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"24.10.2016 18:40:36" theglobeandmail.com Travellers will pay the price if Canada's airports are sold The experience of other jurisdictions, notably Britain and Australia, tells us that there are serious consequences to this approach When airports were sold in Britain and Australia, the delivery of large tax revenues failed to materialize and passenger fees increased – in some cases doubling. From Report on Business
"24.10.2016 18:08:57" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: If Toronto FC wants to paint Toronto red, it'll need a hefty-sized brush Toronto FC won its final game of the regular season on Sunday, 3-2 over the Chicago Fire, sending it into the playoffs on a – here's a first – high note. Every postseason matters to every team, but few have mattered so much to any particular one. This is another of Toronto FC's last chances to spread the message beyond the diehards.
"24.10.2016 17:37:24" theglobeandmail.com Cancellation of Ontario student literacy test caused by cyberattack The Education Quality and Accountability Office was forced to cancel the test last week after ongoing technical problems The EQAO calls it an “intentional, malicious and sustained distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack – a type of cyberattack.”
"24.10.2016 17:05:21" theglobeandmail.com Health benefits for retirees are steadily disappearing Employers becoming averse to paying obligations that might last 20 years or more after a person retires Cost-cutting employers are hurting your retirement in ways that go beyond the steady retreat of pension plans paying money for life. From Rob Carrick
"24.10.2016 16:31:15" theglobeandmail.com Court dismisses appeal for Victoria Stafford's killer Michael Rafferty Michael Rafferty was sentenced to life in prison in 2013 with no chance of parole for 25 years for kidnapping, sexual assault causing bodily harm and first-degree murder in the death of the Woodstock, Ont., girl Update: Michael Rafferty's appeal has been dismissed
"24.10.2016 16:19:06" Timeline Photos "Pay to play" Today's editorial cartoon by David Parkins. From Globe Opinion
"24.10.2016 15:55:06" theglobeandmail.com Amazon aims to gobble up Wal-Mart's food business For years, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. has followed Amazon.com Inc., putting inventory online and starting its own version of a marketplace where third-party merchants can sell their wares. Now, Amazon is returning the favour. Amazon is building pickup locations for groceries in Seattle that could open by the end of the year, echoing a strategy embraced by its chief brick-and-mortar rival.
"24.10.2016 15:38:09" theglobeandmail.com How a moose tax can help B.C. wildlife conservation Is it time for a moose tax? Faced with declining game populations and the increasing complexities of wildlife management, people are starting to look at new funding models. From Globe British Columbia
"24.10.2016 15:18:33" theglobeandmail.com A list of the women who've accused Donald Trump of sexual assault so far Donald Trump, under fire over lewd remarks he made in a 2005 video, characterizes his comments as “locker-room talk” and says he doesn't grope women in the way he described. Several women say otherwise Donald J. Trump characterizes his comments as “locker-room talk” and says he doesn't grope women in the way he described. Several women say otherwise.
"24.10.2016 14:31:15" theglobeandmail.com Appeal court orders new trial for Dennis Oland Oland was convicted in 2015 of second-degree murder in the death of his millionaire father #Breaking: Dennis Oland was convicted of second-degree murder in the death of his millionaire father and sentenced to life in prison with no eligibility for parole for at least 10 years.
"24.10.2016 14:19:12" theglobeandmail.com Physician-assistant integration could save time, money: report Delegating routine tasks to PAs, who work under doctors' supervision, could save up to $1-billion and free up almost 30 per cent of doctors' time Making better use of physician assistants could save the health system up to $1-billion a year and free up almost 30 per cent of doctors' time in busy areas like emergency rooms.
"24.10.2016 14:15:20" Calais migrants transferred Calais' migrants are transferred to refugee centres around France before the infamous "jungle "camp is demolished by authorities.
"24.10.2016 13:49:07" theglobeandmail.com Why a new national strategy on food can't satisfy all In a darkened theatre at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto recently, hundreds of activists, environmentalists and academics gathered to discuss what they would like to see in Canada's first-ever national food policy. The Liberal government has promised to create Canada's first-ever national food policy. But, with diverse demands from agriculture groups, the food industry and environmental advocates, it has a lot on its plate
"24.10.2016 13:44:08" theglobeandmail.com AT&T-Time Warner deal shows media industry's trend toward consolidation Media firms face pressure to access distribution as more younger viewers cut their cable cords and watch their favourite shows on mobile devices Media content companies are having an increasingly difficult time as standalone entities, which analysts say is creating an opportunity for telecom, satellite and cable providers to make acquisitions.
"24.10.2016 13:21:06" theglobeandmail.com National Research Council president Iain Stewart has his work cut out for him New appointee tasked with figuring out what role the research council will play in Ottawa's plan to grow the economy The government has given Mr. Stewart just 24 months to make his mark on the billion-dollar-a-year research and technology organization that many science policy veterans have described as having lost its way.
"24.10.2016 12:42:01" theglobeandmail.com Halifax Port Authority appointee's attendance at Morneau fundraiser an apparent contravention of ethics rules Developer named to Halifax Port Authority board attends fundraiser featuring Finance Minister Bill Morneau Jim Spatz was appointed as a federal director last May on the recommendation of Treasury Board President Scott Brison, the Liberal political power broker for Nova Scotia. From Globe Politics
"24.10.2016 12:19:12" theglobeandmail.com Makeshift French migrant camp to be cleared, destroyed On Monday, 3,000 migrants will be transported from the camp, known as the “jungle,” to reception centres scattered around France Sixty buses are set to transport 3,000 migrants to reception centres scattered around France and by week's end the camp, known as the 'jungle,' is to be emptied and destroyed.
"24.10.2016 11:58:53" theglobeandmail.com Confident Clinton shifts campaign focus to ending Washington gridlock Democratic presidential nominee's campaign redirects resources in an effort to break the gridlock that obstructed Obama Hillary Clinton has shifted her focus to winning seats for Democrats in Congress, with just over two weeks to go until Election Day.
"24.10.2016 11:25:49" theglobeandmail.com RCMP allowed car involved in Boushie shooting out of its custody Vehicle in which indigenous man was killed spent time on two lots exposed to elements The car ended up in a salvage yard before independent forensic tests could be done on it, a development that could have serious implications for the trial of the man charged in his death.
"24.10.2016 11:03:55" Timeline Photos Moment in time: Oct. 24, 1901 - Daredevil woman is first to ride down Niagara Falls in a barrel:
Some people go all out for their birthdays, but perhaps no one will ever outdo Annie Edson Taylor, who marked her 63rd year by becoming the first person to go
"24.10.2016 10:42:30" theglobeandmail.com Canada has room to run deficits: Bank of Canada's Stephen Poloz Comments support Prime Minister Trudeau and his Liberal government, which is set to run a deficit of $29.4-billion in the current fiscal year Canada is in a very good fiscal situation and should not be worried about running up deficits at this point, Poloz said.
"24.10.2016 10:00:56" theglobeandmail.com Liberals shrug off their own ethical guidelines with fundraiser The Open and Accountable Government guidelines were ignored by Justin Trudeau's Liberals during a recent fundraiser featuring Finance Minister Bill Morneau Goodbye to Open and Accountable Government. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has decided it no longer applies, Campbell Clark writes. From Globe Politics
"24.10.2016 04:36:57" theglobeandmail.com Ottawa officer charged after online remarks about death of Inuit artist Forensic unit member charged with discreditable conduct after he allegedly wrote comments about death of Annie Pootoogook The police officer, who works in the Ottawa Police Service's forensic unit, has been charged under the Police Services Act after he allegedly wrote comments online about the death of Annie Pootoogook, whose body was found in the Rideau River on Sept. 19.
"24.10.2016 03:56:05" theglobeandmail.com How to slow down time as the holidays fly past Time runs at a constant rate, but our perception of it can vary wildly Thanksgiving has come and gone and Halloween is just around the corner. If it all seems like it's going by in the blink of an eye there's a way to change that.
"24.10.2016 03:54:07" theglobeandmail.com Vancouver seeks to protect character of historic Chinatown The city's historic Chinatown may get even more protections and new rules, from a limit on the density and a non-negotiable requirement for seniors' housing in new residential projects to a possible designation of the neighbourhood as a Strategies to conserve the area could include limits on densities, mandatory seniors' housing in new residential projects. From Globe British Columbia
"24.10.2016 03:54:06" theglobeandmail.com Chinese-language forest tours to educate more B.C. residents on conservation In an effort to increase the level of conservation awareness, volunteers will lead programs in both Mandarin and Cantonese About half a million people in B.C.'s Lower Mainland are Chinese-language speakers, yet most environmental programs and tours are offered in English only. From Globe British Columbia
"24.10.2016 03:46:03" theglobeandmail.com Storms on B.C. coast impede efforts to contain tugboat fuel spill Matt Woodruff, information officer with the industry-funded unified command group that is handling the operation, said fuel spill containment booms failed at one point, allowing slicks to escape from around the grounded tug, Nathan E. Stewart. Cleanup and salvage efforts have been hampered by storms where a sunken tug continues to leak fuel 11 days after it ran aground. From Globe British Columbia
"24.10.2016 03:24:05" theglobeandmail.com Dream of owning a home comes true for more single women Like the United States, Canada has seen a spike in the number of single females buying property over the past year “Young women in their 30s make the best mortgage candidates out there in the Canadian housing market.”
"24.10.2016 02:52:08" theglobeandmail.com Makeshift French migrant camp to be cleared, destroyed On Monday, 3,000 migrants will be transported from the camp, known as the “jungle,” to reception centres scattered around France Migrants prayed, plotted and played soccer together Sunday, a day before France starts clearing them by the thousands from a makeshift refugee camp that is doomed for destruction.
"24.10.2016 02:38:04" theglobeandmail.com Canada is right to be furious about European Union trade negotiations After trying to salvage the Canada-EU trade deal in Brussels, Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland lost patience and walked out of talks on Friday In spite of Canada's efforts to ensure effective regional representation at the bargaining table, it's the European Union that can't get its act together. From Report on Business
"24.10.2016 02:35:09" theglobeandmail.com Editorial: For Justin Trudeau, avoiding conflict of interest is more of a suggestion than a rule The Prime Minister's rules on the behaviour of cabinet ministers leave a lot of room for manoeuvre Justin Trudeau knows perfectly well that it is wrong for political parties to hold fundraisers at which wealthy donors pay top dollar for intimate access to cabinet ministers, the Editorial Board writes. From Globe Opinion
"24.10.2016 02:31:08" theglobeandmail.com In 3-0 Heritage Classic win, Oilers leave the Jets depleted The gathering of more than 30,000 cheered the hometown Jets and jeered the Oilers, but it was all in fun. The house was full, copious amounts of poutine and perogies were consumed, and hockey was played beneath a turquoise sky on the prairies. What could The result was a downer for the Jets' rabid followers, but came at the end of an exciting week in Winnipeg.
"24.10.2016 02:31:00" Calais migrant camp to be dismantled French riot police confront angry migrants hours before the Calais "jungle" camp is to be dismantled. Many others prepared to leave peacefully.
"24.10.2016 02:13:30" theglobeandmail.com Why you need to let employees say 'No' With employees experiencing significant stress due to rising work demands, leaders can play an important role in creating a culture where it's safe for an employee to say, “I'm sorry, I can't do that because …” When you keep piling work on staff without asking them if they can handle it, you set staff up for a workload that's unsustainable. From Report on Business
"24.10.2016 01:40:26" NHL Winter classic game Highlights from the Oilers' win over the Jets in the 2016 NHL Classic.
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"24.10.2016 01:34:07" theglobeandmail.com Conservative MP Steven Blaney joining party leadership race Blaney, who had already filed his nomination papers on Wednesday, made an official announcement Sunday The Quebec MP was first elected in 2006 and was promoted to Stephen Harper's cabinet in 2011, heading the veteran affairs department. From Globe Politics
"24.10.2016 01:24:37" theglobeandmail.com It's a bird, it's a plane, it's a ... Jetsons-style flying saucer This flying recreational vehicle could be used to fly over your private property or commute to work over short distances One day soon you could take to the sky in your own flying saucer.
"24.10.2016 00:51:55" theglobeandmail.com Supreme Court hearings provide transparency, respect to process Last week, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made his first pick to the Supreme Court of Canada, Justice Malcolm Rowe of the Newfoundland and Labrador Court of Appeal. This week, for the first time, parliamentarians will have two public hearings to debate Justin Trudeau's nomination of Justice Malcolm Rowe, and at the second hearing they will hear from Justice Rowe himself.
"24.10.2016 00:24:11" Fight for Mosul Displaced Iraqis flee villages around Mosul as Iraqi forces push within 9 km of the Islamic State held city.
"24.10.2016 00:24:10" theglobeandmail.com Venezuela Congress declares President Maduro has staged coup Venezuela's Congress on Sunday declared that the government had staged a coup by blocking a drive to recall President Nicolas Maduro in a raucous legislative session that was interrupted when his supporters stormed the chamber The opposition-led congress is now in open rebellion after a majority of its members voted that the government had participated in a coup.
"24.10.2016 00:20:19" theglobeandmail.com Are you a chipper early bird or narcissistic night owl? Find out before the clocks change From the archive: A a wide array of studies show early birds and night owls are very different creatures On November 6 clocks will turn back one hour, meaning that your sleep cycle will be affected.
"23.10.2016 23:50:08" theglobeandmail.com How some Canadians have helped their kids with home ownership For those who do believe in helping their children to purchase their first house, consider the following tales of how some families have made it happen "I still believe home ownership makes good sense in the long run."
"23.10.2016 23:05:53" theglobeandmail.com How to 'find' more time in your day Do you struggle to manage your time? We all have too much to do and not enough time. But what if you could manage your mental state and time better?
"23.10.2016 22:19:04" theglobeandmail.com Review: Marty Klinkenberg's The McDavid Effect is a worthy piece of hockey history Earlier this month, Connor McDavid was officially named captain of the Edmonton Oilers, and – at just 19 years, 266 days old – the youngest in National Hockey League history. While Connor McDavid is the headliner, the book looks beyond the rink at Edmonton and its culture as well.
"23.10.2016 22:18:44" theglobeandmail.com Recipe: Stir-fried spiced pork with kale and apples Stir-fries are the back-pocket recipe of many time-challenged home cooks. Toss fresh or frozen veggies and some protein alongside garlic and soy sauce and dinner is on the table – with only one pot in the sink. This is a superfast weeknight stir-fry that doesn't taste like a superfast weeknight stir-fry
"23.10.2016 21:48:54" theglobeandmail.com Review: Wayne Gretzky writes hockey's history in 99 It has been 17 years since Gretzky waved goodbye to fans at Madison Square Garden. But he has never really left us. The Great One shifts from Hockey star to historian in this chronicle of NHL history.
"23.10.2016 21:17:59" theglobeandmail.com Can diversity help Canadian theatre companies at the box office? Anyone who believes that Toronto's publicly subsidized theatres should reflect the actual public, at a time when “visible minorities” constitute a majority of the city's population, will surely be supportive of artistic director Nina Lee Aquino's Can diversity sell a theatre season? Factory Theatre's 2016-17 lineup is a groundbreaking one – its six plays are all written by playwrights of colour. That's a first for a company of its size and stature in Canada.
"23.10.2016 20:50:36" theglobeandmail.com Bruce Springsteen on struggling with depression, family and Donald Trump Baby I've been down, but never this down.
I've been lost, but never this lost.
– Bruce Springsteen, This Depression In an exclusive interview, Elizabeth Renzetti discovers why Bruce Springsteen just might be the ultimate chronicler of recent American history
"23.10.2016 20:07:28" theglobeandmail.com Canadian actor Paul Soles has been making up life as he goes along The Globe and Mail spoke with the Toronto-based Soles about having the right luck and the right chops, and a knack for making up life as you go along. The star of CBC's My 90-Year-Old Roommate talks about his career's lucky breaks, his mentors and learning to let life provide.
"23.10.2016 18:53:35" theglobeandmail.com The men in makeup who made pop-culture history The bold and the beautiful: Odessa Paloma Parker explores why men in makeup made history (and are still making headlines) From David Bowie to Jared Leto, makeup-wearing men have played a large part in pop culture.
"23.10.2016 18:24:38" theglobeandmail.com Pan-fried butternut squash and apple salad When I'm abroad and it's the season, it's become a semi-intentional habit to cook food that reminds me of fall back home This salad hits just the right autumnal notes.
"23.10.2016 17:55:51" theglobeandmail.com Tanya Tagaq finds inner peace in new album Retribution Tanya Tagaq's Retribution is a vessel that steers through the calamity of pain, debt and injustice On her follow-up record, the Nunavut-raised throat singer protests a multitude of crises – climate change, government disregard for indigenous communities and the prevalence of sexual assault
"23.10.2016 17:23:31" theglobeandmail.com Leah Rosenberg draws on Saskatchewan roots to create edible works of art What colours come to mind when you think of a dimly lit parking garage in the heart of an urban city centre, a Saskatchewan sunset at the beginning of autumn or a big, creamy scoop of Saskatoon berry ice cream? Painter and pastry artist Leah Rosenberg brings the colours and inspiration of her Saskatoon youth to the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – and beyond.
"23.10.2016 16:37:10" theglobeandmail.com The one who knocks, and writes: Bryan Cranston on his new memoir Barry Hertz talks to Bryan Cranston, who gets up close and extremely personal with his memoir, A Life in Parts Who is Bryan Cranston? We talk to him about his career and his extraordinarily detailed, honest and raw memoir.
"23.10.2016 16:07:30" theglobeandmail.com How the music business has affected Fritz Helder's relationship with race Since then, Helder has lived in Toronto and London, and now resides in Berlin, creating electronic music that often defies music-marketing genres. Growing up in Whitehorse, being the only black child among his peers was not what defined Fritz Helder.
"23.10.2016 15:21:05" theglobeandmail.com Toronto agent convicted of sex abuse reveals ugly side of beauty industry Nearly 15 years after he was sexually assaulted by Norwayne Anderson, one victim said, the experience had left him “messed up” and in therapy The court heard about a man who lured teenagers into his care with promises of glamour and fame only to abuse them in ways that would leave marks of confusion and self-doubt for years.
"23.10.2016 15:12:04" theglobeandmail.com Lessons from Martha Stewart on living well: 'We don't preach. We teach' While professing to have a penchant for tiny homes, Martha Stewart boasts no less than 21 kitchens in her various full-scale homes. We talk to Martha Stewart about her love of cocooning, why she thinks jealousy is a good thing and the appeal of tiny houses.
"23.10.2016 15:10:00" Video: Gord Downie's Secret Path "His efforts will not go unnoticed." Gord Downie's Secret Path shines a light on First Nations and residential schools
"23.10.2016 15:02:07" theglobeandmail.com Habitat 67, 50 years later: How residents are remixing Montreal's Expo legacy Five decades into its life, Moshe Safdie's attempt to bridge urban density with suburban space remains one of Canada's most monumental structures. But despite its rigid facade, Kristina Ljubanovic suggests Habitat 67 is a building that continues to be Habitat 67, the radical experiment in prefabricated, stacked city dwelling, is the city's most iconic built legacy from that heady time.
"23.10.2016 15:00:11" Timeline Photos Former Rogers CEO Guy Laurence was hailed as a visionary and promised a revolution when he started at Rogers. Within months he had boosted the bottom line in a way that smashed through analysts' projections. He might have thought that numbers like that
"23.10.2016 14:48:08" theglobeandmail.com The night Colten Boushie died: What family and police files say about his last day, and what came after The August killing of First Nations man on a Saskatchewan farm has set the province on edge, igniting racial tensions. Joe Friesen reports on police documents that reveal new details about the shooting, and talks to a family in anguish Mr. Boushiewas gentle, an optimist, a ceremonial fire keeper who used to receive certificates of good citizenship. He was killed on a Saskatchewan farm in August, setting the province on edge and igniting racial tensions.
