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"29.04.2017 14:13:28" theglobeandmail.com A new wave of fashion designers is bringing the '80s back Emerging brands turn up the sartorial volume via ultra-vibrant hues, sheer and metallic fabrics, and eye-popping prints Have you heard? The bold, brash look of the 1980s is back .
"29.04.2017 13:45:40" theglobeandmail.com Simon Metke: The man thrust into a strange world of Canadian art theft Edmonton man unwittingly took home a stolen, million-dollar ancient artifact, and his life hasn't been the same since Meet the original Yoga Hoser, arrested for possession of a $1.2-million ancient statue he had on his bookshelf. From Jana G. Pruden
"29.04.2017 13:24:55" theglobeandmail.com Three men sentenced for stealing $18-million worth of maple syrup in Quebec Jurors found the three men guilty last November in connection with the theft of 2,700 tons of syrup worth $18-million from a warehouse in Quebec between August 2011 and July 2012. Three men convicted in connection with the theft of $18 million worth of maple syrup in Quebec were sentenced on Friday to between two and eight years.
"29.04.2017 12:39:22" theglobeandmail.com Icebergs pose danger in North Atlantic shipping lanes Newfoundland's spectacular iceberg-viewing season continues to mean major hazards in North Atlantic shipping lanes. About 673 icebergs have drifted into North Atlantic shipping lanes off Newfoundland. That's almost as many as the 687 counted during the whole ice season last year, ending in late September.
"29.04.2017 12:11:51" theglobeandmail.com Sufferers of joint pain need not be inactive A recent study has identified realistic minimum physical activity threshold for adults with lower-extremity joint symptoms Staying active every day is a powerful elixir – it improves your performance, attitude and elevates your health. And this shouldn't be limited by age or by joint pain.
"29.04.2017 11:47:42" theglobeandmail.com Reforms an option to tackle Canada's court delays: justice ministers Federal and provincial justice ministers to mull changes to mandatory minimums, preliminary inquiries Justice ministers across Canada have agreed to consider targeted reforms, including changes to mandatory-minimum penalties and bail, in an effort to tackle delays in the court system.
"29.04.2017 11:21:39" theglobeandmail.com Sticky fingers: What customers steal from Toronto restaurants Chefs and restaurant owners have seen plenty of different items go missing over the years, leaving them exasperated and confused The list is extensive: cutlery, glassware, jars of peppers, bottles of chili oil, handmade bowls, menus, toiletry, even paintings right off the wall.
"29.04.2017 03:23:28" theglobeandmail.com Overdose calls across B.C. set grim record in April BC Emergency Health Services says it responded to 109 suspected overdoses around B.C. on Thursday 347 drug overdose fatalities occurred in the first three months of this year, putting the total on track to surpass the record 931 illicit drug deaths across B.C. last year.
"29.04.2017 02:32:30" theglobeandmail.com B.C. envoy on softwood lumber distancing himself from Christy Clark's threats British Columbia's special envoy on the Canada-U.S. softwood lumber dispute is distancing himself from Premier Christy Clark's threats of trade retaliation. David Emerson is distancing himself from the B.C. Premier's bid to block shipments of thermal coal in a tit-for-tat measure in response to the new punitive softwood lumber tariffs levied by the U.S.
"29.04.2017 01:27:18" theglobeandmail.com After I moved to Victoria, I learned to embrace an unhurried life Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. Vancouver Island is where you come to get away from everywhere else. Jacob Buurma learns to embrace the pace.
"29.04.2017 00:16:05" theglobeandmail.com North Korea test-fires ballistic missile, appears to have failed: South Korea The test came as U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned the United Nations that failure to curb North Korea's nuclear and ballistic missile programs could lead to 'catastrophic consequences' The test defied intense pressure from the United States and the reclusive state's main ally, China.
"28.04.2017 23:54:07" theglobeandmail.com Strident opponent of assisted dying to chair review of advance requests The appointment of Harvey Schipper to chair a working group of experts who will examine the issue is raising doubts about the impartiality of the process and the federal government's commitment to seriously consider expanding its restrictive law on Harvey Schipper once said the arguments used to justify legalizing assisted dying were similar to how the Nazis justified genocide.
"28.04.2017 23:24:52" theglobeandmail.com The difficulty of holding other people's pasts in your hands Books, files, knick-knacks, doodads – Laurie Lewis is ready to downsize, but purging the detritus of two lifetimes isn't easy Keep or toss? It was time to begin the evaluation that all old people must go through. One writer shares her experience downsizing homes and the difficulties of purging.
"28.04.2017 22:53:08" theglobeandmail.com Vancouver begins controversial restrictions on natural gas A policy designed to make Vancouver a zero-emissions city means all developments requiring a rezoning must comply with new standards A policy designed to make Vancouver a zero-emissions city means all developments requiring a rezoning must comply with new standards. From Globe British Columbia
"28.04.2017 22:19:43" theglobeandmail.com Liberals seeking trade deal with major South American trading bloc Mercosur The Canadian government has opened consultations on a potential deal with Mercosur – the customs union of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay Mercosur – comprised of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay – represents a potential market of 260 million people.
"28.04.2017 21:42:13" theglobeandmail.com Former Salvation Army executive found guilty of selling donations to black market David Rennie was found guilty this week of six charges related to the setup, including fraud, theft and trafficking in stolen goods David Rennie diverted truckloads of donations received by the charity to the black market as part of a scheme to make money, a Toronto court has ruled.
"28.04.2017 21:02:30" theglobeandmail.com Southey: Explaining the endless softwood saga to our extraterrestrial neighbours I reason they could not be any less interested than the average Canadian Opinion: "So what is it about Softwood Lumber Trade Dispute V: The Empire Strikes Big League that has us all up in soft, woody arms?"
"28.04.2017 19:54:47" theglobeandmail.com Behind Trump's bluster, Americans are ready to do business with Canada Despite recent sabre-rattling on trade, the U.S. political class views Canada with considerable warmth Opinion: "Canada can do business with Mr. Trump. Clearly, it will not always be smooth, and we won't win every battle."
"28.04.2017 19:28:03" theglobeandmail.com Carrick: Which of these six retirement paths will you follow? And how drowning in debt is the new normal One of the most important retirement planning steps you can take is to visualize your life after you leave the workforce. From Rob Carrick
"28.04.2017 18:50:38" theglobeandmail.com Guns at the NRA convention? Not with Trump there As with most presidential appearances, firearms won't be allowed when Trump opens the National Rifle Association's annual meeting To the scores of gun-rights protesters gathered outside the convention hall, the ban on guns inside seemed ironic — and underscored their concerns that guns make society unsafe.
"28.04.2017 18:22:22" theglobeandmail.com Toronto's five decades of condo growth, mapped While it remains for many the only hope of affordable home ownership in Toronto's red-hot housing market, the tower-of-glass luxury condo has also become a dwelling of choice for a new more urban generation, radically remaking entire Toronto It's been 50 years since the emergence of condos began to redefine Toronto development as we know it. The Globe and Mail's Jeff Gray and John Sopinski explore how the city adapted to changing eras in the housing market, and was in turn transformed.
"28.04.2017 17:54:46" theglobeandmail.com China and North Korea at the edge of patience: A view from the border of two nuclear neighbours With Kim Jong-un hell-bent on extending his nuclear reach, an angry and anxious China is getting fed up with its long-time ally – and preparing, it appears, to flex its strength. Nathan VanderKlippe reports from the Chinese-North Korean border With North Korea seemingly on the verge of possessing a nuclear weapon that it could affix to a missile to hit targets thousands of kilometres away, China is once again being forced to consider what it will countenance.
"28.04.2017 17:29:19" theglobeandmail.com Home Capital bleeds another $290-million of withdrawals Home Capital Group Inc. has seen a further dwindling in on-demand deposits, giving the company less of a financial buffer and raising more concerns about how long Thursday's multibillion cash infusion will last the company Home Capital has seen a further dwindling in on-demand deposits, giving the company less of a financial buffer. From Report on Business
"28.04.2017 17:03:10" theglobeandmail.com Military reveals hundreds of cases of harmful sexual behaviour in ranks According to new numbers released on Friday, members of the Canadian Armed Forces reported 504 cases of harmful and inappropriate sexual behavior in the 2016-2017 fiscal year The Canadian Armed Forces have compiled hundreds of cases of inappropriate and harmful sexual behavior over the last year as they try to gauge the level of wrongdoing endured by their members and tackle one of the most pressing issues facing the military.
"28.04.2017 16:35:38" theglobeandmail.com Irving Shipbuilding says Norman e-mails unfairly malign company Vice-Admiral Mark Norman is the subject of an RCMP probe Irving Shipbuilding says emails by Vice-Admiral Mark Norman that characterize the Halifax company as “greedy and self serving” and malign top executives as the “four horseman of the apocalypse” are insulting and show Ottawa did not seriously consider its
"28.04.2017 16:15:00" Video: Porsche's Cayman coupe is better than ever with its new... Porsche aficionados may miss the classic flat-six motor, but the new turbocharged four-cylinder engine that can be found in the Cayman, offers more toque and power.
"28.04.2017 16:13:31" theglobeandmail.com A 'roller-coaster of emotions' for Fort McMurray man who lost home, won lottery Chris Flett grabbed a few belongings before his home in the hard-hit Beacon Hill neighbourhood was destroyed Between May and December of last year, Chris Flett went through two life-changing events: his house burned down during the Fort McMurray fire and he won the lottery.
"28.04.2017 15:41:54" theglobeandmail.com Nobel winner Elizabeth Blackburn tells Vancouver TED the secrets of aging Nobel Prize laureate Elizabeth Blackburn discovered that a tiny piece of our chromosomes holds the secret to why we age But Dr. Blackburn warns taking a sip from the fountain of youth could cause more harm than good, protecting us from some diseases while opening up new risks for others.
"28.04.2017 15:21:13" theglobeandmail.com I never thought I would move to Toronto, but now I know it's where I belong I was the kind of Canadian who took digs at the biggest city in the country. But now I live in it, Sophie Nadeau writes I was the kind of Canadian who took digs at the biggest city in the country. But now I live in it and I am convinced that everything I ever believed about Toronto is fundamentally wrong.
"28.04.2017 14:48:26" theglobeandmail.com Bombardier rejects Boeing claim C Series was dumped into the U.S. U.S. rival said Thursday it petitioned the U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. International Trade Commission for investigations into subsidies and pricing of the jet The federal government also rejected Boeing's claim and vowed to mount “a vigorous defence.” From Report on Business
"28.04.2017 14:24:04" theglobeandmail.com El Nino likely to return this year: World Meteorological Organization The phenomenon is associated with droughts and flooding, and last took place in 2015-2016 The phenomenon has been linked to droughts in the Horn of Africa, coral bleaching and the spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus in South America two years ago, WMO said.
"28.04.2017 14:09:29" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Tom Harrison is crawling toward the finish line at the London Marathon and likely won't be done until Saturday. Harrison ran the marathon last year raising money for endangered gorillas but this year he decided to enter on all fours.
"28.04.2017 14:02:32" theglobeandmail.com Trump's first 100 days: 'I thought it would be easier' Trump says he's still getting used to having 24-hour Secret Service protection and its accompanying constraints. Donald J. Trump says he misses driving, feels as if he is in a cocoon, and is surprised how hard his new job is.
"28.04.2017 13:36:46" theglobeandmail.com Quebec Liberal caucus faces corruption crisis after political interference allegations Montreal police union president Yves Francoeur says evidence alleging fraud and influence peddling against politicians was blocked from going to court Montreal police union president Yves Francoeur says evidence alleging fraud and influence peddling against politicians was blocked from going to court.
"28.04.2017 13:12:36" theglobeandmail.com Trump's 100 days on Twitter: What he said, by the numbers As president, Donald Trump uses Twitter to woo his supporters, irritate his enemies and put his own spin on his achievements – and it reveals more about his presidency than meets the eye As president, Donald Trump uses Twitter to woo his supporters, irritate his enemies and put his own spin on his achievements – and it reveals more about his presidency than meets the eye.
"28.04.2017 12:43:39" Timeline Photos 'Return to sanity' Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/QF8HAy4
"28.04.2017 12:16:24" theglobeandmail.com NHL Playoffs 2017: Senators squeeze past Rangers, Penguins beat Capitals in opening games of Round 2 Here you'll find the latest news and results from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs Karlsson magnificent, despite a less than full house in Ottawa. Crosby outduels Ovechkin and a story about a coach they call 'Sudsie.'
"28.04.2017 11:43:23" theglobeandmail.com What does Tony Robbins know about selling real estate? Thousands flocked to Toronto's Real Estate Wealth Expo to get pumped up by Tony Robbins and rapper Pitbull. But wait—what do those guys know about selling houses? Thousands flocked to Toronto's Real Estate Wealth Expo to get pumped up by Tony Robbins and rapper Pitbull. But wait—what do those guys know about selling houses? From Report on Business
"28.04.2017 11:13:10" theglobeandmail.com Trump says 'major conflict' with North Korea possible Trump says he wants to resolve the crisis peacefully, but is not ruling out a military option Trump said he wanted to resolve the crisis peacefully, possibly through the use of new economic sanctions, although a military option was not off the table.
"28.04.2017 10:59:00" theglobeandmail.com Morning Update newsletter Also: Ontario budget unveiled; state of Home Capital; Raptors advance, Trump says he's ready to renegotiate NAFTA, and the Ottawa Senators took Game 1 Let a Globe editor help you stay informed with our morning newsletter, e-mailed straight to your inbox.
"28.04.2017 10:22:54" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 28, 1989 - Hal and Joanne hit the CBC:
Playing a little basketball with friends after a long work week really helps relieve stress. Jogging is fun, but occasionally people develop a cramp in the side called a stitch. Hal Johnson and
"28.04.2017 03:26:25" theglobeandmail.com New funding for Toronto transit, social housing left out of Ontario budget Toronto Mayor John Tory said he was still analyzing the budget and would hold a formal press conference on Friday Cancelling a scheduled press conference and instead issuing only a terse statement, Toronto Mayor John Tory made his disappointment clear about the Ontario budget.
"28.04.2017 03:05:07" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: The case of Vice-Adm. Mark Norman, and the rigmarole hiding the truth Efforts to learn the truth about the Armed Forces' second-in-command were stalled by secrecy Editorial: "We don't believe the second-in-command of the Canadian Forces should be removed without the public's fullest understanding, and that is our commitment to you."
"28.04.2017 02:27:37" theglobeandmail.com Justice ministers across Canada to meet to tackle court delays Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and her provincial counterparts seek to make a 'cultural shift' in Canada's criminal-justice system Quebec Justice Minister Stéphanie Vallée, who is co-chairing the meeting, is one of several ministers who say they will push Ottawa to make changes to the Criminal Code to speed up proceedings – and she wants to see at least one or two changes implemented
"28.04.2017 01:57:07" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: Ontario's NDP-lite budget sets the table for the next election The budget that Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa delivered on Thursday, April 27, 2017, is all about an event happening on Thursday, June 7, 2018: The next provincial election. The province's Liberal government currently stands a distant ... Editorial: "The budget that Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa delivered on Thursday, April 27, 2017, is all about an event happening on Thursday, June 7, 2018: The next provincial election."
"28.04.2017 01:14:34" Timeline Photos The Globe and Mail was supposed to shadow Kevin O'Leary for the day on Wednesday, following him to events in order to gauge his support and understand his strategy in winning the leadership. Instead, by late morning he revealed he was going to quit.
"28.04.2017 00:43:46" theglobeandmail.com 'I told myself not to cry': South Africa's Gift Ngoepe makes MLB history By making his debut in the early hours of Freedom Day, Ngoepe became the first African to reach the major leagues By making his debut in the early hours of Freedom Day, Gift Ngoepe became the first African to reach the major leagues.
"28.04.2017 00:17:06" theglobeandmail.com Mason: Christy Clark vs. Donald Trump: The proverbial knife at a gun fight The campaigning B.C. Premier has brought the proverbial knife to the gun fight Opinion: "With the federal government still mulling its full response to U.S. President Donald Trump's recent trade war measures, BC Liberal Party leader Christy Clark decided this week to step into the breach."
"27.04.2017 23:52:20" theglobeandmail.com Why keep cabinet secrets? Our democracy depends on it In the incessant calls for greater transparency in government, we all too often forget this important constitutional convention Opinion: "It is no exaggeration to write that cabinet secrecy is at the heart of collective cabinet responsibility."
"27.04.2017 23:22:48" theglobeandmail.com The O'Leary lesson: You can't run this country without speaking French Let us be thankful for the catastrophic leadership campaign of Kevin O'Leary, the all-smoke, no-fire dragon. May this entertaining journey serve as another piece in the case-law of language in Canadian politics Opinion: "Mr. O'Leary should be thanked for an invaluable contribution to Canadian politics, albeit unintended."
"27.04.2017 22:51:17" theglobeandmail.com United Airlines reaches settlement with passenger dragged from plane The airline is also vowing to reduce, but not eliminate, overbooking The airline has a reached a settlement for an undisclosed sum with the passenger who was dragged from a Chicago flight earlier this month.
"27.04.2017 22:11:55" theglobeandmail.com Ontario moves to toughen oversight of syndicated mortgage investments Ontario Liberals shift regulation of the investments products to the Ontario Securities Commission The syndicated mortgage sector has exploded in Ontario in recent years as Toronto's real estate market has boomed, with sales of the investment products in the province climbing over 60 per cent in two years to $6-billion in 2016.
"27.04.2017 21:41:42" theglobeandmail.com Ontario budget promises free prescription drugs for kids, more cash for hospitals Ontario budget includes 3.1-per-cent hike to operating funding for hospitals The province's health budget includes a $465-million program that will provide free prescription medicine to everyone 24 and under, regardless of their household income or whether they have access to private health insurance through their parents. It's
"27.04.2017 21:20:59" theglobeandmail.com 2017 Ontario budget: 10 things you need to know The Ontario Liberals announced the province's first balanced budget in a decade on Thursday, an expected move that could be construed as the unofficial start to the 2018 election campaign From health spending to electricity rates, here are the highlights from the Ontario budget:
"27.04.2017 20:40:48" theglobeandmail.com Ontario balances budget, pours billions into health care Released barely a year before the province heads to the polls, the $141-billion budget is a campaign document for Kathleen Wynne whose poll numbers have tumbled With its first balanced budget in a decade, the province is opening the taps to pour billions into health care and consumer-friendly spending.
"27.04.2017 20:11:02" theglobeandmail.com Ibbitson: Conservative Party should be looking for a winner, not a caretaker If Conservatives choose a leader able to forge a true government-in-waiting, then anything is possible Opinion: "If Conservatives elect a caretaker leader, they will get their death-wish. But if they choose someone able to forge a true government-in-waiting, then anything is possible."
"27.04.2017 19:32:37" theglobeandmail.com Thwarted by China's courts, 'diehard' lawyers 'fight to the death' for justice China has claimed great progress, but regularly plunges suspects and their defenders into Kafkaesque contortions of law With the odds stacked against them, some Chinese lawyers have turned to other means to defend their clients, leveraging the power of social media and the occasional willingness of political authorities to bend to public pressure. Their tactics have made
"27.04.2017 18:31:59" theglobeandmail.com Woman rescued from crane in Toronto 'adventure seeking,' friend says The 23-year-old woman faces six counts of mischief by interfering with property after scaling a construction crane Firefighters said Wednesday they believed Marisa Lazo, 23, climbed up the crane, crawled out along the boom, and slid down a cable to a large pulley, where she was stranded. She's facing six counts of mischief for the stunt.
"27.04.2017 18:10:15" theglobeandmail.com Drag shows aren't free-for-alls for straight women letting loose An influx of straight women at gay bars and in the audience of drag shows demands a reminder: Respect the queens and their stage Too many drag shows now have predominantly straight-seeming white women in attendance. Bachelorette parties are especially tedious. Drag bars are the worse for it
"27.04.2017 17:52:29" Laura Stone Hey everyone! Here is my Instagram story from yesterday.
