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The government's use of vaccine mandates, cellphone tracking were 'necessary and proportional,' the commissioner found
Chief cheerleader commissioner Randy Ambrosie pitches the league as 'fun, fast and entertaining'. Big markets need convincing
Titanium dioxide, a colouring agent, is commonly found in candy, cakes, cookies, desserts and snacks
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Dear Diary: 'The science is settled on the dangers of tobacco use. When people refuse to heed this information, as health professionals we must conclude they are motivated entirely by ignorance'
Internal emails reveal the extent of an internal crisis inside the PMPRB that led to the acting chairperson’s resignation last fall
Crime and affordability have emerged as key issues in the campaign.
The move to ban the Bible follows a complaint from parents back in March that the text is 'one of the most sex-ridden books around'