"23.10.2016 14:34:06" theglobeandmail.com Beyond the Oval Office: Who is Donald Trump and what does he really want? With his presidential campaign collapsing, word emerges that that he has given up on winning the presidency and plans to start a 'media empire' instead With his presidential campaign collapsing what does the future hold for Donald J. Trump? From Globe Opinion
"23.10.2016 14:05:56" theglobeandmail.com Why are women still being shamed for breastfeeding in public? Since becoming a mother 2-1/2 months ago, I have viewed breastfeeding as a natural and beautiful act, but this past weekend, it became a source of shame. Alexandra Shimo was told to stop breastfeeding at a Toronto golf club. Since then, she's been inundated by strangers who have opinions on her baby, and her body
"23.10.2016 14:00:00" #ColourCode: Ep. 7: The only one: Canada may be a multicultural country, but there are still many places with very few people of colour. Is it lonely to be the only racialized person, or family, in a small town? Listen, subscribe, discuss.
"23.10.2016 13:37:28" theglobeandmail.com Advocates push vaccines for boys amid rise in HPV-caused cancers Mouth and throat cancers caused by the human papillomavirus are on the rise in Canada, underscoring an urgent need for all provinces to publicly fund vaccine programs for boys, according to the Canadian Cancer Society. HPV doesn't just cause cervical cancer. In fact, HPV-related mouth and throat cancers rose by 56 per cent among men but several parts of Canada still don't offer publicly funded HPV vaccines for boys.
"23.10.2016 13:09:47" theglobeandmail.com EU sets Monday deadline for Belgium to back CETA deal European Union has given Belgium until late on Monday to overcome opposition to a free trade deal with Canada from its French-speaking region or a summit to sign the pact that could boost both economies is off The European Union has given Belgium until late Monday to overcome its current opposition to the free-trade deal with Canada or the pact is off.
"23.10.2016 12:46:54" theglobeandmail.com Teen weight tied to odds of diabetes-related death decades later: study Researchers compiled data on more than two million Israeli adolescents for study The increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, and eventually dying from the disease, begins early in life and at weights in the “normal” range.
"23.10.2016 12:23:37" theglobeandmail.com Opioids affect a parent's natural instincts: study Compared with the brains of healthy people, the brains of people with opioid dependence didn't produce strong responses to the cute baby pictures New research offers a glimpse into the addicted brain, finding that the drugs appear to blunt a person's natural parenting instincts.
"23.10.2016 11:59:32" theglobeandmail.com Turns out sleeping can help you shed those extra pounds If you are trying to lose weight and your diet and exercise is on point, lack of slumber could be your missing link Diet and exercise are important to losing weight, but don't forget about getting enough sleep.
"23.10.2016 11:24:45" theglobeandmail.com How to keep running as the cold weather sets in Proper ventilation is the main thing, whether you're running in the Arctic or in Toronto when it's 30 below Winter may be coming, but that doesn't mean you have to stop running.
"23.10.2016 10:38:04" theglobeandmail.com Brain benefits of exercise diminish after short rest, study suggests Working out is shown to improve neurological health, but a new study finds being sedentary for just a week can lessen those positive effects Before you skip another workout, you should think about what effect it'll have on your brain
"23.10.2016 03:00:58" theglobeandmail.com 'I want to speak to you from the heart': We Matter videos speak to aboriginal youth in crisis Called the We Matter campaign, the video series is designed to use the power of social media to reach into the small native communities and lonely rooms scattered across the country where so many young aboriginals are struggling with feelings of By using social media and video to speak directly with youth, We Matter hopes to have a lasting impact on young people struggling with desperation.
"23.10.2016 02:23:06" theglobeandmail.com How Airbnb became the perfect fit for my lifestyle We've hosted over 1,000 travellers from over 60 countries. The home-sharing website offers us an online platform with global reach, and the opportunity to make some money The home-sharing website offers this couple an online platform with global reach, and the opportunity to make some money. From Globe Opinion
"23.10.2016 01:49:33" theglobeandmail.com Mike Bernier, Mike Lombardi and little mourning for the Vancouver School Board B.C. Education Minister Mike Bernier fired the Vancouver School Board this week, and according to (now former) VSB chair Mike Lombardi, he received a phone call from Mr. Bernier 10 minutes before the news was made public B.C. Education Minister Mike Bernier fired the VSB this week, and according to (now former) VSB chair Mike Lombardi, he received a phone call from Mr. Bernier 10 minutes before the news was made public. From Globe British Columbia
"23.10.2016 01:25:09" theglobeandmail.com Family-run Edmonton bakery bets on Italian holiday favourite Couple makes popular panettone – a Milanese sweet loaf – using a traditional method straight from Italy Using a traditional method straight from Italy, this family has made its way into the hearts and stomachs of Edmontonians
"23.10.2016 00:59:22" theglobeandmail.com New study suggests exercise makes better-quality fat cells It may do this in part by boosting levels of a hormone called irisin, which is produced during exercise and which may help to turn ordinary white fat into much more metabolically active brown fat, the findings suggest Fat cells can help burn calories, but you'll need to exercise to help the process.
"23.10.2016 00:25:28" theglobeandmail.com What it's like … to lose a toe Surgery wasn't a viable option, so I took the loss of my digit in stride It's just a toe, right?
"23.10.2016 00:03:37" theglobeandmail.com This couple want to enjoy retirement – and get over their fear of investing Patsy and Devon live in a mortgage-free home in the Maritimes. He is 60 and collecting disability benefits. She is 61 and wants to retire from her government job by the end of next year. They have two grown children. Wary of advisers, a couple in their 60s are sitting on an uninvested nest egg in the hundreds of thousands.
"22.10.2016 23:42:07" theglobeandmail.com Five questions with Mike Percy, Jim Prentice's former chief of staff Jim Prentice's former chief of staff, Mike Percy, spoke with Justin Giovannetti about Mr. Prentice's lasting mark on Alberta politics He was an Alberta Liberal who had never met Jim Prentice before becoming the incoming premier's chief of staff. Here, he speaks with us about Mr. Prentice's lasting mark on Alberta.
"22.10.2016 23:23:07" theglobeandmail.com Millennial home buyers willing to pay the price to avoid long commutes, survey indicates Young buyers want to live where they work. With rising real-estate markets in many cities, they've accepted they may have to be flexible on home size and neighbourhood.
"22.10.2016 23:16:07" theglobeandmail.com North America's first over-ocean bungalows open in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico Thatched huts on the Riviera Maya are a draw for honeymooning couples and feature private swimming platforms Is an overwater setting really such a romantic-getaway game-changer? On aesthetic and sybaritic levels, the bungalows reply with an emphatic “yes!”
"22.10.2016 23:14:04" theglobeandmail.com Exploring the haunting 'ghost villages' of Italy's Umbria region In Umbria Ellen Himelfarb discovers some of Italy's most striking 'ghost villages' Just a 90-minute drive from Rome, Umbria has many towns of haunting beauty where mere handfuls of residents struggle to keep their way of life alive.
"22.10.2016 22:51:39" theglobeandmail.com Video game firms' evolving hardware cycles are a player-driven shift Both companies have yet another model in the works, too. The more advanced PS4 Pro is scheduled to hit shelves in November, while Project Scorpio – the code name for a high-powered Xbox One – is planned for 2017. In the past, new hardware was released about every eight years, but that cycle is changing. Both Microsoft and Sony unveiled new models of their respective consoles after less than three years.
"22.10.2016 22:28:00" theglobeandmail.com Experiencing the dying majesty of Australia's Great Barrier Reef A dying spectacle Despite its scale and dazzling beauty, there's a harsh truth to digest: Australia's Great Barrier Reef could be extinct by 2050.
"22.10.2016 22:04:04" theglobeandmail.com The pleasant surprise of vibrant, energetic Los Angeles Before visiting Los Angeles, I knew what I thought about Los Angeles: that it was an empty, plastic, hollow place, with people to match. I was wrong. Despite the myth that it's all style and no substance, the Southern California city is full of life and happiness
"22.10.2016 21:40:04" theglobeandmail.com Tension simmers as union targets small-town volunteer firefighters Firefighters in Caledon, Ont., are being told by their union that if they want to fight fires, they'll have to draw a salary for it. 'Double Hatters,' who work full-time but volunteer at fire halls are resigning to avoid the disciplinary process.
"22.10.2016 21:15:52" theglobeandmail.com How Gord Downie got on the trail to Secret Path Chanie Wenjack is alive and well and living in Gord Downie. The musicians who collaborated with Gord Downie on his poetic passion project say the Tragically Hip front man 'carried the weight of what he was singing.'
"22.10.2016 20:43:05" theglobeandmail.com Southey: Donald Trump concludes his 'Lord of the Whinge' debate trilogy A nation seems to have finally lost patience. America has been grading Mr. Trump on a fiercely dramatic, indeed dizzying curve, but on Wednesday he proved himself entirely unable to learn. From Globe Opinion
"22.10.2016 20:19:28" theglobeandmail.com While outlining what his first 100 days would look like, Trump promises to sue his sexual assault accusers Would foil a proposed deal for AT&T to buy Time Warner if he wins; promised to sue nearly a dozen women who have come forward in the last two weeks to accuse him of sexual assault The speech was intended to be policy-focused but Trump also delved into personal grievances.
"22.10.2016 19:56:47" theglobeandmail.com Dear cyclists riding at night without a light: Do you have a death wish? Don't you know that you are next to invisible when you come tearing out of the gloom? Don't you understand that my car could hit you before I even see you coming? Too many cyclists are riding around a dark city in dark clothing – why can't they slap on a cheap bike light, Marcus Gee writes.
"22.10.2016 19:33:40" theglobeandmail.com The Walloon that roared: Federalism's new fragility It was an eight-year struggle to hammer out a trade deal to link Canada and the 28-member European Union. Then came Wallonia Canada's 10 provinces and the EU's 28 countries were never going to be easy to merge; this was evident in 2008, when the talks began, writes Doug Saunders
"22.10.2016 19:13:21" theglobeandmail.com AT&T strikes $80-billion deal to buy Time Warner AT&T Inc. reached a deal to buy media company Time Warner Inc. for more than $80-billion, The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday. The move is in line with how AT&T has transformed itself over the past decade from a regional phone company to a national telecommunications powerhouse. From Report on Business
"22.10.2016 19:11:51" theglobeandmail.com Circumstances are 'dire' for Canada's defender of the wrongfully convicted “We're just trying to repaint the house and make it a little more attractive,” explained Innocence Canada co-president Ron Dalton, standing at the dais. Left unsaid, amid the applause and clinking glasses: Even after a fresh coat of paint, the house's Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted has a new, simple name in Innocence Canada but a funding crunch could leave it a shell of its former self.
"22.10.2016 18:09:36" theglobeandmail.com Women entering the professions in unprecedented numbers Pool of female applicants for postgraduate studies – particularly for veterinary schools – larger than pool of males applying The findings raise interesting possibilities for future workplace dynamics as they and their diversity-conscious male peers move up the ranks. From Report on Business
"22.10.2016 17:41:24" theglobeandmail.com A nose for business: In conversation with L'Occitane's Olivier Baussan The poetic founder of French beauty brand L'Occitane en Provence is still as enamoured with the region as when he first distilled its rosemary oil 40 years ago With so many new organic beauty brands now on offer, it's interesting to reflect on one of the originals. L'Occitane was born out of one man's passion for his homeland, France, and its romantic culture
"22.10.2016 17:19:44" theglobeandmail.com Most dermatologists think people don't use enough sunscreen: study Estimated 99 per cent think patients don't apply enough sunscreen If you're planning on going somewhere sunny, don't skimp on the sunscreen.
"22.10.2016 16:58:43" theglobeandmail.com For that once-in-a-lifetime tool, The Sharing Depot can help The philosophy behind The Sharing Depot is to reduce consumption by providing a comprehensive stock of wares to the public for a small annual fee Most people own commodities that didn't live up to their preconceived utility – things “you had to have” that are quickly condemned to the basement, the closet or, worse, the dump. The Sharing Depot provides an alternative.
"22.10.2016 16:30:38" theglobeandmail.com Divide, then rule: How the weird science of U.S. gerrymandering works Employing voter algorithms and modern mapping software, American politicians have turned gerrymandering into a precise and powerful tool American politics is rigged. Both parties do the rigging, and they do it in plain sight, shamelessly and legally and even democratically. This is gerrymandering.
"22.10.2016 16:00:18" Timeline Photos "Big bad Hydro bills." Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. From Globe Opinion
"22.10.2016 15:20:14" theglobeandmail.com Election-rigging rhetoric hints at Trump's post-election plans Only 17 days remain until the U.S. presidential election, and Robert Kuniegel believes Donald Trump is poised to win a landslide victory. Only one thing stands in Mr. Trump's way, he says – rampant voter fraud. Donald Trump's bellicose talk is riling up his base, undermining confidence in the electoral process and flirting with all kinds of danger.
"22.10.2016 15:20:13" theglobeandmail.com Why the men's makeup market is hotter than ever Janna Zittrer uncovers what's behind the momentum From blemish concealers to bronzers and beyond, a number of new and familiar brands are tapping into the growing market of men's makeup.
"22.10.2016 15:20:13" theglobeandmail.com If Secret Path 'is the last thing I do, I'm happy': What happens to Gord Downie next 'It's all melding together,' Gord Downie says on the tour bus, amid the frustration of a faltering memory. While he's still creating and making plans, the Tragically Hip front man is trying hard not to get ahead of himself.
"22.10.2016 15:19:04" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: If the Chicago Cubs win, sports will miss an exemplary loser With their 108-year World Series-less streak, the Cubs remind you to enjoy the ride rather than the destination No one has ever done losing quite like the Cubs. When they win, you might even miss the good old days.
"22.10.2016 15:11:05" theglobeandmail.com Sweet Carolina: Celebrating 35 years of designer Carolina Herrera's enduring style On the occasion of her 35th anniversary in business – and the release of a new book chronicling her career – Nolan Bryant talks to the designer about her unconventional start and enduring appeal Generations of society women and celebrities have gravitated to Carolina Herrera's collections.
"22.10.2016 15:07:02" theglobeandmail.com Shake up your cocktail routine with six designer barware finds Fully stocked: In preparation for the holiday season, we take a look at the best barware that mixes a bartender's functionality with a sleek look.
"22.10.2016 14:59:10" theglobeandmail.com Wente: The professor vs. the pronoun warriors Transgender rights are a big deal these days – so big that a federal law will soon enshrine them along with other human rights. U of T is caught up in a fight with one of its own professors that combines gender, language and human rights. From Globe Opinion
"22.10.2016 14:46:07" theglobeandmail.com Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland more hopeful about saving Canada-EU trade deal The Trade Minister said she was heading back to Canada after meeting Saturday morning with European Parliament President Martin Schulz in Brussels, but hoped to return with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to sign the CETA accord After walking out of the talks on Friday Freeland said that she thought a deal was "impossible." From Globe Politics
"22.10.2016 14:07:45" theglobeandmail.com Why can't I have nice things? How even a klutz can have great style You say, 'Maybe you shouldn't be balancing coffee on your chest while browsing Facebook or drinking wine while lying on the ground.' I say, 'Don't tell me how to live my life.' If you suffer from the occasional spill caused by a drink or a sauce, don't fret.
"22.10.2016 13:43:03" theglobeandmail.com First Nations chief calls prisoner's treatment in solitary 'inhumane' A First Nations chief has joined the effort to free a young aboriginal man from his four-year stretch in provincial solitary confinement, petitioning Queen's Park to explain why one of his community members has languished in isolation for so long A First Nations Chief has joined the effort to free a young aboriginal man in Thunder Bay, who has been in solitary confinement for more than 1,500 days in a Plexiglass cell illuminated by a 24-hour light.
"22.10.2016 13:34:07" theglobeandmail.com Experts fear Britain's iconic conkers could be wiped out completely A moth the size of a grain of rice is threatening Britain's horse-chestnut trees Never mind Brexit, the falling pound or the sad state of England's soccer team. Britain is facing a far more pressing concern: fewer conkers.
"22.10.2016 13:17:26" theglobeandmail.com Organized-crime wiretaps plummet as RCMP shifts focus to terrorism Upswing of the fight against terrorism is taking its toll on the force's other major business line, data show The priority the Mounties give to chasing mobsters versus terrorists has always been an issue, but the balance clearly shifted after the attack on Parliament Hill two years ago.
"22.10.2016 12:45:43" theglobeandmail.com How to do a proper push-up The push-up is arguably the most basic of all strength-training exercises, but is effective Proper technique is the key to getting the most out of this simple exercise.
"22.10.2016 12:21:34" theglobeandmail.com 3-D printing: From dog joints to practice patients, students learn the future of manufacturing Students get practical experience with 3-D printing, anticipated to be the next phase of manufacturing Many colleges across Canada anticipating the next generation of manufacturing needs and investing millions into 3-D printing equipment and skills training.
"22.10.2016 12:02:01" Timeline Photos Will the next four years be business as usual for Canada? Get expert insight and analysis on the effects of the next U.S. presidency on Canadian business. This exclusive content is only available to Globe Unlimited subscribers. Become one today for
"22.10.2016 11:57:26" theglobeandmail.com How Deloitte landed in its new digs Work stations are unassigned in Deloitte's new Toronto offices. The professional services firm was looking for a downtown site to unite its Toronto operations. Getting in on the ground floor of a new tower offered it the chance to customize its workspace design.
"22.10.2016 11:34:45" theglobeandmail.com Canadian researcher paving the way for early intervention of mental illness Dr. Rudolf Uher is conducting a landmark study on the development of mental illness among children that this week has earned him the Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize for Mental Health Research Early intervention is a goal the public system aspires to, but less often delivers. This researcher is trying to change that.
"22.10.2016 11:06:32" theglobeandmail.com Why ice isn't always the best way to treat an injury Health care practitioners are saying in some cases heat may be the way to go Have an injury? Ice may not be the best way to treat it. In fact, icing an injury could be slowing down the healing process.
"22.10.2016 10:03:45" theglobeandmail.com Proposed law in Netherlands would grant healthy people assisted death Critics say the Netherlands, which legalized euthanasia for people suffering from unbearable pain in 2001, has gone too far with the proposed law The proposal to legalize assisted dying for older people who are generally healthy but feel they have led a full life has stirred up an ethical storm in some quarters.
"22.10.2016 07:33:03" Editorial: "[Nicola Sturgeon, the First Minister of Scotland and Leader of the Scottish National Party] is trying to threaten, pressure, and generally embarrass British Prime Minister Theresa May into renouncing 'hard Brexit'." From Globe Opinion
"22.10.2016 04:52:55" theglobeandmail.com Pulmonary condition prevents Senator McCoy from flying home to Alberta Calgary resident and Senator Elaine McCoy has not travelled to Alberta for more than a year because health concerns prevent her from flying Independent Senator Elaine McCoy said her doctor advised her against flying since she was first hospitalized with a pulmonary condition in December, 2015. She hasn't been home to Calgary since then.
"22.10.2016 03:45:30" theglobeandmail.com The Trudeau government's new plan for economic growth? It's complicated In 1982, Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau appointed Donald Macdonald to lead an inquiry into Canada's future Editorial: "The details of how privatization or a public-private partnership is executed are everything – and here, the council's brief report is mute." From Globe Opinion
"22.10.2016 02:46:13" theglobeandmail.com Fall made me feel optimistic for my son, who struggles with drug addiction Perhaps my impulsive wave of optimism will be contagious; perhaps it will infect him with a renewed sense of purpose to commit to the complex process of recovery, Jane Newman writes A mother shares the challenges of having a son with concurrent addiction issues.
