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The film is retaining the musical's Canadian writers.
It's not all in your head.
The decision to wear a tiara shouldn't depend on gender norms, the church says.
Unfortunately, they don't play Ewoks.
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Pack your team sweaters, because, just maybe, this could be the year the Leafs make a strong Stanley Cup run.
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He's carrying on Princess Diana's legacy.
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Men have a higher rate of death by suicide than women.
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Men who assault women get off lightly. Men who stand up for social justice are punished.
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Scientists were able to alter an enzyme that is already used to treat the disease.
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But that doesn't mean you have to shell out that much, too.
She thanks Canada for its leadership on women, peace and security.
Why is the right to be free from search and seizure so difficult to understand?
New mothers face unique barriers.
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Nothing will make you feel better than watching Claire Danes ugly cry.
"It is on our television screens and in our newspapers. Why then, does nothing change?"
As the number of seniors in the Canadian population continues to grow, the crisis of care is set to worsen.
'Tis the season to connect with family members — the old fashioned way.
Lower tailbone pain is a sign of sitting on hard surfaces for too long.
"This is a childhood dream come true."
You're possibly having "I guess" sex or "nobody asked you" sex, and guess what? Neither of those sound consensual.
It used to rely on experts to write its opinion pieces and would scrupulously fact-check every column. Sadly, those days appear to be over.
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She knows what it's like to field obtrusive questions about her life choices.
"A group of Canadians is called an 'apology.'"
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A family spokesperson said he and other loved ones were by his mother’s bedside when she died.
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I was found in a ditch in Haiti, taken to hospital before I was adopted by a loving white Canadian couple.
After crunching all the numbers, it's clear our charitable sector is not only operating effectively, it's offering more to Canadian society than most of us even realize.
I've heard so many extremely disappointing stories from my patients that I'm no longer surprised about companies with no will to act on claims.
What would you do if you believed anything was possible?