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Paper or plastic? Canadian scientist at centre of grocery debate
by ANN HUI
30 Apr 2017 at 4:21pm
Safety tests by a University of Guelph food-science professor have sparked a war between two industries vying for grocery-shipping supremacy
The pacemaker is a marvel of medicine near to Canada?s heart?
by KELLY GRANT
30 Apr 2017 at 1:35pm
With the advent of the artificial pacemaker, doctors the world over have been able to prolong the lives of millions
Globe investigative team earns top honours at CAJ awards
by GLOBE STAFF
30 Apr 2017 at 11:27am
Investigations on Vancouver?s fentanyl crisis and soldiers and veterans who died by suicide after deployment during the Afghanistan mission were recognized by the Canadian Association of Journalists
Search continues for missing Canadian woman and her boyfriend in Belize
by Nicole Thompson
30 Apr 2017 at 10:51am
Joe Milholen said he was supposed to take Francesca Matus to the airport Wednesday morning, but when her arrived at her house, her car was gone and the house was locked up
Widow takes feds to appeals tribunal over CPP benefits denial
by Jordan Press
30 Apr 2017 at 10:28am
Daniel Derksen?s wife Jilian is challenging the rule to the federal government?s final appeals body arguing it is based on faulty logic
Teacher turns to crowdfunding to buy greenhouse for Nunavut students
by Rob Drinkwater
30 Apr 2017 at 8:33am
Adam Malcolm hopes the greenhouse can help cut the sky-high costs of healthy eating in the North
After a lifetime of hiding, gay refugees seeking protection in Canada are exp...
by Zosia Bielski
30 Apr 2017 at 6:47am
They once had to hide their sexuality. Now they are being forced to prove it. Gay refugees face unique challenges in their journey to Canada.
Ex-CRTC commissioner claims victory following Federal Court ruling
by SEAN GORDON
29 Apr 2017 at 4:56pm
Ruling also references ?sound lack of judgment? on part of dismissed commissioner Raj Shoan, who says he now plans to step back into former position
Defence Minister Sajjan apologizes for claiming he was architect of Operation...
29 Apr 2017 at 11:16am
Mea culpa follows what some saw as a half-hearted apology for the comments Sajjan made in India earlier this month
Fort McMurray fire: One year later, a look at a city working to rebuild from ...
29 Apr 2017 at 7:22am
On the anniversary of the tragic fire that swept Fort McMurray, photographer Todd Korol returns to a community working to rebuild
Globe investigation of Davie shipyard finds complex web of ownership, financing
by ROBERT FIFE, STEVEN CHASE, DANIEL LEBLANC and PAUL WALDIE
29 Apr 2017 at 6:51am
Davie, which won a contract now at the centre of an RCMP probe of Vice-Admiral Mark Norman, has borrowed hundreds of millions from lenders and some of the work is being done in Finland. So why do governments keep pouring taxpayer money into it?
Three sentenced for stealing $18-million worth of Quebec maple syrup
29 Apr 2017 at 5:38am
Jurors found the three men guilty last November in connection with the theft of 2,700 tons of syrup worth $18-million from a warehouse in Quebec between August 2011 and July 2012.
Reforms an option to tackle Canada?s court delays: justice ministers
by MICHELLE ZILIO
28 Apr 2017 at 5:15pm
Federal and provincial justice ministers to mull changes to mandatory minimums, preliminary inquiries
Mélanie Joly urges patience on long road toward cultural policy shakeup
by ROBERT EVERETT-GREEN
28 Apr 2017 at 4:36pm
The Minister of Canadian Heritage has promised sweeping changes to her ministry?s mandate, but the longer she takes, the greater expectations become
Icebergs pose danger in North Atlantic shipping lanes
28 Apr 2017 at 3:32pm
About 673 icebergs counted off Newfoundland so far this year in potential record season