"22.10.2016 01:42:20" theglobeandmail.com New legislation will empower judges to waive victim surcharge House to consider Liberal pitch to give courts discretion on victim surcharge The federal government will give judges discretion to tell impoverished criminals they don't have to pay the victim surcharge that is required of people convicted of committing an offence.
"22.10.2016 00:40:51" theglobeandmail.com The biggest obstacle I faced in learning to dance? My brain Explaining why I wasn't dancing with my wife at our wedding seemed more preposterous than finally learning to dance. I decided that it was time, writes Corey Mintz Sometimes it isn't your two left feet, but rather what's between your two ears.
"22.10.2016 00:03:24" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post In Photos: Winners of the 2016 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition - The winners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition were revealed today at a ceremony at the Natural History Museum, London. American photographer Tim Laman won
"21.10.2016 23:40:22" Timeline Photos After sowing confusion with its housing reforms, Ottawa has provided more guidance about which buyers will be exempt from the stricter mortgage requirements.
The new rules, which went into effect Monday, have created panic among some prospective
"21.10.2016 22:48:31" theglobeandmail.com Half of Republicans would reject election result if Clinton wins: poll The findings come after repeated statements by Trump that the media and the political establishment have rigged the election against him Nearly 70 per cent of Republicans say if Hillary Clinton wins, it would be because of illegal voting or vote rigging, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
"21.10.2016 22:21:04" theglobeandmail.com Increasing immigration won't fix Canada's growth challenge Advisory council recommends bringing in many more immigrants, but it's not the number of people that matters. It's the type of people who come There are humanitarian reasons to take in more refugees. But if it were looking at the problem solely through the lens of economic growth, Ottawa would be charting a very different course. From Globe Opinion
"21.10.2016 22:04:05" theglobeandmail.com Woman throws pumpkin seeds at Trudeau to protest pipelines A woman who threw pumpkin seeds at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in Hamilton today is being questioned by the RCMP Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was leaving Hamilton's city hall after meeting with the mayor, when the woman hurled the seeds at him, shouting, “Keep your promises!”
"21.10.2016 21:48:08" theglobeandmail.com How to rig an American election in three not-very-easy steps If the Democrats were seeking to fix the presidential election, we'd be hearing about it from someone other than Donald Trump, who has provided not a scintilla of evidence to back up his claims "Perhaps there is a vast, left-wing conspiracy to cook the electoral books ... If so, how would the conspirators pull it off? Let's give this an honest look." Globe Opinion
"21.10.2016 21:25:05" Timeline Photos Analysts are predicting that Canada's housing market will take an immediate hit from the mortgage rule tightening Ottawa unveiled this month.
But they are divided on just how dramatic the effects will be.
Some say the changes will trigger a hard landing
"21.10.2016 21:12:17" theglobeandmail.com Quebec says Canadian Pacific directly responsible for Lac-Mégantic damages Quebec's attorney general recently tabled court documents seeking to modify its initial $409-million lawsuit Canadian Pacific Railway is directly responsible for damages caused when a runaway train carrying crude oil derailed in 2013 in Lac-Megantic, according to new allegations recently filed in court by the Quebec government.
"21.10.2016 20:08:00" theglobeandmail.com Dellen Millard to apply for legal aid to help fund murder trials Millard is the heir to a multi-million dollar aviation company, but says he cannot access his assets Dellen Millard was convicted of first-degree murder in the death of Tim Bosma:
"21.10.2016 19:37:03" theglobeandmail.com Indian police sting breaks up fraud ring that targeted Canadians through CRA scam On Oct. 5, authorities rounded up 70 people in Thane, India, suspected of running an expansive call-centre racket that perpetrated a notorious scam A mass police arrest in India has broken up an international fraud ring that conned Canadians into paying up to $100-million toward phony tax bills, the RCMP says
"21.10.2016 18:50:01" theglobeandmail.com Bruce Springsteen on struggling with depression, family and Donald Trump In an exclusive interview, Elizabeth Renzetti discovers why Bruce Springsteen just might be the ultimate chronicler of recent American history Nobody who has seen Springsteen live can doubt that on stage is where he is most himself. "In truth, offstage I never really had the ease or ability to enjoy myself very freely.”
"21.10.2016 18:18:31" theglobeandmail.com European Space Agency says Mars probe may have exploded Pictures show a black spot in the area where the Schiaparelli lander was meant to touch down The crash-landing is a painful reminder of how hard it is to put a spacecraft on the surface of the red planet:
"21.10.2016 17:55:21" The Clinton logo versus the Trump logo: looking forward, looking inward
"21.10.2016 17:47:03" theglobeandmail.com Canada's cities call for $12.7-billion federal fix for housing crisis Federation of Canadian Municipalities urges investments to protect existing social housing, prevent homelessness and build new units "We need to fix this now.”
"21.10.2016 17:16:39" theglobeandmail.com Real-estate reform: What you need to know about Ottawa's overhaul The federal government is throwing some cold water on Canada's overheated housing market, hoping to keep Canadians out of unaffordable debt and slow down foreign investment in Toronto and Vancouver's real-estate markets Ottawa proposed sweeping changes to spread mortgage risks is the latest measure in an attempt to stabilize Canada's real estate market.
"21.10.2016 16:33:41" theglobeandmail.com High-demand college programs see stiff competition Colleges offer strategies for students who don't get in to their program of choice Looking to enroll in a college program that's deemed in high demand? You could face 1 in 12 odds of being accepted.
"21.10.2016 15:55:02" theglobeandmail.com Ontario to buy hydroelectricity from Quebec in bid to cut emissions Under the seven-year agreement, Ontario will buy two terawatt hours a year – about 1.4 per cent of the province's total demand Under the seven-year agreement, Ontario will buy two terawatt hours a year – enough electricity to power a city of 240,000 people.
"21.10.2016 15:45:15" theglobeandmail.com For some, new housing market rules make no difference With CMHC on 'red alert,' buyers and sellers are choosing their strategies carefully The new real estate rules aren't slowing down some perspective buyers. Case in point, the 'bully' offer of $180,100 above asking price on one Toronto home.
"21.10.2016 15:16:58" theglobeandmail.com Canadian trade minister walks out of EU trade talks, says deal is 'impossible' The development throws the future of the Canada-EU trade deal into doubt and, coming only months after the United Kingdom voted to quit the European Union, is a blow to the EU's efforts to demonstrate it is still moving forward as a viable entity “Canada has worked, and I personally have worked very hard, but it is now evident to me, evident to Canada, that the European Union is incapable of reaching an agreement"
"21.10.2016 14:43:06" theglobeandmail.com Ottawa proposes sweeping changes to spread mortgage risks Department of Finance releases 22-page consultation paper laying out its vision of changes to country's mortgage insurance system Ottawa laid out its vision for sweeping changes to Canada's 62-year-old mortgage insurance system, including having lenders shoulder up to 15 per cent of the costs of losses on defaulted mortgages.
"21.10.2016 14:29:18" theglobeandmail.com First Nations, Alberta seek compromise on water rights Provincial Ministers of Environment and Parks and Indigenous Relations to meet with three First Nation chiefs The province and some First Nations both claim exclusive rights to govern water use on aboriginal lands.
"21.10.2016 13:59:10" theglobeandmail.com The taxman, the bank and the lost $12,349.21: A cautionary tale There are lessons for all of us from a case in which TD took money for the Canada Revenue Agency from an account belonging to the wrong 'Ted' The cautionary tale of Ted, the Canada Revenue Agency and the bank that helped take away his money due to human error. From Rob Carrick
"21.10.2016 13:58:30" theglobeandmail.com U.S. web provider says probing East Coast cyber attack Internet users reporting problems accessing companies including Twitter, Spotify Some of the affected sites include Twitter, Reddit, Amazon, Netflix and Spotify.
"21.10.2016 13:37:46" theglobeandmail.com Family violence stressed as a serious public health issue in Canada Family violence is a serious public health issue in Canada, warns the country's Chief Public Health Officer, who is drawing attention to the “long-lasting and widespread” impact on health of crimes that are under-reported and seldom discussed. “We need to talk about this,” said Gregory Taylor, who tabled a report to Parliament about family violence.
"21.10.2016 13:11:48" theglobeandmail.com Clinton, Trump trade punch lines at annual charity dinner Donald Trump may have started his speech with laughs from his self-deprecating humour, but by the end, he'd lost the crowd amid boos Watch highlights from the speeches, which included this line from Hillary Clinton: “I took a break from my rigorous nap schedule to be here,” she said, adding, “Usually, I charge a lot for speeches like this.”
"21.10.2016 12:48:00" Timeline Photos "One senses ..." Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. From Globe Opinion
"21.10.2016 12:25:55" theglobeandmail.com Liberals avoid scrutiny for contentious cash-for-access fundraisers The move comes after the federal government received criticism for hosting cash-for-access fundraisers The enforcement of political fundraisers rules falls under the umbrella of a department that reports directly to Justin Trudeau, escaping the scrutiny of the ethics commissioner. From Globe Politics
"21.10.2016 11:55:28" Timeline Photos Moment in time: Oct. 21, 1967 - Vietnam protesters descend on Pentagon:
Tens of thousands of students and anti-Vietnam-war activists who had spent the day at the Lincoln Memorial in a carnival atmosphere were now crossing the Potomac and heading to the
"21.10.2016 10:52:11" theglobeandmail.com Bombardier cutting another 7,500 jobs; rail unit to be hit hardest The Canadian plane and train maker is trying to rebuild profit amid deepening concern about production delays for its flagship C Series airliner and tough competition bearing down on its rail business The Canadian plane and train maker tries to rebuild profit amid deepening concern about production delays for its flagship C Series airliner by cutting 10 per cent of its workforce.
"21.10.2016 10:09:38" theglobeandmail.com How 5BX, an exercise regimen created to keep pilots in shape, can help you get fit The routine is called 5BX – “five basic exercises” – and it was intended as a way to keep pilots fit even when posted to remote communities with no exercise facilities 5BX – 'five basic exercises' – was created to keep pilots in shape. Half a century later, its value still stands
"21.10.2016 06:28:07" theglobeandmail.com Alberta homeowners warm to geothermal technology While Albertans have proved “slow to adopt” the idea of exchanging energy with the earth, things could be changing (archives) "Homeowners are becoming curious about solutions that don't come with the cost fluctuations of fossil fuels.”
"21.10.2016 04:39:11" theglobeandmail.com Vancouver School Board staff to return, appointed trustee says Most of the group that is off on medical leave is expected to be back on the job by mid-November, Dianne Turner says In her first public remarks since being appointed the sole trustee for the Vancouver School Board, Dianne Turner said one of her top priorities will be to create a respectful working environment. From Globe British Columbia
"21.10.2016 03:39:06" theglobeandmail.com Drug death toll reaches new peak in B.C. with 555 fatalities in nine months The Ministry of Public Safety says there were 508 for all of 2015 2015: 508 deaths. January to September 2016: 555 deaths.
From Globe British Columbia
"21.10.2016 03:34:39" theglobeandmail.com With cash-for-access, Justin Trudeau picks up where Kathleen Wynne left off Federal Liberal Party carrying out the same discredited fundraising scheme that forced the Ontario government to change the law Editorial: "Is no one in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office paying attention to what is going on in Ontario?"
From Globe Opinion
"21.10.2016 02:50:54" theglobeandmail.com South Africa to withdraw from International Criminal Court South Africa becomes the second African country to announce that it's quitting the court's founding treaty In a major blow to the International Criminal Court, the South African government has given formal notice of its intention to withdraw from the beleaguered court.
"21.10.2016 02:16:55" theglobeandmail.com Why it's time to drop the myth of the 'midlife crisis' 'Midlife crisis' has become the ultimate dumping ground for any change in behaviour, however slight, between 40 and 60 “I realized that something was going to give, and it was either going to be me, my marriage or my health.”
"21.10.2016 01:09:29" theglobeandmail.com Surrey, B.C. vigilante group stands by Mountie sex-sting claim Surrey Creep Catchers has faced criticism, including from the RCMP, which last month urged the group to leave investigations to the professionals "We're only getting started," says the president of Surrey Creep Catcher.
From Globe British Columbia
"21.10.2016 00:44:08" theglobeandmail.com The right way to build an eco-friendly house (hint: keep it simple) There are many (expensive) ways to build an environmentally-friendly house – but the most effective plans focus less on being eco-fabulous, and more on common sense (archives) As individual homeowners, we can do something meaningful for the planet – cutting energy use, saving water and also cutting waste:
"21.10.2016 00:18:31" theglobeandmail.com How to carve a Halloween pumpkin like a pro Halloween means time to carve those pumkins Getting ready to carve your Halloween pumpkin? Check out these tips:
"20.10.2016 23:46:20" theglobeandmail.com Quebec Liberal steps down from provincial caucus after sex-assault allegation Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard issued a statement on Thursday that Deputy Government House Leader Gerry Sklavounos is no longer in the Liberal caucus and is sitting as an Independent Gerry Sklavounos is no longer in the Liberal caucus.
"20.10.2016 23:37:03" theglobeandmail.com Morneau's economic growth council calls for national infrastructure bank Finance Minister Bill Morneau's Advisory Council on Economic Growth also urges boost to immigration They want Ottawa to put in $40-billion to get it started.
From Globe Politics
"20.10.2016 22:57:30" theglobeandmail.com Humour, meet fragile ego: The secret weapon of that 'nasty woman' The remark – and his entire campaign – would be laughable, if only a sizable proportion of the electorate didn't want Donald Trump in the Oval Office "If there's one thing bullies can't stand, it's being mocked."
From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 22:23:07" "This election is showing just an extraordinary amount of latent sexism that has bubbled to the surface."
"20.10.2016 21:45:12" theglobeandmail.com Good grief: Snoopy, Peanuts gang cut loose by MetLife The U.S. insurer's marketing effort using the Peanuts crew is coming to an end After 31 years, Snoopy has been handed the pink slip. From Report on Business
"20.10.2016 21:45:12" theglobeandmail.com Owning a heritage house brings cost along with the beauty Depending on which architectural features are being protected, renovation can cost up to 50 per cent more "There are a lot of ways you can fix things for a reasonable cost.”
"20.10.2016 21:14:17" theglobeandmail.com Trump says he'll accept election result if he wins, reserves right to challenge Trump clarifies debate comments at rally in Ohio Donald J. Trump: “I will totally accept the results of this great and historic presidential election ... If I win.”
"20.10.2016 20:24:24" theglobeandmail.com Housing consulting group pursues a mass-market net-zero home That's a house, affordable and constructed for Canadian winters, that produces as much energy as it consumes over the course of a year (archives) Before you get too excited about a net-zero home ...
"20.10.2016 19:57:06" theglobeandmail.com After loss, focus is on whether Jays' Encarnacion and Bautista will return But one Blue Jay who is certain to come back for the final year of his contract in 2017 is manager John Gibbons "To be honest I'm really sad because I don't know what's going to happen next.”
"20.10.2016 19:34:18" theglobeandmail.com Canadian Interuniversity Sport rebrands as U Sports The changes are the latest effort by those running Canadian university sports to attract more attention to their athletes For the third time in 100 years, the governing body for university sports in Canada is changing its name:
"20.10.2016 19:02:08" theglobeandmail.com Liberals to unveil new judicial appointment process, undo changes made by Harper Government and legal sources say the federal government is expected to announce a new process so it can begin to fill backlogs in appointments The new process emphasizes gender and racial diversity.
"20.10.2016 18:23:59" theglobeandmail.com B.C. port project could have 'adverse effects' on birds headed to Alaska: report Western sandpipers, which touch down on the Fraser River delta in the spring to feed on energy-rich 'biofilm' on the tidal mudflats, are most at risk and could suffer 'species-level consequences,' says a submission from Environment and Climate Change Port officials have long argued the $2-billion expansion of the Robert Bank terminal, which critics have described as a “glorified parking lot,” can co-exist with birds and biofilm. From Globe British Columbia
"20.10.2016 17:59:18" theglobeandmail.com Postmedia to cut salary expenses by 20% through buyouts The company says staff have until Nov. 8 to apply for the buyouts Postmedia says it plans to reduce its salary costs by 20 per cent through voluntary staff buyouts, adding that layoffs are possible if its target isn't met. From Report on Business
"20.10.2016 17:48:05" theglobeandmail.com Ontario to outlaw 'scalper bots' that scoop up concert tickets Naqvi notes challenges, but says he feels strongly government needs to do something to try to protect consumers Attorney General Yasir Naqvi was “bugged” by seeing Tragically Hip fans being shut out of initial ticket sales for the iconic Canadian band's farewell tour last summer.
"20.10.2016 17:21:48" theglobeandmail.com Ottawa's gloves come off over health-care funding Federal government makes it clear it intends to assert its control over how provinces use federal cash transfers for health care Justin Trudeau revealed more about his vision of Canadian federalism in one sentence about cash transfers to the provinces for health care than he has in his year as PM. From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 16:48:09" theglobeandmail.com Nintendo unveils next-generation gaming console Nintendo Switch Company looks to catch up with rivals Sony and Microsoft Nintendo Switch, the company's first console since Wii U in 2012, is a hybrid device, doubling up as a traditional console as well as a handheld device.
"20.10.2016 16:37:46" theglobeandmail.com Save your breath, Canada: America knows it's great American exceptionalism reflects a nation that sees itself as the best hope of humanity. Great peoples think that way "What Canadians miss is that most Americans do think America is great. They have no searing self-doubt." From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 16:12:15" theglobeandmail.com Alleged UBC sexual-assault victim Stephanie Hale awaits closure Complainant's story suggests university's revised policies should contain many changes if they are to meet survivors' needs As Stephanie Hale case makes clear, new policies will have to contain many changes if they are to meet survivors' demands for their needs to become central to university processes. From Globe British Columbia
"20.10.2016 15:39:18" theglobeandmail.com Episode 3: Married to the business Listen to the new Globe and Mail podcast about the real-life drama of running a business. Could you run a business with your spouse? Meet two couples who do just that, on this week's episode of Risk Takers, a podcast about the real-life drama of running a business.
"20.10.2016 15:28:25" The final debate: Highlights from Clinton vs. Trump, round three
"20.10.2016 15:06:42" theglobeandmail.com A conspiratorial candidate, and America's deferred dread The implications of Trump's claim that Clinton must be rigging everything loomed over every word of the third debate Donald J. Trump's implications that Hillary Clinton must be rigging the election loomed over every word of the third debate. From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 14:37:48" theglobeandmail.com Trump says Clinton incited fights at rallies, and it's 'all on tape.' Here's what the tape says Two Democratic Party operatives have stepped away from the presidential campaign after a sting operation by a conservative activist's group Donald J. Trump made mention during the debate of the video footage that appears to show two Democratic Party operatives boasting about planting people at Trump rallies to incite violence.
"20.10.2016 14:16:18" theglobeandmail.com Cornered and wounded, Trump is trying to take everyone down with him The Republican candidate has signalled he doesn't believe in American democracy and that the likelier his rejection by voters appears, the more he will try to destroy the entire system Comparing Donald J. Trump to a wounded animal may give him too much credit. Wounded animals lash out, they don't respond to losing a fight by pulling out a match and trying to burn down the entire forest. From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 13:42:29" theglobeandmail.com Video: Trump is noncommittal about respecting election result, calls the election rigged Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton should not have been allowed to run for the presidency because of her e-mails Watch as Donald J. Trump promises to keep everyone in suspense on how he will react if the Hillary Clinton wins the election.