I was supposed to shadow Kevin O'Leary for the day but he ended up dropping out and endorsing Maxime Bernier. Laura Stone was set to shadow Kevin O'Leary's campaign yesterday ahead of a Conservative leadership debate. Then Mr. O'Leary dropped out and endorsed rival Maxime Bernier. Here's what it was like on the ground. For her full story: https://tgam.ca/2pDEV3C
"27.04.2017 17:48:37" theglobeandmail.com The other Canadian anniversary: 100 years of income tax As a result of the funding demands of the First World War, the federal government brought in personal income and corporate income taxes in 1917, and the federal sales tax in 1921 Canada's federal personal income tax arrived Sept. 20, 1917, with a 4-per-cent tax on all income of single people over $1,500. It changed federal public finances and our lives forever
"27.04.2017 17:26:51" theglobeandmail.com Trump lashes out at Democrats over spending bill in tweetstorm Trump accuses Democrats of trying to close national parks and jeopardize the safety of U.S. troops Trump is accusing the Democrats of trying to close national parks and jeopardize the safety of U.S. troops over demands to provide Americans with health care
"27.04.2017 17:05:00" Flashback: President Clinton's original signing of NAFTA into law in 1993
"27.04.2017 16:12:10" theglobeandmail.com The manual transmission is alive and well – if you know where to look Bucking sales trends, the manual gearbox is still coveted The stick-shift is not dead. Reports of its demise have been greatly exaggerated. But don't look in the high-end market. The less powerful the car, the more fun it becomes with a stick-shift.
From Globe Drive
"27.04.2017 15:50:03" theglobeandmail.com Trekker missing for 47 days rescued in Nepal The Taiwanese man's girlfriend died three days before they were discovered For the first two weeks Liang Sheng Yueh and his girlfriend survived on food they had in their backpacks, but after that they consumed only salt and water
"27.04.2017 15:02:04" theglobeandmail.com Al Gore shuns Band-Aid solutions to climate change at TED in Vancouver The former U.S. vice-president attended a TED Conference, where he joined a debate on geoengineering, saying cutting emissions needs to be the top priority One idea floated at the TED Conference in Vancouver was geoengineering, a controversial area of science that involves deliberate, large-scale interventions to alter the planet's climate, such as creating clouds that contain chalk in order to reflect heat
"27.04.2017 14:38:11" theglobeandmail.com Embattled Home Capital puts itself on the block Retains RBC Dominion Securities and BMO Nesbitt Burns to advise on financing and strategic options Canada's biggest alternative mortgage lender said Thursday it needed the new funds to mitigate a stark drop in high interest savings account deposits over the past month
"27.04.2017 14:15:36" theglobeandmail.com Who's still in the Conservative leadership race? Read the list of candidates In May, the party chooses a new leader. Here's a primer on who's in the running and what they stand for With Kevin O'Leary's sudden exit from the race, there are now 13 people vying to lead the Conservative Party:
"27.04.2017 13:53:42" theglobeandmail.com Science minister mulls forcing universities to attract more female researchers As of December 2016, 30 per cent of the filled positions for the Canada Research Chair program were women Only 36 per cent of PhDs in science in Canada are earned by women, compared with 49 per cent in the U.K. and 46 per cent in the United States.
"27.04.2017 13:32:21" theglobeandmail.com Six things you need to know ahead of the Ontario budget In the Ontario Liberals' final budget before next year's election, expect to see a balanced budget and new money for health care and infrastructure It's budget day in Ontario. Here's what you need to know:
"27.04.2017 13:04:51" theglobeandmail.com In brewing fight over guns, visions of 'shootouts in Times Square' Bills introduced by Republican legislators in the Senate and House would require states to recognize permits to carry concealed weapons that are issued by other states How deep is Donald Trump's commitment to the gun-rights cause? We're about to find out:
"27.04.2017 12:49:42" theglobeandmail.com Here's the good news about Canadians' record household debt levels Canadians have run their debt levels to record levels, but the vast majority of people are acing their repayments The latest snapshot of how well Canadians are keeping up with their debt payments is not all bad news, says Rob Carrick:
From Report on Business
"27.04.2017 12:27:05" theglobeandmail.com United Airlines raising limit on payments to bumped fliers to $10,000 The airline is also vowing to reduce, but not eliminate, overbooking Would you give up your seat for $10,000?
"27.04.2017 12:05:57" theglobeandmail.com Humans arrived in North America much earlier than first thought: study Researchers say a site in Southern California shows evidence of humanlike behaviour from about 130,000 years ago This finding far surpasses the widely accepted date for North American human origins:
"27.04.2017 11:32:00" theglobeandmail.com Morning Update newsletter: Trump drops NAFTA threat; O'Leary drops out; B.C. leaders' debate roundup Also: Home Capital secures $2-billion lifeline as shares collapse, and Ontario budget tabled today Want to become an informed reader? Try our morning newsletter, compiled by Globe editors, e-mailed to your inbox each day.
"27.04.2017 11:05:20" Timeline Photos Moment in time: South Africa holds first multiracial elections
April 27, 1994: Nobody was quite certain if South Africa could pull it off. In the lead-up to its first multiracial elections, the signs were ominous. White extremists were planting bombs
"27.04.2017 11:02:17" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: Is the Supreme Court reconsidering the Jordan decision? Let's hope so Criminal law, a bit like crime itself, can be quite messy. Last year, however, the Supreme Court of Canada tried to make it more efficient in order to protect accused people from having to live too long under the shadow of alleged guilt while ... Globe editorial: Since the Supreme Court of Canada's split decision in the case of R. v. Jordan, the result has been chaos. Cases involving serious offences, murder included, have been thrown out, an outcome that likely to damage the public's opinion of
"27.04.2017 10:25:15" theglobeandmail.com Canada needs plan for U.S. tax cuts: business council Business group urges Ottawa, provinces to be ready to lower taxes, says White House reducing rates would produce disadvantage Canada's business community is urging Ottawa and the provinces to start preparing for tax cuts north of the border after U.S. President Donald Trump unveiled his plans for “massive” reductions to corporate and personal tax rates.
"27.04.2017 07:34:05" theglobeandmail.com New Canucks coach Travis Green to lead young, rebuilding team Green spent the last four seasons coaching the Canucks' top farm team, the Utica Comets of the American Hockey League The rebuild for the Vancouver Canucks is officially on – and Travis Green will be its steward.
"27.04.2017 04:55:47" theglobeandmail.com Cash-strapped B.C. organizations seek to accommodate refugee influx One organization, Inland Refugee Society of BC, has reached out to private citizens, churches, shelters and even Airbnb to find temporary housing for refugees British Columbia has seen a steady increase in refugee claimants, forcing cash-strapped service providers to find creative solutions to accommodate the influx and issue a public plea for assistance.
"27.04.2017 03:54:06" theglobeandmail.com Prolonged rest actually harmful for those recovering from head injuries: report When recuperating from a head injury, people do need to rest, but only for a couple of days, one researcher says Prolonged rest is no longer the best recommendation for people who have suffered concussions, new research shows.
"27.04.2017 03:26:54" theglobeandmail.com Trump backs off plan for order that would have kickstarted U.S. exit from NAFTA After word of the possible order came out in the media Wednesday, Trump spoke with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto Breaking news: U.S. President Donald Trump has backed off a plan to start the process of withdrawing from the North American free-trade agreement following emergency talks with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto.
"27.04.2017 03:09:22" theglobeandmail.com Why police now attend my son's Muslim prayer space at school Presence of police officers at Peel District School Board meetings and students' Jummah prayer sessions is both reassuring and troublesome Opinion: "I find it both reassuring and troublesome that school-board meetings are now staffed by both plain-clothed and uniformed police, some carrying weapons."
"27.04.2017 02:47:10" theglobeandmail.com Cultural sensitivities must never override gender equality Failing to address harmful cultural practices such as female genital mutilation and sex-selective abortions allows problems to fester and ultimately cause even more damage Opinion: "Failing to address harmful cultural practices unequivocally, allows problems to fester and, ultimately, cause even more damage."
"27.04.2017 02:19:01" theglobeandmail.com Hamilton agrees to move forward with $1-billion LRT project The city council vote keeps alive a project that many feared would fall victim to local opposition Hamilton agreed to move forward with a highly contentious $1-billion light rail project after the province promised to work on extending the route.
"27.04.2017 01:32:51" theglobeandmail.com John Doyle: The Handmaid's Tale is gorgeous, bleak and enormously entertaining In The Handmaid's Tale, Margaret Atwood's novel is expanded in scope, embellished and intensified to give the story the sort of depth and impact the best of TV drama delivers The Handmaid's Tale, which premieres on Sunday night in Canada, is not an ultra-faithful adaptation and is, in fact, the better for that. It is specifically adapted for television (by Bruce Miller) as we know it now – cable-length storytelling drama with
"27.04.2017 01:09:29" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: Kevin O'Leary: He didn't come back, for you And so Kevin O'Leary, having not yet arrived, departs. Globe editorial: Kevin O'Leary is telling Canadians that his sudden reversal of course is actually a case of him doing this country a favour. Why isn't he coming back? For you. For all of us.
"27.04.2017 00:45:54" theglobeandmail.com Tax breaks for charitable givers can add up The savings are significant, particularly for Canada's highest earners Giving to charity is rewarding on many fronts, but tax savings are significant, particularly for Canada's highest earners.
"27.04.2017 00:18:29" theglobeandmail.com Social-media giants can afford to police their platforms — and so they should The Internet belongs to humans, so we must pressure providers to better police its content and keep it safe Opinion: "The Internet is not the air. Humans invented it and it belongs to us. Because of this, we must pressure social-media giants to create the necessary systems to police it."
"26.04.2017 23:50:03" theglobeandmail.com At least 970 people received an assisted death in Canada in 2016: report Assisted deaths accounted for about 0.6 per cent of all deaths nationwide, says the Health Canada report released Wednesday. Nearly half of all the assisted deaths – 463 – took place in Quebec, where a separate end-of-life law took effect on Dec. 10, 2015, six months before the federal law kicked in.
"26.04.2017 22:47:18" theglobeandmail.com In appreciation of Jonathan Demme, the calculated artist As a writer, producer, director, and stage-manager of highish-brow Hollywood spectacle, Demme knew his audiences and precisely how to work them – and work them up "Jonathan Demme wanted people to see his films. What good was a message-movie if it was directed at people who already agreed with the message?"
"26.04.2017 22:46:00" Why the U.S. has a problem with Canada's softwood exports
"26.04.2017 21:08:57" theglobeandmail.com I posted this photo of my dying son to warn of the dangers of fentanyl On April 19, Sherri Kent of Calgary, shared a photo of herself lying with her son in his hospital bed in the hope it would save lives On April 19, Sherri Kent, of Calgary, shared a photo of herself lying with her son in his hospital bed in the hope it would save lives. It has been shared more than 102,000 times.
"26.04.2017 20:56:00" Done Deals: Two offers took this detached Toronto home almost ... Check out this six-bedroom house in Toronto that sold in seven days for almost $300,000 over asking.
"26.04.2017 20:43:05" Timeline Photos Hot air: The truth about Kevin O'Leary's business history: “Because this is a bilingual country, and because Quebec votes are crucial to any leadership bid, it was a convincing argument. But it also masked a hidden truth -- Mr. O'Leary's big weakness is
"26.04.2017 20:17:53" theglobeandmail.com Toronto homeowners opting to lease after cashing out They sold to capitalize on high prices – and many aren't about to dive back in “People don't want to take all their money they've made in appreciation of their family home and sink it back into real estate,” says one local realtor.
"26.04.2017 19:54:05" theglobeandmail.com Clothing chain Kit and Ace closes stores outside Canada The chain, launched by Lululemon founder Chip Wilson and his family, is shifting its focus to online sales The clothing retailer, launched by Lululemon founder Chip Wilson and his family, is closing stores in the U.S., Australia and the U.K.as the company shifts its focus to online sales and its nine Canadian outlets.
"26.04.2017 19:34:32" theglobeandmail.com Six things you need to know ahead of the Ontario budget In the Ontario Liberals' final budget before next year's election, expect to see a balanced budget and new money for health care and infrastructure Kathleen Wynne is Canada's least popular premier. Despite this, she is vowing to fight the 2018 election as Liberal Leader. The party will be looking for a path to victory and that starts with the budget
"26.04.2017 19:12:05" theglobeandmail.com CMHC maintains 'strong' risk rating for national real estate market Agency first raised it overall risk rating last October Canada's federal housing agency says overvaluation – which occurs when house prices are not fully supported by economic fundamentals such as incomes – is now present in only six of the 15 markets included in the report.
"26.04.2017 18:47:01" theglobeandmail.com Trump backs off plan for order that would have kickstarted U.S. exit from NAFTA Executive order would give Canada and Mexico a six-month notice period of the United State's intent to withdraw from the free-trade agreement Donald Trump has backed off a plan to start the process of withdrawing from the North American free-trade agreement.
"26.04.2017 18:23:08" theglobeandmail.com Ibbitson: Before Conservatives elect Maxime Bernier, they should consider this Kevin O'Leary has dropped out and endorsed the Quebec MP to be the next leader of the Conservative Party. But should he be? Opinion: There are good reasons not to hand the mantle of Leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition to this former Quebec cabinet minister. This is not to say Mr. Bernier does not deserve to be leader
"26.04.2017 18:03:11" theglobeandmail.com Stressed out? Three tips to build resilience To be successful as an entrepreneur, you have to be resilient. If you can't take getting rejected, knocked down and discouraged only to get up to try again, you are probably better off working for someone else. A good way to gauge your current level of resilience is to consider how you react when things don't go your way
"26.04.2017 17:38:11" theglobeandmail.com Kevin O'Leary drops out, endorses Maxime Bernier for Conservative leadership In a stunning move that will rock the race and solidify Mr. Bernier as the sole frontrunner in the May 27 vote, Mr. O'Leary says he will now put his time and effort into electing Mr. Bernier as leader and helping him beat Justin Trudeau's Liberals in #Breaking: "I can't deliver Quebec. I can't win. That's my opinion. I wish it was different,” O'Leary said in an interview with The Globe and Mail
"26.04.2017 17:32:13" China launches its first domestically-built aircraft carrier. It comes amid rising tensions over North Korea and Beijing's assertiveness in the South China Sea
"26.04.2017 17:08:14" Timeline Photos Who has true power and influence in Canada? We pull the curtain back on those who have the influence, connections and cash to get their way in the world of business. Making this year's list are financiers, politicians, CEOs and one hip-hop star.
"26.04.2017 16:45:25" theglobeandmail.com Doyle: Why the fuss about funding We Are Canada? It's just tedious TV The CBC six-part series that celebrates the accomplishments of young Canadians is well-meaning but profoundly boring Opinion: There is every reason to celebrate young Canadians who are smart, decent and hard-working. There is no excuse for making tedious TV about them, in this year or any other, writes John Doyle Critic Writer Soccer
"26.04.2017 16:21:05" theglobeandmail.com 'Silence of the Lambs' director Jonathan Demme dies at 73 Demme was suffering frmo esophageal cancer, according to his publicist Jonathan Demme, who also directed the Oscar winning film “Philadelphia” and most recently the 2015 comedy “Ricki and the Flash,” was suffering from esophageal cancer
"26.04.2017 16:12:46" theglobeandmail.com Trump tax plan billed as 'largest tax reform' in U.S. history White House officials to release outlines of tax overhaul later on Wednesday Trump is proposing “the biggest tax cut” ever, even as the government struggles with mounting debt, in an effort to fulfil his promises to stimulate job creation
"26.04.2017 15:49:34" theglobeandmail.com Gee: Toronto's housing crunch could be eased with laissez-faire urban planning When council loosened zoning bylaws, a remarkable transformation unfolded in desolate former industrial neighbourhoods flanking the city centre Opinion: The city could allow for housing on city laneways. It could soften the planning rules that designate so much of Toronto as stable neighbourhoods and make it hard to build anything new or dense.
"26.04.2017 15:35:22" Donald Trump has stirred up long-contentious trade disputes on Canadian softwood lumber and dairy. The Globe's Barrie McKenna is here to talk about the latest and answer your questions.
"26.04.2017 15:24:59" theglobeandmail.com Louis Vuitton going to battle with Etobicoke flea market over counterfeit goods Louis Vuitton is seeking damages against Dr. Flea's Flea Market for negligence, copyright infringement and vicarious liability Should landlords be responsible if their tenants sell counterfeit goods? Louis Vuitton believes they should, after taking legal action against Dr. Flea's Flea Market.
"26.04.2017 15:04:50" theglobeandmail.com 'Goofy,' 'unbecoming': Former U.S. ambassadors blast Trump over Canada Bruce Heyman says Trump's remarks 'have not been constructive' “Words matter. Words matter diplomatically. Words matter with leaders. And I think the words that have been used have been unfortunate, and have not been constructive,” Bruce Heyman said.
"26.04.2017 14:40:28" theglobeandmail.com Pope makes surprise video appearance at Vancouver TED talk Speaking in Italian with subtitles, Pope Francis urged solidarity to overcome a 'culture of waste' Pope Francis urged powerful leaders “to act humbly” and said he hoped technological innovation would not leave people behind.
"26.04.2017 14:18:05" theglobeandmail.com Freeland touts progress on softwood, vows to be 'tough' with U.S. Freeland is optmistic deal can be reached The foreign affairs minister shot back at Donald J. Trump's anti-Canadian trade rhetoric and also says she is optimistic a new softwood lumber deal can reached.
"26.04.2017 13:56:27" theglobeandmail.com Most Canadians think privatizing airports is a bad idea: poll A survey by the Angus Reid Institute found the issue is not a top concern for most Canadians and there is generally a low level of public awareness on it A survey by the Angus Reid Institute found 53 per cent of Canadians said privatizing Canada's eight largest airports would be either a bad or very bad idea.
"26.04.2017 13:35:14" theglobeandmail.com Martin: Tory leadership race becomes a march to folly While an election sets the political landscape for up to four years, the choice of leader for the two major parties often has a more enduring impact Opinion: With the right Tory choice, Justin Trudeau could be defeated in short order. The wrong choice – he could be around for a decade or more, writes Lawrence Martin.
"26.04.2017 13:15:08" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Emergency personnel rescue a woman stranded on a crane 12 stories over downtown Toronto.
"26.04.2017 13:14:43" theglobeandmail.com Vice-Adm. Norman leaked cabinet secrets, helped pressure Liberals in navy contract: RCMP affidavit Unsealed RCMP affidavit sheds light on the criminal investigation that led to the removal of Canada's second-highest ranking military officer #Breaking Unsealed RCMP affidavit sheds light on the criminal investigation that led to the removal of Canada's second-highest ranking military officer.
"26.04.2017 12:51:14" theglobeandmail.com Various pie and tart shells recalled due to E. coli contamination The shells are produced by Edmonton-based Harlan Bakeries and were sold across Canada The Deep Dish Pie Shells, Sweetened Tart Shells and Tart Shells are sold under the Great Value, Apple Valley, Western Family and No Name brands.
"26.04.2017 12:30:03" theglobeandmail.com Woman stuck on Toronto crane rescued after tense mission for firefighters Drama unfolds over Toronto's skyline and on social media after woman is found clinging to a cable a dozen storeys up Drama unfolds over Toronto's skyline and on social media after woman is found clinging to a cable a dozen storeys up.
"26.04.2017 12:16:03" theglobeandmail.com Mason: While politicians fiddle, home buyers get burned How could a country that vigilantly monitors the price of food allow housing costs to spiral completely out of control? Opinion: How could a country that vigilantly monitors the price of food allow housing costs to spiral completely out of control?
"26.04.2017 11:55:00" theglobeandmail.com Morning update: Today's top stories Softwood dispute explained; Statscan unfounded data; more cannabis testing Want to become an informed reader? Try our morning newsletter, compiled by Globe editors, e-mailed to your inbox each day.
"26.04.2017 11:54:58" theglobeandmail.com Giant rabbit dies on United Airlines flight The rabbit was travelling to Chicago from Britain after a celebrity owner purchased him The 10-month old rabbit named Simon, who was tipped to become one of the world's largest rabbits, was traveling to O'Hare in Chicago from Britain after a celebrity owner purchased him.
"26.04.2017 11:31:28" theglobeandmail.com Statistics Canada to resume tracking of unfounded sex-assault cases Agency expects the first results will be available by July, 2018, ending what will by then be a 15-year gap in such data being made available The agency expects the first results will be available by July, 2018, ending what will by then be a 15-year gap in such data being made available. From Robyn Doolittle #Unfounded
"26.04.2017 11:09:15" Timeline Photos 'Conflict resolution' Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/nYtCyQc
"26.04.2017 10:47:36" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 26, 1977 - Studio 54 opens its doors:
"Dress spectacular." That was the only instruction on the opening-night invitation for Studio 54. Formerly CBS Studio 52 - where The Johnny Carson Show and Captain Kangaroo filmed - the theatre
"26.04.2017 10:11:28" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: The Canadian military needs to stop making terrible situations even worse Ombudsman's report points way toward better support for bereaved families of soldiers killed while in service Globe editorial: "Canadians can tolerate slow and inconsistent service from the Canada Revenue Agency at tax time, but the idea that the support for bereaved military families is anything less than perfect should be utterly appalling to them."
