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Desmarais brothers to step down as CEOs in Power Corp. overhaul
Jeffrey Orr, current CEO of the Power Financial business, takes the top job at a new entity combining the two main units, according to a statement Friday.
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Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
Inherited some money? How to make your windfall pay off
Many Canadians expect to receive an inheritance in their lifetimes, but experts say some people make common mistakes with their cash.
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Thriller lands previously self-published Toronto writer on bestsellers list
Samantha Bailey’s “Woman on the Edge” took six years and hundreds of drafts to get just right
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Vancouver police investigate shooting in downtown Eastside homeless camp
Police were called to Oppenheimer Park around 5:30 p.m. on Thursday and found a man suffering from a gunshot wound. His injuries are non-life-threatening.
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Rain, flurries and warmer temperatures mark mixed bag of weekend weather
Watch out for wind, rain, snow and, yes, a little bit of warmth this weekend.
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Canadian travellers know little about new air passenger rights, poll suggests
Six months into the new regime, it isn't clear how well things have worked.
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Historic vote set in U.S. on articles of impeachment against Donald Trump
Approval of the two charges against the president would send the matter to the full House for a vote expected next week.
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Teen charged with murder in Saskatoon shooting death
Saskatoon police have charged a teenage boy with murder in the city’s 16th homicide of 2019.
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Pager systems used in healthcare could be exposing patient data across Canada
An investigation on CTVNews.ca reveals paging systems used across B.C. could be exposing sensitive health data of patients, and the privacy researcher who first discovered the data breach believes it’s likely happening across the country.
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‘We pulled it off, didn’t we?’: Boris Johnson secures majority in the U.K.
With 649 of the 650 results declared on Friday, the Conservatives had 364 seats and the main opposition Labour Party 203.
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Pedestrian in hospital after being hit by car in Lachine
The 56-year-old man was taken to hospital with injuries, but officials do not fear for his life.
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Fitness trackers for kids: Weighing the pros and cons of wearable technology
Are fitness trackers such as Fitbit Ace 2 and Garmin Vivofit Jr 2 an effective tool to help keep your kids active? Experts weigh the pros and cons of buying a device for your child.
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Mustard Seed and Calgary Co-op creating festive feasts for families in need
The Mustard Seed is calling on Calgary Co-op shoppers to help make sure families in need can enjoy a festive feast this holiday season at the Turkey Ham Jam.
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Chris Selley: New Conservative leader should be beholden to no one
Here was the self-styled middle-class alternative to Justin Trudeau declaring his fealty to a cartel dedicated to inflating milk prices
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A long list of potential replacements for Andrew Scheer that will only get longer
Politics Insider for Dec. 13: Would it have mattered if the leader wasn't Scheer, what led to his resignation and a look at some potential replacements The post A long list of potential replacements for Andrew Scheer that will only get longer appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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5 things to know for Friday, December 13, 2019
Andrew Scheer is resigning as the leader of the Conservative party after rejecting calls to do so for weeks, but is planning to stay on until a replacement is named. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
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Montreal weather: High of plus 1
The temperature is back up in the positive numbers, with rain coming this weekend.
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ASK AMY: Reader weighs in on anti-male bias
Dear Amy: Why in your column is it acceptable to always critique men? We men work harder, die sooner, and register with Selective Service to be sent overseas to be killed at a higher rate than women do. An epidemic of suicide is going on, and women are worried about petty issues regarding men! Don’t […]
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Brownstein: Movie theatres are trying to win back a nation of slugs
Movie-theatre owners are turning theatres into swanky living rooms with booze and high-tech kiddie playlands
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Gazette Christmas Fund: Lifeguard seeks new career to keep her family afloat
“I take my work to heart, and the rest of the people see it as a student job, or something temporary.”
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Canadian businesses brace for ‘Hard Brexit’ following U.K. election results
There are around 600 Canadian companies operating in the U.K., and they've been waiting for more than three years to see what Brexit will bring.
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History Through Our Eyes: Dec. 13, 1968, automation at the supermarket
The new system sped things up at the checkout, which in turn allowed the store to use two fewer cashiers and two fewer wrappers.
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My mother is the living spirit of the Santa Claus Fund
This is why the Toronto Star’s Santa Claus Fund has a special place in my heart. It is the charity to which I can give and feel like I am my mother’s daughter. It is the charity I believe to be most aligned with my mother’s spirit of compassionate giving.