"20.10.2016 13:42:17" Live: The third and final presidential debate is behind us and everyone is talking about Donald Trump refusing to commit to respecting the results on Nov 8. Elizabeth Renzetti is here to discuss the night's key moments.
"20.10.2016 13:18:04" theglobeandmail.com What to do when you suspect the CRA has made a mistake on your taxes The onus is always on the taxpayer to fix the problem – even if the CRA has made the error. Failing to take action can be dire. Unlike a Monopoly chance card: 'Bank Error in your Favour,' when the CRA makes an error, (even in your favour) the onus is always on the taxpayer to fix the problem. From Report on Business
"20.10.2016 12:53:28" Timeline Photos "Help!" Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 12:31:24" theglobeandmail.com Morneau fundraiser one in list of Liberal cash-for-access events Trudeau defends cabinet members' participation in at least 20 cash-for-access events this year The Globe and Mail found at least 20 'cash-for-access' fundraising events that the Liberals have hosted this year. From Globe Politics
"20.10.2016 12:07:12" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: Jays lost their shot at the World Series, but they've already accepted it The team is going to lose some of its big names, but the loss seems to have hit them less than it did last year What hurt most is that this looked like a genuine chance for the Toronto Blue Jays to take a strong across-the-board team into the World Series and maybe win it. That chance is probably gone, writes Cathal Kelly.
"20.10.2016 11:44:42" theglobeandmail.com In final debate, Trump refuses to commit to respecting election result During Wednesday night's debate, the final showdown between the two candidates, Donald Trump refused to say whether he would respect the election result if he loses and continued to allege that there are massive irregularities in the voter rolls In a last-ditch effort to rally his supporters and deter his opponents, Donald Trump repeatedly called Hillary Clinton a liar and denounced her actions as criminal during the third and final presidential debate.
"20.10.2016 11:12:02" Timeline Photos Moment in time: Oct. 20, 1992 - Madonna's Sex hits coffee tables:
While sex appeal had always been a hallmark of celebrity, Madonna bought eroticism, celebrity and commercialism to a new height when she released her book, Sex. Wrapped in a Mylar bag, it
"20.10.2016 10:59:26" Video: Trump says Clinton campaign behind slew of sexual assau... Donald J. Trump says Hillary Clinton's campaign is behind the slew of sexual assault accusations against him.
"20.10.2016 10:48:00" theglobeandmail.com Synchronizing music to exercise: How the right tempo means a better workout A University of Toronto study finds people get better results when the beat of the music they listen to complements their pace Here's one more reason why you should have a good playlist while you're exercising.
"20.10.2016 10:03:09" theglobeandmail.com From Clinton, a more aggressive and impassioned debate performance Donald Trump's performance at third debate wasn't enough to change the narrative or the election Hillary Clinton's tactics during the final presidential debate included "a combination of a 'grandmother smile' of bemusement for [Donald Trump's] boyish and often incomprehensible rants and a look of barely concealed disdain."
"20.10.2016 09:35:08" theglobeandmail.com Schooling the Vancouver School Board School boards in Canada are a mixed bag, but party politics tends to make them worse. There's some reason to believe that, the bigger they are, the more troublesome they become Editorial: "There's some reason to believe that, the bigger [school boards] are, the more troublesome they become." From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 05:22:08" Video: Trump and Clinton fight over national security, Putin a... Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump fight over national security, Putin and who's the puppet.
"20.10.2016 04:43:33" theglobeandmail.com Donald Trump's calculated, crazy debate gamble We've actually lived to see the day when a candidate for president, at a debate witnessed by tens of millions of viewers, would not promise to respect the result of the election "We've actually lived to see the day when a candidate for president, at a debate witnessed by tens of millions of viewers, would not promise to respect the result of the election." From John Ibbitson
"20.10.2016 04:40:00" Video: Clinton and Trump argue about experience, Trump Tower b... Donald Trump admitted that the one thing Hillary Clinton had over him in the presidential election is experience, but called it "bad experience."
"20.10.2016 04:20:13" theglobeandmail.com Visits to Canada rise more than 10 per cent in first eight months of 2016 Upswing seen in first eight months of 2016, though overall numbers still not recovered from 2001 U.S. terror attacks as fewer Americans visit, but overseas figures up Canada was a popular travel destination for tourists in the first eight months of 2016. From Report on Business
"20.10.2016 03:19:38" theglobeandmail.com Two Democratic operatives lose jobs over video sting Conservative group catches Democratic subcontractor saying he planted people at Trump rallies to incite violence Two Democratic operatives lose their jobs after a video shows them bragging about planting people to incite violence and disrupt Donald Trump campaign rallies and events.
"20.10.2016 02:57:55" theglobeandmail.com CRA recovers $240-million in real estate tax-fraud probe, but lags in B.C. Canada Revenue Agency audited nearly six times as many files in Ontario than B.C. between April, 2015, and September, 2016 New figures show that the Canada Revenue Agency's crackdown on tax fraud in the overheated real estate markets of Ontario and British Columbia has led to a recovery of $240-million in unpaid taxes and $12.5-million in additional penalties over the past 18
"20.10.2016 02:45:51" Video: Clinton and Trump face off on abortion Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off on late-term partial-birth abortion at the third and final presidential debate.
"20.10.2016 02:29:17" theglobeandmail.com At this Quebec condo, you won't have to hide your Airbnb rentals Enticing home shoppers and investors, development will allow unit holders to rent out their spaces legally Condominium bylaws generally prevent such rentals:
"20.10.2016 01:26:49" theglobeandmail.com What's a popular prime minister to do about electoral reform? Prime Minister Justin Trudeau ruined his own election-anniversary party on Wednesday with a comment that seemed to show him cynically backing down from his party's signature promise of 'ensuring that 2015 will be the last federal election conducted under Editorial: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau seems to be backing away from his promise to change the way Canadians vote. From Globe Opinion
"20.10.2016 01:06:09" theglobeandmail.com Third presidential debate: Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton set to clash over economy, jobs and debt The third presidential debate takes place on Wednesday night. Watch the debate live on this page beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern Time and come back for highlights. Until then, Affan Chowdhry has this viewers guide on what to watch for Watch and follow our live coverage as Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump face off in the third and final presidential #debate in Las Vegas. #debatenight
"20.10.2016 00:44:42" theglobeandmail.com Video: The logo dialogue between Clinton and Trump Marcel Danesi, a semiotician from the University of Toronto, explains the dialogue going on between the Clinton and Trump logos in the U.S. election campaign. Breaking down the dialogue between Hillary Clinton's and Donald Trump's logos in the U.S. presidential election.
"20.10.2016 00:14:59" theglobeandmail.com Blue Jays eliminated from MLB postseason after ALCS loss to Indians Blue Jays eliminated from MLB playoffs after ALCS loss to Indians in Game 5 They lost the first three games of the best-of-seven, but came back to win Game 4. But it wasn't enough as the Toronto Blue Jays were knocked out of the MLB playoffs with a 3-0 loss to the Cleveland Indians in Game 5.
"20.10.2016 00:10:17" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Toronto Blue Jays eliminated after ALCS loss to Cleveland Indians at Rogers Centre in Toronto. http://tgam.ca/EQKQ
"19.10.2016 23:50:43" theglobeandmail.com Eight foods that can help you stay healthy this cold and flu season A variety of foods serve as immune system boosters by providing a rich dose of illness-fighting vitamins and minerals. Dietitian Leslie Beck runs them down for you Everyone around you may be getting sick, but you can stay healthy by eating right.
"19.10.2016 23:26:37" theglobeandmail.com Here's why Liberal leaders score well in popularity, performance The personality of Tory and Liberal leaders has a lot to do with how they are assessed and remembered A recent survey ranking the best and worst of Canada's longest-serving prime ministers have Liberal PMs occupying six of the first seven spots. But why do they score better than their Tory counterparts? From Globe Opinion
"19.10.2016 23:03:28" theglobeandmail.com Globe and Mail readership tops 7 million, survey finds Consortium that surveyed 40,000 Canadians measured numbers across print and digital platforms Thanks for reading.
"19.10.2016 22:36:34" theglobeandmail.com Alberta's Notley promises details of coal phase-out plan coming this fall Rachel Notley says program will include providing financial help to coal emitters to close their plants Premier Rachel Notley stressed in her state-of-the-province speech Wednesday that while the government won't inflict deep cuts to get out of the current recession, public-sector budgets are at their limit.
"19.10.2016 22:07:50" theglobeandmail.com CRA recovers $240-million in real estate tax-fraud probe, but lags in B.C. Canada Revenue Agency audited nearly six times as many files in Ontario than B.C. between April, 2015, and September, 2016 In the biggest case, the CRA imposed a penalty of $2.5-million against a single taxpayer, meaning the individual had hidden nearly $5-million in payable taxes on his or her return.
"19.10.2016 21:40:17" theglobeandmail.com High ratio of segregated inmates have mental-health issues, data show Ontario Human Rights Commission releases figures showing 4,198 inmates were held in segregation for at least one day over three-month period Chief Commissioner Renu Mandhane said she met one aboriginal inmate who spent more than 1,500 days (4.1 years) in segregation.
"19.10.2016 21:14:03" theglobeandmail.com Less urgency to reform electoral system after Harper defeat, Trudeau says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau promised that the 2015 federal election would be the last fought under the first-past-the-post system, but, a year into his majority government, he is suggesting that electoral reform is no longer the urgent issue it was when It's been a long-time complaint of those who advocate reform that sitting governments of every stripe are reluctant to make changes to a system that brought them success.
"19.10.2016 21:03:23" theglobeandmail.com Canadian researcher paving the way for early intervention of mental illness Dr. Rudolf Uher is conducting a landmark study on the development of mental illness among children that this week has earned him the Royal-Mach-Gaensslen Prize for Mental Health Research “Having seen so many people so badly affected by mental illness, this is the opportunity to make a bigger difference.”
"19.10.2016 20:25:22" theglobeandmail.com Feds likely to miss deadline to clear payroll issues: deputy minister Marie Lemay says cases are becoming more complicated The federal government was forced to hire or re-hire hundreds of payroll and call-centre workers after more than 82,000 civil servants reported problems with their paycheques under the new Phoenix payroll system.
"19.10.2016 20:00:36" theglobeandmail.com B.C. MP Peter Julian quits as NDP House leader to explore leadership bid Murray Rankin, another B.C. New Democrat, will take over as House leader The NDP will select a leader to replace Tom Mulcair in October 2017.
"19.10.2016 19:49:06" theglobeandmail.com Toronto considering Airbnb regulation options as short-term rentals soar Proposed rules to come next year as use of rental website grows rapidly It's the latest headache for the city related to the so-called sharing economy.
"19.10.2016 19:05:20" theglobeandmail.com In the race to replace Harper, have Conservatives learned nothing? Sharp-eyed observers will have noted that even though it's 2016, only one of the candidates to date is a woman "So far it seems that most have forgotten everything and learned nothing." From Globe Politics
"19.10.2016 18:39:13" theglobeandmail.com European Mars lander touches down on red planet Scientists are now awaiting updates on the status of the Schiaparelli lander Scientists are still waiting to find out what shape it is in:
"19.10.2016 18:12:50" theglobeandmail.com Video: Circuses offended U.S. election campaign referred to as circus In a tongue-in-cheek video, circuses call for an end to the U.S. election campaign being compared to their line of business In this U.S. presidential election year, who are the real clowns?
"19.10.2016 17:48:12" theglobeandmail.com Boost your bottom line by hiring a refugee Refugees are adaptable and resilient, loyal and hard working – and deeply grateful when they find work "When life gives refugees lemons, if they are to survive, their only choice is making lemonade. Those who make it to Canada are the best lemonade makers out there." From Report on Business
"19.10.2016 17:22:17" theglobeandmail.com Memo to Trump: Losing is part of the price being in the game Not everything is a winner-take-all contest, especially not in politics Donald J. Trump reduces everything into a winner-take-all contest; and just as he never apologizes, he never loses. Unfortunately for Trump, that's not the way politics works. From Globe Opinion
"19.10.2016 16:47:06" theglobeandmail.com Belgium's Wallonia region rejects deadline to sign EU-Canada trade deal The region's leader is demanding a full renegotiation that could bring CETA down “It is insufficient. And you cannot say now: 'You have 3 days to accept.' ” From Report on Business
"19.10.2016 16:45:02" One year later, highlights from Justin Trudeau's election night speech: "My friends, this is Canada, and in Canada, better is always possible."
"19.10.2016 16:31:54" theglobeandmail.com Blue Jays Bingo: An online game for TV viewers Generate a new card every game for your computer or mobile device Don't forget to create a Toronto Blue Jays card before first pitch today:
"19.10.2016 16:06:28" theglobeandmail.com Marco Estrada to be starting pitcher for Blue Jays in Game 5 of ALCS Veteran has thrown more than 16 innings over two games in this postseason, with a win against Texas and a loss against Cleveland Cleveland counters with Ryan Merritt – a rookie who has thrown a total of 11 innings in the big leagues.
"19.10.2016 15:43:02" Timeline Photos Moment in time: Oct. 19, 1981 - Blue Monday ends Expos' World Series dreams:
Before the Blue Jays became competitive, this country's first thrilling encounter with major-league postseason baseball was the Expos' playoff run in 1981. The team came within a
"19.10.2016 15:19:21" Timeline Photos "Slip slidin' away" Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. From Globe Opinion
"19.10.2016 14:55:47" theglobeandmail.com A viewers guide to the final round: Trump, Clinton set to clash over economy, jobs and national debt The third presidential debate takes place on Wednesday night. Watch the debate live on this page beginning at 9 p.m. Eastern Time and come back for highlights. Until then, Affan Chowdhry has this viewers guide on what to watch for Everything you need to know about what's creating buzz and news in the lead-up to the final debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump.
"19.10.2016 14:31:05" theglobeandmail.com Bank of Canada cuts forecast on export worries, housing crackdown The central bank also kept its key rate at 0.5 per cent Wednesday The bank's more pessimistic tone suggests rate hikes are still a long way off in Canada. From Report on Business
"19.10.2016 14:01:51" theglobeandmail.com Truth, in hope of reconciliation: Gord Downie tells the tragic tale of Chanie Wenjack A different Downie from the one leading The Hip takes stage in Ottawa to tell story of aboriginal boy who died after fleeing residential school 50 years ago It seemed like everyone wanted the night to be about Gord – except Gord. He wanted the focus to be on Chanie Wenjack.
"19.10.2016 13:50:57" jays cleveland game 4 victory Highlights from Jays 5-1 win over Cleveland in Game 4.
"19.10.2016 13:35:26" theglobeandmail.com Are you getting nervous about the housing market? Plus what's the best strategy when your mortgage is up for renewal and you have a small balance Rob Carrick asked readers to rank their anxiety about housing. At one extreme, one reader described their anxiety level at 11 for the Greater Toronto Area.
"19.10.2016 13:14:04" theglobeandmail.com Nigerian author, activist Ken Wiwa dies Former Globe feature writer and son of executed environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa served as a special assistant to three Nigerian presidents The former Globe feature writer and son of executed environmental activist Ken Saro-Wiwa served as a special assistant to three Nigerian presidents.
"19.10.2016 13:04:02" theglobeandmail.com Advocates push vaccines for boys amid rise in HPV-caused cancers Canadian Cancer Society statistics find over the past 20 years, HPV-related mouth and throat cancers rose by 56 per cent among men and 17 per cent among women All Canadian provinces currently have public programs to vaccinate girls against HPV. But several parts of Canada still don't offer publicly funded HPV vaccines for boys.
"19.10.2016 12:48:59" Timeline Photos Hillary and Donald likely didn't wave at each other as their planes neared each other in Las Vegas before tonight's third US presidential election debate.
"19.10.2016 12:40:19" theglobeandmail.com Aid groups in Philippines prepare for super typhoon Category 5 storm may cause flooding, landslides, storm surges of up to five metres, weather bureau warns Typhoon Haima has been labelled a category 5 storm on a scale of 1 to 5 and could cause flooding, landslides and storm surges of up to five metres.
"19.10.2016 12:03:07" theglobeandmail.com 'We' movement evolves and celebrates milestones New events and online resources are designed to help young people and parents work together to make change Legend has it that Mahatma Gandhi advised people to “be the change,” but in schools and communities across the country, young Canadians have added a twist: We the change.
"19.10.2016 11:41:43" theglobeandmail.com Editorial: Reducing solitary confinement doesn't need more study. It needs action Mr. Orazietti's statement will never appear on a monument to political greatness. The only possible interpretation of it is that a thorough review has led him to conclude that he needs to do a thorough review. That's the kind of political inaction that Ontario Corrections Minister David Orazietti says he needs more time to study an issue that has already been well-examined, the Editorial Board writes. From Globe Opinion
"19.10.2016 11:20:36" theglobeandmail.com Trudeau Year One: Shrewd symbolism and flair brought him farther than anyone expected After a year in government, the Trudeau Liberals are more popular, not less, and their first real tests are behind them. How will they face the next ones? It's been one year since the Trudeau Liberals were elected. They are more popular, not less, and their first real tests are behind them. How will they face the next ones? From Globe Politics
"19.10.2016 10:54:16" theglobeandmail.com Morneau fundraiser an apparent violation of Trudeau's rules Morneau's communications director, Daniel Lauzon, denied any impropriety was at play here, describing the event as one any Canadian could have attended #Exclusive: About 15 people attended a $1,500-per-person event featuring the finance minister at the Halifax home of a mining tycoon turned land developer, sources say. From Globe Politics
"19.10.2016 10:04:40" theglobeandmail.com How to stay hydrated during a workout? A pinch of salt Studies suggest there is merit in drinking salty water – a teaspoon per litre – before a long run Instead of bringing extra water on your run to keep hydrated, try drinking some salty water before you head out.
"19.10.2016 03:59:18" theglobeandmail.com Doctor takes stand against Catholic hospital's assisted dying policy Vancouver Island physician says St. Joseph's Hospital's 'strict' policy on new law led him to quit because of patients being transferred off site The doctor says the policy is unnecessarily causing critically ill patients more suffering as they are transferred to facilities dozens of kilometres away. From Globe British Columbia
"19.10.2016 03:44:46" theglobeandmail.com Young Syrian refugees in Vancouver worried about housing, education Young Syrian refugees who came to the Vancouver region in the past year say they're concerned about the high cost of housing and the difficulty navigating a complex education system – two issues they say governments should address. Their recommendations come as the province readies for an additional 1,200 Syrian refugees by the end of the year. From Globe British Columbia
"19.10.2016 03:09:32" theglobeandmail.com Desperation drives some home buyers to gamble on a fixer-upper With prices escalating in cities such as Toronto, making a hurried, risky purchase is often the only way to get into the market “You're buying a 100-year-old house, so nobody out there is saying, 'I'm selling my house, I'm going to waterproof it for the next guy.' ”
"19.10.2016 02:41:06" theglobeandmail.com Selling your house with pictures: Don't bore the buyer More realtors are booking professional photographers, particularly in markets where buyers from other provinces or even overseas make up a portion of sales "There are, after all, only so many photos of the same boring bathroom sink a person wants to click through."
