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Why do so many bad drivers have luxury cars? A new...

You’ve probably yelled it once or twice at a driver of a German luxury car blasting through a red light somewhere in the...

It’s the world’s leading cause of death — and it’s not...

VANCOUVER—A new study has found that sepsis — not heart disease or stroke — is the leading cause of death in the world....

Men living in Toronto haven’t seen their wages increase since 2000,...

A groundbreaking new study from Statistics Canada has confirmed what many feared: The hollowing out of Canada’s manufacturing sector is taking a big...

Previous Canadian study and work experience help immigrants catch up on...

The average starting salary for newcomers has risen to an all-time high of $25,900, though they still lag behind their Canadian-born peers by...

How many Toronto homes sell for ‘over asking’? A study of...

Driving around Toronto you’ll often see signs with realtors advertising how they’ve successfully sold a property for “over asking.”The impression one could take...

Toronto immigrants face ‘thick glass ceiling’ when it comes to executive...

Immigrants may have made progress reaching the first rung on their career ladder in Canada, but they are getting nowhere near the C-suites,...

Hostile U.S. refugee policies stoking irregular migration to Canada, study says

Misinformation and hostile U.S. refugee policies are the main drivers behind the influx of so-called irregular migrants crossing into Canada, according to asylum...

To study a body, first you had to dig one up....

It looked as though Emeline Barnes had decided death wasn’t for her. More than a year after Emeline died of cancer, the soil...

Black families twice as likely to go hungry as white households,...

Black households in Canada are almost twice as likely as white households to have trouble putting food on the table due to lack...

Liberalizing beer and wine sales could hurt Ontario’s spirits industry: study

Premier Doug Ford’s plans to liberalize the sale of beer and wine could cause a major hangover for Ontario’s domestic spirits industry, a...
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