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Review: The Breadwinner is an inspiring,... The film tells the story of an 11-year-old girl who poses as a boy to provide for her family in Taliban-ruled Kabul


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Review: The Man Who Invented Christmas is a... Story credits Dickens’s A Christmas Carol with establishing the holiday’s association with friendship, goodwill and charity


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Review: Last Flag Flying has lovely moments,... Richard Linklater delivers an intriguing film that frustratingly fails to produce a whole that is more than the sum of many worthy parts


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Review: Hedy Lamarr documentary portrays the... Alexandra Dean’s documentary Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story weaves together a story about how she spent 85 years trying desperately to be taken seriously


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Canadian entertainment associations agree to... The Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists has been leading the charge against harassment in the creative industries in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault scandal


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The Globe’s newspaper redesign: A letter from... I know how much you anticipate the serendipity of print six days a week, and we intend to repay that faith with an even better paper


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The Globe and Mail’s redesigned newspaper... The new paper is designed to provide maximum flexibility to tell the stories that need to be told with the insight and analysis only The Globe and Mail can provide


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Flynn's lawyers split from Trump team: report Lawyers for Michael Flynn, U.S. President Donald Trump’s former national security adviser, have told Trump's legal team they can no longer discuss the probe by a special counsel, indicating Flynn may be cooperating with the investigation, The New York Times reported on Thursday. Colette Luke has more.


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Stampeders defence has the numbers to back up... As Calgary prepared to face the Toronto Argonauts in Sunday’s Grey Cup, defensive lineman Charleston Hughes said ‘we are 100-per-cent confident in what we’re doing as a team’


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Eskimos quarterback Mike Reilly named CFL’s... Reilly received 64 votes after leading the CFL in passing and finishing tied with Ottawa’s Trevor Harris for most TDs


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Argos' Ricky Ray keeps focus on Grey Cup,... A model of calm throughout his career, the veteran quarterback is hoping to cap off a resurgent 2017 campaign with a fourth career Grey Cup title


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Search ends for three sailors missing in U.S.... The C-2A ‘Greyhound’ transport aircraft was travelling to the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier when it crashed


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CFL chaplains help keep all kinds of faith Every CFL team has a member of the faith-based group Athletes in Action who provide Bible study, a game-day chapel and one-on-one conversations with players and staff


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Ontario cottage region to reconsider... People with cottages in Muskoka expressed concern that developing condos, which are currently prohibited, would create dense communities that do not comply with the strict building limits imposed on the area’s expansive cottage lots


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Blue Jays led MLB with the most minor-leaguers... On Tuesday, MLB suspended three players in the Blue Jays minor-league system for using performance-enhancing drugs


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B.C. legislature committee to review future of... Green Party leader says ride-hailing is long overdue in British Columbia and suggests both BC Liberals and NDP have been too cautious on the file


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What the Giller Prize means to Michael Redhill The author of Bellevue Square won $100,000 this week


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Reporter Mike Carmichael was a witness to history His work took him from Cold War East Berlin to a TV studio with Malcolm X to the site of a Saskatchewan mass murder


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Gaps grow in background checks for Parliament... Officials say most of the non-RCMP personnel in the Parliamentary Protective Service — created in 2015 after a gunman killed a soldier and stormed Centre Block — have not had screening equivalent to that of the RCMP officers


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University of Lethbridge reinstates professor... Anthony Hall was suspended in October 2016 following comments he made in online articles and videos suggesting there was a Zionist connection to the 9/11 attacks and that the events of the Holocaust should be up for debate


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Vancouver tables 10-year plan to address... Multifaceted report to be voted on next week aims to tackle a range of issues as city looks to set production goals by income level


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Asian shares hover below 10-year peak, China... MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was almost flat, as Hong Kong shares bucked the softness in the mainland shares to gain 0.6 per cent


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Syria opposition meeting sees no role for Assad... Opposition groups met to seek a unified position ahead of UN-backed peace talks after two years of Russian military intervention that has helped Assad’s government recapture Syria’s main cities


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Provinces reject price negotiations for Orkambi... Costly drug used to treat cystic fibrosis has been rejected twice for public funding as agency notes limited evidence of effectiveness


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Philip Rivers throws for three touchdowns as... Cowboys lost their third straight by at least 20 points in a damaging defeat for their fading playoff hopes


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Andy Warhol's Campbell’s Soup I... The works were donated by Toronto-based philanthropists Jim and Margaret Fleck


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Dianne Watts is losing her advantage in the BC... To say that the former Surrey mayor and Conservative MP's campaign has been underwhelming would be charitable


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Vikings add to division lead with win over Lions Case Keenum picked apart Detroit’s defence with his arm and made plays with his legs as Minnesota went on to win their seventh straight game


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Globe editorial: Net neutrality is worth... Net neutrality is the idea that all websites should be treated equally by those who own the pipes through which the internet runs, regardless of content, provenance or ownership. Canadian law mandates this principle – but the United States is about to do away with such rules.


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