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The Rise of the Child-Friendly Luxury Kitchen

Designers cook up deluxe child-friendly spaces to include under-counter refrigerators, playrooms for dining, islands suited to homework and washable bar stools.
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The Rise of the Child-Friendly Luxury Kitchen

Designers cook up deluxe child-friendly spaces to include under-counter refrigerators, playrooms for dining, islands suited to homework and washable bar stools.

Can Men Wear a Baseball Cap Without Looking Like a Frat Boy?

On one hand, the style is commonly associated with the immature. On the other, many designers are proposing sophisticated-looking ‘dad caps.’ We debate both sides.
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Can Men Wear a Baseball Cap Without Looking Like a Frat Boy?

On one hand, the style is commonly associated with the immature. On the other, many designers are proposing sophisticated-looking ‘dad caps.’ We debate both sides.

Why Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness Can't Give Up His Old iPhone

The grooming guru from Netflix’s ‘Queer Eye’ on obsessively replaying gymnastics videos, his most essential hygiene tool and his beloved iPhone 7 Plus.
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Why Queer Eye's Jonathan Van Ness Can't Give Up His Old iPhone

The grooming guru from Netflix’s ‘Queer Eye’ on obsessively replaying gymnastics videos, his most essential hygiene tool and his beloved iPhone 7 Plus.

Judge releases dashcam video of fatal crash after speeding driver's acquittal

A B.C. judge has released a dashcam video of a high-speed crash that killed a Vancouver doctor in 2015. The driver of the car was found to be going 119 km/h in a 50 km/h zone at the point of impact, but was acquitted in May of dangerous driving causing death.
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Judge releases dashcam video of fatal crash after speeding driver's acquittal

A B.C. judge has released a dashcam video of a high-speed crash that killed a Vancouver doctor in 2015. The driver of the car was found to be going 119 km/h in a 50 km/h zone at the point of impact, but was acquitted in May of dangerous driving causing death.

'He was biting so deep': Woman attacked by bear while camping

A Saskatchewan woman needed 34 staples in her leg and suffered psychological trauma after she was attacked by a black bear while camping in a provincial park.
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'He was biting so deep': Woman attacked by bear while camping

A Saskatchewan woman needed 34 staples in her leg and suffered psychological trauma after she was attacked by a black bear while camping in a provincial park.

Girl, 9, in serious condition after dog attack in Saskatchewan

A 9-year-old girl is in serious condition at a Saskatoon hospital after she was attacked by two dogs on the Fishing Lake First Nation.
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Girl, 9, in serious condition after dog attack in Saskatchewan

A 9-year-old girl is in serious condition at a Saskatoon hospital after she was attacked by two dogs on the Fishing Lake First Nation.

Murder charges laid after man pushed in front of Toronto subway train

Toronto police say a 57-year-old man faces a first-degree murder change in the death of a man who was apparently pushed in front of a train at one of the city's busiest subway stations Monday morning.
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Murder charges laid after man pushed in front of Toronto subway train

Toronto police say a 57-year-old man faces a first-degree murder change in the death of a man who was apparently pushed in front of a train at one of the city's busiest subway stations Monday morning.

Shorter, Better, Faster, Stronger? Kanye West Tries Mini-Albums

Kanye West is betting that good things can come from small packages. The rapper has produced five minialbums, which are making waves in a music industry where bigger has increasingly been seen as better.
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Shorter, Better, Faster, Stronger? Kanye West Tries Mini-Albums

Kanye West is betting that good things can come from small packages. The rapper has produced five minialbums, which are making waves in a music industry where bigger has increasingly been seen as better.

'Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage' Review: A Voyage Into the Past

The American artist’s works now at the Wadsworth Atheneum, inspired by his only trip to Europe and the Middle East, deployed the glories of nature and meteorology to emphasize those of human history.
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'Frederic Church: A Painter's Pilgrimage' Review: A Voyage Into the Past

The American artist’s works now at the Wadsworth Atheneum, inspired by his only trip to Europe and the Middle East, deployed the glories of nature and meteorology to emphasize those of human history.

'Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album' Review: Sitting in the Studio With Coltrane

The recording of a 1963 session with the saxophonist was purged from ABC Records’ storage in the 1970s—luckily, a second copy survived.
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'Both Directions at Once: The Lost Album' Review: Sitting in the Studio With Coltrane

The recording of a 1963 session with the saxophonist was purged from ABC Records’ storage in the 1970s—luckily, a second copy survived.

