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How to reduce your grocery bill without sacrificing nutrition

There are many ways people can save on their grocery bills without sacrificing nutrition and a healthy diet.DOMINIC CHAN/The Canadian Press Since May, Canada’s food inflation has been close to 10 percent. Dairy and restaurant fare have seen the biggest price increases, followed by baked goods and vegetables. Soaring grocery prices mean many Canadians are …

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Letters to the editor: ‘Canada could raise the GST.’ How to fight inflation? Plus other letters to the editor for Oct. 3

Shoppers at the Toronto Eaton Center on July 18th.Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail plot hole Re EU promises retaliation for pipeline blasts as Russia denies involvement (29 September): There are reports of Russian submarines near the location and time of three pipeline blasts in the Baltic Sea. NATO and European Union suspect sabotage, but who …

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Here’s how to talk to kids about Orange Shirt Day, according to Indigenous educators – National

When Phyllis Webstad was six, her grandmother got her a new orange tie-front t-shirt to wear to school. But on her first day at St. Joseph Mission Residential School in Williams Lake, BC, Webstad’s new orange shirt was taken away from her. The color orange has always reminded Webstad of her experience at boarding school …

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‘Ongoing care’: How to mark 2nd official Day for Truth and Reconciliation

On Friday, Canada marks the second official National Day for Truth and Reconciliation — a federal public holiday designed to give public employees a chance to honor the hostels’ heritage. “We have to remember that this is called Orange Shirt Day,” said Crystal Gail Fraser, assistant professor of history and native studies at the University …

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How to apply for The Globe and Mail’s 2023 Summer Jobs Program

Reporters working in the Globe and Mail office on the 15th floor are photographed on January 23, 2017.Fred Lum If you are passionate about journalism, motivated and curious – and would like to gain experience working in a major newsroom – please note: The Globe and Mail is now accepting applications for our 2023 summer …

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How to know if you’re facing workplace sexism or ageism

The firing of television news anchor Lisa LaFlamme has sparked discussions about discrimination against women in the workplaceyoutube When Lisa LaFlamme said she was “caught by surprise” after being fired from her job as a host for CTV National News, many Canadians – from industry officials to viewers – suggested that discrimination was the main …

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Hockey Canada audit report expected in December, sport minister says – National

The final report on a government-ordered forensic audit of Hockey Canada’s finances and governance is due in December, Sport Minister Pascale St-Onge’s office has confirmed to Global News. A spokesman said in a statement on Friday that the review would conclude this week, with preliminary findings expected to be presented in September, followed by a …

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Canada’s Szeryk starts CP Women’s Open with one of her best rounds of the LPGA season

OTTAWA — One of the best rounds of Maddie Szeryk’s LPGA Tour season couldn’t have come at a better time. Szeryk of London, Ontario shot a 4-under 67 in the first round of the CP Women’s Open on Thursday. She and Hamilton’s Alena Sharp ended the day as defeated Canada, who finished 16th along with …

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COVID-19 pandemic is still ‘raging,’ experts say. How to stay safe heading into fall – National

The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over yet, experts are warning, and they say Canadians should continue to take precautions during the fall months to protect themselves and the healthcare system from the virus and other seasonal illnesses. Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiologist and associate professor at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Health Sciences, warns that the …

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Charles Chuck Beaudry Thursday August 11th 2022, death notice, Obituaries, Necrology

It is with deep sadness that we announce the peaceful death of Charles (Chuck) Beaudry in the early hours of August 11, 2022 after a year-long battle with cancer.Chuck will be fondly remembered by his 53-year-old wife Carol, daughters Jacqueline (Pat Collins) and Renée (Jeff Peterson), and beloved grandchildren Paige, Brooke, Norah, Gillian and Taite. …

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