"26.04.2017 04:13:43" theglobeandmail.com Mulcair calls out Trudeau on 'hypocrisy' in marijuana anecdote Critics say Liberals' proposed laws only exacerbate the 'fundamental unfairnesses' toward people charged with cannabis possession The federal NDP is accusing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of hypocrisy for using an anecdote about his late brother to highlight equity gaps in the country's current marijuana laws without making any commitment to fix them.
"26.04.2017 03:48:03" theglobeandmail.com Taylor: Why the Telefilm debate is a red herring As Minister of Canadian Heritage Mélanie Joly prepares the culture file for its digital future, some observers wonder if a splashy new Crown corporation will be her legacy Opinion: A debate about the potential merger of Telefilm Canada with the Canada Media Fund is not really a debate about what is good – or not good – for Canadian cinema.
"26.04.2017 03:38:23" theglobeandmail.com The rescue dog that rescued my family The neighbours don't care for our crazy mutt but Bentley helped mend my family "My single-parent family is a muddle of damaged, abandoned people and Bentley fits right in to the rhythms of our household." One writer shares how adopting a rescue dog changed her family.
"26.04.2017 03:04:30" theglobeandmail.com How a Canadian journalist's fake-it-till-you-make-it approach yielded Dabka Despite having no background in the field whatsoever, Jay Bahadur travelled to Somalia in 2009 as pirates were seizing ships in the Gulf of Aden, and simply proceeded to cover the unfolding crisis On Thursday night, an indie film adaptation of the book, titled Dabka (translated from Somali as “into the fire”) and starring Al Pacino, Melanie Griffith, Barkhad Abdi and Evan Peters as the callow Bahadur, will have its world premiere at the Tribeca
"26.04.2017 02:35:24" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: Roller coaster Raptors are hard to love If the current Raptors have an identity, it's that their identity is awfully hard to pin down night to night Kelly: "If history is our guide, it's not going to be easy. Not because the Bucks look particularly good, but because this is Toronto."
"26.04.2017 01:49:03" theglobeandmail.com Fake Tragically Hip merchandise still duping fans: guitarist Rob Baker Baker tweeted that some online shoppers are being duped into buying items that purport to donate $10 of the proceeds to the Gord Downie Fund for Brain Cancer Research Tragically Hip guitarist Rob Baker is urging fans to be vigilant when buying merchandise that claims to be linked to Gord Downie's charity.
"26.04.2017 01:17:55" Timeline Photos The difference now is that Donald Trump is tweeting. Those softwood lumber tariffs would have been imposed under any president, and there'd be a dairy spat too. The unique feature now is that the U.S. President is targeting Canada by name.
"26.04.2017 00:47:04" theglobeandmail.com Review: Like Caitlyn Jenner herself, The Secrets of My Life is both compelling and maddening Jenner's new memoir, The Secrets of My Life, was co-written with Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Buzz Bissinger "Much like Caitlyn Jenner herself, the book is both compelling and maddening, both sympathetic and exasperating. Even before her coming out, Jenner was a polarizing figure."
"26.04.2017 00:25:18" theglobeandmail.com Sure sign of spring: Toronto's High Park cherry blossoms in full bloom Sunday's warmer weather prompted up to 70 per cent of blossoms to open up, according to the High Park Nature Centre It's the first time in a while that admirers have had a chance to get snapshots of Toronto's cherry blossoms as last year many of the buds were damaged by frost that followed an early April snowstorm.
"25.04.2017 23:54:40" theglobeandmail.com Brands that made their mark at Milan Design Week The brands and creatives that made the most waves at Milan Design Week Boasting over 10,000 exhibitors, there is no shortage of eye candy during Milan Design Week.
"25.04.2017 23:32:15" theglobeandmail.com Marijuana decriminalization: Why is Trudeau creating legal limbo? Decriminalization is not something we should strive for as a permanent national model Opinion: "Decriminalization, however imperfect it may be, would serve as a stopgap measure to protect users while we figure out exactly what the legal cannabis market will look like."
"25.04.2017 23:10:42" theglobeandmail.com Aquafit may be a low-impact exercise, but it's far from relaxed If you like to master new exercise moves in a non-impact environment, then you are in luck – aquafit is a pool staple Aquafit allows participants to challenge their heart and lungs without overstressing their joints.
"25.04.2017 22:27:20" theglobeandmail.com Uber looks to soar with flying taxis by 2020 The company expects to deploy its flying taxis in Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, and Dubai by 2020 After upending the taxi market with its ride-hailing service, Uber is now aiming for the skies with its flying taxis.
"25.04.2017 21:38:59" theglobeandmail.com Why are we talking about cupping and the Prime Minister? The Jonah Keri interview is a perfect example of why the outcome of soft interviews are notoriously hard to control Opinion: "Prime Minister Justin Trudeau doesn't get as much stick for scripting himself as his predecessor did, but I guarantee you the Liberal communications team doesn't let their leader bat an eyelid in public without knowing in whose direction it's
"25.04.2017 21:13:46" theglobeandmail.com First bison calves born in Banff National Park backcountry in 140 years For the first time in more than 140 years, bison calves have been born in Banff National Park's backcountry Parks Canada says the first bison calf was born on Saturday in the Panther Valley area and two more have since made their debut.
"25.04.2017 20:43:08" theglobeandmail.com Ottawa drops objections to UN resolution on Indigenous consent The federal Liberal government has officially retracted the previous government's objections to the UNDRIP declaration of aboriginal groups' right to free, prior and informed consent The federal Liberal government has formally removed objections lodged by its Conservative predecessor to parts of a United Nations resolution calling upon states to obtain the consent of Indigenous peoples when enacting laws and undertaking development
"25.04.2017 20:22:41" theglobeandmail.com Picard: To improve Indigenous health, change expectations If we accept, as fact, that change will take forever, that improving the health of Indigenous peoples is impossible, then it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy Opinion: The health and social-welfare systems we have in Indigenous communities produce precisely the outcomes they were designed to achieve
"25.04.2017 19:54:13" theglobeandmail.com Beer coming to some Canadian Taco Bell stores starting this summer The fast-food chain says its flagship Toronto location on Queen Street West will be the first store to serve a selection of beer Taco Bell says it's aiming to reinvent how customers dine in their restaurants. The first location to serve beer will be its flagship Toronto location on Queen Street West
"25.04.2017 19:19:48" theglobeandmail.com Wikipedia founder aims to 'fix the news' with collaborative website The new platform, called Wikitribune, will bring together professional journalism and volunteer supporters to create news articles Wikitribune - which will be free to access and carry no advertising - will bring together professional journalists and a community of volunteers to produce news articles.
"25.04.2017 18:52:22" theglobeandmail.com Four investing lessons millennials should master before they turn 40 No more throwing money into random savings and investment accounts and figuring out what to do with it later. Millennial investors need to be more strategic with their money No. 1: No more throwing money into random savings and investment accounts and figuring out what to do with it later
"25.04.2017 18:28:30" theglobeandmail.com Wife tells how crowded Halifax hospital failed her husband before his death Before he died on Feb. 1, Webb had languished for six hours in a chilly emergency-room hallway and was bumped from his room Jack Webb languished for six hours in a chilly emergency-room hallway, had a broken IV in his arm, and was bumped from his room by another dying patient during five days of struggles in Halifax's largest hospital
"25.04.2017 18:07:02" theglobeandmail.com As U.S. gears up for Internet fight, Canada sees an opportunity Ottawa's support for net neutrality will be an advantage as it tries to get major U.S. media firms to distribute Canada-made content, Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly says Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly's visit to Silicon Valley comes as the U.S. and Canada appear headed in different directions when it comes to policing how Internet service providers control access to online content
"25.04.2017 17:41:09" theglobeandmail.com Thai man broadcasts baby daughter's murder live on Facebook The man later committed suicide After ending the live video, the man killed himself. People could access the video for about 24 hours before it was taken down.
"25.04.2017 17:32:17" theglobeandmail.com Drake to host first-ever NBA Awards on June 26 Drake serves as global ambassador for the Raptors Drake, who is global ambassador for the Toronto Raptors and is frequently seen in courtside, will preside over the live televised ceremony
"25.04.2017 17:03:23" theglobeandmail.com Can a streetcar save Detroit? The moribund city that cars built thinks public transit can get its motor running again. Can it work? The moribund city that cars built thinks public transit can get its motor running again. But critics argue the project will do nothing for average residents – most of them poor and black.
"25.04.2017 16:31:34" theglobeandmail.com Despite struggles, many Syrian refugees' businesses are gaining traction Starting a new business in a new country poses particular challenges, as Rita Khanchat discovered. “Canadian people, they came and came and came ... They encouraged me and supported me. For that reason, I did well.”
"25.04.2017 15:47:02" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 25, 1940 - Quebec women win the right to vote:
Thérèse Casgrain (pictured above) and other suffragettes faced a wall of opposition to their campaign for voting rights in Quebec. Church officials, politicians and opinion makers all
"25.04.2017 15:32:36" Gen Y Money: What to do with your money if you'll never buy a home
"25.04.2017 15:22:45" theglobeandmail.com Video: Ivanka Trump booed for praising her father at women's summit U.S. first daughter and adviser to the president Ivanka Trump is booed when she says her father is 'a tremendous champion of supporting families', at a G20 women's summit in Berlin. Ivanka Trump said she was very proud of her father's advocacy for families. The crowd didn't hold back
"25.04.2017 14:58:32" theglobeandmail.com Google opts for human touch in fight against fake news Search giant is turning to users as it looks to battle offensive content in search results Google says around 0.25 per cent of trillions of search requests a year return offensive or clearly misleading content. Now Google is turning to 10,000 hand-picked human 'raters'
"25.04.2017 14:26:41" theglobeandmail.com The milk war: How a letter in Wisconsin set off a trade dispute between the U.S. and Canada The dairy sector has become central to a new dispute between Canada and the United States, but the contention began with the plight of a few American families The dairy sector has become central to a new dispute between Canada and the United States, but the contention began with the plight of a few American families. (For subscribers)
"25.04.2017 14:03:18" theglobeandmail.com Too many grieving families left in the dark: military ombudsman A report from the Canadian Forces ombudsman includes several recommendations for improving how information is shared with families after a death and for enhancing the military's board of inquiry system “Families should not have to chase after information they have a right to access – whether the death happened during operations or not – they should be assisted in their efforts to obtain it.”
"25.04.2017 13:36:05" theglobeandmail.com Great-West to cut 1,500 jobs, take a charge amid restructuring plan Winnipeg-based insurer plans to reduce it's Canadian headcount by as much as 13 per cent in the next two years The Winnipeg-based insurer plans to reduce it's Canadian headcount by as much as 13 per cent in the next two years. From Report on Business
"25.04.2017 13:17:23" Timeline Photos 'Le status quo' Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/gcINCqy
"25.04.2017 12:55:24" theglobeandmail.com How stadium workers transformed the Air Canada Centre in seven hours Following the Leafs' elimination from the NHL playoffs Sunday night, the ACC conversion crew had seven hours to turn a hockey rink into a basketball court for the Raptors' playoff game on Monday. The Toronto Maple Leafs played Sunday night. The Toronto Raptors played Monday night. Here's how the Air Canada Centre changed from a hockey rink to a basketball court:
"25.04.2017 12:08:45" theglobeandmail.com North Korea stages live-fire drill amid growing nuclear concern South Korea says it is monitoring the situation and 'firmly maintaining readiness' Instead of a nuclear test to mark the foundation of its military, North Korea deployed a large number of long-range artillery units for a live-fire drill.
"25.04.2017 11:45:19" theglobeandmail.com Report blames Ontario's 2006 growth plan for soaring house prices While units built in the Greater Toronto Area over the past decade have been in step with population growth, there has been a dearth of in-demand 'ground-level' houses, Ryerson review says The short answer: Too many condos and not enough low-rise houses, especially detached homes.
"25.04.2017 11:37:00" theglobeandmail.com Morning update newsletter Also: Softwood tariff; RCMP shipyard probe; why housing prices soared, how the dairy dispute started, and assessing the impact of B.C.'s foreign-buyers tax Become an informed reader with the top stories of the day, e-mailed to your inbox each morning.
"25.04.2017 11:23:04" Timeline Photos Ottawa will collaborate with seven provinces to fight U.S. lumber tariffs averaging 20 per cent against Canadian softwood exports.
The U.S. Department of Commerce is imposing punitive duties ranging from 3.02 per cent to 24.12 per cent on five Canadian
"25.04.2017 10:23:52" theglobeandmail.com Corruption alive and well on Montreal's streets: report The Hells Angels and other criminal groups control large parts of Montreal's towing industry and have spawned a reign of violence, vandalism and intimidation on the roads, according to a city report. The findings suggest that Montreal has yet to emerge from its struggles against the scourge of corruption that dogged it for years
"25.04.2017 03:57:44" theglobeandmail.com NHL playoff roundup: Leafs fall to Caps, Sens send Bruins into hibernation Here you'll find the latest news and results from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs And then there were two: The Ottawa Senators joined the Edmonton Oilers in the second round, but yet another OT loss ended the Toronto Maple Leafs' season.
"25.04.2017 02:54:34" theglobeandmail.com Victoria looks to follow Vancouver on foreign-buyers tax Mayor Lisa Helps said the city's goal is to deter real estate speculators who are not residents Victoria's city council has asked the B.C. government to expand a foreign-buyers tax introduced last year in Vancouver to include the Victoria region.
"25.04.2017 02:28:35" theglobeandmail.com Trudeau sought RCMP probe of cabinet leaks on navy supply ship Revelations of decisions on naval supply ship project led police to accuse Vice-Admiral Mark Norman of breach of trust, insider says Revelations of decisions on a naval supply ship project led the police to accuse Vice-Admiral Mark Norman of breach of trust, according to an insider.
"25.04.2017 01:50:04" theglobeandmail.com What a curiously unpredictable opening round of the 2017 NHL playoffs First round of NHL playoffs was a battle of the goaltenders Unpredictable battles saw four of the top seven teams of the regular season ousted and the most overtime games in league history.
"25.04.2017 01:33:05" theglobeandmail.com A guide to understanding the dairy dispute between the U.S. and Canada High tariffs, ultrafiltered milk and supply management play key roles in the dispute From high tariffs and ultrafiltered milk to supply management, a breakdown of the key issues in the long-running battle between the two countries.
"25.04.2017 01:27:44" theglobeandmail.com How Canada's frothy housing markets compare with Australia and New Zealand's Moody's rates Canada, New Zealand and Australia as three of the four advanced-economy nations most exposed to a housing correction Canada, New Zealand and Australia are rated as three of the four advanced-economy nations most exposed to a housing correction, putting their broader economies at risk. Here's how they compare:
"25.04.2017 01:03:13" theglobeandmail.com Doyle: Netflix's Dear White People isn't preachy – it's pretty sharp satire In any other context, Dear White People – derived from Justin Simien's 2014 cult-hit movie of the same title – might seem a bit outlandish. Even callous. It's a satire and it is a sometimes angry satire and sometimes, just angry. You watch and think, “Are Opinion: The new Netflix series takes jabs at everyone, regardless of their race. And the Internet vitriol against it before a single episode has streamed only makes the mockery stronger, John Doyle writes.
"25.04.2017 00:28:57" theglobeandmail.com The rescue dog that rescued my family Bentley arrived in our home somewhat unexpectedly last fall. When he arrived, he was seriously damaged goods. But then so are we, and he fit right in. The neighbours don't care for our crazy mutt, but Bentley helped mend my family, Heather Johnston writes.
"25.04.2017 00:04:46" theglobeandmail.com Review: Shattered by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes is an unforgiving look at Hillary Clinton's campaign Readers of insider-campaign books like these live for the little tidbits – “nuts on the fruitcake,” editors of Time and Newsweek used to call them when they urged their weary correspondents to collect such details. So here are some of them: Clinton opened Shattered provides a sharp behind-the-news and behind-the-scenes palette of details of a campaign that, in retrospect, seems preordained to fail, and fail miserably. .
"24.04.2017 23:30:10" theglobeandmail.com Editorial: Donald Trump's first 100 days, summed up in one interview Trump is no idiot, but he is not very good at being president Opinion: Trump is no idiot, but he is not very good at being president, the Editorial Board writes.
"24.04.2017 23:11:42" theglobeandmail.com What is a basic income and who qualifies for Ontario's pilot project? Recipients from the three regions will be randomly chosen and will start receiving the cash as soon as this summer Updated: Ontario's experiment will provide residents with free income, part of the government's plan to test whether the extra funds will help improve their job prospects and quality of life. Here's what it means:
"24.04.2017 22:46:57" theglobeandmail.com Canada committed to becoming world leader in counter-radicalization: Freeland Speaking to the World Jewish Congress in New York on Monday, Ms. Freeland said that while the most effective way to prevent radicalization starts at the community level with local leaders to develop early intervention, the overlying threat is global. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland said that while the most effective way to prevent radicalization starts at the community level, the overlying threat is global
"24.04.2017 22:21:13" theglobeandmail.com Montreal couple hid winning $55-million lottery ticket in daughter's toy box Loto-Quebec said the couple has been buying lottery tickets at the same convenience store for several years. “I saw $55 come up on the screen. I thought, well that's not too bad. Then I saw three zeros. $55,000. I thought, that's excellent, but then I realized $55,000 doesn't exist in the Lotto Max. Then I saw three more zeros.”
"24.04.2017 21:16:34" theglobeandmail.com Obama dishes on leadership at first public appearance since leaving office Obama talked about his formative experiences as a community organizer and as a young politician running for office in Illinois Barack Obama used his first public appearance since leaving office to dole out advice to young people on leadership, managing social media and even marriage.
"24.04.2017 20:54:12" theglobeandmail.com Wente: Don't exhale just yet. France is still deeply divided No one should feel relieved after Emmanuel Macron's first-round electoral victory – the country remains deeply polarized and ripe for a populist surge No one should feel relieved after Emmanuel Macron's first-round electoral victory – the country remains deeply polarized and ripe for a populist surge, Margaret Wente writes.
"24.04.2017 20:33:44" theglobeandmail.com Researchers tout more accurate way to measure oil sands air pollutants Scientists suggest industry estimates for certain harmful emissions have been much too low Scientists say they have devised an accurate way to directly measure air pollutants from oil sands mines and suggest industry estimates for certain harmful emissions have been much too low.
"24.04.2017 19:55:00" Up all night: How stadium workers transformed the Air Canada C... Here's how stadium workers transformed the Air Canada Centre from a hockey rink to a basketball court in one night. For the full story: tgam.ca/ACC
"24.04.2017 19:39:16" theglobeandmail.com Waterloo, Ont., to turn dog poop into energy, fertilizer in pilot program The program will use a process called anaerobic digestion to break down the organic waste The process for harvesting dog waste and turning it into power is fairly simple – and it's not entirely new
"24.04.2017 19:15:44" theglobeandmail.com Is Justin Trudeau a hypocrite on climate change? If Canada's policies, implemented globally, would get us closer to meeting global goals, then we're on the right track, and that's certainty the case with what Mr. Trudeau is proposing to date Opinion: Is our Prime Minister a hypocrite and a disaster for the planet? Andrew Leach writes that most other countries Justin Trudeau's actions would be applauded.
"24.04.2017 19:07:23" We're speaking with B.C. Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver on his party's platform for the May 9 election. The third-place party hopes to build on its lone seat in the legislature.
"24.04.2017 18:53:13" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: Leafs' playoff loss is a blessing in disguise If the Leafs weren't eliminated, all the work that's gone into convincing fans to embrace patience would be thrown out the window Opinion: It's not just that the youngest Leafs are learning to play hockey in Toronto. It's the city of Toronto figuring out how to root for hockey again.
