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It says the formula was distributed in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.
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In a way, she is asking those of us whose mental wiring is more typical — less prone to extraordinary focus and more capable of living with moral contradictions — to be more like her. And she has a point, writes Naomi Klein:
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My wife received an email yesterday from a man she had a "fling" with 20 years ago (before we met). He wants to reconnect. What should she do?
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While NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh has already vowed to hit industrial polluters with heavier bills for their greenhouse gas emissions, the party isn’t ruling out an increase to the federal carbon price for the population at large.
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: A new study assigned every street and bikeway in Toronto a “stress” value on a scale of 1 to 4, and the results may explain why residents don’t bike to work.
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The shooting elicited a large response from Peel police, with multiple units, including a tactical and K9 unit responding to the scene.
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“It’s gone from something that was exceptionally rare to something that is common,” says Dr. Jory Bocknek, who practises at the Abbotsford Animal Hospital north of Toronto.
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On Friday night, police received reports of a collision in the area of Sheppard Avenue East between Abbotsfield Gate and Palmdale Drive. Police said the suspect vehicle failed to remain on scene following the incident.
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Outside of the GM plant in Oshawa Saturday morning, NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh promised $300 M for the auto innovation fund. He didn't mention how many jobs he planned to save or create.
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In TV ads released Saturday, the Liberals boast they stood up to Trump on NAFTA, but a new book releasing next week undermines that claim.
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Toronto Star Sports 11h
Many deals were discussed — long-term, short-term, big salary numbers, bigger salary numbers — but two things never changed: Marner wanted to be a Maple Leaf, and he didn’t want to miss any games. So when camp opened for medicals, Marner budged.
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Grateful to for sitting down with me for this one. “(Misery) is such a waste. We’ve all got one shot at this life. Be who you are.”
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When word spread about the co-op's impending closure — after 134 years in business — cottagers and townsfolk stampeded for the store.
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On the Mitch Marner deal, fans are divided.
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The city is a prize. And like any other large, coveted jurisdiction, Toronto has its specific concerns, including how people can afford to live here.
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The Centre Island Scotch Elm is a beast of a tree with a massive canopy, tall and wide, writes reader Warren Hoselton.
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There’s never before been an NHL core that’s been given so much — $245 million, to be exact — for achieving so little. But nobody will begrudge the money so long the move the needle in the playoffs, writes.
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They say it’s impolite to discuss religion or politics, so to write about both together must be positively criminal, writes Michael Coren. But as election season kicks off, religion has already come up.
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From pretending to be a celebrity at TIFF to hiding a war from a relative, we’ve selected the best long reads of the week from across the Star’s newsrooms.
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With a history that stretches back to 1943, Sully's Boxing Gym has reopened in a new location after facing eviction and shutdown this winter. How? Crowdfunding and rebranding.
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