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<b>CANADA:</b> Warning environmental charities not to discuss climate change during the election an 'erosion of democracy,' researcher says

CANADA: Warning environmental charities not to discuss climate change during the election an 'erosion of democracy,' researcher says

Researcher warns that this leaves climate deniers free to say whatever they please, while muzzling others
York Curling Club takin' it to the streets <b> (7 photos) </b>

York Curling Club takin' it to the streets (7 photos)

A synthetic ice surface and rocks on casters brings curling out of the rink
It really is the Dog Days of Summer <b> (11 photos) </b>

It really is the Dog Days of Summer (11 photos)

Pet lovers learned about dogs available for adoption, affordable clinic services and dog care at a fun event hosted by the Ontario SPCA at Pfaff Volkswagon Saturday afternoon
Remembering the glory days of Molson Park <b>(14 photos)</b>

Remembering the glory days of Molson Park (14 photos)

'It was an incredible opportunity for people in this area to see top world talent for many years. Even Weird Al and Spinal Tap, they all played Molson Park, usually at the peak of their popularity,' says Barrie's deputy mayor
Markham woman critically injured in fatal boating crash

Markham woman critically injured in fatal boating crash

Florida man died as a result of the Lake Joseph collision
Province seeks feedback for reform of child welfare system

Province seeks feedback for reform of child welfare system

Youth, families, caregivers and frontline workers are asked to provide feedback through an online survey, which will be available Aug. 30
Brother's death prompts author to write novel of love, loss

Brother's death prompts author to write novel of love, loss

Angie Vancise debut novel, Cry of an Osprey, highlights a tragic gay love story
Food intolerances can cause chronic skin conditions

Food intolerances can cause chronic skin conditions

Eczema, psoriasis and severe acne are often linked to extreme food sensitivities, licensed nutritionist Nonie De Long says
<b>CANADA:</b> Misogyny is embedded in our social, political structures. The SNC-Lavalin affair proves it

CANADA: Misogyny is embedded in our social, political structures. The SNC-Lavalin affair proves it

A firm policy in the PMO on respecting the political independence of the attorney general might have served him better when Wilson-Raybould first cautioned him against interfering in the SNC-Lavalin case, Associate Professor says
Back to School: Keeping kids active improves their focus

Back to School: Keeping kids active improves their focus

There are many important connections between the health of the body and the brain that can help kids reach their potential both on and off the playing field