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Channelling Goldilocks, Trump looks for just-right ways to stave off recession: Don Pittis

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Not too hot, not too cold, but just right. Forever. Even if U.S. President Donald Trump can't create the Goldilocks economy, can we do it eventually?

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How an Ebola research project could help combat vaccine disinformation in Canada

Harris Ali – York University

A Canadian research project in Congo centred on how to build trust in communities could help efforts to fight the spread of Ebola, measles and many other diseases around the world.

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Ottawa in talks to work out cannabis rules for First Nations territories

Bill Blair and Isadore Day

The federal government's lead minister on the cannabis file has been in talks with First Nations leaders over how to carve out First Nations jurisdiction over the cannabis industry on their territories.

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Autism was tough on this B.C. pair. This is how they're making it easier for others

Teen Sensory Consultant

If you don’t have a tour guide, it’s easy to miss what’s so relaxing about the space that’s set aside in the Museum of Surrey. Staff sought out advice on how to create spaces where people with autism aren't overwhelmed with stimuli.

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The 'Ford factor' and battleground Ontario

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In this week’s Canada Votes newsletter: Will the "Ford Factor" sink the Conservatives in this election? Also: How is the latest SNC-Lavalin news affecting the polls - and how much money can parties spend in the election?

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Brazilian warplanes dumping water on Amazon rainforest fires

Brazil Amazon Fires

Backed by military aircraft, tens of thousands of Brazilian troops have been deployed in the Amazon to fight fires ravaging the rainforest. About 44,000 troops will be available for "unprecedented" operations to put out the fires.

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Forget Toronto. Buying in P.E.I. increasingly 'cutthroat' as home prices rise

Sarah Dennis and Tristan Gray

The cost of housing is climbing faster in Prince Edward Island than in much of Canada, with the average price of a home in Charlottetown jumping nearly 40 per cent in just three years.

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After outcry, company to remove pro-Bernier billboards that criticize 'mass immigration'

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The owner of billboards currently showcasing ads that seek to promote the People's Party of Canada's controversial stance on immigration reversed course on Sunday, saying the company would take the material down in response to "overwhelming" criticism.

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The Goldilocks president says he wants to keep the boom alive: Don Pittis

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Not too hot, not too cold, but just right. Forever. Even if U.S. President Donald Trump can't create the Goldilocks economy, can we do it eventually?

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Is the federal carbon tax killing jobs? Experts say answer isn't 'black and white'

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Western premiers have argued a carbon tax costs jobs. But industry analysts say the cause-and-effect is not clear.

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Canadian lobster exports boom amid U.S. trade tensions with China

Lobster Exports

America's lobster exports to China have fallen off a cliff this year, as new retaliatory tariffs shift seafood business to Canada. In places like Halifax and Moncton, cargo planes are coming to handle a growing bump in exports.

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Companies push ahead on pot gummy plans despite hazy regulations

Utah Lawmaker Marijuana edibles

Chewy, colourful cannabis-infused gummies in bright colours and in the shape of animals or creatures are among the best-selling edible pot products on the black market — but Canadians shouldn't expect them on legal shelves.

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Forget Toronto. Buying in P.E.I. increasingly 'cutthroat' as home prices rise

Sarah Dennis and Tristan Gray

The cost of housing is climbing faster in Prince Edward Island than in much of Canada, with the average price of a home in Charlottetown jumping nearly 40 per cent in just three years.

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Through the roof: Low inventory of houses fuels sellers' market in Halifax area

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Real estate specialists say it’s a sellers’ market right now in the Halifax Regional Municipality, due to the low number of houses for sale.

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