Family reunited with python pulled from Toronto sewer discovers it’s an ‘impostor’
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Family reunited with python pulled from Toronto sewer discovers it’s an ‘impostor’

Members of the Sannella family thought they were finally reunited with Monty, an 11-month-old ball python supposedly found in…

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CRTC publishes internet code of conduct aimed at ISPs
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CRTC publishes internet code of conduct aimed at ISPs

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission has released an internet code of conduct meant to allow Canadians to…

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Wife and daughter of Ebola victim in Congo’s Goma infected
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Wife and daughter of Ebola victim in Congo’s Goma infected

The wife of the man who died of Ebola in Congo’s city of Goma this week…

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Walking in woods or tall grass? Check yourself for ticks every day
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Walking in woods or tall grass? Check yourself for ticks every day

Lyme disease-carrying ticks are spreading across the most populated areas of Canada, say public health…

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‘Broken’ Ontario autism program forces family to pay for U.S. treatment
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‘Broken’ Ontario autism program forces family to pay for U.S. treatment

Due to long wait times for an autism diagnosis — and subsequent treatment in Ontario — Holly Ralston credits…

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SNC-Lavalin slashes dividend to 2 cents a share after posting $2.1B quarterly loss
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SNC-Lavalin slashes dividend to 2 cents a share after posting $2.1B quarterly loss

SNC-Lavalin Group Inc on Thursday cut its dividend and reported a quarterly loss, as the…

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Thomson Reuters to sell Refinitiv to London Stock Exchange Group
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Thomson Reuters to sell Refinitiv to London Stock Exchange Group

Thomson Reuters Corp. and its partners confirmed Thursday a $27-billion US deal to sell the…

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China warns of retaliation after Trump threatens fresh tariffs
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China warns of retaliation after Trump threatens fresh tariffs

China on Friday said it would not be blackmailed and warned of retaliation after U.S.…

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Russian forces tested NATO’s ‘resolve’ during recent Black Sea exercises, says Canadian commander
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Russian forces tested NATO’s ‘resolve’ during recent Black Sea exercises, says Canadian commander

NATO warships faced a stiffer-than-usual test of their mettle by Russian forces during two recent exercises in…

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Shortages feared as U.S. looks to Canada for cheaper prescription drugs
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Shortages feared as U.S. looks to Canada for cheaper prescription drugs

The prospect of Americans raiding Canadian pharmacies for cheaper prescription drugs is raising the spectre…

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