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Canada is at war with ISIS, not Syria, Stephen Harper says
On the eve of a G20 summit in Australia expected to focus in part on the crisis in Syria and Iraq, Stephen Harper says Canada does not support war on the Syrian government or any Middle East nation — only war against the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (I
Aust dignitaries snub Putin on G20 arrival
Australian leaders have been talking about what they'll do when they see Vladimir Putin at G20, but it's those who didn't meet the Russian president who raised eyebrows.
Mr Putin was greeted by Queensland Governor Paul de Jersey and Assistant Defence M
Sugar is the same, nutritionally, even by any other name
Health-conscious consumers who think brown sugar is healthier than white sugar, that the large-grained demerara sugar is healthier then brown sugar, or that honey is better than any of them, think again — nutritionally, they're all basically the same, som
Club Coffee takes Keurig pod fight to Competition Bureau
The biggest seller of off-brand coffee in Canada has lodged a formal complaint with the Competition Bureau, alleging Keurig is unfairly prohibiting other companies from making single-serve pods for their ubiquitous coffee machines and driving up prices fo
Why your taxes pay to make climate change worse: Don Pittis
Governments now agree that they must act to stop climate change, but whether rich or poor, some estimates say countries around the globe spend up to a trillion dollars a year to counteract the market forces that would discourage greenhouse gas production.
Why Are ISPs Removing Their Customers' Email Encryption'
Recently, Verizon was caught tampering with its customer's web requests to inject a tracking super-cookie. Another network-tampering threat to user safety has come to light from other providers: email encryption downgrade attacks.
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