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Cineplex to be bought by U.K.-based Cineworld in $2.8B deal
Cineworld will also take on the debt owed by the Toronto-based company, which has 165 movie theatres across Canada.
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Atlantic Coast of Nova Scotia could see ‘significant’ snow Tuesday evening
Snow is expected to begin over southwestern parts of Nova Scotia on Tuesday afternoon before spreading to Cape Breton on Wednesday. 
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Protests continue across India as opposition builds against citizenship law
Thousands of university students flooded the streets of India's capital, while a southern state government led a march and demonstrators held a silent protest in the northeast on Monday to protest a new law giving citizenship to non-Muslims who entered India illegally to flee religious persecution in several neighbouring countries.
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Cineworld to buy Cineplex in $2.8B deal for Canada’s largest theatre chain
Cineplex Inc. has agreed to a friendly takeover deal that values the operator of Canada's largest chain of movie theatres at $2.8 billion, including debt.
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Kush in the kitchen: What to know when cooking with cannabis
Cannabis-infused eating and drinking will soon become more accessible than ever as edible products start to hit the shelves across the country in the new year.
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Schukov: Let's do the school board shuffle, again
Ongoing enrolment woes within the Lester B. Pearson School Board spell trouble for English-speaking community.
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Police, family to provide update in Sherman murder case
Toronto police say that it will release a joint statement Monday morning on the ongoing investigation into the murders of Barry and Honey Sherman.
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Wanted: big ideas, Conservative-style
Politics Insider for Dec. 16: It's all on Boris, Harper's not happy and more Scheer succession speculation The post Wanted: big ideas, Conservative-style appeared first on Macleans.ca.
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Federal carbon tax ‘sets a dangerous precedent’ as constitutional review starts: Alberta justice minister
The federal carbon tax is set to take effect on Alberta consumers on Jan. 1, imposing a $30-per-tonne charge on gasoline, diesel, propane and natural gas.
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Canada has a secret program that grants visas to war criminals, terrorists, security threats
Canada has a secretive program that grants entry visas to "high-profile" foreign nationals who would otherwise be inadmissible due to security concerns.
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Women who attempt abortion ‘reversal’ risk serious blood loss: study
Given the trial was abruptly terminated after only a handful of women were enrolled, the researchers can’t say with any certainty how effective, or even safe, progesterone is in stopping a medical abortion
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SEX FILES: Dear Santa, here’s what I really want for Christmas
Dear Santa, Is it too late to say I’m sorry? I know the last time we met in person was super awkward. The year was 1985. The place: the Eaton’s store in downtown Vancouver. You asked me what I wanted for Christmas and I attempted to yank off what I thought was your fake beard. […]
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Clearing the air on the confusion around vaping in Canada
The health and safety concerns depend on what form of vaping — nicotine, cannabis or flavoured products — is undertaken
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The Rupert Hotel fire killed 10 people. Thirty years later, many Toronto rooming houses operate without scrutiny
“We did everything we possibly could and 10 people died,” says Captain Jack Cooper, recalling the Dec. 23, 1989 blaze that gutted the rooming house at Parliament and Queen streets.
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Death, the revolution: From doulas to green burials, how Canadians are rethinking their post-life plans
Across Canada, more and more cemeteries are changing to accommodate new ways of dealing with a death in the family.
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Cineworld to buy Cineplex in $2.8-billion deal for Canada's largest theatre chain
Cineplex Inc. has agreed to a friendly takeover from British firm Cineworld Group that values the operator of Canada's largest chain of movie theatres at $2.8 billion.
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Sherman family, police to release joint statement on murders of Barry and Honey Sherman
A media conference is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Monday at Toronto Police Headquarters.
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Hong Kong faced ‘grimmest and most complex year’ since handover, China’s Xi says
Xi praised Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam for holding fast to the principle of ``one country, two systems,`` and for courage during an ``extraordinary period'' for Hong Kong.
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Montreal weather: A generous dose of sunshine today
Mainly sunny skies are forecast with a southwest wind at 20 km/h, becoming light in the afternoon.
