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Letters to the editor: ‘Trying to strong-arm unrealized profit from homeowners would result in rampant injustices.’ Readers debate: Should Canada scrap the homeowner tax break?

Letters to the editor: ‘Trying to strong-arm unrealized profit from homeowners would result in rampant injustices.’ Readers debate: Should Canada scrap the homeowner tax break?

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Keep your Opinions sharp and informed. Get the Opinion newsletter. Sign up today. Readers respond: We Should Scrap The Homeowner Tax Break (July 29) Columnist Andrew Coyne makes a strong macroeconomic case for ending tax exemptions on capital gains f

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Iroquois Nationals fight for right to be at 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Ala

Iroquois Nationals fight for right to be at 2022 World Games in Birmingham, Ala

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The Iroquois Nationals are, once again, fighting to be included in international competition for the sport they invented. More than 25,000 people have signed a petition demanding that the Iroquois Nationals be permitted to play in the 2022 World Game

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Serge Ibaka has 19 points, Raptors defeat Trail Blazers in second scrimmage in NBA bubble

Serge Ibaka has 19 points, Raptors defeat Trail Blazers in second scrimmage in NBA bubble

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Serge Ibaka scored 19 points, while Pascal Siakam added 18, and the Toronto Raptors beat the Portland Trail Blazers 110-104 in their second exhibition scrimmage of the NBA restart in the Walt Disney World bubble. Matt Thomas had 16 points, while Kyle

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Toronto Raptors still showing rust in Orlando

Toronto Raptors still showing rust in Orlando

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From the presence of digital fans and scorekeepers behind plexiglass, to the NBA’s reigning champs playing sloppy basketball, everything about the Toronto Raptors’ final exhibition game of the NBA restart appeared peculiar. The Raptors looked disenga

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How safe is flying during COVID-19?

How safe is flying during COVID-19?

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The question: How safe is flying right now? I need to travel to see a sick relative. What are my chances of catching COVID-19 if I go via airplane? The answer: The odds of catching COVID-19 may be less than you think Most people assume that being coo

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Alberta appoints CIBC executive to lead Crown entity focused on Indigenous project investment

Alberta appoints CIBC executive to lead Crown entity focused on Indigenous project investment

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The Alberta government has appointed a CIBC executive to lead a Crown corporation that will provide $1-billion in loan guarantees to Indigenous groups seeking to buy into resource and infrastructure projects such as pipelines. Alicia Dubois, currentl

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First Nations elder says she’s disappointed woman accused of racist Facebook posts has not faced consequences

First Nations elder says she’s disappointed woman accused of racist Facebook posts has not faced consequences

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A First Nations elder who led mediation circles after a social media post called for violence against Indigenous people says she is disappointed one of three women arrested has not faced consequences. “We do not accept racism,” said Irene Young. Youn

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Total writes off $9.3-billion in oil sands assets, cancels CAPP membership

Total writes off $9.3-billion in oil sands assets, cancels CAPP membership

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French energy giant Total says it is writing off $9.3-billion (US$7 billion) worth of oil sands assets in Alberta and cancelling its membership in the Calgary-based Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. Total now considers oil reserves with hi

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One dead, one found alive after fishing boat goes missing off Newfoundland’s west coast

One dead, one found alive after fishing boat goes missing off Newfoundland’s west coast

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 A 49-year-old fisherman was found dead Wednesday after his fishing boat failed to return to a community on Newfoundland’s west coast. A 27-year-old man also aboard the vessel was found alive Wednesday morning in the water about 13 kilometres we

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Most students will return to B.C. classrooms this fall, but details are vague

Most students will return to B.C. classrooms this fall, but details are vague

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Most students in British Columbia will return to full-time, in-class learning this September, but questions remain about how some high schools will adapt class schedules to accommodate new COVID-19 guidelines. B.C. Provincial Health Officer Bonnie He

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