career counselling staff at Canadian colleges and universities on their views of the links between academic courses and employer needs and demands

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Trudeau to meet with MP who put Jaspal Atwal on guest list
Justin Trudeau is pledging a ‘conversation' with Liberal MP Randeep Sarai. Sarai is claiming responsibility for inviting convicted failed assassin Jaspal Atwal to two high-profile receptions during the prime minister's India trip.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

‘We've all failed her': Marchers remember Tina Fontaine
Hundreds of people marched in Winnipeg on Friday in memory of Indigenous teen Tina Fontaine, a day after Raymond Cormier was acquitted in her death. Speakers said the 15-year-old was the victim of systems that 'failed' to protect her.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Pyeongchang 2018: What to watch on Day 15 at the Winter Olympics
Canadians Mark McMorris and Max Parrot will be looking to earn their second medals of the Games and Alex Harvey goes for gold in cross-country skiing

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Former NFL player Jonathan Martin detained by police after threatening Instagram post
The post spoke of revenge for bullying, showed a shotgun and referred to a private prep school in Los Angeles by name

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Opéra de Montréal to present 10-round boxing ‘opera in jazz'
It's the Canadian premiere of Champion, about real-life boxer Emile Griffith, who killed an opponent in the ring in 1962.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Dropbox files for IPO of up to $500-million
The San Francisco-based company competes with much larger technology firms such as Google and Microsoft

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Evening Update newsletter: Tina Fontaine, Bruce McArthur, Olympics
Also: Training to live with pain: What we can learn from Olympic athletes

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Review: Cottagers and Indians is a charmingly low-key production with no heroes or villains
Ojibwa playwright Drew Hayden Taylor's latest is inspired by a real dispute between Ontario cottage owners and local Indigenous people trying to revive an old tradition

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Budget to factor in cost of pay equity in public sector, federally regulated jobs: source
Finance Minister Bill Morneau's budget will start laying the foundation for Ottawa to deliver on some long-awaited goals towards achieving pay equity

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

What you need to know about tackling TFSAs, RRSPs, currencies and dividends
With the March 1 RRSP deadline and the April tax deadlines approaching, many investors need to know the answers to these questions.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Heavy snow in parts of B.C. prompts travel warnings, flight cancellations
The Vancouver airport said the snow caused a number of delayed or cancelled flights

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Good pensions mean Toronto couple doesn't have to rush decision on selling their home
Financial adviser Trevor Van Nest says pair can retire at 55, not 65 as they planned, without compromising lifetsyle.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Private, public sectors must work together toward cyberresilience
The growing global threat of cyberattacks reminds how necessary cyberresilience is to protect the public and private sectors

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

B.C. to receive $153-million in federal funding for child care, education training
Federal investment part of province's three-year plan to make child care more affordable as it works toward establishing a universal system

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

The close: Energy stocks lead TSX to three-week high
Wall Street climbs as tech rises, Treasury yields fall

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Globe editorial: After Parkland, the NRA gets schooled on gun control
It is always risky to harbour optimism about change coming to the United States' disastrous gun laws. But maybe the Parkland, Fla, massacre is the tipping point.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Arming teachers will not make U.S. schools safer
Other countries have reacted to school shootings by trying to put out the fire at its source, rather than pouring gasoline on it by arming staff.?

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Why there are no ironclad investing rules, a tasty Canadian meal-kit stock, and the best bond funds
A roundup of investment ideas for active investors

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

How Silicon Valley visit filled us with the entrepreneurial spirit
Field trip to San Francisco delivers information and inspiration to Rotman EMBA in global program

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Investors are mistaken to be relaxed about the possible revival of Berlusconi
Italy is finally on the rebound after nearly a decade of stagnation, but that good news may be jeopardized if a government with a bad economic history makes its return

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Providing comfort for patients in chemotherapy with the ‘Bell Fund'
Judy Martin, who finished chemo for breast cancer in 2013, prepares ‘comfort kits' for patients that include a blanket, magazine, candy, notepad and a water bottle

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Bedside manner and the winter blues
Psychology-community debates about whether seasonal depression exists don't do much for patients who need mental-health care

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

U.S. tax reform drives RBC capital-markets division to record profit
Royal Bank of Canada reports a record $748-million of profit for its capital-markets division

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

The NDP's only hope?
The party's policy convention in Ottawa showed the tension between transformative change and an entrenched status quo?

