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opinion - Canadian extremists returning from Syria are a big problem – but they're our problem - Subscriber content - Stripping the citizenship of the people who travelled to Syria to fight for Islamic State – but are now trying to return home – is dangerous, irresponsible and immoral, to boot - Doug Saunders

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Hong Kong protesters defy China's threat with massive, peaceful rally -- Demonstrations have shut down city's airport, snarled traffic and led to violent confrontations with police in one of the world's most important financial centres

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Hong Kong solidarity protesters face off with pro-China group for second day in Vancouver -- Pro-democracy demonstrators decry what they call excessive force by Hong Kong police, while pro-China counterprotesters say other side should protest in an 'appropriate' and 'peaceful' way

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Saying climate change is real could be seen as partisan activity during election campaign, Elections Canada warns

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Toronto fertility startup Lilia attracts early interest from investors

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Vancouver widens sidewalks in bid to adapt to city's density

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Laurentian University to waive tuition for students who grew up in child welfare system

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Afghanistan vows to eliminate Islamic State havens after attack

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Pipeline rupture sends 40,000 litres of crude oil into Alberta creek

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All federal leaders – except Scheer again – march in Montreal's Pride Parade with provincial counterparts

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85-YEAR-OLD, LIFTING SINCE 1950, ON TRACK TO WIN WEIGHTLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP

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Done Deal - Buyers get New Westminster condo for below asking price

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Here's what Ottawa is getting wrong on pensions -- Frederick Vettese

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Donald Trump is thinking of buying Greenland. That's not necessarily a bad idea -- Barry Scott Zellen

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Canada should engage with Taiwan and others given our China troubles -- Hugh Stephens

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More young people should consider skilled trades over university -- Hamida Ghafour

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The vagina lies: Debunking myths, half-truths and misinformation about women's bodies -- Jen Gunter

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We're in the midst of a convenience crisis -- Gayle MacDonald

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Done Deal -- Updated Etobicoke row house sells quickly and over asking price

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Three reads for hot summer days

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'It's just been a bloodbath': The exodus of investors in the oil patch gains steam -- Subscriber content

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Investor Clinic -- Heinzl on dividends: How to DRIP an ETF, and making sense of payout ratios

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Stratford Festival 2019: Perhaps Arthur Miller's The Crucible should be mangled, but not like this -- Subscriber content

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First Person -- If I can mow a pathway to peace with my neighbour, why can't governments figure things out?

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Trade tensions, economic woes cast cloud over bank outlooks -- Subscriber content

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Opinion -- Newton Glassman, broken promises and the inglorious exit of Callidus -- Subscriber content

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Streetwise Newsletter -- Streetwise newsletter: Best reads of the week -- Subscriber content

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Opinion -- Robert Prichard's wide network may be his Achilles heel -- Subscriber content

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HOUSING -- Zero vacancies, sky-high rates: Inside Canada's rental housing crisis -- Subscriber content

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Callidus shareholders urged to accept Braslyn go-private bid or risk losing out on stock -- Subscriber content

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Opinion - Five things investors should do after a harrowing week in the markets - Subscriber content

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Stars and Dogs -- The Globe's stars and dogs for the week

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Bullish on Unilever

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Financial Facelift -- Can this couple retire early to stop and smell the flowers?

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Whitecap Resources insiders bet on better oil patch days -- Subscriber content

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The week's most oversold and overbought stocks on the TSX -- Subscriber content

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earnings - Financials from a baker's dozen of cannabis companies - Cannabis Professional content

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Iranian tanker caught in a standoff with the West sailing to Greece, shipping data shows

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At least 10 dead after fuel truck collision in western Uganda: police

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Hong Kong readies for more mass protests after massive, peaceful rally

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Madison Keys, Daniil Medvedev get first titles in Cincinnati

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Trump says he does not want to do business with Huawei -- Subscriber content

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Justin Thomas perseveres to win BMW Championship, claim No. 1 seed heading into FedEx Cup finale -- Subscriber content

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Opposition MPs want ethics commissioner to testify at parliamentary committee on SNC-Lavalin

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Maxime Bernier tells party faithfuls he will make it into the leaders' debates -- Subscriber content

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Car Review - Audi's A8 flagship blends tech and comfort for the well-heeled - The new A8 wraps high-end luxury and tech with Audi's understated styling to create a premium sedan to battle BMW and Mercedes. Thomas Holland and James Engelsman from Throttle House discover the A8's ride is particularly smooth thanks to its predictive air suspension. Visit youtube.com/throttlehouse for more reviews. Play video

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How national pharmacare could change what Canadians spend on prescriptions -- About 20 per cent of Canadians, or more than 7.5 million people, are estimated to be either uninsured or underinsured for prescription drug costs. A national pharmacare plan would address that, and aim to save billions of dollars. Globe health reporter Kelly Grant explains. -- Play video