"19.10.2016 02:15:05" theglobeandmail.com I was told I'd be performing surgery the next morning – but I'm no doctor I like to try to do the right thing, but I'm not sure if anyone really cares. In a case of crossed phone lines, I got a worrying message, April Laufer writes
"19.10.2016 01:46:08" theglobeandmail.com Federal health minister, provinces hit impasse over health funding Federal Health Minister stands firm on cutting annual increase in health transfer funds from 6% to 3% Jane Philpott has agreed with her provincial and territorial colleagues on new areas of care that need investment, but the health ministers punted more difficult negotiations to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and the premiers.
"19.10.2016 01:44:20" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: Josh Donaldson is a one-man total baseball operation Within the hierarchies of baseball, Josh Donaldson has ascended to the highest plane – the guy who is so good, he doesn't need to follow the rules The “W” will get pencilled beside “Toronto Blue Jays,” but Josh Donaldson won a playoff baseball game on Tuesday.
"19.10.2016 01:41:10" theglobeandmail.com No Vancouver schools planned for closing as focus shifts to budget, staff New government-appointed VSB trustee Dianne Turner has replaced an elected board of nine trustees because of a budget standoff On Monday the Vancouver School Board was fired. Now, it begins to move forward. From Globe British Columbia
"19.10.2016 01:29:08" theglobeandmail.com What's the best way to self-fund a maternity leave? These three things should help you figure out how much you need to save in order to pay for your own leave "We're both self-employed and since our income comes from an incorporated business, our earnings are not employment-insurance (EI) eligible – so no government maternity benefits for us." #genYmoney From Report on Business
"19.10.2016 01:11:08" theglobeandmail.com As final debate looms, Utah emerges as conscience of Republican Party Lewd Trump video opens door in staunchly red state for three-way tie between Clinton, Trump and newcomer McMullin Utah has long been a Republican bastion. But with less than three weeks left until election day, the state is turning its back on the party at the presidential level because of Donald J. Trump.
"19.10.2016 01:05:13" theglobeandmail.com U.S. presidential campaign offers a study in leadership styles Researcher sees a battle of ancient strategies in diverging styles of Clinton and Trump Dr. Tracy's work includes the study of status hierarchies – the way human societies decide who gets to be in charge. For her, this U.S. election is a research opportunity like no other.
"19.10.2016 01:00:46" theglobeandmail.com How to apply for The Globe and Mail's 2017 summer job program Applications are due Friday, Oct. 28, 2016 Want to work at The Globe and Mail? Here's how to apply for the 2017 summer job program. Applications are due Friday, Oct. 28, 2016.
"19.10.2016 00:59:10" Timeline Photos Within 15 years the home you could be living in could be "net-zero" by combining energy-efficiency technology with home-based renewable energy sources to eliminate the need for power from the electricity grid or natural gas. It's all part of the Liberal
"19.10.2016 00:59:09" theglobeandmail.com Teen titans more than ready to contribute to NHL Influx of well-coached young players – who come with cheap entry-level contracts – jumping in against veterans The youth movement is heating up the ice all across the league.
"19.10.2016 00:57:05" theglobeandmail.com Nunavut regions have highest infant lung infection rates in world: study Anna Banerji of U of T has found more than 40 per cent of infants in Nunavut region are hospitalized for the affliction “These are the highest rates in the world, higher than sub-Saharan Africa,” said lead author Anna Banerji of the University of Toronto.
"19.10.2016 00:53:05" theglobeandmail.com B.C. auditor general warns info on government mobile devices at risk Carol Bellringer says any loss, theft, or exposure of information accessed via mobile devices could have serious implications British Columbia's auditor general Carol Bellringer says any loss, theft, or exposure of information accessed via mobile devices could have serious implications for the government and the province's residents.
"19.10.2016 00:45:08" theglobeandmail.com New surrogacy laws: We still haven't got it right The Canadian government has to balance the desire to help families with the need to protect surrogates, donors, parents and children from exploitation and heartbreak This analysis is a reminder that there are many fascinating legal and ethical issues in the fertility field. More important, there are real people involved and we owe it to them to get these laws right – or as right as possible. From Globe Opinion
"19.10.2016 00:40:12" theglobeandmail.com Editorial: How Sidney Crosby is making the NHL wiser about concussions The league has made real improvements, and its star player has helped that come about through his openness about the concussions he has suffered Such frankness in dealing with what is a potentially life-altering injury is admirable. Beyond medals and trophies, it may even be Mr. Crosby's most important contribution to his sport. the Editorial Board writes. From Globe Opinion
"19.10.2016 00:26:07" theglobeandmail.com Ex-MP Andrew Saxton, businessman Rick Peterson join list of Tory hopefuls Andrew Saxton lost his seat in the 2015 election Two candidates from British Columbia are joining the Conservative leadership race.
"19.10.2016 00:16:08" theglobeandmail.com Wife of Syria's Assad says she declined 'foolish' offers to leave country Wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, Asma al-Assad, gives first international media interview since war broke out in 2011 “I was offered the opportunity to leave Syria or rather to run from Syria,” said Asma al-Assad, the wife of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.
"18.10.2016 23:35:08" theglobeandmail.com Marc Kielburger: Turning classrooms into global communities Five-year-olds today will be closer than ever to world issues – students in Canada will connect by video with sister villages overseas The future of learning involves interconnected communities, Marc Kielburger writes.
"18.10.2016 23:24:09" theglobeandmail.com Craig Kielburger: Looking ahead to the next 150 years With Canada to celebrate next year a Confederation milestone, the We organization looks to hand off the baton of serving others Ahead of Canada's 150th anniversary, Craig Kielburger looks ahead to what the next 150 years hold in store.
"18.10.2016 23:13:20" theglobeandmail.com Jays beat Cleveland 5-1 to force another game in ALCS Aaron Sanchez pitched six strong innings and the Toronto bats finally woke up as the Blue Jays staved off playoff elimination It isn't over until it's over. Toronto Blue Jays force Game 5.
"18.10.2016 23:08:41" theglobeandmail.com Ecuador acknowledges limiting Julian Assange's web access WikiLeaks said Assange lost connectivity on Sunday, sparking speculation Ecuador might have been pressured by the United States Ecuador's government acknowledged it had partly restricted internet access for Julian Assange because the country did not want to meddle in election processes or favour any candidate in the U.S. election.
"18.10.2016 22:36:04" theglobeandmail.com Frazzled by home prices in Vancouver and Toronto? Remote cities want you Prince George and Saint John are among smaller centres trying to attract new residents with homes at a quarter of big-city costs "For $500,000, you can get a brand new house in a gorgeous neighbourhood, in a brand new development. In Vancouver, it would be $2-million.”
"18.10.2016 22:20:21" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Toronto Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson hits a home run against the Cleveland Indians during the third inning in Game 4 of baseball's American League Championship Series in Toronto and then made a amazing defensive play in the fifth inning.
"18.10.2016 22:11:05" theglobeandmail.com Doctors ask Ottawa to put $4-billion into senior, long-term and home care The president of the Canadian Medical Association, which represents the country's 83,000 physicians, said the federal and provincial governments need to hammer out a new health accord that will improve patient care in the short and long term “Money is important. Sure it is,” said Dr. Granger Avery. “But if we don't address how we actually engage and make our system function, then we've missed the boat.”
"18.10.2016 22:07:39" theglobeandmail.com Rights commission decries 'shocking' Ontario solitary-confinement numbers Ontario Human Rights Commission releases figures showing 4,198 inmates were held in segregation for at least one day over three-month period Many of the inmates in solitary confinement have mental-health issues, medical problems or other health challenges, including one prisoner who has spent more than four years in isolation.
"18.10.2016 21:30:23" theglobeandmail.com Sophie's way: Emotion, politics and the authentic Sophie Grégoire Trudeau She saves orphan chipmunks, cries when she talks about her mom, openly discusses her darkest moments, and is 'not afraid to use the word love.' She's also a trained communicator and integral part of the Trudeau brand machine She saves orphan chipmunks, cries when she talks about her mom, openly discusses her darkest moments, and is "not afraid to use the word love."
She's also a trained communicator and integral part of the Trudeau brand machine.
"18.10.2016 21:16:45" theglobeandmail.com Facing boredom and limited savings, seniors turn to entrepreneurship Co-founding a company with a younger colleague can be a way to parlay both energy and experience Canadians older than 50 started more than 25 per cent of new businesses that opened in Canada in the first half of 2012 and has doubled since 1990.
"18.10.2016 20:44:16" theglobeandmail.com Canada, Ontario and Algonquins sign land claim agreement in principle Ontario government says non-binding agreement in principle paves the way for continued negotiations toward a final agreement on centuries-old land claim The historic agreement is a step towards resolving a centuries-old land claim.
"18.10.2016 20:13:06" theglobeandmail.com What does the 'supertaster' test actually tell us? The supertaster test only measures how strongly you can taste the kinds of bitter compounds found in certain leafy green vegetables "I work as a beer sommelier. I'm also female. And one constant irritant is when men tell me that because I'm a woman I must be a 'supertaster,' that my sex means I have a much better sense of taste than my male counterparts."
"18.10.2016 19:56:34" theglobeandmail.com Lone Belgian holdout denies consensus for Canada-EU trade deal European Union trade ministers failed to reach a necessary consensus Tuesday on approving a massive trade deal with Canada “We've been working with them intensively over the last days, trying to understand their concerns, trying to see whether we could accommodate them. We're not really there yet.”
"18.10.2016 19:48:09" theglobeandmail.com Pearl Jam, Tupac Shakur and Journey lead Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ballot Nine of the 19 acts nominated are on the ballot for the first time Who would you vote into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
"18.10.2016 19:15:47" theglobeandmail.com Maasai warriors fight to change yet honour the past Young Maasai warriors kill lions as a rite of passage. But two young tribesmen wanted instead to hit the books and so fought against tradition, as well as their parents, to put themselves through school. Killing a lion to get to high school? These university graduates are pushing for new rites of passage, including education for girls.
"18.10.2016 18:45:04" Timeline Photos Richard Oland was bludgeoned to death in 2011, found face down in a pool of blood on the floor of his office.
His son Dennis Oland was convicted of second-degree murder. His appeal begins today.
Globe subscribers, read Beer, money, sex and murder: How
"18.10.2016 18:24:27" theglobeandmail.com Bring aboriginal youth in from the margins, novelist Joseph Boyden says We Day movement must reach out to Canada's fast-growing First Nations, Métis and Inuit young people, Métis novelist says The celebrated Métis novelist, a past winner of the Scotiabank Giller Prize, Canada's premier literary award, says any discussion about marginalized youth must include Canada's indigenous community.
"18.10.2016 18:22:54" GloBot The Globe is experimenting with chatbots for the U.S. election. Chat with us! We'll give you a daily hit of news. Feedback? Email GloBot@globeandmail.com Have you met GloBot? The Globe's U.S. election chatbot is designed to send you a message a day, sharing insightful analysis and commentary in a new, interactive way. Send us a message here to get started: https://www.facebook.com/GlobeGloBot/
"18.10.2016 17:31:21" theglobeandmail.com Gord Downie's Secret Path delivers on its heavy ambition To describe Secret Path as merely the Tragically Hip front man's fifth solo album would be a tremendous feat of underselling To describe Secret Path as merely the Tragically Hip front man's fifth solo album would be a tremendous feat of underselling, writes Brad Wheeler.
"18.10.2016 17:01:18" theglobeandmail.com Rare insight into the thoughts of Trudeau's first Supreme Court pick Plus: Federal health minister offers warning; Quebec again ventures into debate about religion and minorities; and the end of Trumpworld Many of Justice Rowe's answers to a questionnaire he filled out for his appointment were made public, giving a detailed account of the judge's experience and insight into how he views the court's rule in shaping, and not just applying, law. From Globe
"18.10.2016 16:59:32" theglobeandmail.com Appeal of Dennis Oland murder conviction begins in New Brunswick Lawyers asking New Brunswick Court of Appeal to overturn Dennis Oland's guilty verdict in the death of his father, Richard Oland Dennis Oland's lawyers are seeking an acquittal or a new trial:
"18.10.2016 16:28:53" theglobeandmail.com Trump echoes the ravings of an anti-Semite Father Charles Coughlin inspired many and terrified many more. And the Republican candidate for president increasingly uses similar language "Both men exploited the latest technology to foment ancient fears. The Radio Priest failed. So will Mr. Trump." From Globe Opinion
"18.10.2016 15:37:05" Timeline Photos Moment in time: Oct. 18, 1968 - American sprinters punished by U.S. Olympic Committee:
In the course of 48 hours, Tommie Smith and John Carlos went from being celebrated to hated by many Americans. Two days after winning gold and bronze in the 200-metre
"18.10.2016 15:34:04" Timeline Photos "Fall colours" Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. From Globe Opinion
"18.10.2016 14:59:09" theglobeandmail.com The great displacement: Middle East now has more migrants than Spain has people Upheaval has sent millions searching for better lives abroad. A Pew Research Center report paints a dramatic picture of how the exodus is reshaping the region The seemingly endless wars in the Middle East have swamped the region with displaced migrants, propelling their number to an astounding 23 million by last year:
"18.10.2016 14:12:05" theglobeandmail.com What it costs to go to university in every province The key is to find ways to finance your education and graduate with the smallest amount of debt. Here are the costs you can expect across Canada Graduating Canadian students carry an average debt burden of about $27,000, which takes on average 10 years to pay back.
"18.10.2016 13:59:08" theglobeandmail.com Good riddance to sexist Trumpworld Groped, flashed, mashed – for years, women coped with harassment and kept quiet. No more It has always been crystal clear just who and what Donald J. Trump is. The only surprise is that his enablers didn't seem to know. They must be idiots. From Globe Opinion
"18.10.2016 13:40:08" theglobeandmail.com Canadian hospitals struggle to cut wait times for breast reconstruction surgery Wait times for breast reconstruction in Canada range from as few as six weeks to as long as five years, depending on the hospital and the complexity of the operation All across Canada, hospitals are struggling to reduce waiting times and to increase the quality of care for women.
"18.10.2016 13:28:35" theglobeandmail.com Editorial: The federal government should never have stopped appointing judges Liberals say they wanted to review appointment process, but that wasn't a reason for stopping it altogether There is a whiff of Rome burning in the background as the Trudeau government fiddles with the way it appoints judges, the Editorial Board writes. From Globe Opinion
"18.10.2016 13:18:30" Jays Cleveland Game 4 Highlights from Toronto Blue Jays 4-2 loss to Cleveland in Game 3 of the ALCS
"18.10.2016 12:55:45" theglobeandmail.com Facing elimination, Blue Jays turn to Sanchez in critical Game 4 against Cleveland Game 4 of the American League Championship Series between the Blue Jays and Indians goes at 4 p.m. ET on Tuesday at Rogers Centre Toronto Blue Jays must now win four games in a row to advance to the World Series. It's been done once in 115 years of baseball.
"18.10.2016 12:24:17" theglobeandmail.com Hearings to begin on proposed Quebec law targeting veiled women Critics say the new legislation, which would ban a person who wears a face veil from receiving government services, unfairly targets Muslim women Quebec opens another difficult debate over the place of religion and minorities in the province with hearings Tuesday into a proposed law that would ban veiled women from receiving government services.
"18.10.2016 11:51:22" theglobeandmail.com Colour Code: The Only One If there's one thing Canadians avoid, it's talking about race. This podcast is here to change that. Join hosts Denise Balkissoon and Hannah Sung for a new conversation on race in Canada Canada may be a multicultural country, but there are still many places with very few people of colour. It begs the question, is it lonely to be the only racialized person, or family, in a small town? Listen, subscribe, discuss. #ColourCode
"18.10.2016 11:25:05" theglobeandmail.com The Jays are getting outhit, outpitched, outhustled and outcoached Toronto must now win four games in a row to advance to the World Series. Only one team has ever managed that There's no shame in losing, but losing this comprehensively to a team this depleted? It's getting shameful fast, writes Cathal Kelly.
"18.10.2016 11:03:53" theglobeandmail.com CMHC's 'red' alert: Surging home prices spread to suburbs Warning means strong risk of problems as spillover effects from Vancouver and Toronto hit other markets, federal agency CEO says The problems include not just rising prices, but overvaluation.
"18.10.2016 10:10:15" theglobeandmail.com This easy exercise will keep runners on their toes all season long Try this exercise to strengthen your feet and calves Attention, runners: You don't need to hit the gym to strengthen your feet and calves – all you need is a ball.
"18.10.2016 04:22:05" theglobeandmail.com City of Vancouver files lawsuit to shut down Airbnb host The lawsuit, filed against East West Investments, says the listing violates city bylaws that only allow licensed hotels and bed-and-breakfast operators to rent units for less than 30 days Fears about Airbnb's impact on the local rental market are driving efforts to regulate and significantly restrict such short-term rental services. From Globe British Columbia
"18.10.2016 04:00:30" theglobeandmail.com The rebirth of the River Jordan in B.C. is a victory for biological activism It's not often someone gets to witness the rebirth of a salmon stream but fisheries biologist Dave Burt says he is watching a Vancouver Island river slowly come back to life after years of industrial abuse. Polluted and long given up for death, the water body on Vancouver Island provides optimism and a model for streams across the province. From Globe British Columbia
"18.10.2016 03:58:08" theglobeandmail.com David Shepheard talks his to-do list as Vancouver's first film commissioner New film head, who worked previously at Film London, says crews, infrastructure and services eclipse wavering tax credits Producers have long been attracted to B.C. because of the low Canadian dollar and its proximity to Hollywood. Shepheard is looking to continue the province's big screen success.
"18.10.2016 03:57:02" theglobeandmail.com A year on, anger brews over Trudeau's inaction on indigenous rights “I can't sustain my family on 190 pieces of chinook.” Andrew Webster, a Nuu-chah-nulth elder, still relies on the seas for a living, but these days his aboriginal allocation from the federal government doesn't amount to much. First Nations communities in B.C. who had been hopeful after Trudeau's victory are now feeling let down over the lack of progress on promised reforms. From Globe British Columbia
"18.10.2016 03:35:54" theglobeandmail.com Indians beat Blue Jays 4-2 to take 3-0 series lead If ever there was a game that was teed up for the Toronto Blue Jays to win, it was this one Toronto now needs to win four straight games in order to advance to the World Series.
"18.10.2016 03:05:04" theglobeandmail.com How Joseph Mimran, founder of Club Monaco and Joe Fresh, invests his money He was a late bloomer to the investment world This Dragon explains his investment style and why he owns just one retail stock. From Report on Business
"18.10.2016 02:48:08" theglobeandmail.com 'My memory is going. My legs aren't': Ed Whitlock sets marathon world mark at 85 Ed Whitlock has racked up about three dozen running records, and on Sunday the octogenarian set another one in the Toronto Waterfront Marathon He finished the Toronto Waterfront Marathon in less than four hours, breaking the previous record by nearly 40 minutes.
"18.10.2016 02:33:08" theglobeandmail.com Five hurdles that must be overcome in the battle for Mosul This is the big one – the battle to retake the Iraqi metropolis of Mosul began Monday as thousands of Iraqi and Kurdish forces, supported by U.S. jet fighters, advanced toward the city that has been held by extremist Islamic State fighters since June, Mosul is larger than any of the Iraqi cities recently recaptured from Islamic State, and competing agendas of ethnic groups complicates matters.
"18.10.2016 02:31:07" theglobeandmail.com Visiting my Armenian homeland, I worried about my father's disapproval I know that yedi means seven in Turkish. My father taught me such things, like counting to 10 and other words like ekmek for bread and kef for fun. My father, who isn't alive any more, would never have approved of the trip to our ancestral land, which is now a part of Turkey, Nadine writes.