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

The alternatives have been exhausted, it's time for an America with fewer guns
Limiting firearm ownership is not enough. Expanding background checks is not enough. To truly create a world where students can go to school without fear of gun violence erupting in class, we must go after the weapons themselves.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

How political interests shape our infrastructure
At present, the Canadian system skews too far toward political intervention in what should be independent project assessments

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Bullish on Kirby Corp.
A technical look at the stock

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

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Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Second Russian Olympic athlete fails drug test
Bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva has become the second Russian athlete to test positive for a banned substance at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Dual car bombs kill at least 18 in Somali capital
Twenty were wounded in the attack in Mogadishu

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Court rejects Abdoul Abdi's request to pause deportation proceedings
Abdoul Abdi, a former child refugee, never got Canadian citizenship while growing up in foster care in Nova Scotia

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Holding your breath during training can improve performance
When athletes restrict their breath, their bodies are forced to adapt to the scarcity of oxygen so that, when it comes time to compete in normal air, they'll have an extra zip in their step

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

B.C.'s risky experiment in home-price engineering
British Columbia is using public policy to orchestrate a housing correction

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

B.C.'s experiment in home-price engineering is risky and potential gains uncertain
British Columbia is using public policy to orchestrate a housing correction

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Hundreds march in Winnipeg in support of Tina Fontaine's family
On Thursday, a jury found Raymond Cormier not guilty of second-degree murder

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Want a healthier diet? Try sleeping longer
A new study suggests that getting more than seven hours of sleep can help you make better choices during the day

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

New murder charge laid against Bruce McArthur
An alleged serial killer who is believed to have preyed upon men from Toronto's gay community is now facing six counts of first-degree murder. Police say more charges are expected to be laid against 66-year-old Bruce McArthur.

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Alberta report condemns treatment of Indigenous sexual assault victim
A 28-year-old woman, who can't be named, was jailed for days, shackled and transported by van alongside the man she had accused of a violent kidnapping and sexual assault

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Alberta report condemns treatment of Indigenous sexual-assault victim
In 2015, a 28-year-old woman, who can't be named, was jailed for days, shackled and transported by van alongside the man she had accused of a violent kidnapping and sexual assault

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Official says Indian government factions arranged Jaspal Atwal's presence on Trudeau trip
Atwal, who was convicted in the 1980s of attempting to kill an Indian cabinet minister who was travelling in Canada, was on the guest list for two receptions with Trudeau this week

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

MetLife, Symantec sever ties with NRA amid growing calls for boycotts
A call to boycott the National Rifle Association became the top trend on Twitter as users demanded companies cut ties with the gun enthusiast group

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Team Canada needs to be willing to play for bronze or nothing
Bronze-medal games typically have less to do with skill level, and more to do with which team decides to show up for the game

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

U.S. markets fret over Federal Reserve's approach under new chair Powell
Spotlight will be on the new Fed leader next week

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Investment losses feel worse than gains feel good, so act accordingly
Irrational decisions are made when an investor is faced with losses because a loss feels worse than a gain

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Trump doubles down on call for armed teachers
President Donald Trump said Friday if teachers at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida had been able to carry concealed weapons, 'they would have shot the hell out of (the gunman) before he knew what happened.'

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Cathal Kelly: With men's hockey disappointment, Canada watches as others savour their moment
This defeat won't define the Canadian players' careers. But taking our narrow national interest out of it, think about what it means to someone on Germany's team

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

With men's hockey disappointment, Canada watches as others savour their moment
This defeat won't define the Canadian players' careers. But taking our narrow national interest out of it, think about what it means to someone on Germany's team

Globe and Mail
Feb 23, 2018

Sajjan says military working to settle class-action lawsuits out of court
Sajjan says the plaintiffs, who are alleging sexual assault, racism, harassment and discrimination, have agreed to suspend their litigation

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