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School boards have struggled to keep pace with the boom in high-rise construction, leaving many families with difficult commutes.

More schools needed near Toronto condos to keep up with family boom

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The cause of the blaze and precise number of casualties remained undetermined hours after flames engulfed the two-story structure that occupied about half a city block and housed a cluttered warren of artists’ studios, craft booths, antiques and furniture.

Warehouse party fire kills at least nine in California, fears death toll will rise

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When she arrives in Vancouver, Alberta's premier may find the gap between what her province wants and what residents of the Lower Mainland will accept will be unbridgeable.

Alberta's Notley in for a rough B.C. welcome on Trans Mountain mission

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The Vancouver Art Gallery has launched a provocative triennial tribute to the city’s artists

The Vancouver Art Gallery begins new series featuring local contemporary artists

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Having trouble going to bed? It might be time to cut out sugary drinks.

More research ties sugary drinks to poor sleep

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Advocates of micro-housing are looking for changes to zoning bylaws that they say are stunting an industry’s growth.

Lack of tiny home legislation prompts big fights

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The days of warehouses bustling with workers to pick boxes and fill orders could soon be a thing of the past.

Robots in warehouses: Job killers or indispensable?

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yesterday at 23:40. Facebook
Justin Trudeau failed in his sacred duty to respect the Title and Rights of indigenous peoples, Stewart Phillip, President of the Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs, writes in Globe Opinion

Prime Minister: You failed to do your job by approving pipelines

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yesterday at 22:38. Facebook
The World Health Organization has lifted its emergency on the virus, but some precautions are still in order before planning a vacation south.

Should the Zika virus still factor into your travel planning?

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yesterday at 22:17. Facebook
"The kind of contrition his conduct demands can only be expressed in an a resignation and that is something Justice Camp has said he will not do and so here we are." From Globe Opinion

Southey: Somehow, ‘AAAGGHH!’ was left out of the Robin Camp judicial review

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yesterday at 21:55. Facebook
Two new books on class and racism in America undermine the Trump-ed up myth of American exceptionalism.

Review: 'White Trash' and 'White Rage' undermine the myth of American exceptionalism

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yesterday at 21:34. Facebook
The Iron Curtain Trail, which spans 9,000 kilometres, cyclists can tour the line that divided Europe for decades.

Biking through Estonia’s post-Soviet landscape

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yesterday at 21:13. Facebook
For this traveller, walking through the nighttime paths of the Solomon Islands was both harrowing and majestic.

A moonlit stroll through lightless streets of the Solomon Islands

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yesterday at 20:13. Facebook
"There is darkness, and there is light. In daytime, the darkness is mostly around the edges, but at night, it is everywhere."

Born deaf and now losing his vision, Merico Tesolin is finding light in the dark

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yesterday at 18:54. Facebook
Is Canada's city of losers ready to win a championship?

Toronto FC leads city’s sports resurgence in MLS championship

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yesterday at 18:29. Facebook
Through Bana Alabed's 140 characters the world is witnessing a tragedy unfold in real time. From Globe Opinion

Renzetti: Will the tweets of a seven-year-old girl in Aleppo shock us into action?

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yesterday at 17:57. Facebook
New ski dating apps are helping solo skiers single out their slopeside soulmates all over North America.

Apps and ‘chairlift dating’ help skiers find soulmates on the slopes

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yesterday at 17:35. Facebook
Freedom from commercial pressures would allow the institution the chance to innovate its informational offerings, Kate Taylor writes.

Ad-free CBC could serve as a rallying point for Canadian creativity

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yesterday at 17:12. Facebook
Some Air Miles collectors who scrambled to spend their points before the expiry date are frustrated by LoyaltyOne’s abrupt decision to reverse the policy.

'A whole new … frustration': Air Miles faces fresh backlash

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yesterday at 16:48. Facebook
It has become acceptable for many to speak openly against Jews, Doug Saunders writes in Globe Opinion.

Europe’s Jews have reason to fear today’s political climate

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