Trump Readies More Tariffs for China

President Donald Trump launched a pre-emptive strike in the trade conflict with China, directing his aides to identify $200 billion in Chinese goods for new 10% tariffs—in case Beijing retaliates against the tariffs the U.S. imposed earlier this month.
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Trump Readies More Tariffs for China

President Donald Trump launched a pre-emptive strike in the trade conflict with China, directing his aides to identify $200 billion in Chinese goods for new 10% tariffs—in case Beijing retaliates against the tariffs the U.S. imposed earlier this month.

Canada tracking Trump's border crackdown to see if U.S. remains safe for asylum seekers

Canada is monitoring the impact of U.S. President Donald Trump's «zero-tolerance» migrant policy - which has led to the forcible detention of thousands of children - to determine if the U.S. remains a safe country for asylum seekers.
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Canada tracking Trump's border crackdown to see if U.S. remains safe for asylum seekers

Canada is monitoring the impact of U.S. President Donald Trump's «zero-tolerance» migrant policy - which has led to the forcible detention of thousands of children - to determine if the U.S. remains a safe country for asylum seekers.

Mosque shooter doesn't deserve consecutive life sentences, defence pleads

Alexandre Bissonnette — who killed six men in a Quebec City mosque last year — does not embody the same psychopathic traits as Canada's worst serial killers, and should be granted the right to ask for parole in 25 years, his lawyers pleaded on Monday.
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Mosque shooter doesn't deserve consecutive life sentences, defence pleads

Alexandre Bissonnette — who killed six men in a Quebec City mosque last year — does not embody the same psychopathic traits as Canada's worst serial killers, and should be granted the right to ask for parole in 25 years, his lawyers pleaded on Monday.

Ethics watchdog clears Bill Morneau in pension bill fallout

Finance Minister Bill Morneau wasn't in a conflict of interest when he introduced a pension bill in the House of Commons while he still owned shares in his family's pension company, according to the ethics commissioner.
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Ethics watchdog clears Bill Morneau in pension bill fallout

Finance Minister Bill Morneau wasn't in a conflict of interest when he introduced a pension bill in the House of Commons while he still owned shares in his family's pension company, according to the ethics commissioner.

South Korea suspends wheat and flour sales from Canada over GMO plants found in Alberta

South Korea has joined Japan in suspending trade in Canadian wheat following the discovery of a small number of genetically modified plants in southern Alberta.
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South Korea suspends wheat and flour sales from Canada over GMO plants found in Alberta

South Korea has joined Japan in suspending trade in Canadian wheat following the discovery of a small number of genetically modified plants in southern Alberta.

'Allergic to life': Parents seek solution to Alberta boy's mysterious condition

A six-year-old boy in Mannville, Alta., is limited in where he can go and what he can eat as part of his parents' efforts to protect him from things that trigger painful reactions.
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'Allergic to life': Parents seek solution to Alberta boy's mysterious condition

A six-year-old boy in Mannville, Alta., is limited in where he can go and what he can eat as part of his parents' efforts to protect him from things that trigger painful reactions.

Quebec City mosque shooter's lawyers make plea for clemency

Alexandre Bissonnette — who killed six men in a Quebec City mosque last year — should be eligible for parole in 25 years, his lawyers said today, in the final week of sentencing arguments for the 28-year-old.
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Quebec City mosque shooter's lawyers make plea for clemency

Alexandre Bissonnette — who killed six men in a Quebec City mosque last year — should be eligible for parole in 25 years, his lawyers said today, in the final week of sentencing arguments for the 28-year-old.

Coroner declined to perform autopsy on Wettlaufer victim, inquiry hears

A coroner declined to perform an autopsy on one of the victims of an Ontario nurse who killed elderly patients in her care despite the recommendations of other health professionals, a public inquiry heard Monday.
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Coroner declined to perform autopsy on Wettlaufer victim, inquiry hears

A coroner declined to perform an autopsy on one of the victims of an Ontario nurse who killed elderly patients in her care despite the recommendations of other health professionals, a public inquiry heard Monday.

No safe home for N.S. woman with intellectual disability, witness tells inquiry

A Nova Scotia official told a human rights hearing today she wanted to house a woman with intellectual disabilities outside of a psychiatric ward but she couldn't find a safe location.
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No safe home for N.S. woman with intellectual disability, witness tells inquiry

A Nova Scotia official told a human rights hearing today she wanted to house a woman with intellectual disabilities outside of a psychiatric ward but she couldn't find a safe location.

