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Toronto mayor vows to fight calls for his resignation
Toronto mayor vows to fight calls for his resignation
Mayor Rob Ford says Toronto's city council had no business stripping him of most of his powers over his admitted crack cocaine use and heaving...
A railroad to economic freedom
A railroad to economic freedom
Greg Kinross, president of the Botswana and Toronto Stock Exchange-listed CIC Energy, announced in early July that 9.9% of the company was sold for...
Federer takes new coach for test drive at Toronto Masters
Federer takes new coach for test drive at Toronto Masters
Roger Federer celebrated his 29th birthday last week, but the cagey Swiss said he was not too old to learn a few new tricks as he launched his...
G20 nations see different paths for securing recovery
G20 nations see different paths for securing recovery
World leaders aimed for a common target on Thursday of securing the economic recovery, but disagreed over how best to reach it.
Canada's climate shame
Canada's climate shame
When you think of Canada, which qualities come to mind? The world's peacekeeper, the friendly nation, a liberal counterweight to the harsher...
Robbers nabbed by cops driving getaway taxi
Robbers nabbed by cops driving getaway taxi
Sometimes it pays to have your own wheels. Two teenage suspects in a convenience store robbery in Oakville, Ontario, near Toronto, may have made a...
Tough Canadian street-racing law nabs 85-year-old
Tough Canadian street-racing law nabs 85-year-old
A new law meant to help crack down on young Canadian street racers in their souped up cars has nabbed an octogenarian in his Oldsmobile.
Jihad for Love seeks gay Muslim audiences
Jihad for Love seeks gay Muslim audiences
It took gay Indian filmmaker Parvez Sharma six years to make Jihad for Love, a documentary film about gay men and women trying to live...
Mummified baby in Toronto was likely stillborn
Mummified baby in Toronto was likely stillborn
A mummified infant discovered wrapped in a newspaper older than 80 years in the ceiling of a Toronto home was likely stillborn and displayed no...
Entertaining TV programmes make you eat
Entertaining TV programmes make you eat
People eat more when they are glued to the television, and the more entertaining the programme, the more they eat, according to research presented...
Nutrients study bodes well for malaria efforts
Nutrients study bodes well for malaria efforts
Malaria continues to cut a swathe through Africa, which accounts for most cases of the disease and of malaria-related deaths. Globally, more than a...
Ghana to start underwater logging in lake
Ghana to start underwater logging in lake
A Ghanaian conservation research centre will assist a Canadian company in harvesting underwater trees in one of the world's largest tropical...

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