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Tim Hortons layoffs: Long-time employees escorted out the door

Tim Hortons layoffs: Long-time employees escorted out the door (CBC News. 28 January 2015)

Excluded from debate, Green leader tweets her way in

Green Party Leader Elizabeth May live-tweeted from Victoria to Conservative, Liberal and NDP leaders during the Globe and Mail leaders' debate in Calgary. She was not included in the event.

The debt we owe Canada's thalidomide sufferers: Joe Schlesinger

An emotional Mercedes Benegbi, executive director of the Thalidomide Victims Association of Canada, shows her relief after the House of Commons voted to compensate survivors of thalidomide back in December.

This is not a prank: Realtor becomes internet famous for ad of laser beams shooting from eyes

This might look like a prank, but Patricia Houlihan says she just wanted to have some fun with her advertisements.

Health Canada requires doctor to sign confidentiality agreement to see drug data

Dr. Nav Persaud was required to sign a confidentiality agreement by Health Canada, which prevents him from discussing unpublished clinical trial data

Yukon woman's 'powerful moment' with the Duchess of Cambridge

Kluane Adamek says it was a bit overwhelming to find herself so close to the royals as well as the Prime Minister and Sophie Grégoire Trudeau. 'Kate has amazing style. I loved her dress,' Adamek said.

Canadian luxury real estate a hot market for foreign buyers: Sotheby's

Boats are moored in a marina near Yaletown condo towers in Vancouver. Sotheby's says foreign demand for Canadian luxury real estate will remain strong through this year.

There’s a Price to Pay for Not Eating America’s Ugly Seafood (Clare Leschin-Hoar,, 28 JUne 2015)

Why would someone steal the world’s rarest water lily?

The long read: In January, a rare and endangered plant was taken from Kew Gardens – only a few years after scientists saved it from extinction. Sam Knight investigates what happens when plant obsession turns criminal.