People may have started downtown fire in Brandon, caused $25M in damages

A massive blaze that burned through historic buildings in downtown Brandon last month caused about $25 million in damages and police now say it may have been started by people.
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People may have started downtown fire in Brandon, caused $25M in damages

A massive blaze that burned through historic buildings in downtown Brandon last month caused about $25 million in damages and police now say it may have been started by people.

Japan Views China as Ally in Trump Trade Fight

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, after years of skirmishing with China over territory and security, is now promoting a rapprochement with Beijing that reflects Tokyo’s need for allies in upholding the postwar free-trading system amid President Donald Tru
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Japan Views China as Ally in Trump Trade Fight

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, after years of skirmishing with China over territory and security, is now promoting a rapprochement with Beijing that reflects Tokyo’s need for allies in upholding the postwar free-trading system amid President Donald Trump’s tough line on trade.

Merkel's Government Avoids Collapse Over Migrant Battle, at Least for Now

German Chancellor Angela Merkel secured a two-week reprieve in her confrontation with her coalition partner, averting at least temporarily avoiding a collapse of her government over migrants.
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Merkel's Government Avoids Collapse Over Migrant Battle, at Least for Now

German Chancellor Angela Merkel secured a two-week reprieve in her confrontation with her coalition partner, averting at least temporarily avoiding a collapse of her government over migrants.

Corruption whistleblower calls for ouster of Quebec Liberals

The Liberals must be defeated in October's election in order to properly clean up Quebec politics, says a former star witness in the province's corruption inquiry.
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Corruption whistleblower calls for ouster of Quebec Liberals

The Liberals must be defeated in October's election in order to properly clean up Quebec politics, says a former star witness in the province's corruption inquiry.

'Jungle humidity': Canadians feeling the heat in summer 'dress rehearsal'

Temperatures are soaring across the country as desert-hot air hits Western Canada and tropical humidity covers Ontario in what experts are calling a summer “dress rehearsal.”
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'Jungle humidity': Canadians feeling the heat in summer 'dress rehearsal'

Temperatures are soaring across the country as desert-hot air hits Western Canada and tropical humidity covers Ontario in what experts are calling a summer “dress rehearsal.”

Dogs saved from Korean meat farm are recovering well in Montreal shelter

Fifty terrified dogs and puppies rescued from crammed cages on a South Korean dog meat farm are on their way to becoming pets in Canada.
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Dogs saved from Korean meat farm are recovering well in Montreal shelter

Fifty terrified dogs and puppies rescued from crammed cages on a South Korean dog meat farm are on their way to becoming pets in Canada.

Indigenous man about two metres from homeowner's shotgun blast, court hears

A forensic pathologist has told a murder trial that a homeowner near Hamilton shot an alleged thief from about two metres.
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Indigenous man about two metres from homeowner's shotgun blast, court hears

A forensic pathologist has told a murder trial that a homeowner near Hamilton shot an alleged thief from about two metres.

Ford orders public sector hiring freeze, excludes essential frontline staff

Ontario's incoming premier has put the public service under a hiring freeze as part of a series of measures meant to limit spending as he re-examines the province's books.
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Ford orders public sector hiring freeze, excludes essential frontline staff

Ontario's incoming premier has put the public service under a hiring freeze as part of a series of measures meant to limit spending as he re-examines the province's books.

Merkel Gets Ultimatum on Immigration Challenge

Chancellor Angela Merkel was handed a two-week ultimatum by her coalition partners to secure a European deal allowing German police to turn back some migrants at the border, a senior lawmaker said, potentially buying time to settle a standoff that has threate
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Merkel Gets Ultimatum on Immigration Challenge

Chancellor Angela Merkel was handed a two-week ultimatum by her coalition partners to secure a European deal allowing German police to turn back some migrants at the border, a senior lawmaker said, potentially buying time to settle a standoff that has threatened to topple her government.

Pro-Business Ivan Duque Wins Colombian Presidency

The 41-year-old lawyer who spent much of his working life in Washington policy circles was elected in a vote in which Colombians were presented with two starkly different approaches for modernizing the country.
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Pro-Business Ivan Duque Wins Colombian Presidency

The 41-year-old lawyer who spent much of his working life in Washington policy circles was elected in a vote in which Colombians were presented with two starkly different approaches for modernizing the country.

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