Donald Trump says he will again skip the White House correspondents dinner
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Donald Trump says he will again skip the White House correspondents dinner

At the 2018 White House Correspondents’ dinner, comedian Michelle Wolf delivered a number of racy…

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Breaking down common questions about presumed consent and organ donation
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Breaking down common questions about presumed consent and organ donation

Dr. Stephen Beed wants people to start talking about death over dinner. Now that Nova…

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Age-old lessons from the stage bring new hope for Parkinson’s patient
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Age-old lessons from the stage bring new hope for Parkinson’s patient

Candace Cox and Phil Roberge stand facing each other, their hands held up and pressed together,…

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Health Canada says it will set cap on arsenic in food
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Health Canada says it will set cap on arsenic in food

Health Canada says it will launch a months-long consultation process this year on setting a maximum…

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SNC-Lavalin sells 10% stake in 407 toll highway to OMERS pension plan for $3.25B
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SNC-Lavalin sells 10% stake in 407 toll highway to OMERS pension plan for $3.25B

Australia could jail social media execs for streaming acts like New Zealand massacre
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Australia could jail social media execs for streaming acts like New Zealand massacre

Australia’s Parliament passed legislation on Thursday that could imprison social media executives if their platforms…

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Beyonce signs deal with Adidas for ‘partnership of a lifetime’
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Beyonce signs deal with Adidas for ‘partnership of a lifetime’

Beyonce has announced a new collaboration: a creative partnership with Adidas. The pop star on…

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Canada lost 7,200 jobs in March, ending 6-month string of gains
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Canada lost 7,200 jobs in March, ending 6-month string of gains

Canada’s job market shrank by 7,200 positions in March, but the jobless rate held steady…

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Canada expects foreign meddling in October election, Chrystia Freeland says
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Canada expects foreign meddling in October election, Chrystia Freeland says

Canadian Global Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Friday it was likely that foreign actors would…

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Jody Wilson-Raybould ‘incredibly open’ to staying in federal politics
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Jody Wilson-Raybould ‘incredibly open’ to staying in federal politics

Former attorney general Jody Wilson-Raybould says she hasn’t ruled out a future in federal politics,…

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