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Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

What you need to know about money for 2018
Looking ahead to personal finance questions for the coming year

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Arms supplied by U.S., Saudi Arabia ended up with Islamic State, researchers say
Conflict Armament Research documented at least 12 cases of weaponry purchased by the United States that ended up in Islamic State''s hands

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Canada's Top 100 Employers redefine how people work and live
These are the great all-rounders. Organizations that know how to attract and retain top talent in an increasingly competitive environment

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

GTA's Top Employers offer much more than just a job
Enlighted employers create great workplaces where everyone feels they can belong and succeed. Especially in the Greater Toronto Area where the majority of 6.4 million people identify as visible minorities

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Police report possible meteor landing in Thunder Bay, Ont.
Police say a hole in the snow with a pile of rock-like material was discovered after a loud explosion was reported

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Fentanyl test strips may produce false-negative results: Health Canada study
A false negative could lead to a false sense of security that could result in an overdose or death

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Kent Hehr does not belong in cabinet
It''s time the Prime Minister dealt with this issue in the manner it should be

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Substance use among Ontario students down but concerns rise over fentanyl: report
Survey finds almost 1 per cent of respondents reported having taken illicit fentanyl in the previous year

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Four Hydro One employees killed in helicopter crash north of Kingston, Ont.
Police say the crash happened at about noon in Tweed

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Four killed in helicopter crash north of Kingston, Ont.
Police say the crash happened at about noon in Addington Highlands

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Seasonal spoils: Top spa gifts to treat that special someone
Make spa dreams a reality for the harried names on your holiday list with Caitlin Agnew''s picks for indulgent treatments

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Pier 1 Imports slumps 30%; rivals also drop as holiday optimism disappears
Dismal outlook reflects surging competition between sellers of home goods

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Transat ends year with strong fourth-quarter profit of $148.1-million
The travel company benefited from a strong transatlantic summer season

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

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Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Kadeisha Buchanan again named top Canadian female soccer player
The 22-year-old from Brampton, Ont. earned the honours for the second time in three years after becoming first Canadian international to hoist the Champions League trophy

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

The worst of the worst: 2017's biggest film flops?
From Ghost in the Shell to Transformers, these 10 movies are worth forgetting?

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

My 27-kilometre quest for the ultimate Instagram photo of Norway's Trolltunga
Social media has drawn thousands of people to a remote part of Norway for a beautiful vista, including Martin Bauman, who reveals whether the arduous hike was worth the Instagram love

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Ferrari show at London's Design Museum marks 70 years of the iconic Italian car brand
Besides the open road, the best place to fully appreciate Ferrari style and speed is now at London''s Design Museum

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Feds urged Auditor-General to refocus Indigenous jobs program review
Employment and Social Development Canada argued scope of Michael Ferguson''s review was too narrow

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Income sprinkling proposals take shape with tax change revisions
A look at the extension of 'Tax on Split Income'

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Poloz says Canada's economy in ‘sweet spot'; warns of cryptocurrency's allure
Bank of Canada governor says most companies running at full capacity, inflation nearing 2-per-cent target

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

At Grenfell fire memorial, grief, guilt and some angry questions
Six months after fire, mourners wonder why 100 families are still homeless

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Protesters rally against FCC net neutrality vote
Protesters gather near the Federal Communications Commission in Washington to voice their opposition to the vote to end net neutrality.

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Two Reuters journalists facing jail in Myanmar
Two Reuters journalists have been arrested in Myanmar. Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo had been covering a military crackdown on the Rohingya in Rakhine State.

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Why this man has 150 bespoke suits in his closet
Larry Richardson has a passion for classic and classy men''s wear, with a closet full of bespoke suits, hats and accessories from the 1830s through the 1960s

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Not everyone loves these ETFs that come with a political opinion
EventShares funds aim to give exposure to policy-driven ideas

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Year of the wonder women, and Wonder Woman, too
Many of the year''s films featured female protagonists, in an industry where stories driven by men are generally considered more marketable

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Santa Julia Organic Torrontes 2016, Argentina
Light-medium-bodied and dry, this is a lovely white for the money

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: The Volvo XC40 has personality, style and is good fun to drive
Volvo''s new baby makes a bold statement in the small-premium crossover segment

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Painted Rock Red Icon 2015, British Columbia
A commanding, richly confident and expertly sculpted B.C. red blend

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Innis & Gunn 01 Vanishing Point, Scotland
This velvety imperial stout is the first in a limited-edition series of beers

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Montgo Old Vines Monastrell 2015, Spain
A well-rounded red from Spain''s bargain Jumilla region

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Mer Soleil Silver Unoaked Chardonnay 2015, California
Despite the absence of oak, this California chardonnay is creamy and substantial

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Château de Beaucastel Coudoulet de Beaucastel Blanc 2015, France
This is a fabulously subtle white blend from France's southern Rhône

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Supreme Court to hear appeal of mandatory sentence for internet luring
Lower court judge accepted that the one-year mandatory minimum sentence for luring a child into sexual activity online violated the charter

