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It’s been an eventful year for the British Royal Family, and Queen Elizabeth credits friendship for helping her navigate life. In a preview of the Queen’s annual Christmas broadcast released by the Royal Family on Twitter on Monday, the 92-year-old monarch addresses the “many changes” she’s witnessed over her lifetime, and says that those closest
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Toblerone has become the unwitting subject of far-right anger in Europe, after it was revealed that it’s halal-certified. The popular pyramid-shaped chocolate bar’s ingredients have not changed and have always been halal — meaning it is permissible for Muslims to eat. Story continues below READ MORE: People call for boycott of Quebec’s Parc Safari after it
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If your holiday plans include downloading an audiobook of Margaret Atwood’s A Handmaid’s Tale from a public library collection, or unwinding with an electronic copy of Justin Trudeau’s Common Ground, you could be out of luck. Libraries across Canada are running into barriers in accessing both ebooks and digital audiobooks for their patrons. Story continues
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Kotex tampons are being recalled in Canada and the United States after reports that fragments of the products remained inside consumers’ bodies after removal. Story continues below A press release by the company behind the brand, Kimberly-Clark, explained that a voluntary recall affects U by Kotex Sleek tampons and Regular Absorbency tampons sold between Oct. 17,
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The official colour of 2019 screams sunsets and sea reefs. The Pantone Color Institute chose “living coral” as 2019’s colour of the year on Wednesday. The institute has been choosing annual colours since 2000. One of the biggest takeaways this year was finding a colour that made people feel good. “With everything that’s going on today, we’re
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When Angela* went to the washroom at work and discovered she was bleeding heavily, she knew something was wrong; the media professional was around six weeks pregnant. “I found a private washroom where I could gather myself, and the bleeding kept coming,” she told Global News. She immediately contacted her doctor, who told her to
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An all-men’s a capella group at Princeton is pulling a popular Disney song from its lineup after consent concerns. The Princeton Tigertones had been performing Kiss the Girl from Disney’s The Little Mermaid for years but recently cut the track from its routine. A student newspaper suggested the song’s lyrics and the group’s onstage traditions promoted “toxic masculinity,”
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