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Millions of Canadians had their information lifted from Capital One databases by a hacker putting them in danger of serious identity fraud....

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Fifth-ranked Canada edged out a determined Cameroon team 1-0 to win their opener in this year’s Women’s World Cup in France yesterday....

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Pride Month kicks off in Toronto with the raising of the rainbow and transgender flags at City Hall....

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The International Grand Committee on Big Data, Privacy and Democracy convened for the second straight day in Ottawa this morning....

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The amateur club’s participation in the Canadian Championship has been felt at the club and across League1 Ontario with support coming from all involved with soccer in the province....

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The stench of the popular Southeast Asian fruit durian has been mistaken for natural gas leaks or overwhelmed pilots, forcing them to land planes....

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The most important stories are often the most difficult for journalists, who are willing to put themselves in the thick of the action no matter how dangerous or unsettling....

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NHL playoffs have finally arrived in Toronto, and there is no better place to watch the game than Maple Leaf Square outside Scotiabank Arena....

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An issue maligning college basketball is the relationship millionaire head coaches have with their unpaid student-athletes....

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Team Canada's young squad looked to impress in the March 24 match against French Guiana even with star Alphonso Davies out....

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