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Liberals to unveil lifetime pensions next week, but veterans say amounts too low
Pensions for disabled veterans being discussed are far lower than what is given to those who left the Canadian Forces before 2006

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Quebec inquiry calls for legal protections for journalists' sources
Report findings expose a raft of weaknesses that led to the tracking of reporters'' smartphone data in the province

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

At midday: TSX dips with resource stocks
Wall Street higher on optimism over tax bill, Fed''s economic outlook

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Dellen Millard seeks mistrial as jury deliberates verdict in death of Laura Babcock
Dellen Millard says the lawyer of his co-accused, Mark Smich, crossed the line in his closing address to the jury when he purportedly blamed Millard for the death of Laura Babcock

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Dellen Millard's mistrial request dismissed as jury continues deliberations
Dellen Millard argued the lawyer of his co-accused, Mark Smich, crossed the line in his closing address to the jury when he purportedly blamed Millard for the death of Laura Babcock

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Blake Farenthold won't seek re-election after sexual-harassment allegations: reports
The U.S. Representative will withdraw from the March 6 Republican primary in his Texas district, media outlets report

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

What the Disney-Fox merger means for the future of movies
It''s an exciting deal if you don''t mind entertainment being completely synonymous with cross-brand synergy, fuelled by misplaced nostalgia and driven by a corporate agenda with no regard for artistic autonomy

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

EU countries set to sign defence pact 70 years in the making
The agreement integrates the defences of 25 EU governments

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Can inverse ETFs protect your portfolio against a crash?
Timing really is everything

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Disney to buy Fox film, TV businesses for $52-billion
Walt Disney Co has struck a deal to buy film, television and international businesses from Rupert Murdoch???s Twenty-First Century Fox Inc for $52.4 billion in stock.

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Putin: U.S. gripped by fabricated 'spymania'
Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Thursday the United States was in the grip of a fabricated spymania whipped up by President Donald Trump's opponents but he thought battered U.S.-Russia relations would recover one day. Scarlett Cvitanovich reports.

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Why angry voters tend to be politically conservative
Asper-led research suggests emotions can transcend rationality at the ballot box - enough to sway elections

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Why the wealthy are feeling uncomfortable
In her new book, Uneasy Street, Rachel Sherman writes about the anxieties of wealthy New Yorkers

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

U.S. FCC set to reverse net neutrality rules
Commission Chairman Ajit Pai''s proposal marks a victory for big internet service providers

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Report on Small Business newsletter: Calgary's recession-battered businesses feeling cautiously optimistic


Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Spotify's valuation rises to $19-billion ahead of filing for NYSE listing: sources
The most recent private trades in the Swedish company have taken place at above $4,000 per share according to sources

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Goldman says big oil is poised for its best year in decades
Reduction in lending has hampered smaller competitor

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Veteran Ottawa Senators forward Chris Neil announces retirement
Neil spent 15 seasons with the team, recording 250 points (112 goals, 138 assists) in 1,026 regular-season games

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Bitcoin points way to ‘massive change' for commodity trading
Blockchain ledgers can cut trading costs, minimize fraud risk

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

This Canadian fund manager doesn't believe in Buffett and is buying ‘everything' crypto
Mark Schmehl eschews traditional investing obsessions

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

May to push EU for Brexit advance, despite defeat at home
A humiliating Brexit defeat for British Prime Minister Theresa May, made possible by rebels in her own party, will not stop her from urging EU leaders to move negotiations into the second phase when they meet on Thursday.

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Canadian dollar slips ahead of Poloz speech as oil prices fall
Loonie at 77.89 U.S. cents

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

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Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

At the open: TSX starts flat as miners gain
Wall Street rises as bank stocks increase

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

These cocoa-swirled meringue cookies are great for the holidays
Cook and author Julie Van Rosendaal shows you how easy it is to make a great meringue.

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Alabama Senate race winner Jones urges Moore to ‘move on'
Roy Moore made a second statement on Wednesday night in which he did not concede the election

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Delta Air Lines to place order for Airbus jets
A Delta filing says the airline expects deliveries to begin in the first quarter of 2020, with new aircraft arriving through 2023

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Why it's so difficult to bet against Canada's marijuana boom
Short-selling options are scarce and pricey, Canaccord says

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

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Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Putin accuses U.S. agencies of manipulating doping testimony
Putin said Thursday that former Moscow anti-doping laboratory director Grigory Rodchenkov — who is under witness protection after fleeing to the United States last year — is ‘under the control'' of the American agencies

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Woman charged after altercation that left baby in critical condition: Toronto police
Police allege the woman made threats while holding a knife and injured the man and the baby

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

How supermodel Stacey McKenzie puts on the glitz for holiday parties
Supermodel-turned-motivational-speaker Stacey McKenzie pulls together a look to tackle holiday party season

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

How artist Maya Gohill applies her fine arts background to her living room's interior design
Gohill combines vintage and modern for an original effect

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Can I wear faux fur without looking foolish?
Faux fur is everywhere and I''d like to try this cozy look, but don''t want to appear like I belong in a puppeteer''s workshop. Can you recommend pieces that let me wear the look in a grown-up way?