"24.04.2017 18:13:48" theglobeandmail.com Has home affordability actually improved in Vancouver? Significant improvements on affordability have yet to occur, two measures suggest Prices took a step back for several consecutive months. But while sales and new listings are still sharply lower from a year ago, prices have recently gone back on the upswing and now sit close to record levels
"24.04.2017 17:44:51" theglobeandmail.com France election results deliver another blow to anti-EU populists The victory of Emmanuel Macron in the first round of the French election is another confirmation that Europe is not turning toward anti-EU populists Some say the tide began to turn after the election of Mr. Trump, when voters got to see what voting in a populist leader can mean
"24.04.2017 17:06:46" theglobeandmail.com How much cash should I keep in my bank account for daily expenses? Think about it because holding onto any cash above what you would need is probably an inefficient use of your dollars There is an opportunity cost to keeping cash ... You should keep a float in your chequing account of one month of living expenses, says investment adviser Benjamin Felix
"24.04.2017 16:41:01" theglobeandmail.com Mintz: Admit it: If price is an issue, you'll choose cheap meat over vegetables Generally, humans will accept something of lower quality before we learn to abstain – and our eating habits are no exception Opinion: When the meat industry attempts to feed our desire for foods that are fast and cheap, we will get what we ask for
"24.04.2017 16:10:32" theglobeandmail.com Home buyers look to suburbs for an affordable home As prices skyrocket in cities such as Vancouver and Toronto, many home buyers see the value of lower suburban prices ... despite a potentially longer commute As prices skyrocket in cities such as Vancouver and Toronto, many home buyers see the value of lower suburban prices, despite a potentially longer commute. From Report on Business
"24.04.2017 15:46:54" theglobeandmail.com Shoalts: Despite playoff loss, Leafs' future looks bright With a team of a young players, the Leafs put up a fight against the Caps, earning respect from their rivals Their season may have ended in defeat, but considering where the Toronto Maple Leafs were just one year ago, their hopes for the future are legitimate, writes David Shoalts.
"24.04.2017 15:36:30" We're live with Janet McFarland, real estate reporter with Report on Business, to discuss Toronto's housing market and recent measures from the Ontario government to cool it.
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"24.04.2017 15:25:33" theglobeandmail.com The three Ds of disciplining your e-mail inbox E-mail has taken on a life of its own, the volume ever-increasing and each missive seeming to demand an urgent response The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly can also describe the daily battle with e-mail. You need to be a warrior to emerge victorious from the three faces
"24.04.2017 15:01:31" theglobeandmail.com My daughter's dismissal bars some future work. Is this legal? Legally, the employer has the right to include terms that will benefit it The separation package, which offered three-months pay and benefits, contains a clause barring her from applying to any of the chain's other locations. Can she have it removed
"24.04.2017 14:39:25" theglobeandmail.com Study finds gender imbalance in children born to Indo-Canadian women Analysis finds preference for boys among Indo-Canadian women does not diminish, regardless of how long they've lived in Canada Women born in India who already have two daughters gave birth to 192 baby boys in Ontario for every 100 girls. The sex ratios are so distorted, they cannot be explained by natural causes
"24.04.2017 14:16:18" theglobeandmail.com Nearing 100-day mark, Trump says milestone not 'meaningful' Trump wavered on whether he should be held accountable for the 100-day plan he outlined in his campaign Trump indirectly acknowledged that change doesn't come quickly to Washington, but waffled on whether he should be held accountable for the 100-day plan he outlined in his campaign's closing days.
"24.04.2017 13:47:49" theglobeandmail.com Lost in housing hysteria, middle-class neighbourhoods have gone extinct Lost in the hysteria over prices is urban inequality, and the loss of middle-class neighbourhoods that powered the Canadian Dream Opinion: The key feature of the new crisis is the decline of the middle class and of the once sturdy middle-class neighbourhoods that were the platforms of the Canadian Dream.
"24.04.2017 13:25:51" theglobeandmail.com Ontario to roll out basic income in three cities Recipients from Hamilton, Thunder Bay and Lindsay, Ontario will be randomly chosen and will start receiving the cash as soon as this summer Residents of Hamilton, Lindsay and Thunder Bay will be the first Ontarians to receive a guaranteed minimum income, Premier Kathleen Wynne announced.
"24.04.2017 13:04:13" theglobeandmail.com Canadian task force rejects calls for widespread hepatitis C-testing Liver doctors, including the Canadian who discovered hepatitis C, are in favour of screening for all baby boomers The quarrel over screening is about more than the ordering of a simple blood test. The fight is really about how best to use the limited money available in the public health-care system.
"24.04.2017 12:34:52" Timeline Photos 'America first' Today's editorial cartoon by David Parkins. More cartoons: http://trib.al/pSQTkjX
"24.04.2017 12:10:15" theglobeandmail.com Three African countries chosen to test first malaria vaccine: World Health Organization Ghana, Kenya and Malawi will start testing the vaccine next year Malaria remains one of the world's most stubborn health challenges, infecting more than 200 million people every year and killing about half a million, most of them children in Africa.
"24.04.2017 11:45:49" theglobeandmail.com Caitlyn Jenner's new memoir sheds light on past struggles and future optimism Jenner opens up about her life as a transgender woman in the spotlight The athlete and reality TV star's new memoir sheds light on past struggles, present challenges and future optimism as a transgender woman in the spotlight.
"24.04.2017 11:36:00" theglobeandmail.com Morning update: Today's top stories Also: RCMP protesting wages, safety concerns; U.S. targets Canada's forestry industry; families of military suicides hope for answers Stay informed with our morning newsletter, e-mailed to your inbox each day.
"24.04.2017 11:23:25" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 24, 1867 - Toronto addresses underweight bread scandal:
In a consumer-friendly crackdown, Toronto's inspector of weights and measures raided shops, bakeries and delivery trucks and confiscated 564 loaves of bread that were below the
"24.04.2017 11:03:09" theglobeandmail.com RCMP labour code trial to highlight concerns over wages, safety The stoicism, discipline and deference that have long characterized the RCMP are beginning to fade as officers force continue to feel underpaid and unprotected Canada's biggest police force is wrestling with stalled salaries, the looming prospect of a police labour union and ongoing officer-safety issues starkly highlighted by a Labour Code prosecution.
"24.04.2017 10:01:16" theglobeandmail.com Supreme Court drug case prompts appeal for tolerance of judicial delays Supreme Court hearing for accused trafficker James Cody plays stage to appeal for consideration of slow-moving process The Supreme Court is being asked by federal prosecutors and several provinces to soften a ruling that has resulted in four charges of murder being thrown out for unreasonable delays.
"24.04.2017 02:35:52" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Leafs eliminated from playoffs after 2-1 overtime loss to Capitals in Game 6. tgam.ca/2prsW9f
"24.04.2017 02:03:10" theglobeandmail.com Lowering B.C. bridge tolls is popular politics, but misses the big picture You can tell an election is looming when political parties announce lowering fees. The two main contenders for the May 9 election in British Columbia – the BC Liberals and the NDP – have been trying to outdo each other in the transportation department. Opinion: Reducing or eliminating tolls are popular campaign promises for the BC Liberals and NDP, but without mobility pricing, traffic will only continue to get worse
"24.04.2017 01:02:29" theglobeandmail.com Infantry soldier's story reveals gaps in Canadian Forces' inquiry system Grant Palmer had a special Mother's Day planned for his wife, Anita Cenerini. He organized a weekend in Thunder Bay with all her children: three-year-old Jacob, the youngest, who lived with the couple in Winnipeg; Michelle, who was finishing her last year Private Thomas Welch died by suicide at 22, just months after returning from the Afghanistan war. More than a decade later, his family is still tormented by unanswered questions.
"24.04.2017 00:18:33" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: Dear Donald Trump, please milk Canada's sacred dairy cow American President Donald Trump's repeated outbursts last week about Canada's “very unfair” treatment of Wisconsin dairy farmers is simple to explain: Someone waved a press release from the U.S. dairy lobby under his nose and gave him a whiff of ... Opinion: While Mr. Trump probably has little idea of the details of supply management, the issue he raised is legitimate. And on this issue, Mr. Trump is more right than wrong, the Editorial Board writes.
"23.04.2017 23:26:09" theglobeandmail.com MacArthur scores OT winner, Senators edge Bruins in Game 6 to advance Clarke MacArthur scored the winner 6:30 into overtime as the Ottawa Senators beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 on Sunday afternoon to win their Eastern Conference quarter-final series in six games. With the win, the Ottawa Senators head to the Eastern Conference semi-finals where they will face the New York Rangers.
"23.04.2017 23:23:11" theglobeandmail.com Populism is bad for business The challenge we face is tackling the myths and fears that drive intolerance. One of the best ways to do that is to show that diversity actually contributes to economic prosperity. Opinion: "Canada has arrived at one of the most opportune moments to make the economic case for how diversity pays dividends, and simply put, it can and should do so. "
"23.04.2017 22:22:25" theglobeandmail.com Home inspectors feeling the burn of Ontario's hot housing market Business reported down 30 to 50 per cent as buyers forgo inspections to avoid losing out on bidding wars To come up on top in bidding wars, many home buyers are forgoing conditions that may make their offer less appealing to a seller. One of the first conditions to go is need for a home inspection.
"23.04.2017 22:01:30" theglobeandmail.com The many failings of Canada's supply-management system are government's fault, not farmers' Canadian dairy farmers are about to find out that decades of defending the status quo was the wrong strategy Opinion: "Several federal governments have consistently shown weak leadership on this file. Little strategic attention was given to our supply management regime. Shame on them."
"23.04.2017 21:40:09" theglobeandmail.com Samin Nosrat's first cookbook – Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat – offers ideas along with recipes The latest Chez Panisse personality to break out, Samin Nosrat prefers ideas to recipes. Her first cookbook – Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat – offers both Nosrat's cookbook is part memoir, part passionate food geek's articulation of a unified theory of cooking.
"23.04.2017 21:10:33" theglobeandmail.com I've hiked many trails in my life, but none quite like Helvellyn To Helvellyn and back Though I've experienced more dangerous trails since, this one has always stayed with me, Harry Gillett writes.
"23.04.2017 20:49:38" theglobeandmail.com The Globe's guide to Hot Docs 2017 movies Look out for more reviews to be added throughout the festival We watched them and rated them, now you can read all about them – which films to catch later, which ones to avoid and which ones are worth standing in line for five hours.
"23.04.2017 20:28:30" theglobeandmail.com Why we need agenda-free science more than ever Whether it's climate change, GMO safety or the efficacy of vaccines, most people will say they trust science – but use it to fit their pre-existing beliefs. Opnion: "We need more science. We need better science. We need trustworthy science. We need agenda-free science."
"23.04.2017 20:03:26" theglobeandmail.com Yakabuski: The jig is up for Canada's school boards In today's education system, local trustees are an anachronism and have few substantive responsibilities Opinion: "Most school boards offer a sorry spectacle of Canadian democracy in action," Konrad Yakabuski writes.
"23.04.2017 19:39:50" theglobeandmail.com French election: Macron, Le Pen to face off in second round of voting Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen are set to face each other in a May 7 runoff for the French presidency after coming first and second in Sunday's first round of voting, early projections indicated Centrist Emmanuel Macron and far-right leader Marine Le Pen are set to face each other in a May 7 runoff for the French presidency, according to multiple projections.
"23.04.2017 19:19:37" theglobeandmail.com The unsustainable global success of the Canadian music world Mark V. Campbell is a senior research associate for the Faculty of Communications and Design's Forum for Cultural Strategies at Ryerson University. Opinion: The paradox in Canadian music is that we have so many superstars and very few developmental channels to build future superstars, Mark Campbell writes.
"23.04.2017 18:52:50" theglobeandmail.com Bringing back Bata shoes (with a little help from the Drake General Store) An iconic footwear brand is coming home, reports Caitlin Agnew, thanks to a Canada 150 collaboration Bata shoes, an iconic footwear brand is coming home, thanks to a Canada 150 collaboration.
"23.04.2017 18:30:04" theglobeandmail.com Beauty products aim to block aging effects of pollution So much for slathering on the SPF and taking cover in the shade. In the battle against signs of aging, it seems sun protection isn't the only weapon required. After decades of studying the effects of UV-induced aging, scientists have only recently begun As proof mounts that pollution is linked to premature aging, new crop of beauty products has emerged that promise to safeguard your skin.
"23.04.2017 18:07:36" theglobeandmail.com Ron Sexsmith: Never in fashion, and never out of style Sitting on the deck upstairs at Toronto's Drake Hotel, Ron Sexsmith talks about the Sadies, those rugged alt-country psychedelians. “I always felt I wasn't cool enough to hang out with them,” says Sexsmith, a classic singer-songwriter who doesn't seem to The classic singer-songwriter chats about his new wistful, melodic album The Last Rider
"23.04.2017 17:40:59" theglobeandmail.com Mason: No polling lead can ever be quite enough for B.C.'s NDP As the electoral history of this province has demonstrated, a lot has to go right for the NDP to win a general vote. More often than not, triumph is the result of some breakdown in the centre-left coalition that has ruled British Columbia, under a couple Elections in British Columbia are always an uphill battle for the New Democratic Party and, despite polls putting it ahead, this one is no different, Gary Mason writes.
"23.04.2017 17:20:14" theglobeandmail.com Edmonton police arrest man and woman in dead toddler case A police statement said the two were arrested without incident in northwest Edmonton and that charges were pending A police statement issued Saturday night said investigators were working to determine the exact relationship between the suspects and the little boy, who was estimated to be about 20 months old.
"23.04.2017 17:19:55" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post French voters cast ballots for their next President amidst heightened security.
"23.04.2017 16:57:23" theglobeandmail.com 'Party girl' stereotype played role in acquittal of Halifax taxi driver, review suggests Dalhousie law professor Elaine Craig says Judge Gregory Lenehan deserved much of the widespread backlash he received following the acquittal of taxi driver Bassam Al-Rawi in March A review of the case by a Dalhousie law professor suggests the stereotype of the “promiscuous party girl” may have factored into the acquittal of a Halifax cab driver accused of sexually assaulting a woman in his car.
"23.04.2017 16:37:14" theglobeandmail.com Syrian refugees still struggling to settle in Toronto after year of government support Canada's unique private sponsorship system, in which a group of private citizens financially support a refugee family for a year and help them integrate, is regarded globally as a model worth imitating, but the truth is that the largest portion of The start of the second year in Canada – when the proverbial cord is cut – is seen as the crucial launch point for refugees.
"23.04.2017 16:14:37" theglobeandmail.com WestJet – 'LessJet' – crams more people on flights: It's what Canadians want Airplanes – like the ones flown by WestJet – run upwards of $100-million each. Add to that figure things like fuel, labour, maintenance, and flying becomes exceedingly costly. Keeping costs down by jamming more people on the flight makes the operation Opinion: "Canadians are clearly willing to put up without some creature comforts in exchange for a cheaper fare. That's exactly what WestJet promises to deliver," Ashley Nunes writes.
"23.04.2017 15:52:26" theglobeandmail.com Erin Moran, star of Happy Days and Joanie Loves Chachi, dies at 56 The former child star was best known for playing Joanie Cunningham in the popular sitcoms The former child star was best known for playing Joanie Cunningham in the popular sitcoms.
"23.04.2017 15:30:59" theglobeandmail.com Taylor: In these disheartening times, I have turned to Designated Survivor For all the apocalyptic terrorist plots animating Designated Survivor, the bland Tom Kirkman might just prove the antidote to a bad case of Donald Trump Opinion: For all the apocalyptic terrorist plots animating Designated Survivor, the bland Tom Kirkman might just prove the antidote to a bad case of Donald Trump, Kate Taylor writes.
"23.04.2017 15:09:47" theglobeandmail.com What it's like ... to help patients during an Ebola outbreak Every couple of years there's an outbreak of Ebola, but West Africa hadn't seen the virus before, so it was a big deal Rob Fowler is a Canadian intensive-care doctor who went to West Africa during the 2014 Ebola outbreak. Here's what he saw on the ground, and how it changed him:
"23.04.2017 14:12:33" theglobeandmail.com Read and destroy: One woman's letters with the man who abused her When she was 10, he began to molest her. When she was 13, he stopped. And then, on and off for a decade, they exchanged letters through the mail. Karen Durrie looks back on the toxic relationship that changed her life, and the disturbing correspondence When she was 10, he began to molest her. When she was 13, he stopped. And then, on and off for a decade, they exchanged letters through the mail. Karen Durrie looks back on the abusive relationship that changed her life, and the disturbing correspondence
"23.04.2017 13:37:00" theglobeandmail.com Opinion: How to stand up to online trolls – and profit – with humour Those who study online hate in particular have come to the realization that there are only a few key strategies available when it comes to defeating online vitrol – including the use of comedy "Those who are victimized may not always have a joke at the ready, but they needn't feel alone."
"23.04.2017 12:25:55" theglobeandmail.com What it's like to answer a crisis line in the North Volunteers manning a crisis line in Nunavut could pick up the phone to find somebody in a very fragile state and contemplating suicide "You have to remember in Nunavut, there are very few people who haven't been impacted by suicide." Sheila Levy is a co-founder and executive director of a 24-hour help line. This is what her job is like:
"23.04.2017 11:25:45" theglobeandmail.com Canada's craftiest robber is back in the spotlight and facing new charges He once made the news for high-tech bank heists and the theft of an imperial jewel from an Austrian palace. Now Gerald Blanchard faces charges for stealing gaming consoles from a Best Buy outside Toronto He once made the news for high-tech bank heists and the theft of an imperial jewel from an Austrian palace. Now Gerald Blanchard faces charges for stealing gaming consoles from a Best Buy outside Toronto.
"23.04.2017 01:53:01" theglobeandmail.com Clark highlights LNG hopes in NDP strongholds in northwest B.C. BC Liberal Leader blasts rival NDP for platform that she says will kill fledgling industry in resource-dependent areas Although resource issues can influence voters across the province, natural resource industries dominate the economy in the north, the interior and much of Vancouver Island.
"23.04.2017 01:28:22" theglobeandmail.com Not all probiotic yogurts are created equal. Does yours measure up? Many probiotic yogurts sold in grocery stores contain too few good bacteria to offer the health benefits determined in clinical trials If you eat probiotic yogurt to ease irritable bowel symptoms – or to ward off colds and flu – you might want to rethink your reason for doing so.
"23.04.2017 01:01:23" theglobeandmail.com How promoting women can boost other disadvantaged groups, too Dr. Konrad's research paper on the topic, Outcomes of Diversity and Equality Management Systems, is published in Human Resources Management and was co-authored by Ivey assistant professor Cara Maurer and Yang Yang, an assistant professor of management at Research from Ivey Business School indicates that female leaders bring in policies and practices that create a more equitable workplace.
"23.04.2017 00:36:56" theglobeandmail.com How to prepare for retirement during every decade of your life Your mission should be to accomplish at least three important goals each decade Managing wealth to achieve and maintain your retirement aspirations is a long-term project. Ideally, it's a journey that can begin growing roots in your 20s.
"23.04.2017 00:30:00" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post From the Washington Monument to Big Ben and all across the world, scientists, students and activists marched for science on Earth Day. For more: tgam.ca/sciencemarch
"23.04.2017 00:14:43" theglobeandmail.com Got a Parks Canada pass? Here's where you should go More than six million online orders have already been placed for the 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass, which costs nothing (as opposed to the usual $136.40), thanks to Canada 150 celebrations. (If you don't have yours, you can also pick one up at CIBC Getting your hands on a 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass is free and easy. Now, what to do with it?
"22.04.2017 23:50:13" theglobeandmail.com What skills will you need when your product becomes a service? The transition means workers will need to hone the soft skills that complement AI, such as critical thinking, creativity and empathy Workers will need to hone the soft skills that complement artificial intelligence, such as critical thinking, creativity and empathy.
"22.04.2017 23:28:04" theglobeandmail.com Are you calling in sick because of your mental health? If work is too much for you to handle that may be a clue you need some professional help to get better and back to work "If you're struggling to be at work, this may be an important sign that something is not going right, and you could benefit from support."
"22.04.2017 23:06:34" theglobeandmail.com Digital assets often overlooked in estate planning From cryptocurrencies to domain names to intellectual property, a digital footprint needs to be accounted for now “I'm dealing with a client now in their 70s, and the number of Air Miles they have in their account is staggering. It doesn't matter the age, occupation or social status of the individual.”