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SUVs, large and small, in the spotlight at New York auto show -- The trend toward SUVs shows no sign of abating, with upcoming models from Hyundai, Ford, Toyota and Subaru featured at the New York auto show. Petrina Gentile says some of the latest crop of crossovers are evolving to be more carlike. -- Play video

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Police fire tear gas at protesters in Hong Kong -- Video shot by Globe journalist Nathan VanderKlippe shows protesters in Hong Kong on June 12 dousing a tear gas canister with water. -- Play video

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Why some car manufacturers are looking to mild hybrids -- Mild hybrid systems can improve efficiency and torque delivery without the cost of a full hybrid setup. Matt Bubbers explains the technology, and considers if your next car should be a mild hybrid. -- Play video

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Federal leaders walk in Montreal's pride parade -- Prime Minister Justin Trudeau walks in Montreal's pride parade alongside NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh and the Green Party's Elizabeth May. Quebec Premier Francois Legault also attended the colourful celebration of LGBTQ culture. -- Play video

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85-YEAR-OLD, LIFTING SINCE 1950, ON TRACK TO CINCH WEIGHTLIFTING CHAMPIONSHIP -- Marcel Perron, who turns 86 next month, has been lifting weights since 1950. A competitor at this year's World Masters Weightlifting championship in Montreal - where people 35-plus from 60 countries compete by age and weight class - the former foundry worker and fireman says the sport has helped him maintain his speed and strength. It came in handy during his days as a club bouncer in the 1960s, when he says he used his power and agility to 'bop' bigger aggressors. -- Play video

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B.C. family devastated after teen's death from apparent overdose unfolds on social media

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After a grisly murder-suicide, a small Ontario town looks back at missed signs of dangerous obsession

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Canada criticizes U.K. move to strip 'Jihadi Jack' of British citizenship

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Updated rural Niagara bungalow takes a while to find a buyer

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RCMP investigating suspected overdose death of B.C. teen linked to shocking social-media posts

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Food and beverage industry starting to address the mental health elephant in the room

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Opinion - What's in a name? A potential forecast of Canada's coming election - Andrew Steele

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Ride-hailing companies grapple with B.C.'s licence rules

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Chicago native Bill Ptacek helped expand Calgary's libraries

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University of Alberta PhD student develops AI to identify depression

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Power outage causes oil spill off N.L., Canadian Coast Guard notified

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Trump's idea of selling Greenland to U.S. is absurd, Danish prime minister says

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U.N. pleads for more help to relieve Venezuelan refugee crisis

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Funeral for lost ice: Iceland bids farewell to glacier

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Trump sees path to 2020 victory winding through a new Upper Midwest -- Subscriber content

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Liberal bid to play down election impact of ethics report on SNC-Lavalin working reasonably well – for now -- Subscriber content

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Images show Iran satellite launch looms despite U.S. criticism

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Blue Jays rookie Bo Bichette has a dream of being 'one of the best players who ever lived'

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Stipe Miocic stops Daniel Cormier, reclaims heavyweight belt at UFC 241

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Baseball - Yusei Kikuchi throws two-hitter as Seattle Mariners rout Toronto Blue Jays 7-0 - Subscriber content

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Opinion -- If you want to admire the Mona Lisa this summer, a good reproduction is the way to go

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ROM's palaeontology team heads to Montana's badlands to uncover remains of triceratops named Dio -- Subscriber content

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Summer at the Cinema: How Japanese horror Ringu revealed the curse of adulthood

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How to keep your vacation high going when you get back

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Review - A seafood tower is the quintessential summer dish. These are some of the best in Vancouver - Subscriber content

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I thought I would hate Tofino. Now its memory is tattooed on my arm - Subscriber content

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Nursing home residents with advanced dementia often experience 'burdensome interventions' in final days of life: study

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'Silent' strokes after elective surgeries in older adults double their risk of later cognitive decline, study finds

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A new registered investment advisor category could have significant upside for Canada

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Helicopter parenting is unnecessary, suggests a new study

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Is it time to buy a smart speaker for your home?

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Report on Small Business newsletter: Brisk business for Nova Scotia boat builders

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Meet Canada's first legal small-scale cannabis growers - Subscriber content

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Done Deal -- King West suite priced low to draw multiple offers

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Done Deal -- Victorian fixer-upper in Hamilton sells for $85,300 over asking price

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Edmonton homeowners double as stewards of building's arts and crafts heritage -- Subscriber content

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Lou's Garage - How long should I wait before going for an expensive four-wheel alignment? Subscriber content

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Why young people are driving an RV revolution

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Deals of the Week - The best deals on sports cars under $40,000

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ROB Magazine -- Fall of the romaine empire: Who's to blame for Freshii's wilting fortunes? -- Subscriber content

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