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The Society for News Design and the Danish newspaper Politiken invited cartoonists and illustrators from all over the globe to submit their favourite Donald Trump cartoon. Here are some of the best, as Trump marks 100 days in office. More here: [ Thestar.com Link ]
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Nicolas Michelakos
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Liu and Guest spent months becoming more and more disillusioned by Toronto’s competitive real-estate market, and even started looking at residential properties, ready to give up on their dream of a work/live space. After being outbid by $300,000 for a bungalow, they reconsidered the "Green Beast."
Liu and Guest spent months becoming more and more disillusioned by Torontos
The Toronto Star
The Toronto Star
yesterday at 20:05. Facebook
Liu and Guest spent months becoming more and more disillusioned by Toronto’s competitive real-estate market, and even started looking at residential properties, ready to give up on their dream of a work/live space. After being outbid by $300,000 for a bungalow, they reconsidered the "Green Beast."
Liu and Guest spent months becoming more and more disillusioned by Torontos
The Toronto Star
The Toronto Star
yesterday at 20:05. Facebook
Liu and Guest spent months becoming more and more disillusioned by Toronto’s competitive real-estate market, and even started looking at residential properties, ready to give up on their dream of a work/live space. After being outbid by $300,000 for a bungalow, they reconsidered the "Green Beast."
Liu and Guest spent months becoming more and more disillusioned by Torontos
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The Toronto Star
yesterday at 19:35. Facebook
Trump seems obsessed with appearing “tough” and using military force as a way of imposing his will — rather than being driven by consistency or ideology.
Trump seems obsessed with appearing tough and using military force as a

If the world thought it could divine a ‘Trump Doctrine,’ it must be...

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Marco Kedrick
Gary Ferguson
Leslie Tee
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The Toronto Star
yesterday at 19:05. Facebook
They got hitched, bought a house and had a baby — all against the backdrop of the costliest natural disaster in Canadian history.
They got hitched bought a house and had a baby all against

First comes fire, then comes marriage — one Fort McMurray couple had a...

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yesterday at 18:35. Facebook
In a social media post Harjit Sajjan says he made a mistake by describing himself as the architect of Operation Medusa in 2006. [ Thestar.com Link ]
In a social media post Harjit Sajjan says he made a mistake

Harjit Sajjan apologizes for claiming he was architect of Canada’s...

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Frederick Hollinger
Peter McGrath
Brian Byrne
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The Toronto Star
yesterday at 18:05. Facebook
With the Conservative crown slipping from his grasp, Kevin O’Leary settled on becoming kingmaker earlier this week. But will the decision to throw his support to Maxime Bernier do the trick? On that the evidence is mixed, writes Chantal Hébert.
With the Conservative crown slipping from his grasp Kevin OLeary settled on

Recent history shows there are no guarantees in O’Leary’s kingmaker...

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Peter Turley
Gary Ferguson
Paul MacDonald
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The Toronto Star
yesterday at 17:35. Facebook
“We’ve become way too sensitive. You can’t say anything anymore to anybody," says Star Trek fan Nick Troller.
Weve become way too sensitive You cant say anything anymore to anybody

Manitoba insurance revokes Star Trek fan’s licence plate, says message...

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David Ellis
Paul Cameron
Tom Pearson
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yesterday at 17:05. Facebook
The divide between documentary fact and dramatic fiction has never seemed flimsier, especially at this year’s Hot Docs festival.
The divide between documentary fact and dramatic fiction has never seemed flimsier

Is it truth? Is it fiction? Hot Docs films find Hollywood counterparts:...

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The Toronto Star
yesterday at 16:35. Facebook
Before and after his victory, Trump has proven uniquely willing to lie, exaggerate and mislead. By all expert accounts, the president is more frequently inaccurate than any president before.
Before and after his victory Trump has proven uniquely willing to lie

Donald Trump has said 213 false things in his first 100 days. Here are...

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Andrew Steven
Brian Whetstone
Alison Chapman
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yesterday at 16:05. Facebook
It’s worth the cost and effort of getting vaccinated to avoid infection and ailments associated with germs, and bug and animal bites, common to regions we visit.
Its worth the cost and effort of getting vaccinated to avoid infection

Travel Smart: Don’t leave travel vaccines to the last minute

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The Toronto Star
yesterday at 15:33. Facebook
If Jesus was alive today "I would think that he would have an Instagram account, I think he would wear similar clothes to what we wear, I think he would hang out at Trinity-Bellwoods and he’d probably drink coffee from many of the cafes that we go to today," muses pastor Sam Picken of C3 Church Toronto.
If Jesus was alive today I would think that he would have

Why are millenials flocking to Toronto’s C3 church?

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David J. Driver
Julian Simon
Janet Scheffler
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yesterday at 15:05. Facebook
“Enjoy part of the refund when it arrives. Then get serious with the rest,” Gordon Pape writes.
Enjoy part of the refund when it arrives Then get serious with

What to do once you’ve received your tax refund: Pape

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Sandra Clarke
Peggy McNiff
Debbie Mundier Moorman
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yesterday at 15:05. Facebook
What do chocolate bars, garbage bags, the Blackberry, and Bloody Caesars have in common? Nothing eh? Except that they’re all Canadian inventions. As we count down the days to #Canada150, we’re taking a pit stop to look at some of the most innovative and practical Canadian creations that have changed the world. So lay back into your Muskoka chair and let’s give’r heritage moments the True North...
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What do chocolate bars garbage bags the Blackberry and Bloody Caesars have
Ber E. Fish
Debbie Mundier Moorman
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yesterday at 14:34. Facebook
"Here, can you hold my brain until I get back? Because I’m going to do something really, really stupid."
Here can you hold my brain until I get back Because Im

Thrill-seeking in the age of social media: DiManno

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Joanne Ryan
Luis Tavares
Dwight Williams
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yesterday at 14:05. Facebook
From badass to beating a retreat. Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is offering some clarification around his claim that he was the “architect” of the biggest Canadian military offensive against the Taliban in Afghanistan.
From badass to beating a retreat Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan is offering

Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan pays price for rash battlefield boast

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Usman Fayyaz
Chris Bespalko
Charles Rocco Thomas
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yesterday at 13:48. Facebook
The early tenure of the first reality-television president has been dramatic in the way that old soap operas are dramatic: captivating characters, multiple convoluted plotlines, not much changing any time soon, writes the Star's Daniel Dale
The early tenure of the first realitytelevision president has been dramatic in

Donald Trump’s 100-day gong show mostly plays by the rules

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Catherine MacAskill
Rob Bauer
Doug Magee
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yesterday at 13:45. Facebook
With smartphone health apps, health-related wearable technology and real-time access to medical records, patients are relying less and less on their doctors to interpret a growing range of specific medical data.
With smartphone health apps healthrelated wearable technology and realtime acces

Dr. Robot will see you now

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yesterday at 13:05. Facebook
The York Region District School Board has approved a plan for extensive equity and governance training for trustees and senior staff to meet the deadlines for the first set of directives set out by the education ministry after a scathing report that documented widespread dysfunction in the board.
The York Region District School Board has approved a plan for extensive

York Region trustees to undergo training in wake of scathing report

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Dave Mathers
Bart Zybura