"22.04.2017 22:35:12" theglobeandmail.com Contemporary Canadian cuisine can trace its roots back to Expo 67 in Montreal Fifty years ago, Canadians threw a record-setting 100th birthday party in Montreal. Over a million people flocked to Expo 67's opening weekend, smashing previous attendance records for North American World Fairs. Lineups outside the gates were so long, Fifty years on our taste buds are still benefiting from the cultural exchange.
"22.04.2017 22:23:02" theglobeandmail.com The all-star: With Roughneck, Jeff Lemire shows why he's one of Canada's best storytellers Mark Medley faces off with one of Canada's best storytellers – in any medium Jeff Lemire's comic books are beloved by fans and critics alike. This week he published his first graphic novel in five years, Roughneck, the harrowing tale of a former NHL enforcer.
"22.04.2017 22:05:05" theglobeandmail.com Creative control: Clothing in The Handmaid's Tale draws on the past If you're going to create effective uniforms of oppression, it helps to think like a dictator. Take The Handmaid's Tale and its Republic of Gilead. The novel, now adapted into a television series, takes place in the all-too-near future when a patriarchal For the costumes in the TV adaptation of Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale, history provided more than enough inspiration.
"22.04.2017 22:01:19" theglobeandmail.com In search of true Thai food, I headed to Chiang Mai he first job I ever had as a cook was at a Thai restaurant in Vancouver. The aromas, tastes and flavours I experienced in that kitchen instilled in me a passion and curiosity for Thai food that has led me all over the world. I've worked in a Curious to learn about Thai cuisine beyond what's offered in Western restaurants, Haan Palcu-Chang visits Chiang Mai to immerse himself in its diverse culinary culture.
"22.04.2017 21:35:14" theglobeandmail.com Doyle: Veep is still good, but now it's less outlandish than real life There are still nuggets of excellence in HBO's satire of ego and incompetence, but in the time since we last saw Selina Meyer, truth has trumped fiction Opinion: There are still nuggets of excellence in HBO's satire of ego and incompetence, but in the time since we last saw Selina Meyer, truth has trumped fiction, John Doyle writes.
"22.04.2017 21:05:49" theglobeandmail.com The bold future of Indigenous documentary cinema Varied themes emerge from documentaries: reconciliation will come from the arts; family reunions after the Sixties Scoop; and a sense that, in spite of it all, the kids are alright In the aftermath of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, in an era where much has been said about the impact of the residential schools, there are two films at Hot Docs that offer other reflections on that period and its legacy.
"22.04.2017 20:33:06" theglobeandmail.com AGO exhibit reframes Georgia O'Keeffe as a pioneering abstractionist New exhibition shifts attention away from her overexposed flower studies and attempts to position her as the Great American Woman Artist She is one of the most acclaimed and controversial artists of the 20th century. And yet, readings of the New Mexico painter's work have been surprisingly one-dimensional. A new exhibition at the AGO - Art Gallery of Ontario shifts attention away from
"22.04.2017 20:03:51" theglobeandmail.com 50,000 police, 7,000 soldiers set to patrol ahead of French presidential election Security was already heightened in Paris on Saturday. Several metro stations around the Place de la République were closed as police tried to limit the number of people entering the plaza. Polls show the presidential race remains a four-way battle. If no candidate gets more than 50 per cent of the vote, the top two finishers will advance to a runoff on May 7.
"22.04.2017 19:40:45" theglobeandmail.com Thousands turn out for March for Science in U.S. cities Marches were protests against steep cuts that President Donald Trump has proposed for federal science and research budgets and his administration's skepticism about climate change and the need to slow global warming Thousands of scientists and their supporters, feeling increasingly threatened by the policies of President Donald Trump, gathered in Washington on Saturday for what they called the March for Science, abandoning a tradition of keeping the sciences out of
"22.04.2017 19:20:12" theglobeandmail.com Missing from Wynne's remedies: housing supply Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne's 16-point plan to address the growing housing affordability challenges in the province is the policy equivalent of searching for one's keys under a street lamp. Opinion: "The so-called 'Fair Housing Plan' will at best do nothing to address the underlying supply issues affecting affordability and at worst further distort the housing market."
"22.04.2017 18:58:53" theglobeandmail.com Stupid homes: Experts suggest people create space without technology I love technology, but I don't want it to overrun my home. I'm three-quarters of my way through a master's degree specifically focused on the management of technology and innovation. I marvel at a future of self-driving cars, computers that diagnose and Carving out space at home where technology doesn't infiltrate can be healthy: reducing stress, improving sleep and having a positive impact on interpersonal relationships.
"22.04.2017 18:31:09" theglobeandmail.com Judge lifts publication ban on RCMP case against Vice-Admiral Norman In a ruling released late on Friday, Justice Kevin Phillips said the RCMP affidavit can be released, although details involving cabinet secrets will remain redacted An Ontario Superior Court justice has issued a ruling to lift a publication ban and unseal large sections of a redacted RCMP affidavit concerning the criminal investigation of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman for alleged breach of trust in leaking government
"22.04.2017 18:20:17" theglobeandmail.com World leaders must craft a practical agenda for populist times Ngaire Woods is Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government and Director of the Global Economic Governance Program at the University of Oxford. Opinion: As financial leaders gather, it's important to recognize that today's populist revolts are being fuelled by a sense of lost dignity, Ngaire Woods writes.
"22.04.2017 18:13:09" theglobeandmail.com Saunders: Marine Le Pen's National Front: Old brand, new spin It is a rarely mentioned but centrally important fact that the French Republic is, and has always been, one of Western Europe's most multi-religious and multicultural countries. France's citizens include half of Western Europe's Jews and the continent's Ms. Le Pen's continuing links to her party's fascist origins have become all too visible, but there is a good chance she has fooled enough French voters to win, Doug Saunders writes.
"22.04.2017 17:47:15" theglobeandmail.com Gee: Toronto's young people are starting to interrupt the not-in-my-backyard chorus Smart, young city-loving people are speaking out for a denser and ultimately more affordable city Opinion: "Unless we want the city to sprawl to the horizons, as with Houston or Calgary, we need to build more housing within the city's existing footprint."
"22.04.2017 17:20:05" theglobeandmail.com At least 100 soldiers killed in Taliban attack on Afghan military base The attack starkly highlighted the difficulty of the long struggle by the Afghan government and its international backers to defeat the Taliban insurgency President Ashraf Ghani declared a national day of mourning after scores of soldiers were killed by Taliban fighters disguised as fellow soldiers, in the deadliest attack of its kind on an Afghan military base.
"22.04.2017 16:52:43" theglobeandmail.com Saskatchewan ruling on Catholic schools could have far-reaching consequences A judge has ruled that non-Catholic students should not receive public funding to attend separate schools, which ould have implications for other provinces A Saskatchewan judge's ruling that non-Catholic students should not receive public funding to attend separate schools could have implications in other parts of the country.
"22.04.2017 16:30:56" theglobeandmail.com Inside Calgary's marijuana debate athan Adams stands behind a bar, looking like a mixologist tending to fussy cocktail enthusiasts who order French 75s and charred pineapple mojitos. The bar is stocked with the necessary tools to please these particular patrons: a press to squeeze plants, As the province gears up to consult residents on its recreational pot regulations, advocates from all sides of the debate are keen to have their voices heard.
"22.04.2017 16:07:55" theglobeandmail.com What I learned when I began to lose my hearing After decades of listening to concerts at ungodly decibels, I can't hear much without my hearing aids. But now I know: An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure Opinion: "I have struggled to overcome my own tendency toward denial, and even now I write this with some trepidation."
"22.04.2017 15:46:59" theglobeandmail.com How postmodernism is infiltrating public life and policy French philosophers are having a very unpopular moment. They are being blamed for all sorts of social ills – campus intolerance and Trumpist falsehoods alike. This is odd not just because of the ideological opposites involved, but because the works of Opinion: A philosophy traditionally of the left – that the truth is what you make of it – has now been harnessed by the right, Russell Smith writes.
"22.04.2017 15:19:02" theglobeandmail.com Three years later, is Canada keeping its Truth and Reconciliation Commission promises? Vows to redress residential school legacies have fallen short as remarks on Indigenous issues reveals country's lack of knowledge Opinion: "Amid celebrations, a vigorous debate has erupted over the gap between the Canadian federal government's promises to Indigenous peoples and what might charitably be termed the muted delivery on those promises."
"22.04.2017 14:55:39" theglobeandmail.com American Airlines employee suspended after video shows row with passengers An American Airlines employee violently took a stroller from the woman, hitting her with it and just missing her child, Facebook user said in a post accompanying the video he put on the site on Friday American Airlines has suspended an employee after a video showed an altercation on one of its planes involving crew, several passengers and a crying woman carrying a young child.
"22.04.2017 14:31:27" Timeline Photos ''On guard' Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/dgOoS6D
"22.04.2017 13:35:05" theglobeandmail.com The faceoff for Europe's future: France's election, Britain's exit and what happens next After Brexit and the rise of populism across Europe, the real test of the strength of the European Union comes on Sunday when voters in France begin choosing the country's next president. And just about everyone is on edge. Britain under Theresa May is heading out the door. Marine Le Pen wants France to follow suit. Once again, the European project is at a crossroads.
"22.04.2017 13:14:35" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: Love can be fickle in Toronto, the 'next great North American sports city' With resurgent Leafs sucking up all available oxygen, Raptors are suddenly wondering where their rapturous fans have gone "That rising tide has floated all boats, but like any tide, it shifts. The Raptors were at the high-water mark for a while. Then the Jays. Now the Leafs," Cathal Kelly writes.
"22.04.2017 12:51:25" Timeline Photos At least a dozen factors are driving Ontario's overheated housing market.
This week, the Ontario government unveiled 16 measures designed to cool Toronto's red-hot real estate market. The newly proposed foreign-buyers tax addresses one factor.
"22.04.2017 12:30:48" theglobeandmail.com When irksome in-laws live in the neighbourhood My husband has recently decided to go to battle against his parents regarding a whole slew of childhood issues. While I support him, I know very well his parents will never change. What's worse is I have now heard that they think that I am a bad influence Take the high road, because confronting them may only make things worse
"22.04.2017 12:06:28" theglobeandmail.com A writer's life is not for everyone, but it's the life for me Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. No money, no perks, no fancy vacations, but it's not all bad news, Lee Kvern writes, even if she can't take her kids to Disneyland.
"22.04.2017 11:42:47" theglobeandmail.com Ontario faces lawsuit over solitary-confinement practices Ontario is facing a $600-million lawsuit on behalf of thousands of mentally ill inmates who have served time in solitary confinement since 1985, yet another addition to a glut of litigation currently facing governments in the country over their handling The $600-million lawsuit alleges that placing mentally ill inmates in solitary confinement violates an array of human rights.
"22.04.2017 11:19:39" theglobeandmail.com Canadian drivers fail knowledge test on real costs of car ownership Ipsos survey for Canadian Black Book shows that only 2 per cent of drivers understood that depreciation was the single biggest cost of car ownership A new survey shows that Canadian drivers don't have a clue as to what owning a car entails and how it affects their bottom line. From Globe Drive
"22.04.2017 10:17:18" theglobeandmail.com How 'the Blais show' shook up Canadian telecom From his public clashes with top executives to key rulings on wireless, cable and the Internet, the 56-year-old civil servant has set out to smash the perceived coziness between the regulator and industry Congratulations to James Bradshaw and Christine Dobby for winning a SABEW Best in Business award. Read their absorbing work on CRTC's Jean-Pierre Blais (subscribers). From Report on Business
"22.04.2017 01:36:45" What was Starbucks thinking with their new Unicorn Frappuccino? The Unicorn Frappucino is in stores until Sunday, and it's been a hit on Instagram. But what was Starbucks thinking? For more: https://tgam.ca/2pOzBtY
"22.04.2017 01:30:35" theglobeandmail.com The B.C. election leaders' debate: Welcome to Cringe-Fest 2017 Stephen Quinn is the host of On the Coast on CBC Radio One, 88.1 FM and 690 AM in Vancouver. Opinion: Stephen Quinn offers his (humorous) recap of the first 'official' debate of the 2017 B.C. election.
"22.04.2017 00:24:56" theglobeandmail.com Starbucks' Unicorn Frappuccino not so magical for those making it, baristas say The sparkly color-changing frozen beverage has become one of the top posts on photo-sharing platforms such as Instagram since its release on Wednesday. Starbucks baristas have taken to social media to express their disapproval of the new drink, with one employee calling the beverage the 'Frap from hell.'
"21.04.2017 23:21:50" theglobeandmail.com Marc and Jodie Emery denounce crackdown on marijuana users The couple, which owns the Cannabis Culture brand, was arrested last month in Toronto after police raided seven Cannabis Culture locations along with two homes in Toronto, one in Stoney Creek, Ont., and one in Vancouver. The couple railed against what they described as an ongoing police crackdown on marijuana users after making a brief appearance in court on drug-related charges.
"21.04.2017 22:59:35" theglobeandmail.com Hipster hang-ups: These days eating all-natural foods is aspirational, not essential When all-natural was all there was Eating homemade, free-range and local was the diet of the thrifty when I was a kid, Mary Jane McPhee writes.
"21.04.2017 21:02:00" theglobeandmail.com Scientists divided over impact of Washington's March for Science By now, most scientists will have decided for themselves whether or not to participate in the March for Science taking place in Washington on Saturday as well as in hundreds of satellite locations across the United States and around the globe, including While some researchers say the event is crucial to defend the need for well-funded and publicly accessible science in the U.S., others believe it may have the opposite effect.
"21.04.2017 20:37:51" theglobeandmail.com Ennui in Amiens: Why voters in a French industrial town are lurching to the right The cri de coeur of economic nationalism – Ms. Le Pen has called for a 35-per-cent tariff on products made abroad by Whirlpool and shipped to France – is translating into an uptick in voter support for the FN as France heads into the tightest election in The ongoing decimation of industrial jobs is convincing many French workers and young people to overlook Marine Le Pen's xenophobia – and throw their support to the once-fringe National Front.
"21.04.2017 19:33:50" theglobeandmail.com Christian Bale, the grand inquisitor The star of the new film The Promise has a reputation for intensity, which can be code for a lot of things, not necessarily positive "You'd be crazy not to be intimidated by Bale."
"21.04.2017 19:03:58" theglobeandmail.com Ticketing company CEO calls legislative effort to crack down on scalper bots unrealistic Ontario is mulling legislation to give fans fairer access to tickets, but Michael Rapino says 'scalper bots' are virtually unstoppable Live Nation's CEO says it is unrealistic to think that legislation to fight digital scalpers and ticket price-jacking – which Ontario is currently mulling – will give fans fairer access.
"21.04.2017 18:41:32" theglobeandmail.com Southey: Stirring the pot legislation A few recommendations for Canada's incoming legal-marijuana regime Opinion: "Good to keep the police and the pontificating out of it."
"21.04.2017 18:38:18" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Montreal parties at the 24th annual Daffodil Ball. The Beatles tribute band, Replay, entertained guests at the event which raised $1,734,000 for the Canadian Cancer Society, Thursday evening. More photos here https://tgam.ca/2pNuBWG
"21.04.2017 18:16:42" theglobeandmail.com Mason: Rachel Notley is right to play the China card The protectionists noises emanating from south of the border have a lot of provinces nervous. Opinion: "With the United States looking to man the trade barricades, deals with the Chinese may provide an economic lifeline for this country."
"21.04.2017 17:51:15" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: Hands up if you believe rent control will pop Toronto's housing bubble Ontario's Liberal government is grappling with three challenges. Opinion: "It feels more than a little bit like the province's electricity fiasco: We broke it, but don't worry, we can use your money to sort of fix it."
"21.04.2017 17:22:31" theglobeandmail.com McGill's actions in Andrew Potter resignation threaten academic freedom: letter Dr. Potter resigned from his post after writing a controversial article about Quebec in Maclean's magazine Dr. Potter's sudden resignation sent fears of an academic chill among many in the university community.
"21.04.2017 16:55:34" theglobeandmail.com TTC security lack training, oversight: Ombudsman Report details 26 recommendations for improving public safety after 2015 video sparked outrage The TTC has agreed to rein in its enforcement unit after a violent takedown of two transit riders laid bare gaps in training and oversight.
"21.04.2017 16:35:14" theglobeandmail.com When abrasive in-laws live in the neighbourhood "What's worse is I have now heard that they think that I am a bad influence and that I must be 'mentally ill' " "My husband has recently decided to go to battle against his parents regarding a whole slew of childhood issues."
"21.04.2017 16:15:01" theglobeandmail.com Finalists announced for Arthur Ellis Awards Globe and Mail reporter Joe Friesen, author of The Ballad of Danny Wolfe: Life of a Modern Outlaw, is among the nominees Congratulations to the Globe's Joe Friesen on being a finalist for the Arthur Ellis Awards, which honour the best in Canadian crime writing:
"21.04.2017 15:42:47" theglobeandmail.com Here's why you may receive an 'education letter' from the tax man The notice is not a guarantee the CRA will audit or reassess your tax return "How should you respond? First, don't panic."
"21.04.2017 15:21:06" theglobeandmail.com Trump goes after Canada on energy, dairy, lumber 'We can't let Canada or anybody else take advantage and do what they did to our workers and to our farmers,' the U.S. President said “We can't let Canada or anybody else take advantage and do what they did to our workers and to our farmers,” says Donald J. Trump
"21.04.2017 14:57:52" theglobeandmail.com Vancouver's presale condo market reaches fever pitch Units bought in backroom deals can be flipped and re-flipped, and the transfer tax doesn't apply Vancouver's presale condo market is in need of regulation and transparency, say realtors whose clients are being routinely shut out of the frenzied market.
"21.04.2017 14:35:10" theglobeandmail.com How to make filing your taxes (slightly) less odious Plus a list of Canada's most affordable cities for housing The Canada Revenue Agency has introduced a new service and it can greatly expedite the process of completing a tax return. From Rob Carrick
"21.04.2017 14:03:28" theglobeandmail.com Five measures B.C. is watching in Ontario's real estate overhaul The central province has introduced new actions to cool its red-hot housing market. Some of these will be familiar to British Columbians, but there may also be lessons to learn Ontario has introduced new actions to cool its red-hot housing market. Some of these will be familiar to British Columbians, but there may also be lessons to learn. From Globe British Columbia
"21.04.2017 13:35:51" theglobeandmail.com Trump may change rules that allow terror victims to immigrate to U.S. Some immigration hardliners are concerned exemptions could allow terrorists to slip into the country Some immigration hardliners are concerned exemptions that allow waivers for people who provided aid to radical groups under duress could allow terrorists to slip into the country.
"21.04.2017 13:14:35" theglobeandmail.com California, Quebec and Ontario push forward with cap-and-trade program Political leaders vow to press ahead with joint cap-and-trade program despite what some fear are mounting legal and political hurdles to establishing North American carbon market Political leaders vow to press ahead with joint cap-and-trade program despite what some fear are mounting legal and political hurdles to establishing North American carbon market.
"21.04.2017 12:52:56" theglobeandmail.com Ibbitson: Gay men are being persecuted in Chechnya – but Canada says it's not our problem Despite calls from human-rights and LGBT-aid groups, the Liberal government is disinclined to allow victimized Chechen homosexuals to apply for refugee status Opinion: Gay men fleeing the pogrom of arrests and beatings in Chechnya that have cost at least three lives should not look to Canada for help.
"21.04.2017 12:32:41" theglobeandmail.com NHL Playoffs 2017: Oilers take the lead; Canadiens lose to Rangers; Penguins and Predators advance Here you'll find the latest news and results from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs It was good news, bad news for fans of Canadian-based NHL teams on Thursday night.
"21.04.2017 12:09:01" theglobeandmail.com Dog put on wrong flight by WestJet found in Hamilton The Labradoodle was supposed to be flown on a WestJet flight from Halifax to Deer Lake, N.L. #Update: Cooper, who went missing in Ontario for nearly two days after being placed on a wrong flight, has been found.
"21.04.2017 11:43:19" theglobeandmail.com Ontario police arrest more than 100 men in child prostitution case Arrests were made following a multiyear operation by the force's Human Trafficking Team The arrests were made following a multiyear operation by the force's Human Trafficking Team.
"21.04.2017 11:29:00" theglobeandmail.com Morning update newsletter Also: Ontario housing; Trump on trade; Paris attack, Alberta to pay for abortion pill, and WestJet to launch low-cost carrier It's hard to stay up to date on what's happening in the news. Become an informed reader with our morning newsletter, e-mailed to you each day.