"18.10.2016 02:29:04" theglobeandmail.com Transport Safety Board renews push for recorders on small aircraft after Prentice plane crash Request for changes to small planes, like the Cessna that crashed with former premier Jim Prentice on-board, first made 25 years ago Cockpit-voice and flight-data recorders were not required on the plane involved in the crash and could lead the investigation to take longer than a year. From Globe British Columbia
"18.10.2016 02:11:31" theglobeandmail.com The B.C. government was right to fire the Vancouver School Board VSB, with Vision Vancouver trustees in control, wanted special treatment Vancouver should consider itself lucky. It will now get the kind of guidance and leadership that has been absent for years, Gary Mason writes. From Globe British Columbia
"18.10.2016 02:11:07" theglobeandmail.com Ezra Levant's The Rebel seeks Trudeau's help after UN denies credentials Levant says The Rebel applied for credentials for three journalists to attend the UN climate conference known as COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco, in November. He's hoping that the prime minister will go to bat for his conservative online publication, The Rebel, after Levant says it was barred from a United Nations climate conference.
"18.10.2016 01:58:06" theglobeandmail.com How Justin Trudeau sparked the Ottawa real-estate market The Liberal government has given civil servants, especially, less fear of layoffs and more confidence to buy The Trudeau Effect hasn't just boosted Canada's image:
"18.10.2016 01:56:06" theglobeandmail.com Ontario's plan to reform solitary confinement policies fall short: critics Ontario also ordered a new review after the completion of a solitary confinement review After a 19-month review of solitary confinement in Ontario, the province has devised a familiar plan for reforming the controversial practice in its jails: another review.
"18.10.2016 01:44:36" theglobeandmail.com Wayne Gretzky says he's 'truly amazed' by Connor McDavid When watching Connor McDavid play for the Edmonton Oilers, Wayne Gretzky gets the urge to don his No. 99 again. The Great One says there's no question the Edmonton Oilers' young captain is 'the best 19-year-old hockey player' he's ever seen
"18.10.2016 01:34:09" theglobeandmail.com How to change your diet to have a healthy brain A new study from Britain supports previous research: Being even slightly dehydrated can impair attention and memory It starts with drinking more water.
"18.10.2016 01:30:17" theglobeandmail.com Canadian forces providing crucial support in battle to recapture Mosul Canadian Armed Forces members are playing a modest but vital supporting role as the operation to retake Mosul, the last major stronghold of Islamic State militants in Iraq, gets under way. Up to 210 special forces troops are advising Kurdish peshmerga fighters who are teaming up with Iraqi government forces, Sunni tribal fighters and Shia militias to encircle and take Mosul.
"18.10.2016 01:21:36" theglobeandmail.com Cleveland pitcher Bauer exits start vs. Blue Jays after pinkie wound re-opens in the first inning Right-hander injured pinky on his throwing hand last week while fixing his drone; hoped it had healed enough to make start in Game 3 against the Blue Jays at Rogers Centre on Monday The right-hander injured his pinky on his throwing hand last week while fixing his drone. After two outs in the first inning it had started to bleed profusely.
"18.10.2016 01:17:04" theglobeandmail.com The intended consequences of new housing policies Action was needed. The level of household indebtedness in Canada is now at a historic high of 168 per cent of disposable income The conditions we observe in Canada's housing market concern us and that's why new policies are needed, the president and CEO of Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation writes.
"18.10.2016 01:07:13" theglobeandmail.com Naming is a good start – but we need to do more for reconciliation We need those listening in class every morning, and those finding their way through the city, to stop and actually consider how we can translate words into action Land acknowledgments are meant to recognize a previously neglected indigenous presence, but they may enable inaction. From Globe Opinion
"18.10.2016 00:46:33" theglobeandmail.com It's time for Ottawa to decide on Bombardier: Quebec minister Plane maker has been waiting months for decision on government support will take, says Carlos Leitao “The federal government has been looking at this now for a number of months and we think it's time for them to make up their minds.” From Report on Business
"18.10.2016 00:07:08" theglobeandmail.com Editorial: Ignoring identity politics, Trudeau makes a Supreme choice The Trudeau government likes to tout the achievement of firsts, particularly of the demographic variety. It's at the heart of its electoral strategy and its brand. And from the moment last spring when Supreme Court Justice Thomas Cromwell announced ... This is not the ground-breaking announcement the government initially had in mind. From Globe Opinion
"17.10.2016 23:50:08" theglobeandmail.com Canada prepared for WTO fight against U.S. on softwood lumber Country will continue to pursue deal with U.S., but is prepared to go to the World Trade Organization should negotiations fail, Freeland says “We want a good deal, not just any deal. And if we can't achieve a negotiated agreement, Canada's prepared to fight," Trade Minster Chrystia Freeland said.
"17.10.2016 23:42:02" theglobeandmail.com Billy Bush leaves NBC 'Today' show after Trump lewd tape Bush was suspended at the morning show two days after contents of the 2005 tape were reported on Oct. 7 On the tape, Bush is heard laughing as Trump talks about fame enabling him to grope and try to have sex with women not his wife.
"17.10.2016 23:35:04" theglobeandmail.com Homeopathic teething products pulled in U.S. still sold in Canada “Hyland's baby teething medicines remain in distribution in Canada” A U.S. FDA investigation found more than 400 reports of adverse events, including deaths, seizures and fever, associated with homeopathic teething products:
"17.10.2016 23:21:36" theglobeandmail.com Selecting a Supreme Court justice is anything but objective No objective markers, such as years of judicial service or number of publications, will point to a single most qualified candidate After much hand-wringing about what Justin Trudeau would prioritize in his quest for a new Supreme Court justice, he chose Malcolm Rowe of Newfoundland and Labrador. From Globe Opinion
"17.10.2016 22:29:35" theglobeandmail.com U.S. State Department official 'pressured' FBI to declassify Clinton e-mail: documents State Department, FBI confirm that conversation about email's classification took place, but say no 'quid pro quo' The State Department and the FBI both confirmed that the conversations took place, but both said they were was no “quid pro quo.”
"17.10.2016 21:54:36" theglobeandmail.com How Donald Trump would reshape America As president, he would almost certainly consolidate power by sustaining an even higher level of anger and fear Fear would be Donald J. Trump's most powerful tool in his efforts to retain and build his power. The playbook has already been written by his favourite dictator: Vladimir Putin. From Globe Opinion
"17.10.2016 21:32:15" theglobeandmail.com Trump's son-in-law held talks to set up Trump TV network: source Jared Kushner informally approached LionTree Advisors chief executive Aryeh Bourkoff about setting up a Trump TV network Trump has previously said that he had “no interest in a media company” and reports that he was considering setting up one was “a false rumor.”
"17.10.2016 21:16:28" theglobeandmail.com Ashley Murphy acts, sings and lives with HIV When seven years old, and living in foster care, the child with a tawny ponytail learned for the first time that she had been born with HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. The teenager refuses to let the virus that causes AIDS define her. Her goal is to see mother-child HIV transmission eliminated in her lifetime.
"17.10.2016 20:49:08" theglobeandmail.com Austria plans to convert or demolish house Hitler was born in Austria's Interior Ministry says it wants to prevent it becoming a pilgrimage site for neo-Nazis “A demolition is one possibility”
"17.10.2016 20:06:07" theglobeandmail.com Tears, tributes as Jim Prentice remembered in Parliament Moment of silence held for former Alberta premier Jim Prentice After a moment of silence, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said everyone on both sides of the House feels the loss.
"17.10.2016 19:53:09" theglobeandmail.com Health ministers strategize path to more health-care funding from Ottawa Provinces, territories could delay Ottawa's home-care push if a planned cut to health transfers is not taken off the table "At 3 per cent we will not be able to maintain the current level of service. I think it's important that Canadians understand that."
"17.10.2016 19:48:55" theglobeandmail.com Vancouver school board fired amid dispute over budget, bullying allegations The Vancouver School Board was set to pass a balanced budget Monday, after refusing to approve the budget in the summer The move follows months of controversies over budgeting, school closings, and allegations that trustees had been bullying staff.
"17.10.2016 19:20:11" theglobeandmail.com China believed to have released Tiananmen's last known prisoner Factory worker Miao Deshun originally sentenced to death in 1989 protest refused to admit guilt The most severe punishment was given not to the leaders who ordered the deadly crackdown, but to students and labourers who had protested for greater freedoms and sought to slow the advance of the soldiers.
"17.10.2016 18:56:07" theglobeandmail.com Cleveland Indians name and logo challenged in Ontario court The move for an injunction blocking the use of the logo comes from lawyers for architect and indigenous activist Douglas Cardinal The Cleveland baseball team's name and its “racist caricature” of a logo should be banned from use at their playoff contests in Toronto, an Ontario Superior Court judge heard Monday afternoon, just hours before the first game here was to begin.
"17.10.2016 18:33:06" Timeline Photos Guy Laurence arrived promising a revolution at Rogers Communications.
He leaves behind a company that is vastly changed, but still suffers from legions of unhappy customers and confused employees.
Full disclosure: I spent two years inside Guy
"17.10.2016 18:18:24" theglobeandmail.com Pinball Clemons extends his reach to the world We Day movement involves 'more diverse cultures than I have ever seen in my lifetime,' says celebrated former Toronto Argonaut He grew up in public housing in Florida, living opposite the town sewer until he was 14. To say his life wasn't easy would be an understatement. But the former CFL star is not embittered.
"17.10.2016 17:44:06" theglobeandmail.com Canadian courts languish as vacancies on bench remain unfilled The country has a larger number of vacancies – 61 – than at any time during Stephen Harper's 10 years in power The country has a larger number of vacancies – 61 – than at any time during Stephen Harper's 10 years in power. From Sean Fine
"17.10.2016 17:19:04" theglobeandmail.com Trump charges U.S. election results being rigged 'at many polling places' 'The election is absolutely being rigged,' wrote Donald Trump on Twitter Sunday, the latest of a series of comments he has made over the past several days calling into question the fairness of the election “The election is absolutely being rigged by the dishonest and distorted media pushing Crooked Hillary - but also at many polling places - SAD,” Donald J. Trump wrote on Twitter.
"17.10.2016 16:58:08" theglobeandmail.com A guide to the battle of Mosul, and why it matters in the war against Islamic State Kurdish peshmerga, Iraqi forces and U.S.-led air strikes are hammering Islamic State's last major stronghold in Iraq Mosul is Iraq's second-largest city and currently the biggest city in the thin strip of territory Islamic State lays claim to in Iraq. Retaking it would be a major blow to the extremist group.
"17.10.2016 16:27:06" theglobeandmail.com Trudeau appoints Newfoundland's Malcolm Rowe to Supreme Court Justice Rowe is the first judge from Newfoundland and Labrador to serve on the Supreme Court Breaking news: Newfoundland's Malcolm Rowe appointed to the Supreme Court
"17.10.2016 15:56:39" theglobeandmail.com Teachers to buy Constellation's Canadian wine business for $1.03-billion Seven of the company's wine brands are among the top 20 in the Canadian market, Ontario Teachers Pension Plan says The sale includes the Jackson-Triggs and Inniskillin wine brands. From Report on Business
"17.10.2016 15:49:46" Cleveland's nickname and logo was once much more mundane
"17.10.2016 15:24:07" theglobeandmail.com B.C. regulators plan to let pharmacists distribute abortion pills Mifegymiso,a two-step abortion regimen, could be available in Canada as early as November. Advocates say most doctors' offices are not equipped to act as small pharmacies, which discourages physicians from offering their patients Mifegymiso.
"17.10.2016 15:14:07" Timeline Photos "Still standing" Today's editorial cartoon by David Parkins. From Globe Opinion
"17.10.2016 14:56:06" theglobeandmail.com Beer-throwing suspect no longer with Postmedia Ken Pagan, who is charged with mischief after allegedly throwing a beer can onto the field during a Blue Jays game, worked as a sports copy editor at Postmedia in Hamilton Pagan was charged with mischief for allegedly throwing a beer can on the field during the wild-card game between the Toronto Blue Jays and the Baltimore Orioles.
"17.10.2016 14:36:49" theglobeandmail.com At 85, Ed Whitlock sets another world record at Toronto marathon Resident of Milton, Ont., proves you're never too old to be the best in the world as he shaves a half-hour off record in his age category at Toronto Waterfront Marathon The Milton, Ont. resident proves that age is just a number. Whitlock shattered the world record for his age group, shaving 38-minutes off the previous best.
"17.10.2016 14:27:46" Capetown University tuition protest South Africa's University of Capetown reopened after weeks of violent student protest for free tuition. It was more of the same as police blocked protesters trying to enter lecture halls.
"17.10.2016 13:51:36" theglobeandmail.com Real-estate reform: What you need to know about Ottawa's overhaul The federal government is throwing some cold water on Canada's overheated housing market, hoping to keep Canadians out of unaffordable debt and slow down foreign investment in Toronto and Vancouver's real-estate markets Some of the new rules take effect today. Find out what what's changing and what this means for you.
"17.10.2016 13:19:52" theglobeandmail.com Showdown over water looms for Alberta reserves Alberta's provincial government and several First Nations appear headed for a showdown over who controls water on aboriginal lands, one that risks leaving some reserves without water during droughts. As Alberta prepares for droughts, it is pressing First Nations to accept water licences that it acknowledges would not provide water reliably during shortages.
"17.10.2016 12:50:48" theglobeandmail.com A perfect circle: rethinking your top team Top management is often cauldrons of competing interests, constantly squabbling to represent their slice of the organization We usually talk of top management as a team. But often CEOs discover those teams are really cauldrons of competing interests, constantly squabbling to represent their slice of the organization. And it's getting worse.
"17.10.2016 12:35:28" theglobeandmail.com Ontario proposes new rules for bottled water companies Province plans stricter scientific requirements for water-taking permits; proposing two-year freeze on creation, expansion of bottled water plants However, there will not be any immediate increase in the $3.71 the province charges for every one million litres of water taken.
"17.10.2016 12:15:09" Timeline Photos Moment in time: Oct. 17, 1961 - Paris police massacre Algerian protesters:
After seven years of a vicious colonial war fought with savagery on both sides, Algeria was poised to gain independence from France. A modernizing country, in President Charles de
"17.10.2016 12:07:06" Timeline Photos Celebrating a long-awaited family reunion.
Joy, jubilation and dancing erupted when a group of Nigerian parents were reunited with 21 schoolgirls abducted by Boko Haram 2.5 years ago and freed in the first negotiated release organized by the government
"17.10.2016 11:50:04" theglobeandmail.com PepsiCo sets global target for sugar reduction Part of a suite of goals aimed at tackling problems ranging from obesity to climate change By 2025 at least two thirds of PepsiCo's drinks will have 100 calories or fewer from added sugar per 12 oz serving, up from about 40 per cent now.
"17.10.2016 11:25:53" Report on Business #Breaking news: Replacing Laurence will be ex-Telus CEO Joe Natale, however, Natale can not take over the role immediately due to a non-compete arrangement.
"17.10.2016 10:49:31" theglobeandmail.com CMHC to issue first 'red' warning for Canada's housing market Agency warning about a strong risk of problems on the horzon Canada's housing agency is raising the alarm over the country's real estate sector, warning about a strong risk of problems on the horizon.
"17.10.2016 10:11:10" theglobeandmail.com I eat well all day but pig out after dinner. What can I do to stop? For starters, don't bring trigger foods home. Instead, make an excursion (preferably on foot) to get a single serving of your favourite treat. And make sure you don't let 'eating well' turn into deprivation, or you're setting yourself up for failure "I eat well all day, but I always lose my willpower after dinner. I really want to stop pigging out because I know I am sabotaging myself. Any tips?"
"17.10.2016 03:23:58" theglobeandmail.com When you stop needing your mom and she starts needing you My mother seemed invincible: an all-night worker, a long-distance driver, so as she grew needier, I wasn't ready As parents age, relationships change.
"17.10.2016 02:59:21" theglobeandmail.com Simply be yourself, Margaret Trudeau says Feelings are out of control? Taking you into darkness? Then have the courage to seek help, PM's mother counsels “Be yourself. Accept that your feelings are a big part of you, and if they are out of control, if they are taking you into the darkness, then have the courage to seek help.”
"17.10.2016 02:35:01" theglobeandmail.com Three companies that strive to create employee-friendly cultures One businesswoman has taken it upon herself to create a culture within her workplace where employees want to thrive. A strong connection to community helps these three firms attract and retain staff.
"17.10.2016 02:27:56" Blue Jays- Indians practice before game 3 Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer shows the drone that injured his finger but he's scheduled to start in game 3 of the ALCS. Blue Jays' Kevin Pillar, Josh Donaldson and Michael Saunders take some batting practice.
"17.10.2016 02:05:55" theglobeandmail.com The enduring legacy of my friend, Jim Prentice Jim had a way of connecting with people that allowed for thoughtful discussion on the issues that he had come to care about: community, First Nations, the environment and the land Former Alberta premier Alison Redford on Jim Prentice: "As a man who was involved in so many aspects of public life, he will surely be remembered by many people in very different ways. That speaks to his compassion, his respect for people and his
"17.10.2016 01:45:12" theglobeandmail.com Gravity machine mixes weight training and Pilates for full-body workout Machine is like a cousin to the Pilates Reformer, but whose platform can be placed at different angles If you're looking to switch things up in your workout routine this week, this may be the way to go.
"17.10.2016 01:24:48" theglobeandmail.com Financial facelift: Can our travel plans flower if she works part-time? At age 39, Barbara and John are mortgage-free with money in the bank, good professional jobs, a young child and a strong desire to see the world. John earns about $97,000 a year, while Barbara brings in $39,120, on average, working part-time The couple's dream is to semi-retire at 55 and travel the world together until they're 70.
"17.10.2016 01:03:42" theglobeandmail.com Forget deodorant commercials, we need real work to solve the wage gap Ontario committee studying gender-pay differential says improving data collection and increasing transparency would help a lot The underlying message in the commercial suggests that the wage gap exists simply because women don't ask for equal pay. From Report on Business
"17.10.2016 00:42:12" theglobeandmail.com Ottawa is throwing some cold water on Canada's overheated housing market Here's a guide on what has happened so far, what it means and what's next New rules for home buyers start Monday. Here's what you need to know now:
"17.10.2016 00:04:51" theglobeandmail.com The intended consequences of new housing policies Action was needed. The level of household indebtedness in Canada is now at a historic high of 168 per cent of disposable income The results of Ottawa's housing policy changes were fully intended, CMHC's Evan Siddall writes. From Report on Business
"16.10.2016 23:43:58" theglobeandmail.com Four ways parents can help their kids buy a home As housing prices rise significantly, it can be hard for young people to get a leg up. Here are some ideas for Mom and Dad "How can a young person possibly afford to buy a home nowadays?" From Report on Business
"16.10.2016 23:23:41" theglobeandmail.com How to stay positive during a long job search One of the most difficult aspects of almost any job search is dealing with the frustration of being unsuccessful "Whether you enjoy mental or physical activities, you shouldn't abandon them just because you aren't employed."
"16.10.2016 22:57:31" theglobeandmail.com Is the millennial on your cellphone plan ruining your retirement? Parental support of adult 'kids' ranges from full dependency to steady drips of cash infusions, with all of it degrading retirement savings. Here are some tips for getting them off. "The stereotype of millennials living in their parents' basements is well worn by now, but what about the 30-year-old still on a family cellphone plan?" From Report on Business
"16.10.2016 22:35:57" theglobeandmail.com Fish-rich diets feature a 'total package of nutrients' Numerous studies have found that people who eat fish regularly are less likely to die of a heart attack than those who don't eat it or eat it less than once a month When looking to add meat to your meal, substituting in fish for other meats can have positive health impacts.