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Documentarian Morgan Spurlock admits to sexual harassment, infidelity
Spurlock, best known for Super Size Me, says a woman accused him of rape in college, though he thought the encounter was consensual

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

How do I wear glitter without turning my face into a disco ball?
Today''s cosmetics formulas allow for a range of shimmer saturation and glitter particle size

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Canadian home sales rise for fourth consecutive month: CREA
The momentum may not last as stricter mortgage rules take effect in January, the Canadian Real Estate Association said

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Reviews: Chris Banks's The Cloud Versus Grand Unification Theory and Spencer Gordon's Cruise Missile Liberals
If what Chris Banks desires during these dark and confusing times is ‘a poem to be a kind of ark/to float above it all,'' then Spender Gordon''s poems are completely submerged in the zany, disturbing thick of it while blasting Taylor Swift

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: Malcolm Harris's Kids These Days assesses the state of the millennial generation
Despite being the most educated generation, young people are worse off economically than their parents and grandparents

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: Mark Updegrove's The Last Republicans takes a measured look at the Bush family
Chronicling the passage of ‘the most consequential father-son relationship'' in Republican history

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: Francesca Hornak's Seven Days of Us, Alice Hoffman's The Rules of Magic and Cherise Wolas's The Resurrection of Joan Ashby
Marissa Stapley reviews the latest in commercial fiction

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: Lizzie Collingham's The Taste of Empire chronicles the colonization of our dinner plates
The Taste of Empire explores the effect of trade negotiations, shipping routes and British expansionism on how and what we eat

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: Kari Maaren's Weave a Circle Round is an audaciously realistic fantasy
Maaren uses her knowledge of fandom to create something new and powerful out of familiar tropes

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Investigation set to begin into Saskatchewan plane crash
The crash injured several people

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: Comics from Nicole Claveloux, Julie Maroh, and Jose Munoz and Carlos Sampayo
Sean Rogers reviews a new comic from the author of Blue is the Warmest Color and two other collections

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Canadians' debt burden keeps climbing, hits record in third quarter
The ratio rose to 171.1 per cent in Q3 from an upwardly revised 170.1 per cent in the second quarter

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Top 10 market risks for 2018
A roundup of what The Globe and Mail''s market strategist Scott Barlow is reading today on the Web

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Politics Briefing: Humour in the House of Commons?
Also: PMO aide under investigation

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

U.S. retail sales increase strongly in November
The Commerce Department said on Thursday that retail sales rose 0.8 per cent last month

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

U.S. retail sales surge; weekly jobless claims fall
The Fed offered a rosy assessment of the economy in its latest policy statement on Wednesday, describing activity as ‘rising at a solid rate''

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Thursday's analyst upgrades and downgrades
Inside the Market''s roundup of some of today''s key analyst actions

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

After parliamentary defeat, May urges EU leaders to move on with Brexit
The 27 other EU leaders are all but certain to approve the deal to move to second phase, launching a new stage of talks that could be hampered by divisions at home for May

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Teva Pharmaceutical to lay off a quarter of workforce, suspend dividend
The world''s largest generic drugmaker said on Thursday these measures will result in the reduction of 14,000 positions globally

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

South Korean journalist in hospital after scuffle with Chinese guards
Incident is latest quarrel between China and foreign observers

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Review: Joey Comeau's Malagash will delight you - and break your heart
Wit and careful restraint help dark material hit the right notes

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Summerhill residents fear condo project will overshadow historic clock tower
The two-tower structure of eight- and 26-storeys encompasses 182 rental units and retail outlets on an L-shaped site along Scrivener Square

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Toronto-area builders point again to land shortage
Report shows of 5,377 new homes sold in October, about 91 per cent were multifamily homes

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Vancouver housing plan tries to find 'the right supply' of luxury units
Densification has resulted in more unaffordable housing; a city plan seeks new models for growth

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Yaletown condo unit is a square-foot bargain
This 916-square-foot, two-bedroom condo with den in the Brava building is a bright, southwest corner unit

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Bloor West condo sells for $160,000 over asking
In a mid-rise building next to Old Mill station, this 15-year-old suite features expansive windows, nine-foot ceilings and numerous upgrades

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

‘Bachelor pad' near PM's home sells to international buyer
Home features glass, marble, and wood interiors and clean lines throughout

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

‘Coming soon' signs speed sale of Queensway townhouse
In the last two years, this three-bedroom townhouse was refreshed with updated windows and main bathroom, as well as a new fireplace mantle in the living and dining area

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Condo developer embraces awkward downtown Toronto lot?
Graywood Developments spotted an opportunity to assemble a mixed-used development with more varied suite designs, private facilities and public amenities

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Goldman Sachs to become majority owner of Toronto fintech startup Financeit
Although the investment amount is not being disclosed, Canadian firm''s CEO says it is ‘significantly greater'' than the total of $50-million that it had previously raised

Globe and Mail
Dec 14, 2017

Flood-damaged Calgary home gets Japanese-inspired revamp
Renovation creates flexible, contemporary space in the shell of a once-derelict 1950's bungalow?

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