"21.04.2017 11:21:59" theglobeandmail.com Paris gunman's criminal past in focus as police hunt for second suspect Attack overshadowed the last day of campaigning for Sunday's presidential election first round The attack overshadowed the last day of campaigning for the presidential election's first round, bringing raw issues surrounding Islamist militancy to the fore.
"21.04.2017 11:01:37" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 21, 1926 - Queen Elizabeth II is born:
Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary - Lilibet, as she was known as a child - would have been just another lesser royal if fate hadn't intervened. How she rose to the solemn duty imposed upon her
"21.04.2017 10:39:28" Timeline Photos 'Curious thing ...' Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/2LrBYdN
"21.04.2017 02:26:05" theglobeandmail.com Opinion: Theresa May is right: Let the British be British The folly of permanent attachment to the European Union is one reason why U.K. voters were right to demand an exit Opinion: "Ms. May is right to seek an election that will likely affirm the sensible right of the British to be British."
"21.04.2017 02:02:10" theglobeandmail.com Opinion: How the marijuana industry will boost Canadian innovation Canadian marijuana-industry players have a unique opportunity to pull ahead of their competitors in the international marketplace Opinion: "Now, with the market potential having exploded, such inconveniences may become secondary and the intellectual-property race will be on. Who comes out on top will be directly correlated with who gets in early."
"21.04.2017 01:07:08" theglobeandmail.com Chrystia Freeland renews call for Russia to withdraw support for Syria Foreign Affairs Minister's comments echo previous efforts by Trudeau government to apply pressure to Syrian regime and its supporters Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland issued a renewed challenge to Russia on Thursday, suggesting that the country will be on the wrong side of history if it continues to back Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the wake of a chemical-weapons attack
"21.04.2017 00:46:23" theglobeandmail.com Alberta promises to offer universal access to the abortion pill The decision by Rachel Notley's NDP government makes Alberta the second province to say it will offer the abortion pill free of charge The decision makes Alberta the second province in Canada to say that it will offer universal access to Mifegymiso, a two-drug medical abortion kit that received an important endorsement from an expert committee on Thursday.
"21.04.2017 00:39:40" Timeline Photos A magnificent iceberg has become a star attraction off Newfoundland's east coast as it passes "Iceberg Alley", near Ferryland, Newfoundland. For more spectacular photography check out the brand new Globe and Mail travel Instagram account
"21.04.2017 00:06:18" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: Solitary confinement: Define it, document it, reform it, end it 'We probably tracked livestock better than we do human beings,' is a bureaucratic understatement for the ages Editorial: "Prison staff and ministry officials can't track time in segregation, and ensure no one spends more than a few consecutive days in it, until they have a clear definition of 'segregation.'"
"20.04.2017 23:20:52" theglobeandmail.com Dosage, THC levels and other points to consider before trying medical marijuana Using marijuana as a medicine isn't necessarily easy because there aren't yet standardized doses and treatment protocols Using marijuana as a medicine isn't necessarily easy because there aren't yet standardized doses and treatment protocols.
"20.04.2017 23:00:05" theglobeandmail.com Wente: Wynne rides to the rescue on housing ... and makes things worse A Premier flatlining in the polls has offered a basket of fixes to Ontario's hot housing market that puts politics ahead of good policy Opinion: "Given all this desperation, it was inevitable that Ms. Wynne would do something."
"20.04.2017 22:39:38" theglobeandmail.com Islamic State claims responsibility for shooting on police in Paris A Paris police spokeswoman said the attacker targeted officers guarding the area near the Franklin Roosevelt subway station At least one officer is dead and two others wounded after an attacker with an automated weapon opened fire on police on Paris' iconic Champs-Elysees Thursday night.
"20.04.2017 22:17:26" theglobeandmail.com B.C. leaders spar in first debate of election campaign The debate featured BC Liberal Leader Christy Clark, NDP Leader John Horgan, and Green Leader Andrew Weaver Liberal leader Christy Clark, New Democrat Leader John Horgan and Green Party Leader Andrew Weaver faced off in the first debate of the provincial election campaign.
"20.04.2017 21:52:50" theglobeandmail.com Opinion: When legalizing pot, less is more Writing every fine detail into legislation would then require an act of Parliament to make any small change. This would be onerous, unworkable and set the system up to failure "This is why the cannabis legislation has gaps, and why it needs them."
"20.04.2017 21:31:54" theglobeandmail.com Seniors turning to cannabis for relief – and businesses are all in Adults are trying various oils and tinctures to ease chronic pain, insomnia, depression and anxiety after pharmaceutical drugs have failed Adults in their 70s, 80s and 90s are trying marijuana for the first time, hoping the plant will ease chronic pain, insomnia, depression and anxiety after pharmaceutical drugs have failed.
"20.04.2017 21:16:12" The Ontario government announced on Thursday morning 16 new measures taking aim at the overheated housing market. Included in the measures is a 15% "Non-Resident Speculation Tax”.
"20.04.2017 21:09:06" theglobeandmail.com Australia plans to add new 'Australian values' test for citizenship The move comes in a week when Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced axing a temporary work visa popular with foreigners Australia plans to raise the bar for citizenship, including a new “Australian values” test as part of a shake up of its immigration program.
"20.04.2017 20:48:34" theglobeandmail.com Supreme Court to review 1969 deal that sparked Quebec-Newfoundland hydro feud Churchill Falls energy deal, which had 65-year term, set a fixed price for energy that would decrease over time The deal has been highly profitable for Hydro-Quebec but much less so for Newfoundland and Labrador. From Report on Business
"20.04.2017 20:25:35" theglobeandmail.com A Canadian lost in the wilderness of American health care As a student living off the tatters my RRSP, I was as likely to cough up $5,000 as $50,000. "Was the key to getting an insurance company to pay up to beg an ER doctor to cut or stitch something – anything! – so you wouldn't have to file for bankruptcy when the hospital bills arrived?"
"20.04.2017 19:56:38" theglobeandmail.com Balkissoon: The Prince and the person: Can Harry be redeemed? Given his recent maturity, should I reconsider Harry, Prince of Wales? Opinion: "His honesty about his struggles or his personal experiences with prejudice don't get him off the hook."
"20.04.2017 19:33:32" theglobeandmail.com Martin: Canada's assisted-dying laws must be open to those with mental illness We can't wait for another constitutional challenge to recognize that not all suffering is physical Opinion: "That's what happens when we rob suffering patients of hope. They kill themselves alone and in secret, often by violent means."
"20.04.2017 19:12:13" theglobeandmail.com As legalization looms, Toronto marijuana dispensaries aim to evade scrutiny A siege-like atmosphere pervades dispensaries still in operation as they contend with security threats from groups of armed thieves, as well as the city's arsenal of tactics In and around Toronto's Kensington Market, visitors to the handful of remaining pot shops are buzzed in through frosted doors and greeted by imposing security guards.
"20.04.2017 18:32:11" theglobeandmail.com France's election kicks off Sunday. Here's who's running and what they stand for With the first round of voting set to begin this weekend, Paul Waldie explains the issues at stake in an exceptionally chaotic and unpredictable race This has been one of the wildest and most unpredictable presidential campaigns in French history and it's about to get even more interesting on Sunday when voters head to the polls for the first round of voting.
"20.04.2017 18:29:00" Subscribers, read how Canopy Growth became Canada's first billion-dollar pot company at tgam.ca/canopy
"20.04.2017 17:59:10" theglobeandmail.com General Motors says Venezuela illegally seizes auto plant The seizure comes amid a deepening economic crisis in leftist-led Venezuela that has already roiled many U.S. companies GM vowed to “take all legal actions” to defend its rights. From Report on Business
"20.04.2017 17:53:30" theglobeandmail.com McLaren: As malls die, so too does a way of life It wasn't so long ago that parents frowned on kids hanging out at the shopping centre. In hindsight, it now seems positively quaint Opinion: "Were malls actually not so bad to begin with or are we just predisposed to miss all the things that capitalism destroys in its wake?"
"20.04.2017 17:22:05" theglobeandmail.com Home Capital shares plunge after OSC accuses executives of making misleading statements The company is one of Canada's largest alternative mortgage lenders through its subsidiary, Home Trust The allegations come at a time when the booming housing market, and the role of lenders such as Home Capital in fuelling it, are coming under heavy scrutiny. From Report
"20.04.2017 16:44:49" theglobeandmail.com Ontario routinely flouts solitary-confinement rules: report Ontario's Ombudsman finds examples of neglect that left segregated prisoners largely unaccounted for “We probably tracked livestock better than we do human beings,” one ministry official told investigators.
"20.04.2017 16:18:37" theglobeandmail.com The real story of us: We can't agree on anything This is the real story of us: We are the people who exult in not agreeing about anything Opinion: "If anyone attempts, any time, to articulate the history of this country, the resulting chorus of objection is twice as loud."
"20.04.2017 15:54:11" theglobeandmail.com Ontario takes aim at hot housing: 16 changes explained What the government is doing, and why Ontario is widening its rent-control rules and taking some pages from B.C.'s playbook to bring skyrocketing housing prices down. Here's what you need to know:
"20.04.2017 15:12:53" theglobeandmail.com Bose headphones spy on listeners, lawsuit alleges Complaint seeks injunction to stop Bose from infringing on privacy of customers who download its app Bose also violates privacy rights by selling the information without permission, the lawsuit charged.
"20.04.2017 14:52:04" theglobeandmail.com WestJet looks to launch new no-frills airline WestJet says the ultra-low-cost carrier will broaden the company's growth opportunities WestJet says it plans to launch a new cheap airline later this year:
"20.04.2017 14:28:20" theglobeandmail.com How to fix Canada's red-hot housing markets Governments are trying to bring skyrocketing Canadian housing prices back down to earth without ruining the economy in the process. Get caught up on The Globe's coverage of the issues at stake The new measures are designed to give renters a leg up, but what can buyers do? Be careful and think twice about entering the market
"20.04.2017 14:25:52" theglobeandmail.com Trump's visa order met with mixed reaction from U.S. tech While firms may approve of efforts to reform the H-1B program, many in the industry still fear Washington will go too far “One possible interpretation is that our new President has already made America a less welcoming place ... That's bad news for the tech industry because we have to compete in a war on global talent.”
"20.04.2017 14:00:22" theglobeandmail.com New Rogers CEO Joe Natale plans to 'obsess' over customer service He highlighted the work that must be done to better serve subscribers – something he worked closely on at Telus Mr. Natale's last two predecessors both recognized poor customer experience as a major hurdle. Improving customer service is still among the most important tasks
"20.04.2017 13:56:35" theglobeandmail.com Opinion: Canada must look beyond China toward a broader Asian trade deal ASEAN bloc's growing demographics are well suited to an influx of digital and traditional industrialization in areas of Canadian expertise Opinion: "Aggressively pursuing a trade agreement with China while so much is on the line for Canada on NAFTA renegotiations would be a mistake."
"20.04.2017 13:34:04" theglobeandmail.com Ontario unveils new tax, caps rent hikes in bid to cool housing Sixteen measures unveiled today amid an overheating housing market #Breaking: At the core of the measures unveiled Thursday is a 15-per-cent tax on foreign buyers who don't live in Canada called a Non-Resident Speculation Tax
"20.04.2017 13:24:04" theglobeandmail.com It's an orca! Last killer whale is born at a SeaWorld park The mother was already pregnant when SeaWorld announced in March 2016 that it had stopped breeding its orcas SeaWorld decided last year to stop breeding orcas, and phase out killer whale performances by 2019, after public opinion turned and ticket sales declined
"20.04.2017 13:03:04" theglobeandmail.com Two people dying a day in Ontario from opioid overdoses: study Rate of opioid-related deaths in the province has almost quadrupled over the last 25 years In 1991, 144 people died of opioid-related causes in Ontario. In 2015, that number skyrocketed to 734. What has changed is the types of opioids involved in those deaths
"20.04.2017 12:40:28" theglobeandmail.com O'Reilly's departure creates new challenges for Fox O'Reilly's departure is the second big blow for the network in nine months, coming after CEO Roger Ailes' resignation amid similar sexual harassment charges last July “The O'Reilly Factor” is a money-making machine. It's the top-rated show on the No. 1 U.S. cable network yielding more than $178-million in ads in 2015
"20.04.2017 12:19:06" theglobeandmail.com Morning update newsletter: Ontario housing measures; BC Liberals return more money; panel endorses abortion pill Also: The state of U.S. temporary work visas, and France's presidential election nears Having trouble staying informed? We've got you covered with our morning newsletter, e-mailed to you each day.
"20.04.2017 11:56:03" Timeline Photos Trade negotiations: Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/6ijy7Tm
"20.04.2017 11:40:49" theglobeandmail.com How a tweet led to unlocking Adam Capay's stint in solitary Mr. Capay's trip through the justice system is still being written, but it all began when Ontario's chief human-rights commissioner Renu Mandhane simply tweeted her plans to tour Thunder Bay Jail If not for a mundane tweet, a young Indigenous man might still be languishing in a prison cell surrounded by acrylic glass. It touched off an inferno of scrutiny about solitary confinement in Ontario
"20.04.2017 11:19:28" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 20, 1992 - The world pays tribute to Freddie Mercury
It was a music tribute like no other when Guns N' Roses, Elton John, David Bowie, Annie Lennox and others came together to pay homage to the late Freddie Mercury on this date. The
"20.04.2017 10:59:19" theglobeandmail.com Caps draw even with Leafs; Senators take control; Flames toast; Wild cling to life Here you'll find the latest news and results from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs NHL playoff roundup: Caps draw even with Leafs; Senators take control; Flames toast; Wild cling to life
"20.04.2017 10:01:52" theglobeandmail.com As the political cost declines, so will Canada's supply managed dairy market For Canadian politicians, it will soon be more valuable to give supply management up in trade talks than it is to use it to buy the votes of dairy farmers Clark: "The end is coming for Canada's supply managed dairy market, not immediately, but almost inevitably."
"20.04.2017 03:55:20" theglobeandmail.com Hamilton judge who wore Trump hat in court to face disciplinary hearing Eighty-one complaints were filed against Provincial Court Justice Bernd Zabel, who wore a 'Make America Great Again' hat in court and contradicted himself in his apology A judge who wore a Donald Trump campaign hat into court will face a public disciplinary hearing that could result in his firing, after the Ontario Judicial Council received 81 complaints about his behaviour.
"20.04.2017 03:22:27" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: Sports is becoming disconnected from reality, and we're all to blame What Aaron Hernandez's life and death point out is the hollowness in the centre of our popular culture Kelly: "Aaron Hernandez the New England Patriot is the key here. What his life and death point out is the hollowness in the centre of our popular culture."
"20.04.2017 02:55:24" theglobeandmail.com To eat on the go, endurance athletes need to train their stomachs For endurance athletes, fuelling on the fly has its own regimen – getting the gut to adapt to calorie-rich snacks New research suggests that just like your muscles and heart, your digestive system can adapt and respond to repeated challenges so that you can eat and run with fewer problems.
"20.04.2017 02:21:33" theglobeandmail.com A writer's life is not for everyone, but it's the life for me No money, no perks, no fancy vacations, but it's not all bad news, Lee Kvern writes, even if she can't take her kids to Disneyland No money, no perks, no fancy vacations, but it's not all bad news — even if you can't take your kids to Disneyland. One woman shares what it's like to be a writer.
"20.04.2017 01:53:13" theglobeandmail.com Kendrick Lamar's DAMN: If it makes you uneasy, it has done its job An unsettling political climate permeates the Compton rapper's fourth album, where the personal and universal collide "While Kendrick Lamar has always been critical of a United States that had become complacent with a black president, the country under Donald Trump is as unfamiliar and unsettling for the rapper as it is for just about everyone else. This anxiety
"20.04.2017 01:24:44" theglobeandmail.com Boys encouraged to break from gender norms, embrace feminine side The project aboycantoo is one of a series of barrier-breaking projects and events in recent years that aim to erase gender norms for boys Boys who like traditionally feminine things are increasingly hearing a positive message, writes Dave McGinn: that it's okay to do, be and wear what they love best.
"20.04.2017 00:57:42" theglobeandmail.com Rise of Marine Le Pen: How the far-right leader became a contender in France The leader of France's fiercely anti-EU National Front is attracting far more support than her father ever did. In four days, she could emerge victorious in the first round of the presidential election Marine Le Pen and the party she leads, France's xenophobic and fiercely anti-EU National Front (FN), have never been so close to power.
"20.04.2017 00:35:46" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: While waiting to legalize pot, why not decriminalize it in the meantime? Lifting the criminal sanction for the possession of small amounts of marijuana for personal use makes sense when legalization is around the corner Globe editorial: "The Trudeau government has put itself and many Canadians in a bind with the announcement that it will legalize marijuana by July of next year."
"20.04.2017 00:13:04" theglobeandmail.com Cancellation of Florence exchange program frustrates OCAD students The Ontario College of Art and Design University has suspended its long-running study-abroad program in the birthplace of Renaissance art The Ontario College of Art and Design University (OCAD U) said anti-corruption policies in Italy and internal financial constraints have made it too difficult to continue its long-running study-abroad program in Florence.
"19.04.2017 23:43:07" theglobeandmail.com Opinion: Ontario's big step to the left The shift will see the end of 10 years of austerity and incrementalism in pursuit of a refashioning of the social compact to help Ontarians prosper Opinion: "With a balanced budget now in the works, [Ontario's] Liberal Premier appears likely to begin governing unbound."
"19.04.2017 23:19:00" theglobeandmail.com Gee: Rent control isn't the solution to Ontario's housing problem Premier Kathleen Wynne is willing to expand Ontario's rent-control regime, which will hand cities in the province a poisoned chalice Gee: "It's not necessary to speculate about what rent control would do. Decades of experience, here and elsewhere, show what a mess it can create."
"19.04.2017 22:58:00" Video: Opinion: Policing the problem of 'us versus them' Ottawa criminal defence lawyer Michael Spratt discusses the wearing of wristbands by some Ottawa police officers who are showing support for colleague Daniel Montsion, who is facing a manslaughter charge in the death of Abdirahman Abdi.
"19.04.2017 22:48:51" theglobeandmail.com The secret to successful weight lifting? Following a training plan Regardless of your fitness goals, don't overlook the necessity of these two tried-and-true exercise tools "Getting in shape is like anything else in life – if you don't have a plan, if you simply fly by the seat of your pants and hope for the best, chances are you're going to be disappointed with the end results."
"19.04.2017 22:27:52" theglobeandmail.com John Doyle: Bill O'Reilly, out at Fox News, was toppled by his own ego The biggest right-wing blowhard in the U.S. media, a money-making machine for Fox News, is done and disgraced Doyle: "The biggest right-wing blowhard in the U.S. media, the most influential of barking, bullying cable-news hosts, the man who was a money-making machine for Fox News, is out. Done and disgraced." From John Doyle Critic Writer Soccer
"19.04.2017 22:01:30" theglobeandmail.com X-Files star Gillian Anderson calls on Trudeau to end East Coast seal hunt In a letter to the Prime Minister, Anderson says 'climate change is already decimating ice-dependent seals' The American actress has filmed multiple projects in Canada for over 20 years, and says the hunt puts “a stain on Canada's international reputation.”
"19.04.2017 21:27:57" theglobeandmail.com Family blames Calgary police after images of dead body go online Neighbour admits to taking photos of the deceased, even as EMS and police arrived, but denies uploading the images The Tailfeathers are accusing the Calgary Police Service (CPS) of treating their relative poorly, perhaps because she was an Indigenous woman. CPS denies the allegations.
"19.04.2017 21:02:55" theglobeandmail.com Adidas apologizes for 'you survived the Boston Marathon' email The subject line of the email sent Tuesday by Adidas Running read: 'Congrats, you survived the Boston Marathon!' On social media, customers quickly reminded the company about the real survivors of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
"19.04.2017 20:29:12" theglobeandmail.com Toronto police union wants Pride funding pulled after floats banned In a letter, committee says officers would feel completely devalued and unsupported by the city The union representing Toronto's police officers is urging the city to pull an annual grant to Canada's largest Pride parade after the event banned police floats.
"19.04.2017 19:59:00" theglobeandmail.com Taylor: The pleasures and contradictions of National Canadian Film Day Canadians, it turns out, are eager to see films produced in this country Opinion: "Canadians, it turns out, are eager to see Canadian film: How else do you explain the way they have embraced National Canadian Film Day this year?"
