2nd case of measles in Saint John area is related to the 1st
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2nd case of measles in Saint John area is related to the 1st

The second confirmed case of measles in the Saint John area is related to the…

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Monsanto’s Roundup under siege as courts award more damages against popular weed killer
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Monsanto’s Roundup under siege as courts award more damages against popular weed killer

Welcome to The National Today newsletter, which takes a closer look at what’s happening around some of…

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‘There really is no safe opioid’: Study finds tramadol isn’t a less addictive painkiller
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Number of temp workers jumped by 50% in last 20 years, StatsCan says
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Number of temp workers jumped by 50% in last 20 years, StatsCan says

The number of temporary workers in Canada increased by 50 per cent in the last…

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China’s economic activity weakens amid tariff war
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China’s economic activity weakens amid tariff war

China’s factory output and consumer spending weakened in April as a tariff war with Washington…

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Who’s behind the WhatsApp hack and should you be worried?
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Who’s behind the WhatsApp hack and should you be worried?

This week, WhatsApp’s began urging its 1.5 billion or so users to update their apps to get the…

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Supreme Court Justice Gascon attributes disappearance to depression, anxiety
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Supreme Court Justice Gascon attributes disappearance to depression, anxiety

Supreme Court Justice Clément Gascon says that his sudden disappearance last week, which triggered a…

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Jagmeet Singh won’t say whether he supports B.C. LNG development
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Jagmeet Singh won’t say whether he supports B.C. LNG development

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh would not say today whether he supports liquefied natural gas development…

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Trudeau set to sign New Zealand PM’s pledge to tackle violent, extremist online content
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Trudeau set to sign New Zealand PM’s pledge to tackle violent, extremist online content

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to sign an international pledge in Paris Wednesday aimed…

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Outside groups apply to intervene as appeals court examines sexual evidence in Joshua Boyle trial
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Outside groups apply to intervene as appeals court examines sexual evidence in Joshua Boyle trial

As Ontario’s high court decides whether a judge erred in allowing evidence about the sexual…

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