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Alberta court to hear province's appeal of federal carbon tax
Alberta's Appeal Court is hearing the provincial government's argument against the federal carbon tax.
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Morneau to provide economic update as provinces seek federal assistance
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau will provide his first update for Canadians today on the state of the economy -- and the government's books -- since the October election.
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Morneau to provide update on federal books as provinces push for more help
Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau will provide his first update for Canadians today on the state of the economy, and the government's books, since the October election.
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Boris Johnson to welcome new group of lawmakers to Parliament
Johnson will welcome some 100 newly elected colleagues, many of them coming from parts of the country that were once the strongholds of the opposition Labour Party.
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Man charged after alleged sexual assault, robbery at knifepoint inside Toronto business
Toronto police say a man has been arrested after he allegedly robbed and sexually assaulted a woman at knifepoint on Saturday afternoon.
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U.S. lawmakers shift focus of Trump impeachment probe to Senate trial
Trump faces two articles of impeachment by House Democrats: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
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New Saint John, N.B. fictional book a collection centered on city’s structures
'I am short, chunky and don't fit into many groups and that house reminds me of me,' said one of the book's authors.
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History Through Our Eyes: Dec. 16, 1960, Dorval airport
Transport Minister Léon Balcer called the new terminal not only a source of pride, but "a milestone in Canadian aviation history," we said.
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Gangs of Montreal, Episode 7: Taking down the Rizzutos
The latest episode of our podcast The Dark North: Gangs of Montreal looks at how an RCMP investigation destabilized the Montreal Mafia and the rest of the criminal underworld for the next decade
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ASK AMY: Husband’s snide statements bewilder spouse
Dear Amy: My husband and I have been married for 11 years. Throughout the duration of our marriage, he constantly makes snide remarks, such as, “Someone around here never wants to be responsible for her choices,” or he will remark on how I am such a social butterfly that I know each person’s name on […]
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Gazette Christmas Fund: Leo is struggling with depression
"There are periods that are harder than others," he said. "And winter has a tendency to be harder for me, in general, emotionally speaking."
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Montreal's new microchip bylaw: Scan your cat/dog here, please
The SPCA applauds the move, saying it's "one of the best ways to be able to find your companion animal in the event they’re lost or stolen."
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16 potential new victims in Greenfield Park sex abuse case, police say
Nearly 30 people have contacted police about François Lamarre, including 16 people police believe could be potential victims.
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Thomas Walkom: Johnson’s sweeping victory has solved little
Despite the Conservatives’ firm victory, the U.K. remains tethered to the EU while the two sides negotiate. Britain’s future in Europe remains unclear. And a new crisis over Scotland looms.
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Heather Mallick: How do you solve a problem like the Manulife?
The Manulife Centre on Bloor St., built in 1974, is like an old friend, with long-standing personal problems; a mess then and a mess now.
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Kathleen Wynne: Every child can aspire to political office
‘I have the right to aspire to political office. And so does every child in this province.’
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Get tougher on ‘debt washing’
One in five Canadians who filed for bankruptcy in 2018 was doing it for at least the second time.
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My brain tumour has returned, my drug plan has not
Eighteen years ago I wrote a letter to the editor about the lack pharmacare as a teenager with a pituitary tumour. We still don’t have a national drug plan but my tumour has returned and I can’t afford my medication.
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5 things to know for Monday, December 16, 2019
A Canadian doctor became the first North American to undergo deep brain stimulation as an experimental treatment for alcohol use disorder. Here's what else you need to know to start your day.
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CODE ZERO: Temporary emergency room closures on the rise across Nova Scotia
Between 2014 and the first quarter of 2018, just under half the ERs in Nova Scotia were forced to temporarily close, often due to a lack of staff.
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Police to provide update today in Sherman murder case
Inspector Hank Idsinga, lead officer in the homicide squad, will speak to the media at police headquarters at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Two years ago, the strangled bodies of billionaires Barry and Honey Sherman were discovered at their Toronto home. The case remains unsolved.
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