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Bill Morneau says he doesn't 'report to journalists,' bristles at questions about personal finances

Finance Minister Bill Morneau dodged questions about his use of numbered companies to hold investments Friday, saying he does not have to defend his choices to journalists.

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Trudeau says federal government will 'look carefully' at implications of Bill 62

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Ottawa is looking into the implications of Quebec's Bill 62, which would require Muslim women wearing a niqab or burka and anyone else using public services to uncover their faces.

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NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh officially resigns from Ontario Legislature

Jagmeet Singh has officially resigned as an Ontario member of the Provincial Parliament, weeks after winning the federal NDP leadership.

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Hudson's Bay CEO Jerry Storch leaving company

Jerry Storch is stepping down as chief executive of Hudson's Bay Co. effective Nov. 1, the retailer announced after the close of stock markets on Friday.

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Airbus CEO expects to sell 'thousands' of C Series aircraft

The head of Airbus told a Montreal business audience on Friday that he believes the company will sell thousands of Bombardier's C Series aircraft.

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Sears Canada debacle one more reason to avoid extended warranties, experts say

The Sears Canada liquidation, while extreme, is yet more evidence that extended warranties are generally a waste of money for consumers — though they are hugely profitable for retailers.

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Disabled Chinese space lab likely to crash to Earth in coming months

A defunct, yacht-sized Chinese space lab is expected to fall out of orbit and crash to Earth in coming months.

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Supreme Court, CRA express concern about cellphone trackers after CBC story: documents

The Supreme Court of Canada and a senior executive with the Canada Revenue Agency anxiously reached out to Canada's communications spy agency for help after a CBC story revealed cellphone tracking technology was being used near Parliament Hill.

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Square-Enix's game lineup heavy on nostalgia, but future lies in casual mobile market

Japanese game developer Square-Enix shows off a variety of games that target longtime, nostalgia-fuelled fans and casual mobile gamers alike in a media preview event in Toronto.

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Soothing touch eases the pain of social rejection, study finds

A slow, stroking touch eases the sting of social rejection, psychologists find.

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Soothing touch eases the pain of social rejection, study finds

A slow, stroking touch eases the sting of social rejection, psychologists find.

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Prescription limits driving some patients to street drugs

Some patients say they're turning to dangerous street drugs in the wake of new national guidelines limiting the allowable dosage of prescription painkillers and new restrictions under the Ontario Drug Benefit plan.

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Neonatal abstinence syndrome: Small victims in a big opioid crisis

The Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI) has identified 1,846 babies admitted to hospital between April 2016 and March 31, 2017, after their mothers used opioids during pregnancy.

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'It's been a long time coming:' mogul's downfall sparks a 'Weinstein effect' of calling out harassment

The mounting allegations against Harvey Weinstein have ignited a powerful discussion — online and off — about how pervasive sexual harassment and assault remain in our society today. It's set off a sort of 'Weinstein effect:' with waves of accusers publicly calling out powerful figures and institutions acknowledging the allegations and quickly responding.

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Edmonton theatre troupe cuts ties with former artistic director over 'rape culture' confession

An Edmonton theatre company is disavowing its former executive director, describing the acclaimed actor and playwright as an “identified predator.”

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Indigenous artist Cathy Elliott leaves 'huge' legacy say colleagues at DAREarts charity

Cathy Elliott, the Indigenous programmer with DAREarts, is being remembered by her colleagues after she died on Sunday when she was struck by a vehicle near her home.

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Olympic ski cross champion Marielle Thompson suffers knee injury

Reigning Olympic ski cross champion Marielle Thompson suffered a knee injury during a training run in Saas Fee, Switzerland.

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Maple Leafs listed as ... say what??? ... Stanley Cup favourites

Betting sites Bodog and Bet365 currently have the Toronto Maple Leafs listed as the Stanley Cup favourites for the current season. They know Toronto is cursed, right?

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Hockey Night in Canada: Free live streams on desktop & app

CBC Sports will provide free live streams of all Hockey Night in Canada games, including the Maple Leafs visiting the Senators and the Flames hosting the Wild.

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