"16.10.2016 22:09:18" theglobeandmail.com Millennials want to move out of Mom and Dad's house but can they afford it? In cities like Toronto, the cost of rent has risen. The same apartment one millennial paid $700 a month for about six years earlier is now being rented for about $1,200 One big expense millennials discover when living alone for the first time is that they'll have to pay for all their own food. “No more home-cooked meals.”
"16.10.2016 21:41:12" theglobeandmail.com Q&A: The world hears Jordan Smith's voice Winning NBC's reality show has launched the American's career into Adele territory Jordan Smith is an unlikely success story. After failing in his first attempt to get on The Voice he tried a second time and went on to win Season 9.
"16.10.2016 21:32:04" theglobeandmail.com Legally blind photographer Hani Al Moulia brings refugee crisis into focus Young Syrian immigrant inspires with his pictures, attitude, quest for self-improvement and desire to give back “I've been through many challenges, but at every new challenge or stage I told myself: It's not impossible – you can do it.”
"16.10.2016 21:13:15" theglobeandmail.com Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard finds meaning in giving back Hedley forges ties with charities that have personal meaning and make a difference globally Growing up in B.C., in a self-described “average” household, Jacob Hoggard watched a documentary starring a Canadian rock band which determined the direction of his life.
"16.10.2016 20:37:02" theglobeandmail.com Roasted blue cheese and beet ravioli with fresh grated beets and pine nut milk October is an exciting time of year: The weather calls for cooking warm, comforting food for family and friends. A rich pasta stuffed with a velvety, creamy filling, like the one I've created here, makes for the perfect fall meal. This beet and blue cheese ravioli dish combines the best of fall flavours.
"16.10.2016 20:19:03" theglobeandmail.com Aga Khan Museum exhibit explores Syria's diverse cultures Ancient ties between cultures and languages of Syria are on display at Toronto's Aga Khan Museum in Syria: A Living History The West tends to see modern-day Syria through a dark prism. There is another Syria, one that encompasses diverse yet interconnected cultures, peoples, religions and languages.
"16.10.2016 20:09:06" theglobeandmail.com Hacked emails from WikiLeaks show Clinton treading lightly with Wall Street Three transcripts released Saturday as part of the hack of her campaign chairman's emails did not contain any new bombshells showing she was unduly influenced by contributions from the banking industry, as her primary rival Bernie Sanders had suggested. The transcripts will likely to act as a reminder to liberals in the party of their concerns that the Clinton is too close to Wall Street to be an effective check on its excesses if elected.
"16.10.2016 19:44:52" theglobeandmail.com Fiat Chrysler prepared to allocate new vehicles to Brampton plant as early as 2020 The new vehicles could be based on an existing or new Fiat Chrysler platform, according to a summary of a new labour agreement between the company and Unifor that was distributed to members of the union Sunday before they voted on the four-year contract. A next generation product would be replacement vehicles for the Chrysler 300 and Dodge Challenger and Charger rear-wheel-drive cars now assembled in Brampton.
"16.10.2016 19:39:19" theglobeandmail.com Before Wayne and Dr. Evil: An excerpt from Mike Myers's new book, Canada An excerpt from comedy icon Mike Myers's new book In this exclusive excerpt, Mike Myers recounts his childhood in the Toronto suburb of Scarborough – and why nearly every Canadian kid was jealous of the neighbours down south.
"16.10.2016 19:15:18" theglobeandmail.com An appetite for autumn: 10 bold red wines for those cold-weather meals The dish and the brisk weather invariably induce a thirst for a hearty, autumnal red. These hearty reds pair perfectly with the season's brisk weather and the warm meals that accompany it.
"16.10.2016 18:50:48" theglobeandmail.com When fanboy culture turns against itself Somewhere in the bewildering contemporary mash-up of permissive discourse and forbidden behaviour lies the strange case of Devin Faraci, the American movie blogger who lost his job this week because a woman accused him of sexual assault – not to mention These days, the personal and professional are intertwined and aggression offline is being revealed online.
"16.10.2016 18:27:04" theglobeandmail.com The story of the Kids in the Hall, a band of five bass players The Kids in the Hall almost always become something more than the sum of their parts, John Semley writes in This Is a Book About the Kids in the Hall This is the improbable sorta-success story of a band of five bass players.
"16.10.2016 18:06:11" Nigerian girls, kidnapped in 2014 and released by their captors last week, reunite with their families.
Photo by Olamikan Gbemiga/Associated Press
"16.10.2016 18:03:32" theglobeandmail.com Meet Boris Volkoff, 'the father of Canadian ballet' In Toronto there is a plaque on Yonge Street dedicated to Boris Volkoff, “the father of Canadian ballet.” As is often the case, the origin story of a dance culture is less straightforward – and more interesting. He has peeved historians by distorting his past, and his efforts at Canadiana were reductive. But the Russian-born artist had admirable traits, too
"16.10.2016 17:27:59" theglobeandmail.com Rugby veteran uncorks a new passion Playing in France, Canada's Jamie Cudmore and his wife, Jennifer, launch their own wine label After a broken left hand sidelined the start of Jamie Cudmore's career with new club Oyonnax Rugby in the second tier of French rugby, he decided to take the opportunity to focus on another one of his passions: wine
"16.10.2016 17:04:14" theglobeandmail.com I have some very old bottles of wine which should be recorked, but can't find anyone to do it. What should I do? Generally speaking, you would have to contact the specific wineries in question to inquire whether they offer the service … Cork does not last forever. Here's what to do when you need to recork.
"16.10.2016 16:40:57" theglobeandmail.com Activist seeks injunction against use of 'Cleveland Indians' name and logo A prominent indigenous activist and architect is seeking a court ruling that would prevent the Cleveland Indians from wearing their regular jerseys, using their team name and displaying their logo when they play against the Blue Jays in Toronto this week. Douglas Cardinal is arguing that the Cleveland Indians' team name and mascot — Chief Wahoo, a cartoon man with red skin and a feather in his headband — are offensive and discriminatory.
"16.10.2016 16:16:57" theglobeandmail.com Trump calls on himself and Clinton to take drug tests prior to final presidential debate “I think we should take a drug test prior to the debate,” Trump told a crowd of thousands gathered in the parking lot of a Toyota dealership on a chilly afternoon. Trump went to New Hampshire, a state battling a drug epidemic, and suggested without evidence that his opponent had been on drugs during their second debate.
"16.10.2016 16:03:23" theglobeandmail.com Senior hosts grow exponentially with Airbnb Fixed-income retirees join the sharing economy, signing on as hosts in unprecedented numbers “I think it's a wonderful thing to do in retirement. You get to work from home.”
"16.10.2016 15:38:11" theglobeandmail.com Author, essayist, and one-time political candidate Noah Richler reflects on campaign trail in new book He ran for the NDP in Toronto-St. Paul's, a Liberal lock, and lost badly to the incumbent Carolyn Bennett. The son of the late acclaimed author Mordecai Richler has spun his failure to land a seat in Parliament into a memoir on the experience. From Globe Politics
"16.10.2016 15:30:58" theglobeandmail.com Yes, you can volunteer as a family Whether moving rocks in South America, selling lemonade and cookies to raise money for cancer research or doling out food in a soup kitchen, there are hundreds of ways families can pitch in and volunteer together. It can be a life-changing experience if parents remember one rule: To keep the kids engaged, follow their lead.
"16.10.2016 15:10:08" theglobeandmail.com How parents can drown out Trump's insults towards women Mental-health expert says adult figures need to focus on nutritional eating and fitness rather than dieting and skinniness in order to be a positive role model for children Trump's rhetoric is having an impact on parents and their children. Here's how to address the situation.
"16.10.2016 14:59:37" theglobeandmail.com My mom enables my older sister's lack of responsibility. What do I do? Say something to both your mom and you sister, advises David Eddie What's the best way to handle this twist on a sibling rivalry?
"16.10.2016 14:38:42" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: For the second day running, the Jays' offence never really showed up The Toronto Blue Jays need a win against the Cleveland Indians on Monday or else their chances of coming back from a 3-0 series deficit will be even less likelier Cathal Kelly: "Cleveland has gotten a nice, long look at the Toronto Blue Jays' offence over the weekend. They have yet to be impressed. [And] who could blame them?"
"16.10.2016 14:17:48" theglobeandmail.com My father has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. Are there any medications that can help him? Unfortunately, there are no drugs that can cure Alzheimer's disease. But a handful of medications can – at least for a while – help ease some of the symptom To better understand the potential upside and downside of these drugs, it's worthwhile knowing more about the underlying disease.
"16.10.2016 13:57:38" theglobeandmail.com Retired Canadians roll up their sleeves to help Syrian refugees Retirees use their professional, project management skills to serve their communities in new and challenging ways Robert Taylor was once asked why he devotes so much of his retirement to helping refugees – chairing committees, doing paperwork, organizing others, the kind of work many try to escape in retirement. His answer: “How can you not?”
"16.10.2016 13:37:06" theglobeandmail.com Fetish-wear business thrives by finding a niche outside the mainstream For Toronto's Northbound Leather, getting into the fetish-wear market started by being in the right place at the right time. Manufacturer and retailer Northbound Leather has succeeded by offering high-end products to a niche market.
"16.10.2016 13:30:32" theglobeandmail.com Dogs can train us to improve our smelling skills The receptors that allow humans to sniff are much fewer than those of canines, who also exhale 'better than we do' Dogs are a nose's best friend.
"16.10.2016 13:09:01" theglobeandmail.com Want to build muscle? It's not what you eat, but when A new test suggests that current protein guidelines for healthy adults are underestimated by about 30 per cent How much protein do you need to consume at different stages of your life? A group of researchers have found that current protein guidelines for healthy adults are underestimated by 30%.
"16.10.2016 12:48:50" theglobeandmail.com Absent parent tied to smoking and drinking before adolescence: study Kids with a single parent deemed twice as likely to smoke and drink by age 11 The findings add to a growing body of evidence suggesting that family structures and dynamics can influence whether kids develop substance abuse issues.
"16.10.2016 12:28:43" theglobeandmail.com Donald Trump seems to be campaigning to be Troll-in-Chief With his belittling epithets, his late-night Twitter-lurking, his predatory remarks about women framed as “locker-room talk,” Donald Trump could be considered the first troll to run for U.S. president. The Republican candidate defends his taunts as harmless fun. But when does a noxious Internet sport become toxic to the body politic?
"16.10.2016 12:07:30" theglobeandmail.com How well are we empowering the next generation? Boomers and Gen X must help younger generations overcome challenges through activism and philanthropy Millennials and the cohort following them are aware of the world's crises, experts say. But they'll need help from parents and others if they're going to cope with these challenges.
"16.10.2016 11:47:22" theglobeandmail.com Canadian researchers reaffirm the benefits of exercise for a healthy brain It's easy to understand the links between exercise and bodily health. You can see muscles grow, or – if you're a scientist – slice out a tiny sample of muscle and measure the molecular changes triggered by your workout. Exercise helps kick-start a repair process that strengthens existing brain connections.
"16.10.2016 11:26:46" theglobeandmail.com Are better health benefits a tall order? Not for millennial workers Meditation classes. Stress relief workshops. Wellness subsidies. After a survey of its young workers led Starbucks Canada to hike its psychotherapy coverage, Erin Anderssen asks whether millennials are revolutionizing benefits for the rest of us For all the rhetoric about entitled millennials, these changes are a good deal for everyone.
"16.10.2016 11:05:38" theglobeandmail.com Mind-controlled robotic hand allows paralyzed man to feel New technology relays electrical signals to the brain that govern movement and sensation The robots are coming, and they're helping people regain their sense of touch.
"16.10.2016 10:15:13" Timeline Photos The United States has enjoyed one of its longest expansions on record and unemployment is down to 5 per cent. So why are its citizens so anxious about the economy?
Six years after her first visit, The Globe and Mail's Joanna Slater returns to the
"16.10.2016 02:51:27" theglobeandmail.com The reign of the townhouse begins in Vancouver Developers in the Lower Mainland say they are building to meet a surge in demand for townhouses, both the compact urban kind, and the big-as-a-house kind for boomers who aren't quite ready for a condo yet. With detached homes out of reach for most Vancouver buyers, a more compact alternative has gained popularity.
"16.10.2016 02:28:08" theglobeandmail.com Indians beat the Blue Jays 2-1 in Game 2 of ALCS Cleveland leads the best-of-seven American League Championship Series 2-0, as Game 3 will be played Monday in Toronto The Toronto Blue Jays desperately need a win on Monday after losing 2-1 against the Cleveland Indians in Game 2 of the ALCS. Cleveland leads the best-of-seven series 2-0.
"16.10.2016 01:55:28" theglobeandmail.com What is a country's cultural landscape without critics? Stephen Hunt was the theatre critic at The Calgary Herald for 10 years. Without critics, we might not be entering a new 'golden age' for Canadian art. From Globe Opinion
"16.10.2016 01:28:31" theglobeandmail.com Across the sands: Discovering India's Thar desert on the back of a camel In the ancient landscape of India's Thar desert, peace and beauty are found on the back of a camel named Johnny Rocket With no visible trail, nor any particularly unique landmarks, a tour guide leads one traveller across India's Thar desert on the back of a camel named Johnny Rocket.
"16.10.2016 00:46:27" theglobeandmail.com Revival of endangered aboriginal language empowers speakers in Yukon Royally recognized efforts to restore the Kwanlin Dun's Southern Tutchone language reverses trauma caused by residential schools First Nations across Canada are attempting to save their struggling languages as fluent elders die off, the legacy of the residential school system's attempt to suppress indigenous culture.
"16.10.2016 00:25:14" theglobeandmail.com Blue Jays' Devon Travis out of the playoffs with knee injury Travis reinjured his knee during the opening game of the American League Championship Series against the Cleveland Indians on Friday night Devon Travis's brief run in the playoffs for the Toronto Blue Jays has come to an end.
"15.10.2016 23:42:05" theglobeandmail.com Carbon tax: The real debate is about how the revenue is used Fighting Ottawa on a policy that just makes sense is a losing proposition The costs of carbon pricing are real, but so too is the revenue. From Globe Opinion
"15.10.2016 23:29:35" theglobeandmail.com Restored mansion in Quebec countryside offers relaxing escape This stately mansion had fallen into such disrepair that when owners Valérie Arseneau and Martin Bouchard first laid eyes on the property, rain was falling indoors and plaster was dropping off the walls. What was once a decrepit, fallen mansion in the town of Waterloo, Que., is now a renovated escape.
"15.10.2016 23:21:25" Game 2 ALCS The Cleveland Indians' pitching was unsurmountable today. Cleveland beat the Toronto Blue Jays 2-1 in Game 2 of ALCS. Next stop? Rogers Centre in Toronto 8 p.m. Monday. Let's play ball.
"15.10.2016 22:47:04" theglobeandmail.com Is the greenbelt squeezing Toronto's housing market? Developers say so. But experts say there is enough land around the city to last decades Many in the region are hunting for someone to blame for the Greater Toronto Area's increasingly unaffordable real estate prices. Is the greenbelt to blame?
"15.10.2016 22:40:11" theglobeandmail.com Salt Spring Island perfect for travellers on a restricted diet A health-food hub, Salt Spring Island is the ideal vacation spot for food-sensitive travellers A health-food hub, Salt Spring Island in British Columbia is the ideal vacation spot for food-sensitive travellers.
"15.10.2016 22:13:35" theglobeandmail.com Toronto's La Carnita learns lesson in prudence after post riffs on Trump The hip taco chain with four locations in Toronto, that's been hit by a flurry of criticism over a crass Instagram post riffing on Donald Trump, started life as a marketing experiment. The popular taco chain, established through digital prowess, is learning a tough lesson about trying to capitalize on thorny news
"15.10.2016 21:46:46" theglobeandmail.com Leonard Cohen's Montreal: a refuge, an escape, an inspiration Robert Everett-Green traces the artist's deep and complex relationship with the city of his birth, and the cradle of his longings For his sombre new album, You Want It Darker, Cohen sought the sounds of his youth – and found them in a Montreal synagogue.
"15.10.2016 21:19:09" theglobeandmail.com Chinese signs divide resort-area owners near Algonquin Park Some defend bilingual signs on private property to deter influx of fall visitors while another labels them 'tourism racism' The owners have blanketed the area with do-not-enter signs in English and – to the dismay of some locals, who worry it makes the community seem racist – Chinese.
"15.10.2016 20:09:07" theglobeandmail.com Globalization: An election issue stuck in the past The largest non-sexual theme in this election is one all the candidates seem to agree upon: the menace of globalization. The United States faces economic and employment problems. But they're domestic, not global, Doug Saunders writes.
"15.10.2016 19:23:41" theglobeandmail.com Java jolts: Celebrating the return of the espresso martini Even the pickiest bartenders are wondering why it ever went out of style The espresso martini, the long-forgotten dessert course of mixology's cosmopolitan era, is back.
"15.10.2016 18:54:24" theglobeandmail.com The Blue Jays soar – and Toronto shines A wonderful October, for two reasons: our baseball team vies for a world championship and our city looks world class As the Toronto Blue Jays compete against the Cleveland Indians for a spot in the World Series, the spotlight also turns to Toronto as a city.
"15.10.2016 18:23:41" theglobeandmail.com Tempest in a yeast pot: Britain has stickier problems than Marmite It's a good thing they have plenty of it to get them through the dark winter ahead – with soaring hate crimes, a plunging pound and political chaos Marmite is the least of their problems. It's a good thing they now have a steady supply to see them through this long, dark winter, Elizabeth Renzetti writes. From Globe Opinion
"15.10.2016 17:53:11" theglobeandmail.com A new sauna culture: Reimagining the bathhouse as a community space New models of the bathhouse, which has more inclusive roots than the contemporary spa, are emerging in response to changing social and urban conditions They've been around for thousands of years. Now, a modern twist is helping them be a part of the community once again.
"15.10.2016 17:23:05" theglobeandmail.com A few tips for Republicans trying to disavow themselves of Donald Trump It's been interesting to watch the American right – those willing to admit that Mr. Trump's run for president poses a problem for every reasonable, compassionate, informed person on the planet – grapple with their current situation Allegations that he is a serial sex offender are piling up against Donald J. Trump, prompting some Republicans to look for the exit signs from the Trump train. From Globe Opinion
"15.10.2016 16:57:02" theglobeandmail.com Jim Prentice: A decent man, seemingly ill-suited to harsh world of politics A crushing defeat in Alberta and the devastating loss of a friend marked Jim Prentice's final years As tributes from people of all political stripes flooded social media after they learned of Jim Prentice's death. And in their acknowledgments, a consensus emerged: Jim Prentice, who died at the age of 60, was intelligent and hard-working, someone capable
"15.10.2016 16:13:06" theglobeandmail.com America's hidden crisis: Men not at work Men are fleeing work in epic numbers. The problem is more social and moral than economic Hillary Clinton probably won't face an immediate financial crisis, as Barack Obama did in 2008. The United States' biggest problem at the moment is more insidious, Margaret Wente writes.
"15.10.2016 15:50:05" theglobeandmail.com Built from the ground up: Canada's fast-growing footwear scene Canada's footwear industry is more robust than many shoeaholics realize. A look at the global players and indie brands who are laced up and leading the charge.
"15.10.2016 15:47:06" theglobeandmail.com Off the runway: How Toronto's fashion week fell apart Toronto's fashion week has fallen apart before. But as Anya Georgijevic learns, its most recent cancellation may have more to do with a broader industry shift than a perceived snub by the U.S. company that had been running the shows This isn't the first time Toronto's fashion week has fallen apart. But this time it was different.