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A view from the fast-moving streaming war
Crave is the homegrown player vying with international giants, and its boss says he has ‘bet the farm’ on it surviving the increasingly crowded market: ‘If someone has to decide on three, they’re going to decide on Crave, Disney Plus and Netflix.’
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‘Don’t, Bob, I know you love me’: Elaine Bellevue’s husband killed her inside their Mississauga home. A trio of 911 calls told her final moments
Elaine Bellevue was the fourth of 14 women and children allegedly killed by current or former intimate partners in GTA last year, one among dozens in recent years.
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‘OK boomer’ and why memes have become meaningless
In the few weeks that the ‘OK boomer’ grassroots movement highlighted the generational divide in ideologies, its ‘meme-charm’ has disappeared.
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Education consultant calls for provincial review of Kingston-area public school board
The expert says he hopes parents will rise up and demand a provincial investigation of Kingston's public school board.
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What Canadian sports award did Bianca Andreescu win this week? Take the Star news quiz
From tennis stars to championship rings to school strikes, have you kept up with the news this week?
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How these Toronto sleuths are exposing the world’s digital spies while risking their own lives
Citizen Lab has found spyware being used to secretly infect mobile phones or computers of political dissidents, human rights activists, journalists and pro-democracy organizations.
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Slower-than-expected economic growth to help Canada's defence spending numbers
The federal government is predicting Canadian defence spending will inch closer to its NATO promises in the coming years than originally expected -- though not because Ottawa is planning to send new money the military's way.
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'He was good for the West:' Sadness, surprise in Saskatchewan over Scheer
Andrew Scheer's resignation as leader of the federal Conservatives has taken some of his Regina constituents by surprise.
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Volkswagen set to propose plea deal on environment charges in Canadian court
Lawyers for German auto giant Volkswagen are set to propose a plea deal in an Ontario court today on allegations that the company broke numerous environmental laws.
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Poll suggests travellers know little about air-passenger rights
New polling results suggest many people boarding flights this holiday season don't know about the Liberal government's new regime outlining air passengers' rights.
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Horoscope for Friday, Dec. 13, 2019
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Dan Fumano: Vancouver council approves first rental buildings under pilot project
Opinion: When the public hearing for the Kitsilano rental project resumes Tuesday, many people will be watching to see which way one of these pilot rental projects goes when faced with sleepless angry homeowners.
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Varvel cartoon Dec. 13
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U.K.'s Johnson claims Brexit mandate as Tories secure majority
Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Conservative Party has won a solid majority of seats in Britain’s Parliament -- a decisive outcome to a Brexit-dominated election that should allow Johnson to fulfill his plan to take the U.K. out of the European Union next month.
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House committee delays historic vote on Trump impeachment
The House Judiciary Committee abruptly postponed a historic vote on articles of impeachment against U.S. President Donald Trump, shutting down a 14-hour session that had been expected to end with the formal charges being sent to the full House for a vote next week.
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OT hero Pettersson lifts Canucks to 1-0 win over Hurricanes
Elias Pettersson scored 40 seconds into overtime to collect his 100th NHL point and give the Vancouver Canucks a 1-0 win over the Carolina Hurricanes Tuesday night.
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REAL SCOOP: Man wounded in Oppenheimer Park shooting
Vancouver Police officers are investigating a shooting in Oppenheimer Park Thursday night that left one man with “non-life-threatening injuries.” VPD Const. Tania Visintin said in a news release that police were called to the park just after 5:30 p.m. and found the victim suffering from a gunshot wound. He was taken to hospital. “Police deployed […]
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Boris Johnson heads for big majority in election that upends Britain
With counting complete in most districts, Johnson’s Conservatives passed the threshold of 326 seats to give them a majority. A revised forecast predicted the Tories would win 362 of the 650 seats in the House of Commons — 74 more than other parties combined.
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Okotoks family faces child’s deportation: ‘We don’t know what we can do’
An Okotoks, Alta. couple is facing the deportation of one of its family members. Silvana Benolich reports.
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One person hospitalized following shooting in Oppenheimer Park area
Paramedics were driving past the park for an overdose call when they heard gunfire.
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Lamar Jackson rushes to record, Ravens clinch AFC North title
Baltimore quarterback passes Vick for best rushing season by a quarterback.
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International Team continues steady play to maintain lead at Presidents Cup
MELBOURNE, Australia — It looked for a while on Friday as though the Internationals were going to run away and hide at the Presidents Cup, but Ernie Els team will head to the weekend with the same three point lead they had after day one. Each side won two matches on day two, with the […]
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