Opinion: The agency continues to ignore basic facts about the dangers of placing inmates in solitary confinement for long periods of time.
Opinion The agency continues to ignore basic facts about the dangers of

Editorial: Correctional Service Canada makes a lame attempt at reforming solitary

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Chris Block
Roy Canning
Kieran Devine
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yesterday at 23:44. Facebook
The Canadian History Hall at the Canadian Museum of History will cover 13,000 years to explain the evolution of human presence in the country.
The Canadian History Hall at the Canadian Museum of History will cover

Canadian Museum of History aims to avoid CBC’s pitfalls with new exhibit

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Mark Leslie Smith
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yesterday at 23:20. Facebook
More than $3-million worth of lobster is at the centre of a complex, international case involving fraud and theft allegations against three men from southwestern Nova Scotia.
More than 3million worth of lobster is at the centre of a

Lobster fraud: Three Nova Scotia men charged in $3-million international case

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Steve Ogden
Christopher Trider
Sabbas J. D'Souza
The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
yesterday at 22:58. Facebook
They found that two-thirds of Canadians born between 1970 and 1984 had a family income that either matched or topped what their parents made when they were the same age.
They found that twothirds of Canadians born between 1970 and 1984 had

Income levels holding pace, if not better, for 30-somethings, Statscan finds

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Marcus Waldemar
Amanda Olson
Rico Garcia
The Globe and Mail
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yesterday at 22:34. Facebook
Editorial: "While Canada’s middle-income earners still face their share of challenges, by many measures they are holding up well relative to a decade or two ago."
Editorial While Canadas middleincome earners still face their share of challenges by

Globe editorial: Wait. What if we’re not actually worse off than our parents?

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Jamie Davidson
Steve Davy
Russ Goodwin
The Globe and Mail
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yesterday at 22:01. Facebook
Opinion: "For decades, Canada and other Western nations have acted as free riders, protected by U.S. military might and the U.S. will to rule. That protection is now temporarily impaired. Others must step up."
Opinion For decades Canada and other Western nations have acted as free

Ibbitson: Western leaders must keep alliances until U.S. comes to its senses

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Brian J. Lowry
Mark Beemer
Charlie Watt
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yesterday at 21:03. Facebook
Helping your kids buy a house is a fact of life for many parents, but you could be putting them into a situation they can’t handle, Rob Carrick writes.
Helping your kids buy a house is a fact of life for

Carrick: Are we pushing millennials into a financial abyss of home ownership?

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Erik Pali
Steph Anne
Danny Waugh
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The Globe and Mail
yesterday at 20:41. Facebook
Two years ago, Sheryl Sandberg’s husband of 11 years, Silicon Valley executive Dave Goldberg, died from a cardiac arrhythmia while the couple was on vacation in Mexico. The Globe spoke to her about her latest book on finding resilience in the face of tragedy.
Two years ago Sheryl Sandbergs husband of 11 years Silicon Valley executive

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg on making the most of option B

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yesterday at 20:08. Facebook
A corruption probe brought most of Brazil's parliamentarians under suspicion – and the list of those whose reputations are still intact is very, very short. The Globe set out on a journey to see who’s still clean and how they work with dirty politics.
A corruption probe brought most of Brazils parliamentarians under suspicion and the

In Brazil’s crooked politics, is anybody playing fair? A search for an honest political player

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yesterday at 19:45. Facebook
The Bank of England Governor poked fun at the drinking habits of one of his predecessors before realizing he was being pranked.
The Bank of England Governor poked fun at the drinking habits of

’I will drink the martini’: Bank of England’s Mark Carney tricked by email prankster

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yesterday at 19:19. Facebook
Nearly 180,000 absentee ballots will be added to the results of B.C.’s extremely close provincial election and there will be recounts in two ridings. Here’s what you need to know about the process.
Nearly 180000 absentee ballots will be added to the results of BCs

The final count of B.C.’s ballots: What you need to know

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yesterday at 18:58. Facebook
Opinion: "As an adult, I can tell myself that I am more likely to be killed by a falling vending machine than a suicide bomber. It’s much harder to apply the same logic to threats directed at children."
Opinion As an adult I can tell myself that I am more

Renzetti: Why terror attacks on children are truly terrifying

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Richard Colvin
David Godwin
Ron Schick
The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
yesterday at 18:37. Facebook
Opinion: The Liberals 43-per-cent support is higher than when they won in 2015, but one should not underestimate the absence of an alternative for voters to mobilize around
Opinion The Liberals 43percent support is higher than when they won in

Nanos: Could Trudeau’s sunny days be coming to an end?

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Chris Land
Bill Ferguson
Brian Craig
The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
yesterday at 18:15. Facebook
kids may not want to sit next to unvaccinated students at school, work on projects with them or go on a play date at the child’s house, said the study's lead author
kids may not want to sit next to unvaccinated students at school

Kids who aren't vaccinated stigmatized more than their parents: study

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Matt Garis
Kevin Brushett
Robin Merrifield
The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
yesterday at 17:53. Facebook
John Brennan said he became so concerned about Russian interference that he convened a group of officials from the CIA, FBI and National Security Agency in late July to focus exclusively on the issue
John Brennan said he became so concerned about Russian interference that he

Russia warned against U.S. election meddling: ex-CIA head

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Bob Mead
Lou Masi
Ann Cipriani
The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
yesterday at 17:32. Facebook
Opinion: There was something different about Monday’s Manchester attack. It marked a new threshold of terrorism, and is likely to change British life in important ways
Opinion There was something different about Mondays Manchester attack It marked a

Saunders: The Manchester attack will change British life for the worse

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Olga Tka
Katherine Awadalla
Bill Ferguson
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yesterday at 17:09. Facebook
The budget would slash healthcare and food assistance programs for the poor while boosting military spending and making a $1.6-billion down payment to begin building a wall
The budget would slash healthcare and food assistance programs for the poor

Trump seeks to slash $3.6-trillion of government spending in budget

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Bill Ferguson
Eleanor Suds
Gregory Pearsoll
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yesterday at 16:46. Facebook
Opinion: As Canada prepares for NAFTA renegotiation, we need to focus on our common interest and avoid a drawn-out wrangling over issues such as softwood lumber and dairy
Opinion As Canada prepares for NAFTA renegotiation we need to focus on

Ambrose and Dawson: Time for another ‘Worthwhile Canadian Initiative’

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Greg Foard
Paula Sarah
Leona Malcolm
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yesterday at 16:33. Facebook
Images from fatal bomb attack in Manchester at Ariana Grande concert. At least 22 people, including children, are dead and more than 50 are injured.
Images from fatal bomb attack in Manchester at Ariana Grande concert At
Ivan Pracepa
The Globe and Mail
The Globe and Mail
yesterday at 16:30. Facebook
With NAFTA renegotiation talks set to begin, what sectors, jobs and trades are at risk? Who will be the winners? Join The Globe and Mail’s National Business Correspondent Barrie McKenna on June 7th as he discusses NAFTA with former Canadian Ambassador to the U.S. Michael Kergin, Director of the Wilson Center’s Canada Institute Laura Dawson, former Deputy Chief Economist at Department of...
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With NAFTA renegotiation talks set to begin what sectors jobs and trades