"15.10.2016 15:46:05" theglobeandmail.com Supreme fashion: What it's like to line up for a new streetwear drop Danielle Meder queues up with the buyers (and sellers) in New York Anyone who marvels at the frenzy for designer fashion hasn't witnessed the release of a streetwear collection.
"15.10.2016 15:43:05" theglobeandmail.com Complex characters: 3 Armagnacs to try this fall There's fresh buzz in the time-honoured world of French brandy. Armagnac, Cognac's rustic country cousin, is having a moment.
"15.10.2016 15:39:10" theglobeandmail.com Marie Antoinette to Madonna: On the garment trade and the misuse of its muses Over the course of fall fashion month, the runway muse for Spring/Summer 2017 has been described as Lady Diana (at Mulberry and Burberry), illustrator Jayde Fish (by Gucci) and Marie Antoinette (chez Fendi). Has fashion forgotten the true meaning – and role – of a muse?
"15.10.2016 15:33:03" theglobeandmail.com Keep on ticking: Go analog with these five watches for fall The analog watch is (thankfully) more interested in punctuality and style than counting the calories in your lunch. All hail the analog watch.
"15.10.2016 15:24:03" theglobeandmail.com Police investigating online threats sent to transgender people at U of T Threats come after rally supporting professor opposed to gender-neutral pronouns The threats came after a rally in support of a professor opposed to gender-neutral pronouns.
"15.10.2016 15:01:36" Timeline Photos How do you build an empire? For Alain Bouchard, the founder of Quebec-based convenience chain Couche-Tard, the journey began while living in a trailer with five siblings.
Globe subscribers, read more about how Mr. Bouchard climbed from poverty to the top
"15.10.2016 14:34:03" theglobeandmail.com More than 170 countries agree to deal that will reduce planet-warming chemical found in appliances The Kigali deal has a single target: reduce chemical coolants called hydrofluorocarbons, or HFCs, used in air-conditioners and refrigerators The talks have not drawn the same spotlight as the Paris accords. But the outcome could have an equal or even greater impact on efforts to slow global warming.
"15.10.2016 14:30:23" Timeline Photos "Russian for 'happy'" Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. From Globe Opinion
"15.10.2016 14:25:20" theglobeandmail.com Chibok schoolgirl saga reveals weakness of Nigeria's military Army's inability to free abducted schoolgirls is not the only example of a nation left reeling by a ragtag group of rebels Nigeria's military failed to liberate any of the schoolgirls over the last two years. And when 21 of them were finally freed this week, it was a negotiated deal with the radical Islamist militia that holds them. The girls were simply handed over. The army
"15.10.2016 14:08:00" On this episode of #ColourCode we examine the concept of legitimacy in talking about race in Canada. What histories do we all know and accept to be true? What vocabulary do we consider acceptable and accessible? Listen, subscribe, discuss.
"15.10.2016 13:57:38" theglobeandmail.com Skip the crunches – here's how to really work your core Feeling the burn is causing more harm than good, so it's time to think of core training differently It might be time to rethink how you're strengthening your abdominal muscles.
"15.10.2016 13:30:17" theglobeandmail.com Donald Trump has broken the Republican Party, and it'll never be the same again It's been a remarkable week for the party of Lincoln, Eisenhower and Reagan Panicked moderates are running for the exits. Right-wing populists are vowing all-out civil war. A leader is incensed at treason in the ranks.
"15.10.2016 13:01:47" theglobeandmail.com Jim Prentice remembered as the 'go-to guy' in Harper's cabinet The former cabinet minister and Alberta premier Jim Prentice made many friends among his colleagues "Jim Prentice was the stoic, determined grown-up of federal Tory politics," The Globe and Mail's Campbell Clark writes.
"15.10.2016 12:17:02" Timeline Photos Who will be next to follow Britain out of the European Union? With 28 member countries in various degrees of irritation with the EU , surely Britain's exodus cannot be a one-off event.
The punters are already sizing up Italy, Greece, France, the
"15.10.2016 11:40:28" Toronto Blue Jays' Marco Estrada pitched the first complete game of his career last night, yet despite losing 2-0 to Cleveland, the Jays played a steady game. Today heading into Game 2 of ALCS, the slate is clean. Go Jays! http://tgam.ca/jays
"15.10.2016 11:04:46" theglobeandmail.com It just gets worse in Turkey Which came first? The abortive military coup d'état in Turkey on July 15, or the beginnings of the Turkish government's crackdown on the followers of Fethullah Gülen? Was there any alliance between the group in the military that attempted a coup, ... Editorial: "Which came first? The abortive military coup d'état in Turkey on July 15, or the beginnings of the Turkish government's crackdown on the followers of Fethullah Gülen?" From Globe Opinion
"15.10.2016 10:23:14" theglobeandmail.com Men with higher exposure to dioxin less likely to father boys, study says Research of men and women who worked at New Zealand herbicide plant adds to previous study that found men exposed to higher levels of chemical byproduct fathered fewer boys Dioxin is a chemical once common in herbicides.
"15.10.2016 08:44:07" theglobeandmail.com Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement lands in council with plan to disrupt Small political force vows to upset wield and gain influence by obstruction in Hong Kong's Legislative Council They swore while taking oaths of office, used an old slur for China, pledged allegiance to a “Hong Kong nation,” and tore up ballots in a vote for president of the city's Legislative Council.
"15.10.2016 08:36:06" theglobeandmail.com Provinces to make case for more federal money for health care Although it is true that older Canadians consume more of the country's public health dollars than do younger generations, the Canadian Institute for Health Information said in its most recent report that the aging population is a 'modest' driver of Alberta and British Columbia are joining other provinces and territories in calls for the Liberals in Ottawa to abandon the Conservatives' plan to cut the annual increase in the Canada Health Transfer from 6 per cent to a minimum of 3 per cent starting
"15.10.2016 06:52:10" theglobeandmail.com Justin Trudeau is right to break the national carbon-pricing logjam The Prime Minister's plan will spur stronger climate action in all provinces and territories "[Justin] Trudeau's carbon-pricing plan levels the playing field from coast to coast to coast." From Globe Opinion
"15.10.2016 06:36:05" theglobeandmail.com Justin Trudeau's honeymoon has lasted a year. But what's next? The Liberal prime minister has made some tough decisions to far. The real tests are coming up, however Editorial: "Governments never move at the speed of campaign rhetoric. But Justin Trudeau's first year in power has nonetheless produced a number of positive changes."
"15.10.2016 04:13:08" theglobeandmail.com Aleppo girl's Twitter appeals for peace capture world's attention 'I'm not a terrorist, I just want to live and no bombing please,' seven-year-old Bana Alabed writes in Twitter feed followed by 73,000 "Sir Assad, I'm not a terrorist, I just want to live and no bombing please." Seven-year-old Bana Alabed has become a name and face that many outside of Syria are rooting for.
"15.10.2016 03:38:47" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: Despite loss, odds in Jays' favour heading into Game 2 Until they wind their way back to their ace, Cleveland's now in a spot of bother, starter-wise Yes, every game matters, but the Toronto Blue Jays have a big advantage when it comes to starting pitching.
"15.10.2016 02:58:45" theglobeandmail.com Indians beat Blue Jays 2-0 in Game 1 of ALCS The decisive blow was delivered courtesy of a home run by Cleveland shortstop Francisco Lindor Marco Estrada pitched great, but Jays batters couldn't drive in any runs.
"15.10.2016 02:39:15" theglobeandmail.com It wasn't luck that allowed me to survive a finger infection When I almost died from an infection in my finger, I started questioning the rationale I was given, Mac Horsburgh writes "Who knew that a finger infection could kill you?" One writer recounts how he survived an infection not because of luck, but rather because of medical research.
"15.10.2016 01:28:27" theglobeandmail.com Jim Prentice exhibited quiet confidence in politics and the wilderness Prentice organized a hike in the Rockies and kept everyone upbeat as they struggled on the challenging trail Many knew Jim Prentice as a gentleman's politician. Decent, competent but guarded about showing his personal side. But The Globe and Mail's Robert Fife got to know another side of the former Alberta premier after Prentice left federal politics. From Globe
"15.10.2016 00:18:31" theglobeandmail.com Donald Trump, narcissism and diagnosis as political sport In this election cycle, psychiatrists are bypassing the Goldwater rule, which stipulates that no psychologist should make a diagnosis of a person he or she has not examined face-to-face, writes Gabor Maté The consensus as to Donald Trump's psychiatric issues is nearly unanimous.
"14.10.2016 23:13:08" theglobeandmail.com Blue Jays hope ALCS experience gives them an edge against Cleveland Back in the American League Championship Series for the second year in a row, Toronto hopes to build on last year's breakout success The Blue Jays are in a familiar spot. They were in the American League Champion Series last year, but lost to the Kentucky Royals in six games. Toronto is hoping their past experience will give them a leg up this year against the Cleveland Indians.
"14.10.2016 22:39:11" theglobeandmail.com The growing movement to boycott indigenous team mascots Franchises with questionable mascots and logos are increasingly under pressure to get with the times The battle pits traditionalists against those promoting increased cultural sensitivity, often with the urgency and viral appeal to emotion of hashtag advocacy.
"14.10.2016 22:04:42" Timeline Photos For a full year there has been chatter that Freshii wanted go public.
But the Canadian fast-food chain was in a tough spot.
Now, buoyed in part by the success of Aritzia's recent initial public offering, Freshii plans to go public this fall.
"14.10.2016 21:30:47" theglobeandmail.com Jim Prentice's legacy, from Harper's beginning in Ottawa to the end of Alberta's PC dynasty Before a plane crash ended his life on Thursday night, Jim Prentice was a key player in some of the most tumultuous eras of Canadian conservative politics, both federally and in the province he called home Jim Prentice, who died in a plane crash in British Columbia, was a key player in some of the most tumultuous eras of Canadian conservative politics, both federally and in the province he called home. Here are some of those highlights.
"14.10.2016 21:07:00" Wildlife trafficking continues to be a problem, and Canada is ... Wildlife trafficking isn't just a problem happening in developing countries or in other parts of the world – it's also impacting Canada.
"14.10.2016 20:56:37" theglobeandmail.com Jose Bautista's bat flip: Watch it again and again It was the toss seen round the world: Jose Bautista of the Toronto Blue Jays hit the series-winning three-run homer (archives) Hey Toronto Blue Jays fans, guess what happened a year ago today? Could it happen again tonight?
"14.10.2016 20:22:09" theglobeandmail.com 'Come on, man': Obama mocks Trump's anger toward elites at rally Obama attends rally for Clinton in battleground Ohio "This is a guy who spent all his time hanging around, trying to convince everybody he was a global elite … and flying around everywhere and all he had time for was celebrities. Suddenly he's going to be the champion of working people?”
"14.10.2016 19:55:08" theglobeandmail.com Blue Jays hope ALCS experience gives them an edge against Cleveland Back in the American League Championship Series for the second year in a row, Toronto hopes to build on last year's breakout success “I know first-hand what it's like to have to pack your bag in a visiting city knowing you were two wins away from going to the World Series. Those feelings are hard to forget.”
"14.10.2016 19:30:07" theglobeandmail.com Donald Trump, reeling from groping allegations, faces new accusation Washington Post publishes interview with woman who said Trump put his hand up her skirt in a New York nightclub in the early 1990s in an unwanted advance “It wasn't a sexual come-on. I don't know why he did it. It was like just to prove that he could do it.”
"14.10.2016 19:24:36" Report on Business The flashy new SickKids campaign isn't your typical charity ad for a children's hospital. Check it out, and read more about it here: http://trib.al/XgoHys7
"14.10.2016 19:20:09" theglobeandmail.com Hockey Night in Canada and the resurrection of Ron MacLean After a couple of years away from the host seat at Hockey Night in Canada, MacLean will once again be front and centre of the Saturday night show Viewers may not unanimously love his quirks as a broadcaster – the puns and the folksy manner – but there is no denying MacLean's affection for the sport, something Canadians demand from the host of their favourite hockey broadcast.
"14.10.2016 19:01:47" Timeline Photos “Sometimes politics is like sports — athletes can stay past their prime.”
Globe subscribers, read more on why Tim Hudak quit politics for the private sector here: http://trib.al/p9LcHwW
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"14.10.2016 18:44:50" theglobeandmail.com Are Tory candidates grasping for a poisoned chalice? Whoever takes the helm of the party shouldn't expect to become prime minister any time soon The Tories will have an impossible time beating Trudeau. And if you can't realistically become prime minister, why would anyone credible even want to lead the Conservatives? From Globe Opinion
"14.10.2016 17:55:16" theglobeandmail.com B.C. tech companies complain of shortage of skilled workers Government urged to invest $100-million in postsecondary institutions over the next three years to produce required workers The tech sector employs 92,700 people in B.C. – more than forestry, mining and oil-and-gas combined. From Ian Bailey
"14.10.2016 17:34:03" In Photos: The political career of former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice http://tgam.ca/Jim
"14.10.2016 17:14:04" theglobeandmail.com Why Montreal's ban on pit bulls is a reasonable restraint Certain kinds of dogs have no place in an urban environment, just as some weapons are restricted or prohibited For everyone's safety, we should allow dog profiling, writes Yves Boisvert. From Globe Opinion
"14.10.2016 17:02:34" theglobeandmail.com Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice dies in plane crash in southern B.C. Wreckage was found northeast of Winfield, B.C.; Transportation Safety Board says all on board the plane were killed Breaking news: Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice dies in plane crash
"14.10.2016 16:58:02" theglobeandmail.com Canada mulled nixing Queen's successor from $20 bill: documents The issue of Elizabeth's potential death came up several times at the Bank of Canada between 2007 and 2015 The issue of Elizabeth's potential death came up several times at the Bank of Canada between 2007 and 2015.
"14.10.2016 16:50:08" theglobeandmail.com Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice dies in plane crash in southern B.C. Wreckage was found northeast of Winfield, B.C.; Transportation Safety Board says all on board the plane were killed Update: Former Alberta Premier Jim Prentice is among those who died
"14.10.2016 16:46:33" theglobeandmail.com Video: Drone footage shows destruction of Aleppo Drone footage over the Syrian city of Aleppo shows the devastating impact of over five years of war on the city and its people The footage shows the devastating impact of over five years of war on the city and its people.
"14.10.2016 15:49:09" theglobeandmail.com From Indians to Eskimos: A brief history of controversial team names As the Toronto Blue Jays get set to play the Cleveland Indians, Tu Thanh Ha takes a look at contentious logos and names of sports teams past and present “The word Eskimo is not only outdated, it is now largely considered a derogatory term.”
"14.10.2016 15:16:20" theglobeandmail.com Bob Dylan is the most important literary artist of our time Dylan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature on Thursday Bob Dylan is not the voice of his generation; he is a poet whose work has continued beyond his initial star status of the 1960s – both acoustic and electric – and resonates today.
"14.10.2016 14:45:16" theglobeandmail.com Blue Jays Bingo: An online game for TV viewers Generate a new card every game for your computer or mobile device The next time Encarnacion goes deep or Osuna points to the sky after recording the last out, you cheer twice. Once for the play and again for getting one step closer to bingo!
"14.10.2016 14:21:08" Timeline Photos "Blowin' in the wind" Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. From Globe Opinion
"14.10.2016 13:57:32" theglobeandmail.com Donald Trump still faces claims in Toronto tower case The court reversed an earlier decision to throw out a case brought against Mr. Trump and associates by the investors, who said they were misled into investing in the development in Toronto's financial district The court reversed an earlier decision to throw out a case brought against Donald J. Trump by investors who said they were misled into investing in the development.
"14.10.2016 13:23:44" theglobeandmail.com Why Canadians should open their minds to renting Plus how much does dating cost these days and slang terms for money Financial flexibility, more accessible accommodations and a simpler lifestyle are just a few of the perks for renters. From Rob Carrick
"14.10.2016 12:51:06" theglobeandmail.com Watchdog to review loophole that allows foreign firms to deal in B.C. real estate The Superintendent of Real Estate plans to review the practice, which is outlawed in Ontario, and decide if the loophole should close The practice is outlawed in Ontario and other jurisdictions. From Globe British Columbia
"14.10.2016 12:14:17" theglobeandmail.com 'Apprentice' producer denounces Trump but won't release tapes Mark Burnett, creator of several reality TV shows, including The Apprentice, Survivor and Shark Tank, is facing demands to release footage that former crew members say could reveal Trump acting in vulgar and offensive ways According to a clause in Donald J. Trump's "Apprentice" contract, the owner of the tapes would need Trump's permission to release unaired footage from the show.
"14.10.2016 11:50:16" theglobeandmail.com Ottawa's new mortgage rules will drive up rents in Toronto: study Average monthly rent for a condominium in the Greater Toronto Area rose an annualized 9 per cent in the third quarter The rent on an average 717-square-foot condo unit in Toronto reached $2,044 in the last quarter.
"14.10.2016 11:16:06" Timeline Photos Moment in time: Oct. 14, 1942 - SS Caribou sunk by a torpedo:
After the United States entered the Second World War, German naval attacks in the North Atlantic accelerated, with U-boats sinking several navy and merchant vessels in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
"14.10.2016 10:54:25" theglobeandmail.com Belgian parliament rejects EU-Canada free trade agreement EU trade ministers to hold an emergency meeting Tuesday to vote on the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement; have indicated they want unanimous support #Breaking: The parliament of Belgium's French-speaking region of Wallonia backed a motion which threatens to kill a planned EU-Canada free trade agreement. From Report on Business
"14.10.2016 10:07:58" theglobeandmail.com This celebrity trainer's gimmick-free workout plan is rooted in science Charismatic Dalton Wong is more than just another fitness coach to the stars Celebrity trainer Dalton Wong – whose clients include Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence and Game of Thrones hero Kit Harrington – insists that 15-minute exercises a few times a week will lead to noticeable results.
"14.10.2016 08:10:04" theglobeandmail.com Women-only supervised injection site to open in Vancouver The women-only supervised injection site in the Downtown Eastside would give women peace of mind Vancouver Coastal Health is planning a women-only supervised injection site in the Downtown Eastside for women not fully comfortable with using the co-ed facility. From Globe British Columbia
"14.10.2016 03:05:18" theglobeandmail.com The unique emotional sting of a 'friend breakup' There isn't a template for friend breakups the way there is with romantic splits. Most of us still put substantially more effort into our romances than we do into our friendships, which we expect to magically hum along Breaking up can be as devastating – and often more unexpected – in a platonic friendship as it is in a romance.
"14.10.2016 02:34:04" theglobeandmail.com Fake invoice used to funnel cash, Liberal bagman testifies Pierre Corbeil, testifying at the trial of Jacques Corriveau, says he received the payment from a printing firm A former Liberal bagman has testified that party officials devised a fake-invoice scheme to pay him $40,000 shortly after he pleaded guilty to four counts of influence peddling in 1998.
"14.10.2016 01:59:17" theglobeandmail.com Better to pass Bill C-22 now – and modify it later C-22 is an important step in the evolution of Canada's security accountability chain. As such, it is better to pass it now than haggle over modifications. It may well be that the ministerial discretionary powers are too broad "C-22 is an important step in the evolution of Canada's security accountability chain. As such, it is better to pass it now than haggle over modifications." From Globe Opinion
"14.10.2016 01:21:47" theglobeandmail.com Trump's 'locker room' line prompts crucial moment for male bystanders Men are speaking out after Trump described his comments as 'locker room banter' and saying this is not how all men talk about women in private When the 2005 recording of Trump bragging about groping the genitals of unsuspecting women was unleashed this past weekend, and when Trump defended it as “locker room banter,” many men had heard enough. Men who may have stood silently by before felt