"19.04.2017 19:32:22" theglobeandmail.com Scandal-plagued York Region school board dismisses director of education J. Philip Parappally came under fire for his lack of leadership and his intimidation tactics The York Region District School Board has parted ways with its director of education, just a week after a provincial report revealed a litany of problems facing the scandal-plagued school district.
"19.04.2017 19:07:47" theglobeandmail.com Kevin O'Leary supports marijuana legalization, but other Tory candidates are split Kellie Leitch has expressed concern about legalization, while Maxime Bernier refuses to say if he'll vote in favour of the legislation “I think the party has moved into the place now where they understand it's going to be part of the Canadian culture.”
"19.04.2017 18:47:30" theglobeandmail.com How to fix Canada's red-hot housing markets: A guide to what's happening and what's been proposed Governments are trying to bring skyrocketing Canadian housing prices back down to earth without ruining the economy in the process. Get caught up on The Globe's coverage of the issues at stake Just how bad is the housing market?
"19.04.2017 18:12:53" theglobeandmail.com Fox News cuts ties with Bill O'Reilly following harassment allegations O'Reilly previously said that he had been unfairly targeted because of his public prominence #Updated: 21st Century Fox Inc. has decided to part ways with star cable news host Bill O'Reilly following allegations of sexual harassment, the company said on Wednesday.
"19.04.2017 17:50:09" theglobeandmail.com Bernier: Mr. President, you're right: Supply management is unfair Since we are on this topic, Mr. Trump, what happened with softwood lumber? Opinion: "I was very pleased when I saw that you stole one of my best lines by denouncing supply management as an 'unfair thing.' I have been making this same point since the beginning of my campaign a year ago."
"19.04.2017 17:26:26" theglobeandmail.com Tennis star Serena Williams confirms she is pregnant The confirmation came hours after she posted a photo of herself in a yellow one-piece bathing suit on Snapchat with the caption '20 weeks' #Update: Serena Williams is pregnant and expecting to deliver her first baby this fall.
"19.04.2017 16:53:14" theglobeandmail.com Ontario to impose rent control, vacancy tax in bid to cool housing market Proposals to curb overheated real estate market also expected to include a new tax on foreign property speculators #Update The new measures are expected to include a new tax on foreign property speculators and a sweeping expansion to rent-control measures
"19.04.2017 16:42:41" theglobeandmail.com Demanding sellers make things difficult for Toronto home buyers “We did all the usual things and only had eight people through by appointment and didn't receive a single offer” The shifting dynamics are creating tension in a market where properties in some pockets sell for insane amounts while others don't sell at all.
"19.04.2017 16:21:33" theglobeandmail.com Ontario school board's Muslim support fuels hate, threats Anti-Muslim rhetoric surges as Peel institutions provide spaces to pray, leaving residents shaken Tensions over a suburban Toronto school board providing space for Muslim students to pray as a group every Friday have bubbled into a death threat and an online call to burn down a mosque.
"19.04.2017 15:59:10" theglobeandmail.com Capitals seeing stars after overtime loss to Maple Leafs Heavily favoured Washington struggling to find a way to deal with Toronto's youth and speed The Washington Capitals have somehow let moments when they could have buried the Toronto Maple Leafs slip away.
"19.04.2017 15:51:04" theglobeandmail.com Schools and employers partner to curb youth underemployment GTA financial companies lend support to a national initiative aimed at bridging education and experience The goal is to ensure every postsecondary student has a work-integrated learning experience. “It's the great democratizer of people who don't have connections into companies through their parents, or through friends of their parents”
"19.04.2017 15:20:34" theglobeandmail.com Consumer trust in social-media 'influencers' drops Bloggers are seeing the biggest drop in viewer confidence, ranking lower than traditional advertising, according to a new survey Environics researchers speculate that the appearance of labels on online posts such as “#ad” and “#sponsorship” could be driving the decline in trust because it calls into question the authenticity of bloggers' posts
"19.04.2017 14:56:43" theglobeandmail.com Subway files defamation lawsuit against the CBC The restaurant chain reacted angrily after a CBC report in February said chicken at many of the chain's southern Ontario outlets was roughly half soy Subway alleges the CBC acted “recklessly and maliciously” in airing a Marketplace report that said DNA tests suggested some of its chicken products could contain only 50 per cent chicken or less.
"19.04.2017 14:35:15" theglobeandmail.com Metrolinx's plan to nix $770-million Bombardier contract blocked by judge Metrolinx will now have to undergo a potentially lengthy dispute-resolution process before ending contract A judge has thrown a wrench into Metrolinx's plans to cancel a $770-million contract to buy light rail vehicles from Bombardier Transportation for the Toronto area.
"19.04.2017 14:14:46" theglobeandmail.com Australia, New Zealand dairy industries back Trump on possible WTO action against Canada Trump did not specify what parts of Canada's tariff-protected dairy sector he wanted to change “I don't expect there would be many countries that would do anything other than support a WTO action against Canada,” said Australian Dairy Farmers interim Chief Executive Officer
"19.04.2017 14:10:19" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Two children play after having their heads shaved before entering a Korean Buddhist temple. Eight children will live at the temple for two weeks to share the monastic experience before celebrating Buddha's upcoming birthday May 3rd.
"19.04.2017 13:53:22" theglobeandmail.com Firefighters in Fort McMurray blaze still suffering, study suggests Wildfire forced more than 80,000 people in the Fort McMurray area to flee Preliminary results show one in five firefighters who attended the wildfire reported respiratory problems. One in six has been diagnosed with depression or anxiety.
"19.04.2017 13:38:28" Timeline Photos Have you recently sold your house in the Toronto area to benefit from the state of the housing market and are now renting instead? Or are you contemplating a similar move soon? We'd like to hear from you. Please contact Jessica Caparini at
"19.04.2017 13:32:35" theglobeandmail.com Alberta Review Board grants Matthew de Grood extra privileges in hospital Board has allowed de Grood to go for supervised walks on hospital grounds and allowed trips to medical appointments The Calgary man who was found not criminally responsible after killing five people with a knife three years ago will be allowed to go for supervised walks on unfenced hospital grounds
"19.04.2017 13:10:10" theglobeandmail.com People magazine names Julia Roberts world's most beautiful woman The 49-year-old actress has previously claimed the cover spot in 2010, 2005, 2000 and 1991 Julia Roberts, 49, has previously claimed the cover spot in 2010, 2005, 2000 and 1991. She says she is “very flattered” by the experience
"19.04.2017 13:04:07" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 19, 1995 - Oklahoma City bombing claims 168 lives
Everybody in Oklahoma City heard - and felt - the blast outside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. At 9:02 a.m., a van loaded with nearly a quarter-ton of ammonium-nitrate
"19.04.2017 12:47:00" theglobeandmail.com Indian leader accuses Defence Minister Sajjan of being a Sikh nationalist Amarinder Singh, the top elected official in India's Punjab province, made the accusation in an interview on Indian TV in advance of Sajjan's trip Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan's visit to his native India this week has run into controversy after one of the country's political leaders accused him of being a Sikh nationalist.
"19.04.2017 12:35:54" theglobeandmail.com McDonald's order tripped up Facebook slaying suspect The attendant who took Steve Stephens's money recognized him and dialled 911 In the third day of the manhunt, the suspect ordered McNuggets at a drive-thru in Pennsylvania. The attendant recognized him and dialed 911
"19.04.2017 12:15:12" theglobeandmail.com How does he do that? Browse April's work by Brian Gable and David Parkins How does he do that?: Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/J4DAkPo
"19.04.2017 12:04:46" theglobeandmail.com Canadiens edged, Oilers embarrassed, Blue Jackets fend off elimination Here you'll find the latest news and results from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs NHL Playoff roundup: Canadiens edged, Oilers embarrassed, Blue Jackets fend off elimination
"19.04.2017 11:59:00" theglobeandmail.com Top stories to start your day Trump takes aim at Canada's 'very unfair' dairy industry, British election called for June, and China's Premier urges Trudeau to relax controls on high-tech exports Having trouble staying informed? We've got you covered with our morning newsletter, e-mailed to you each day.
"19.04.2017 11:40:30" theglobeandmail.com How the Canadian Free-Trade Agreement can revolutionize our procurement system The clauses in the Canadian Free-Trade Agreement opening up procurement need more work to achieve its ambitions Opinion: "The CFTA creates a chance for a more digital and integrated procurement policy to emerge in Canada – we must grasp it."
"19.04.2017 11:16:34" theglobeandmail.com Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez kills himself in prison cell Prison official says former NFL star Aaron Hernandez hangs self in cell, pronounced dead at Massachusetts hospital The former tight end for the New England Patriots was serving a life sentence for a 2013 murder
"19.04.2017 10:14:56" theglobeandmail.com Globe editorial: An election about speeding up Brexit, or derailing it The Brexit slow train – likely destination, the end of both Great Britain and the European Union – made a stop at Number 10 Downing Street on Tuesday, where British Prime Minister Theresa May called a snap election Globe editorial: "The [U.K.] election is supposed to be over before it even begins. In politics, however, the best laid plans don't always pan out."
"19.04.2017 04:31:20" theglobeandmail.com Flames, down 3-0, face monumental task against Ducks Only four times in the history of the NHL playoffs has a team overcome a three-game disadvantage to miraculously win a series Only four times in the history of the NHL playoffs has a team overcome a three-game disadvantage to miraculously win a series. Nothing in the current edition of the Calgary Flames suggests they will be the fifth.
"19.04.2017 04:08:25" theglobeandmail.com Canada's analog broadcasting policy makes no sense in a digital world Broadcasting Act is primarily a cultural policy document while telecommunications law is guided by twin goals of competition and consumer protection Opinion: Canadian Heritage Minister Mélanie Joly's upcoming discussions with Internet giants like Google and Facebook may help shape an issue that could have a profound impact on the Internet in Canada as there are concerns the government may attempt to
"19.04.2017 03:40:41" theglobeandmail.com Vancouver housing forum agrees on need for action amid scalding market The board beat some familiar drums, but also endorsed ideas less often touted by the business community, such as looking at alternative housing tenures The Vancouver Police Department no longer has a standing requirement that potential new recruits must have lived outside their parents' home for a year before they can be considered for the force. The rule is simply not practical now in a city with
"19.04.2017 03:10:59" theglobeandmail.com Canadian Olympian Harold Backer appears in B.C. court on fraud charges Victoria police say Backer is facing two counts of fraud over $5,000 after he turned up at the department's headquarters last Thursday An investment dealer and former Olympic rower who went missing for nearly 18 months made a brief appearance in a Victoria court Tuesday. His case was adjourned to May 2.
"19.04.2017 02:37:34" theglobeandmail.com Ibbitson: Ottawa must decide if it wants to help Chechnya's gay men Organizations such as Rainbow Railroad, Amnesty International Canada say Liberals have opportunity to be human-rights leader Ibbitson: "Whatever the complexities, the fact remains that gay men in Chechnya are being systematically detained, tortured and sometimes killed, simply because of who they are."
"19.04.2017 01:33:30" theglobeandmail.com Financial literacy: For kids, adding dollars and sense A science fair-styled exhibition encourages students to learn how to wisely manage their finances Young Canadians graduating soon will enter a world with historic household debt ratios, ever-rising tuition costs, and, especially in the case of Toronto-area students, unprecedented entry costs for home ownership. A science fair-styled exhibition is
"19.04.2017 00:39:58" Video: Drawing Conclusions: How much money do you need to rent... How much money do you need to make to afford to live in different cities across Canada? Preet Banerjee breaks it down:
"19.04.2017 00:31:40" theglobeandmail.com No new measures to boost housing as feds, Ontario mull options to cool Toronto market Bill Morneau says Ottawa will help the province improve housing affordability in a number of ways The federal and provincial governments have agreed not to introduce any new measures that would stimulate demand for housing in Canada to avoid driving Toronto house prices any higher, effectively ruling out expanding programs to help first-time home
"18.04.2017 23:29:26" theglobeandmail.com Carrick: Why first-timers should rethink buying in a hot housing market One family watched their finances get slammed by high housing costs, and they were forced to sell and rent The risk of taking on more financial weight than you can carry has never been higher, Rob Carrick writes.
"18.04.2017 23:08:37" theglobeandmail.com Macron milks a long-lost French impulse – optimism The French presidential campaign has been one of setbacks and comebacks. But while much ink has been spilled over Marine LePen's dour prognoses, and François Fillon's high-handed intransigence, the real story of the French elections is the return of sunny Opinion: The real story of the French elections is the return of sunny ways, with a French twist.
"18.04.2017 22:46:30" theglobeandmail.com Bill of rights for airline passengers to be in place by 2018: Transport Minister In the wake of another controversial case of passenger bumping, federal Transport Minister Marc Garneau reiterated Tuesday that legislation addressing the rights of airline passengers is coming later this spring. Marc Garneau wouldn't speculate on what measures would be included in the bill of rights – an idea that was floated last November.
"18.04.2017 22:25:06" theglobeandmail.com Family seeks to reclaim veteran's medal after finding it up for auction To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge, Mr. Macintyre had posted pictures and information on Facebook about his grandfather, Lieutenant-Colonel Duncan Eton Macintyre, a commander at Vimy. Without knowing the medal's history, Mr. John MacIntyre thought his grandfather's DSO medal was gone forever – until it turned up on an online auction site.
"18.04.2017 21:54:19" theglobeandmail.com NAFTA panel tells U.S. to reconsider duties on Canadian paper mills Producers say trade dispute has affected their bottom line and vow to continue working against the tariffs A NAFTA review panel has unanimously ordered the U.S. Department of Commerce to reconsider its costly duties against Canadian mills that produce glossy paper.
"18.04.2017 21:24:53" theglobeandmail.com Michael Harris makes the case for solitude in new book Harris argues for the need to disconnect from others in Solitude: A Singular Life in a Crowded World "It's a cliché, but you can't really be ready to love someone else unless you've come to terms with who you are as an independent person."
"18.04.2017 20:46:57" theglobeandmail.com Longer maternity leave? Thanks, but no thanks Ivona Hideg is assistant professor of Organization Behaviour and Human Resource Management at Wilfrid Laurier University's Lazaridis School of Business and Economics. Opinion: The Trudeau Liberals' pledge of extra time off for parents will be taken up mostly by women, who will face even more negative effects on their careers.
"18.04.2017 20:21:33" theglobeandmail.com Martin: The big files save Trudeau from a sophomore slump Year Two was supposed to be harder for the Prime Minister, but on major issues there has been little slippage Opinion: Year Two was supposed to be harder for the Prime Minister, but on major issues there has been little slippage, Lawrence Martin writes.
"18.04.2017 19:43:05" theglobeandmail.com MLSE's marketing team helps Leafs and Raptors build the playoff buzz For the first time since 2002, the Toronto Raptors and Maple Leafs are in the playoffs at the same time. Their shared home is swathed in a carefully balanced mix of splashy decor for both teams, while the square outside juggles massive viewing parties for Staging duelling playoff runs is a sports marketer's dream. With the Toronto Raptors and Toronto Maple Leafs in the playoffs simultaneously for the first time in 15 years, Shannon Hosford's team gets its chance to shine.
"18.04.2017 19:29:42" theglobeandmail.com Saunders: In France and Britain, for want of an opposition the EU could be lost There has been a Europe-wide decline of major social-democratic and left-leaning liberal parties that has struck France, Italy, Poland, the Netherlands and Britain Opinion: "What if Europe fell apart because nobody wanted to fight for it?"
"18.04.2017 19:08:22" theglobeandmail.com Bank of Canada warns automation will lead to job losses, greater income inequality In prepared remarks of a speech Tuesday, senior deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins said innovations like artificial intelligence and robotics are expected to help re-energize underwhelming productivity in advanced economies like Canada. Senior deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins says while the country's poised to reap economic benefits from technological progress – it must prepare for painful “side effects.”
"18.04.2017 18:39:46" theglobeandmail.com Doyle: Fargo season three is another little masterpiece of storytelling While it's a challenge to even describe the content, style, tone and ambition of the third season, this Fargo is profoundly humane, even while there is a pervasive, deadpan pessimism Opinion: "If anyone still has the impression that Fargo is some ham-fisted attempt to derive a weekly drama from a much-loved movie, they are utterly wrong." John Doyle Critic Writer Soccer
"18.04.2017 18:18:12" theglobeandmail.com BC NDP say a vote for them a blow to the wealthy Message mirrors one the Trudeau Liberals employed in 2015, with promises to cut taxes for middle class, hike them for the wealthy But who are the rich, as defined by the politicians who campaign on a platform of making them pay? From Globe British Columbia
"18.04.2017 17:55:36" theglobeandmail.com Kelly: With Leafs in playoffs, fans have zero expectations Even if the Leafs lose, no one will succumb to frustrated rage Opinion: "For the first time in forever, nothing beyond decent effort is expected from the local hockey club. ... Which is exactly why they might win."
"18.04.2017 17:32:59" theglobeandmail.com Student-built satellite puts Alberta into orbit The Ex-Alta 1, designed by students at University of Alberta, becomes the province's first homegrown spacecraft to reach orbit With today's launch, the milk carton-size unit becomes Alberta's first homegrown spacecraft to reach orbit:
"18.04.2017 16:52:34" theglobeandmail.com In-car connectivity in Canada lags far behind U.S. Tougher competition in the bigger market south of the border has pushed U.S. telcos to come out with more and more data offers GM and Jaguar Land Rover became the first two auto makers to offer U.S. drivers unlimited in-vehicle 4G LTE wireless. Canadian plans are capped and cost more
"18.04.2017 16:34:24" Timeline Photos Have you recently sold your house to benefit from the state of the housing market and are now renting instead? Or are you contemplating a similar move soon? We'd like to hear from you. Please contact Jessica Caparini at JCaparini@globeandmail.com to share
"18.04.2017 16:32:18" theglobeandmail.com Is it possible to buy a beater car for a couple thousand dollars? It's tougher to find even a 10-year-old car for next-to-nothing than it used to be "Is it still possible to buy a car for $2,000?"
"18.04.2017 16:09:49" theglobeandmail.com Five tips for graduating students trying to crack a tough job market Academia offers students a mix of skills and knowledge which result in the ability to think critically and learn. That's what recent grads should stress during job interviews No. 1: Don't undersell your part-time job experience:
"18.04.2017 15:47:27" theglobeandmail.com Bank of Montreal to offer mortgage-backed securities “This is a really unique deal in the Canadian market” Bank of Montreal is bundling nearly $2-billion of prime Canadian mortgages into securities, in a first-of-its-kind deal as the government looks to reduce support for the fast-growing housing sector. From Report on Business
"18.04.2017 15:26:39" theglobeandmail.com Off the rails: What a billion-dollar LRT line means for Hamilton Supporters see the LRT as the best city-building opportunity to come along in decades. Opponents call it a disaster-in-the-making. Hamilton's residents have fervently debated the need (or lack thereof) for a light-rail transit line to be built through the city:
"18.04.2017 15:06:02" theglobeandmail.com Britain's snap election: What's next, and what the parties stand to gain Theresa May wants to take her country to the polls on June 8, saying she needs a clear mandate to negotiate Britain's divorce from the EU. Here's what that means for the key players in British politics Theresa May hopes an early election will settle the question of who should set the country's course as her party is well ahead in polls
"18.04.2017 14:44:39" theglobeandmail.com Canadian Food Inspection Agency adds more products to Robin Hood flour recall list The federal agency says all recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store Now Ardent Mills is adding even more items to the list, including various sizes of Robin Hood Best for Blending flour, as well as the brand's bread and roll mix.
"18.04.2017 14:23:49" theglobeandmail.com Prince Charles, Camilla to visit in time for Canada 150 celebration The royal duo will be in Canada from June 29 to July 1 The royal duo will travel in Ontario, Nunavut and the Ottawa area between June 29 and July 1. They were last in Canada in May 2014
"18.04.2017 14:02:50" theglobeandmail.com Queen's Park mulls reforms to powerful land-use tribunal The current proposals would significantly rein in the powers of the Ontario Municipal Board The Globe and Mail has learned that Queen's Park may rein in the powerful OMB, which has long been criticized by municipal planners, politicians and local residents as too friendly to developers
"18.04.2017 13:41:19" theglobeandmail.com Mortality-rate gap widens between Northern and Southern Ontario: report Northerners have shorter life spans than those in the south, and have a more difficult time accessing health care in a timely manner Northern Ontario residents have a harder time seeing a physician when ill, are likelier to smoke, and to die early of heart attacks, strokes, respiratory diseases and suicide.
