People were caught flat-footed by the pandemic and 2013’s ice storm. Here’s how to prepare for the next emergency
Peanut butter, yes, nuts, no; soup, yes, but not with tomatoes. Here’s what to stash — and don’t forget water.
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Buried in after-hours emails? Ontario to propose ‘right-to-disconnect’ laws
Legislation expected to be introduced this week will, if passed, require workplaces with more than 25 employees to develop internal right-to-disconnect standards. Ontario would be the first province in Canada to implement such a measure.
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Ontario school board staff claiming medical exemptions for COVID-19 vaccines at far higher rate than expected
A Star analysis of vaccine data at 45 Ontario school boards found medical exemptions being claimed at a rate 42 times higher then expected in the general population.
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‘Call Me Mother’ part of a wave of reality shows with ‘RuPaul’ alumni being produced by OutTV
New competition series premiering Oct. 25, which follows a format that has been compared to “The Voice,” shines a spotlight on the diversity of drag artistry.
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Rosie DiManno: Truth Social is merely Donald Trump’s latest attempt at seizing a bullhorn
Cast out into the online wilderness, Trump has been limited to releasing statements by email and on the platforms of allies who’ve not been similarly banned, via his Save America political action committee, Rosie DiManno writes.
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I’m saving for a long-term goal — should I use an RRSP or a TFSA?
We asked personal finance expert Chuck Grace whether contributing to an RRSP or a TFSA is a wiser option for long-haul savings.
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Have your say: Which is your preferred option for long-term savings?
You’ve got a bit of extra money, and you’d like to sock it away for the long term. But what’s the best way to do it?
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Chris Johnston: Inside the NHL: Lost weekend stirs doubts about the Leafs, Bergevin vs. Molson, Jets play it smart
More than 17 years removed from a playoff series victory and more than five years deep on this core, the blue and white must win to maintain the trust of their customers. That relationship is on shaky ground, Chris Johnston writes.
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Edward Rogers fought plans to keep Raptors’ Masai Ujiri, but was thwarted by MLSE head, sources say
The former Rogers Communications chair said Raptors could be managed without Ujiri, demanded right to spin MLSE stake into a separate company in return for approving contract renewal.
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'Everybody knows everybody:' Nunavut voters head to the polls in territorial election
Campaigning in Nunavut's territorial election is a little like competing against your neighbours and friends, says former premier Paul Quassa.
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COVID-19: Capacity limits out, optimism in for London, Ont. businesses
For some London, Ont., businesses, Monday marks an important step in their journey back to a pre-pandemic "normal" as Ontario restaurants, bars and gyms lift capacity limits.
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Path to Trudeau's new cabinet hits final stretch ahead of swearing-in ceremony
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's tricky task of crafting a new cabinet is hitting its final hours before the team of ministers is unveiled.
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Baldwin careful with guns before fatal shooting: crew member
A camera operator told authorities that Alec Baldwin had been careful with weapons on the set of the film 'Rust' before the actor shot and killed a cinematographer with a gun he'd been told was safe to use, court records released Sunday show.
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Calgary Police investigating swatting incident in U.S.
CPS says there is no reason to believe the threats are targeting any school in Calgary and officers will continue to work with law enforcement south of the border. 
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Sudanese officials detained by military in apparent coup, government says 
The arrests comes after weeks of rising tensions between Sudan's civilian and military leaders.
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Trudeau uses COVID-19 gnarled supply chains in free trade pitch to ASEAN countries
Speaking in a pre-recorded message, Trudeau argued that an agreement would help companies and entrepreneurs build connections and business relationships around the world.
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Sudan's PM arrested, internet disrupted in apparent coup
Military forces arrested Sudan's acting prime minister and other senior officials Monday, disrupted internet access and blocked bridges in the capital, the country's information ministry said, describing the actions as a coup.
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‘Receding before our eyes:’ Vancouver Island glaciers likely to be all gone by mid-century
Glacier melt is accelerated because the Island ­glaciers are small to start with, and recent events like this summer’s heat dome and sustained temperatures above 30 C have put their demise on fast-forward
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