Ontario to ban cellphones in classrooms next school year
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Ontario to ban cellphones in classrooms next school year

Cellphones will be banned in Ontario classrooms during instructional time, starting in September. Education Minister…

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Court documents reveal Monsanto’s efforts to fight glyphosate’s ‘severe stigma’
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Court documents reveal Monsanto’s efforts to fight glyphosate’s ‘severe stigma’

In March 2015, agrochemical giant Monsanto had a problem. The World Health Organization’s International Agency…

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Biotin, marketed for hair and nails, could skew some medical test results, researchers warn
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Biotin, marketed for hair and nails, could skew some medical test results, researchers warn

For doctors in Vancouver, it was a medical mystery. They suspected their patient might be…

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Stephen Hawking’s ex-nurse barred from practising after failing to give him ‘appropriate’ care
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Stephen Hawking’s ex-nurse barred from practising after failing to give him ‘appropriate’ care

British regulators have barred Stephen Hawking’s former nurse from practising after finding she failed to…

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Goldcorp says its Cerro Negro mine hit by illegal work stoppage
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Goldcorp says its Cerro Negro mine hit by illegal work stoppage

Goldcorp Inc. says there has been what it called an illegal work stoppage by the…

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Passengers looking to avoid Boeing 737 Max 8 find little help from Canada’s airlines
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Passengers looking to avoid Boeing 737 Max 8 find little help from Canada’s airlines

Flight Centre travel agency says Canadian airlines are not waiving flight-change or cancellation fees for…

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Air Canada cancels flight after U.K. closes airspace to Boeing 737 Max 8
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Air Canada cancels flight after U.K. closes airspace to Boeing 737 Max 8

Air Canada has cancelled Tuesday’s scheduled flight out of Halifax’s Stanfield International Airport to London’s Heathrow airport after the U.K.…

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Four questions without answers about the SNC-Lavalin scandal
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Four questions without answers about the SNC-Lavalin scandal

It’s been over a month since the SNC-Lavalin scandal broke, leaving in its wake a…

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Federal agency looking at fitness trackers for public sector workers
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Federal agency looking at fitness trackers for public sector workers

A little-known research group inside the prime minister’s own department has been looking at whether…

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Why airplanes can be grounded — and the consequences
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Why airplanes can be grounded — and the consequences

The Ethiopian Airlines crash killing all 157 people on board, including 18 Canadians, marks the second time that aircraft has…

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