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Marriage tied to lower risk of fatal heart attacks and strokes

People who are married may be less likely to develop cardiovascular disease or die from a heart attack or stroke than individuals who aren't, a research review suggests.

Separating migrant children from families 'never justified,' Ottawa lawyer says

An Ottawa immigration lawyer says immigrant children being separated from their parents and detained in the U.S. would never be treated that way in Canada.
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'When extreme emotion makes us cry, words are there to tell us why': Carol Rose Daniels on the power of words

The author of the poetry collection Hiraeth answers eight questions submitted by eight other authors.

Woman, 78, fatally struck by vehicle in Rosemont

A 78-year-old woman was fatally struck by a vehicle early Tuesday in Montreal's borough of Rosemont—La Petite-Patrie.
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9 beautiful children's books by Indigenous writers to read

Cherie Dimaline shares the children's books, written and illustrated by Indigenous authors, we should all be reading.
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Every major piece of art featured in Beyoncé and Jay Z's Apesh*t video

From the Mona Lisa to Raft of the Medusa, what every piece is — and why it's there
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Doug Ford's triumphant PCs gather for first caucus meeting

As premier-designate Doug Ford forges ahead with his plans even before formally taking power, his victorious Progressive Conservative candidates arrive at the Legislature Tuesday for their first caucus meeting since the election.
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Trump digs in on 'zero tolerance' policy, as audio reveals crying kids separated from parents at U.S. border

The U.S. 'will not be a migrant camp... not on my watch.' Donald Trump is defending the forced separation of migrant children & parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. At the same time, a recording of kids crying for their parents has emerged. Watch now.

Philippe Pichet, already suspended, resigns as Montreal police chief

Embattled Montreal police chief Philippe Pichet, who was suspended indefinitely last December, has given up his fight to get back his job.

Senators trade Mike Hoffman amid scandal

The Ottawa Senators have sent Mike Hoffman to the San Jose Sharks for Danish winger Mikkel Boedker after allegations Hoffman's girlfriend had been harassing his captain's family. San Jose then dealt the winger to the Florida Panthers.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018: Lucinda Williams, James Marsden and more

Today on q: singer-songwriter Lucinda Williams, designers Greg Durrell and Fritz Gottschalk, Westworld actor James Marsden.

Rising hoops star R.J. Barrett getting Wiggins-level hype

R.J. Barrett has yet to play a single college basketball game, but he's already being followed with the kind of intensity experienced by fellow Canadian Andrew Wiggins heading into his freshman season five years ago.
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Nasty hail storm in southern Manitoba may cost MPI as much as $20 million

A lightning storm that swept through southern Manitoba last week, dropping hail the size of golf balls and softballs, could cost Manitoba Public Insurance as much as $20 million.
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Toronto police name accused in death of man pushed onto subway tracks

Toronto police have released the name of the man charged in the death of another man who was allegedly pushed in front of a subway train Monday morning.
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B.C. is Canada's hot spot as temperature records fall across province

More than two dozen daily temperature records were broken on Monday as the first heat wave of the summer continued to build across B.C.

Behind the battle to reveal the questionable conduct of city councillors

The release of an investigator's report has allowed Calgarians to learn more about the misconduct of several city councillors in 2014 — but no thanks to the city, which fought tooth and nail to keep it from ever seeing the light of day.

To Pluto and beyond! The inside story of a mission to the edge of the solar system

The leader of the New Horizons mission to Pluto talks about his ultimate adventure.

My son's Facebook history might help me understand why he died. But Facebook won't let me see it.

Tara McGuire’s son died of an opioid overdose in 2015. His Facebook account has been “memorialized” and Facebook refuses to allow her to access it.
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2 year-old child pulled from Lakeshore pool has died

The child pulled from a pool in Lakeshore on Sunday night has died, according to police.

How Canadian logos helped build national unity

Logos are embedded into the fabric of our daily lives and have been for decades. A new documentary makes the case that there's more to these designs than just company branding.

Unlike my own mother, I don't want to live vicariously through my daughter

Unlike my own mother, I don’t want to live vicariously through my daughter
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Explosion destroys Mount Pearl business, with fumes cited as early suspect

The roof and walls of Trimac Transportation were blown off by the blast.
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Japan capitalizes on man advantage to upset Colombia

Japan beat 10-man Colombia 2-1 in Group H on Tuesday to become the first Asian side to beat a South American one at the World Cup .
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As MTV Awards fete Black Panther, star honours real-life hero

The MTV Movie & TV Awards gave Black Panther its first taste of awards glory, with Marvel's blockbuster taking home four honours including two awards for its star, Chadwick Boseman.

Dog's leg caught in snare trap in Fish Creek Park, couple warns

A Calgary couple is warning other pet owners after their dog suffered a serious cut from what they say was an illegal snare trap in Fish Creek Park.