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Georgia Republicans spar over Trump’s false election claims

The principal residence exemption isn't fair to renters and should be reconsidered - The Globe and Mail

Canadian aviation company caught in Russia's confiscation of hundreds of foreign-owned jets - The Globe and Mail

Former Apple buyer charged with defrauding more than US$10-million from company

Will the standard Liberal tactics of accusing Conservatives of being pro-gun and anti-abortion work on Pierre Poilievre? - The Globe and Mail

Yemen Houthis attack Saudi energy facilities, refinery output hit

House panel investigating U.S. Capitol riot votes to hold two former Trump advisers in contempt of Congress

Canada's big banks are heftier oligopolies than U.S. ones. That could spell trouble as rates rise




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Canadian aviation company caught in Russia's confiscation of hundreds of foreign-owned jets - The Globe and Mail

Canadian home sales, prices fall for second consecutive month in May as 'new interest-rate reality' sinks in

Canadians are sitting on $300-billion in excess savings. What happens next is anyone's guess - The Globe and Mail

RCMP Commissioner accused of interfering in Nova Scotia mass-shooting investigation to help Liberal government's gun-control agenda - The Globe and Mail

Budget closes loophole for financial institutions trading in dividend stocks - The Globe and Mail

Women and immigrants poised to lead Newfoundland and Labrador's tech industry

The importance of U.S. President Joe Biden’s visit with refugees on the border of the Ukraine war

Canada's big banks are heftier oligopolies than U.S. ones. That could spell trouble as rates rise




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Wreck of Shackleton's ship Endurance found beneath Antarctic ice




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Vancouver businessman and philanthropist Joseph Segal never forgot the lessons of war

In the U.S. political circus, Pennsylvania’s vital Senate race is the centre ring

If Roe v. Wade is overturned, U.S. jurisprudence may shift to the right for decades to come

In a country where mass shootings are the norm, Americans have moved beyond outrage




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