"18.04.2017 13:20:49" theglobeandmail.com Man sought in Cleveland Facebook murder kills himself after car chase Authorities say police tried to pull Stephens over and, after a brief pursuit, he shot and killed himself Update: The suspect in the killing of a Cleveland retiree posted on Facebook has shot and killed himself after a brief pursuit, police say
"18.04.2017 12:53:55" theglobeandmail.com Ivanka Trump's company prospers as politics mixes with business Ethics experts say the situation presents conflict of interest The brand claims revenues rose 21 per cent last year, with early February seeing some of the “best performance ever.” This is despite boycotts and several stores limiting her merchandise.
"18.04.2017 12:32:12" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 18, 1775 - Paul Revere's midnight ride
Paul Revere rode a borrowed horse into history. The silversmith and Patriot militiaman made a daring late-night ride into the countryside surrounding Boston on this day in 1775 to warn the
"18.04.2017 11:57:09" theglobeandmail.com Ontario considers housing tax for non-resident speculators The proposed measure comes as Toronto Mayor John Tory is to meet with finance ministers to discuss overheated market The tax is one approach that has been studied over the past few months as Ontario aims to cool the red-hot housing market, partly by curbing demand
"18.04.2017 11:34:22" theglobeandmail.com Morning update: Top stories to start your day British PM May calls snap election; Ontario considering non-resident speculation tax; B.C. NDP goes after high-income earners, and Hamilton's light-rail future in doubt Having trouble staying informed? We've got you covered with our morning newsletter, e-mailed to you each day.
"18.04.2017 11:08:10" theglobeandmail.com Maple Leafs, Senators take lead in series; elimination looms for Flames, Hawks Here you'll find the latest news and results from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs NHL playoff roundup: Leafs, Sens win in OT to take series lead; Flames almost extinguished
"18.04.2017 10:40:06" theglobeandmail.com Theresa May calls surprise election as U.K. heads into Brexit negotiations Prime Minister sees early vote Breaking: May called the snap election for June 8, saying she needs a solid mandate to negotiate the country's exit from the European Union
"18.04.2017 10:34:59" theglobeandmail.com More fun than swords Browse April's work by Brian Gable and David Parkins 'More fun than swords' Today's editorial cartoon by Brian Gable. More cartoons: http://trib.al/cERK4Oa
"18.04.2017 02:32:31" theglobeandmail.com BC NDP take aim at Liberals, promote strategy to build urgent-care centres John Horgan said the centres would allow patients to see the care provider that fits their needs The centres would be open evenings and weekends and would allow patients to see the care provider that fits their needs, whether it's a doctor, nurse practitioner or counsellor.
"18.04.2017 02:05:10" theglobeandmail.com What it's like to live across from the place I may be buried one day Facts & Arguments is a daily personal piece submitted by readers. Have a story to tell? See our guidelines at tgam.ca/essayguide. It may be discomforting to live across the street from the patch of grass that may one day be your final resting place. But for one Victoria native, the green space offers more than meets the eye for the living
"18.04.2017 01:51:09" theglobeandmail.com ROM to reveal architecture of the Holocaust with exhibit created at University of Waterloo The Evidence Room, created at the University of Waterloo, will take visitors inside the Nazis' simple and obscene killing machine The exhibit at the Royal Ontario Museum, set to run from June 24 to Jan. 28, will show how the architecture of Auschwitz enabled the horrors of the Holocaust.
"18.04.2017 01:37:46" theglobeandmail.com Trump to sign order that promotes policies that “buy American and hire American” The order is an attempt by Trump to carry out his “America First” campaign pledges to reform U.S. immigration policies and encourage purchases of American products. As he nears the 100-day benchmark of his presidency, Trump has no major legislative The executive order is an attempt by Mr. Trump to carry out his 'America First' campaign pledges and puts Canadian companies directly in the crosshairs.
"18.04.2017 01:19:51" theglobeandmail.com After chemical attack, medics in Syria are taking no chances Medical groups working in rebel-held areas of Syria are scrambling to boost preparedness for more chemical-weapons attacks after the deadly assault in northern Syria two weeks ago – a sign of their increased vigilance as the battlefield becomes more Doctors thought they had seen the last of sarin gas. Since the April 4 attack, they have been doing all they can to prepare for more chemical weapons attacks.
"18.04.2017 00:49:31" theglobeandmail.com Picard: The mentally ill must be part of the assisted-dying debate We should not discriminate or deny people rights because it makes us queasy, or because of our prejudices Adam Maier-Clayton's advocacy – up to and including his suicide – have forced us once again to ask the question: Should people with mental illness be denied assisted death, André Picard writes.
"18.04.2017 00:25:41" theglobeandmail.com Editorial: Turkey, Erdogan and the end of liberal democracy Apparent referendum win means millions of Turks were fooled into voting away their basic freedoms "A terrifyingly large portion of the Turkish people has been fooled into voting against their highest interests by a wannabe despot who played to their fears, nationalism and ignorance."
"17.04.2017 23:55:22" theglobeandmail.com At 117, Jamaican woman Violet Brown likely just became world's oldest living person On Saturday, Violet Brown is believed to have become the world's oldest living person following the death of Emma Morano of Italy Ms. Brown, born March 30, 1900, said the secret to long life is hard work.
"17.04.2017 23:27:36" theglobeandmail.com Reitmans ends partnership with actress Meghan Markle Canadian retailing company parts ways with actress Meghan Markle, potentially losing an incredibly valuable spokesperson The marketing deal with Ms. Markle was part of a larger strategy for Reitmans to revitalize what had become a tired brand, and to attract younger customers.
"17.04.2017 23:03:20" theglobeandmail.com Entering the work force: The tough transition from life as an athlete After retiring from life as a high performance athlete in 2016, Sam Roworth didn't foresee it being so hard to parlay his education and experience into the start of a career "Twenty-six years old. Educated. Unemployed. At risk of becoming a statistic. It's not who I am, it's where I'm at."
"17.04.2017 22:40:32" theglobeandmail.com France Margaret Bélanger: 'I find it important to engage on a personal level' France Margaret Bélanger is the chief legal officer of the Montreal Canadiens "Don't let one person or an event or a situation change what you want to do."
"17.04.2017 22:16:22" theglobeandmail.com The Bank of Canada's tone shift should be a cause for concern With inflation at target, should the positive economic news continue, a rate hike before 2018 is a real possibility Opinion: "Two questions arise: first, what might cause this earlier rate hike, and second, is it necessarily a good thing?" From Report on Business
"17.04.2017 21:55:02" theglobeandmail.com Le Peuple: France has a long history of populist upheaval France's history constitutes one of the crucibles in which the modern political landscape – populist politics and all – was first forged Opinion: The idea of a populist revolt is nothing new in France, but this time it might be different.
"17.04.2017 21:25:06" theglobeandmail.com Wente: What was Justin smoking? Justin Trudeau's vow to legalize marijuana – made without much thinking, one suspects – was one of his signature campaign promises. It was intended to brand his party as progressive, youthful, and enlightened. And the time seemed right. Most Canadians Legalizing pot is trickier than it looks, and the Prime Minister might soon be wondering if the hassle is worth the price, Margaret Wente writes.
"17.04.2017 21:20:07" theglobeandmail.com Air Canada apologizes for bumping 10-year-old boy from flight to Costa Rica Air Canada has apologized to a P.E.I. family after they were told their flight was oversold and their son had been bumped A day before their vacation, a P.E.I. family tried to check in online. They couldn't select a seat for their son. The Air Canada flight was oversold and the 10-year-old had been bumped.
"17.04.2017 21:14:18" theglobeandmail.com Pot for the people: Ontario needs a public health-oriented cannabis system Ontario has various options, but ought to choose, combine and manage them wisely. Opinion: "Getting the retail distribution system for cannabis right will crucially determine public-health impacts."
"17.04.2017 20:46:09" theglobeandmail.com North Korea accuses U.S. of creating 'dangerous situation' for nuclear war North Korea 'ready to react' to any U.S. military action, North Korean deputy UN ambassador says North Korea's deputy U.N. ambassador said the U.S. turned the Korean Peninsula into “the world's biggest hotspot” and created “a dangerous situation in which a thermonuclear war may break out at any moment.”
"17.04.2017 20:30:00" Opinion: Is diversity to blame for falling sales in the comic ... Is diversity to blame for falling sales in the comic book industry? A Marvel VP seems to think so but Jay Odjick, a writer and artist who has made authentic diverse voices work, disagrees. Here's his take:
"17.04.2017 20:20:23" theglobeandmail.com Ibbitson: Trudeau's Liberals - a midterm report card From trade to the military, Canadians have seen enough of the government in action to decide if Justin Trudeau will get their vote again Opinion: "By now, you should have seen enough to decide whether you're inclined to vote for Justin Trudeau in the next election."
"17.04.2017 19:59:06" theglobeandmail.com Federal spies, lawyers schooled in honesty after fallout over warrants Federal Court ruling saw judges complain that CSIS officials and their Department of Justice counsel have not been forthright enough during their warrant applications Faced with what's being called an “urgent need” to win back the trust of judges, federal-government spies and their lawyers are trying to learn how to be more honest in court.
"17.04.2017 19:41:17" theglobeandmail.com Girls gone mild: Era-defining series ends with hugs and motherhood Classic Lena Dunham in the finale: slyly shifting an intensely selfish, irritating character toward empathy from the audience and making the character emblematic while adding a touch of caustic comedy Opinion: "As endings go, it was wry rather than majestic or especially meaningful. And as such, it captured the spirit of an important but maddening series." John Doyle Critic Writer Soccer
"17.04.2017 19:07:40" theglobeandmail.com 'Canadians were not impressed' by federal budget: survey Nanos Research finds slight majority of those polled have overall negative reaction, but large majority want more attention paid to deficit Most Canadians are giving the Liberal government's second budget a thumbs down:
"17.04.2017 18:43:13" theglobeandmail.com The secret to productivity: Laziness Other tips in this compendium: Helping millennial employees with debt and lessons from the Pepsi fiasco and bike riding “People waste years of their lives not being willing to waste hours of their lives. If you mistake busy-ness for importance –which we do a lot – you're not able to see what really is important.”
"17.04.2017 18:21:56" theglobeandmail.com Yakabuski: Provinces should be wary of Quebec's daycare model There is mounting evidence that the $2.4-billion-a-year Quebec system is not the way to go Opinion: "Quebec's attempt at creating a one-size-fits-all public daycare system is hugely expensive for what it delivers."
"17.04.2017 17:55:18" theglobeandmail.com My fudged résumé's coming back to haunt me. What do I do? Albert Einstein once said, “Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters.” Leaving something off your résumé may not be significant, but lying about your employment dates can cause problems.
"17.04.2017 17:29:00" Why do people hate bonds right now? Rob Carrick explains
"17.04.2017 17:28:08" theglobeandmail.com China is paralyzed on looming North Korea threat. Will Trump show restraint? The key to China's policy of non-action on the Korea threat lies more in Chinese domestic factors Opinion: " 'Show restraint' is not the sort of language President Trump tweets."
"17.04.2017 17:05:52" theglobeandmail.com Canada's top cash-back reward credit cards Plus the lighter side of tax time If you prefer tangible cash rewards as opposed to travel points you might never use, now's a great time to pick a cash back card. From Rob Carrick
"17.04.2017 16:42:00" theglobeandmail.com U.S. customs officials release photo of mock IED found at Toronto airport An American man was charged with one count of mischief in connection with the incident Passengers on a United Airlines flight to Chicago were stuck on the tarmac for more than four hours before they could disembark:
"17.04.2017 16:13:01" theglobeandmail.com Climate change stole a Yukon river almost overnight, scientists say. Here's how Its water rerouted by a retreating glacier, the Slims River offers researchers an extreme example of 'river piracy' – one with far-reaching implications for northern waters “To me it's kind of a metaphor for what can happen with sudden change induced by climate.”
"17.04.2017 15:49:42" theglobeandmail.com Doctor prescribed oxycodone for Prince in friend's name: affidavit Documents suggest Prince was struggling with an addiction to prescription opioids A doctor who saw Prince in the days before he died had prescribed oxycodone under the name of Prince's friend to protect the musician's privacy, according to an affidavit unsealed Monday.
"17.04.2017 15:27:02" theglobeandmail.com How Canada's marijuana legislation will affect employers As with alcohol, legalization of recreational marijuana will not give employees the right to freely use marijuana in the workplace As with alcohol, legalization of recreational marijuana will not give employees the right to freely use marijuana in the workplace.
"17.04.2017 15:05:09" theglobeandmail.com Some tips for banishing the five thieves of happiness Happiness is an inner feeling, a natural state, but unfortunately we can often prevent ourselves from enjoying it, John Izzo outlines in his book “Realize how these five thieves rob you of happiness every day and imagine what your life could be like if you changed these mindsets.”
"17.04.2017 14:43:51" theglobeandmail.com Prince Harry shares mental-health struggles after Diana's death Prince Harry tells The Daily Telegraph he 'shut down all his emotions' for nearly 20 years The 32-year-old prince said that he had nearly suffered breakdowns since his mother's 1997 death in a car crash and had needed counselling in his late 20s.
"17.04.2017 14:19:34" theglobeandmail.com The collateral damage of legalizing marijuana The government should immediately announce its intentions to ensure the world is not left to wonder for too long whether Canada even cares about international law Opinion: While there may be significant health and social benefits from legalizing cannabis, we must not allow international law to become collateral damage in the pursuit of other objectives.
"17.04.2017 13:59:04" Timeline Photos 'Closing down sale' Today's editorial cartoon by David Parkins. More cartoons: http://trib.al/iTscNSO
"17.04.2017 13:52:55" Timeline Photos Moment in time: April 17, 1867 - Stirrings of dissent in the Red River Colony:
It would be two years before the Red River Rebellion broke out in what is now Manitoba, but in the spring of 1867 there were already stirrings of dissent in the colony. The
"17.04.2017 13:28:00" theglobeandmail.com North Korean conflict: What's happening, and what could happen next Get caught up on the escalating war of words over Pyongyang's weapons program and what the United States, South Korea and Asian nations are doing about it “The era of strategic patience is over,” Pence warned Pyongyang. Find out what this means as the escalating war of words over North Korea's weapons program heats up.
"17.04.2017 13:07:07" theglobeandmail.com Pence warns North Korea: Don't test U.S. strength, resolve Vice president says, 'The era of strategic patience is over' Pence said that the U.S. “era of strategic patience” with Pyongyang was over.
"17.04.2017 12:45:53" theglobeandmail.com Judges call to reduce court delays in child-protection cases Both judges say they were influenced by the Supreme Court's ruling in R v. Jordan, a drug-trafficking case in which the court established new time limits for criminal trials. The case in Ontario and the new time limits in Manitoba are signs that judges The judges say they were influenced by a Supreme Court ruling that established new time limits for criminal trials, 18 months from charge until trial completion in Provincial Court, and 30 months in Superior Court.
"17.04.2017 12:22:23" theglobeandmail.com Cleveland police urge man who posted video of murder on Facebook to turn self in Officers are searching for Steve Stephens in the Cleveland area and beyond The video of the killing was up on Facebook for about three hours before it was removed.
"17.04.2017 12:01:15" theglobeandmail.com Erdogan tightens grip on Turkey with narrow referendum win The most visible outcome of Sunday's referendum may be a Turkey that is violently divided against itself and ostracized by its neighbours in Europe and the Middle East If recognized, the constitutional changes will make Erdogan not so much an Ottoman-style sultan, but more a president-in-perpetuity, in the mould of Russia's Putin.
"17.04.2017 11:26:00" theglobeandmail.com Morning update: Top stories to start your day Erdogan tightens grip on Turkey; judges seek fewer court delays in child-protection cases; North Korea missile failure provides respite; rush to renewables in Alberta Having trouble staying informed? We've got you covered with our morning newsletter, e-mailed to you each day.
"17.04.2017 11:14:41" theglobeandmail.com After referendum, Turkey is more divided than ever Erdogan has been waging a cultural war to transform Turkey into a technologically modern but socially conservative society. Those who oppose his vision and conception of Turkish identity are, as far as he is concerned, treasonous. It is his supporters who Opinion: "Mr. Erdogan has won his greater powers, at a great cost to Turkey's future."
"17.04.2017 10:28:24" theglobeandmail.com NHL playoff roundup: Canadiens, Oilers take lead in series; Penguins, Blues take command Here you'll find the latest news and results from the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs Playing sound defence, with a dash of timely scoring, both the Edmonton Oilers and Canadiens de Montréal regained home-ice advantage in their first-round series.
"17.04.2017 02:05:26" theglobeandmail.com B.C. election transit promises called 'blatant vote-buying' Provincial parties accused of damaging regional transportation planning with their positions on bridge tolls “It may be good politics but it's bad public policy.”
"17.04.2017 01:56:01" Photos from The Globe and Mail's post Celebration and protest as Turkey's president wins historic referendum with slim majority. tgam.ca/2oh35g7
"17.04.2017 01:27:01" theglobeandmail.com How a bankrupt shipper's blunder turned into a bureaucratic nightmare for Ottawa More than five months after 35 shipping containers fell off an international cargo ship, scattering huge pieces of debris across the coastline near Tofino, the hunks of metal and bits of Styrofoam remain along the coast. The question of who is responsible As the federal government begins to flesh out details of its Oceans Protection Plan, it remains unclear who will clean up debris in a cargo spill near Tofino, B.C.
"17.04.2017 01:03:01" theglobeandmail.com Couple en route to their wedding booted off United Airlines flight The couple were removed from a United Airlines flight in Houston for not following crew instructions They moved to empty seats because another passenger was asleep in their seats. They insisted they complied with a flight attendant to return to their proper seats, but an air marshal came onboard and asked they get off.
"17.04.2017 00:35:21" theglobeandmail.com Adam Maier-Clayton's death renews debate on assisted-dying access for those with mental illness Following the 27-year-old man's suicide, advocates say Ottawa's 2016 legislation discriminates against people with mental illnesses The death of Mr. Maier-Clayton, an advocate for extending the right to a medically assisted death to those suffering from severe psychological distress, is likely to intensify the assisted-dying debate.
"16.04.2017 23:58:53" theglobeandmail.com Ibbitson: The international community must respond to attacks on gay men in Chechnya Journalists and human rights groups say Chechen authorities are rounding up and torturing homosexual men at detention centres, with three reportedly killed If a systemic, violent, sometimes lethal attack on homosexuals is under way in Chechnya, then the international community will have to do more than protest, John Ibbitson writes.
"16.04.2017 23:34:24" theglobeandmail.com Clark: A dirty little secret about governments? No matter the party, they all like to avoid scrutiny Here's a political trivia question: Which prime minister, Stephen Harper or Justin Trudeau, ran on the open-government promise to strengthen the Access to Information Act, but then delayed and made lame excuses and failed to deliver?
It's a trick Both Conservatives and Liberals ran on promises of access-to-information reform while in opposition but, once in power, began backtracking, Campbell Clark writes.
"16.04.2017 23:13:07" theglobeandmail.com Number of asylum claims lodged in Canada from Mexico rose again in March New figures from the Immigration and Refugee Board show that March recorded the highest number yet of new claims in 2017 New figures show that March recorded the highest number yet of new claims in 2017 – 110, up from 85 in February and 71 in January, for a total of 266 this year. In all of 2016, there were 241 such claims.
"16.04.2017 22:52:24" theglobeandmail.com Justice Minister defends 14-year maximum sentence for providing cannabis to minors Federal Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould said she will not apologize for the 'strict penalties' outlined in the the Cannabis Act, through which the main goal is to prevent young people from accessing cannabis The penalties for providing marijuana to a minor would be much more severe than those currently in place in relation to alcohol.
"16.04.2017 22:30:40" theglobeandmail.com Canola oil: From Canada's fields to the world's kitchens Still, Canadian farmers in 2016 harvested canola worth about $8.6-billion, making it the most valuable field crop by revenue. Canola production has doubled in the past 10 years, to more than 18 million tonnes in 2016, as global demand has soared. The tiny seeds were long crushed for their multipurpose oil, but the end result was unhealthy. Until, a Canadian weeded out the bad and gave the world a new crop.