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Your anti-Muslim verbal assault overwhelmed us – but here’s what we would have liked to say

Fortunately, the reaction of bystanders was comforting. In hindsight, here’s what you should know about our Canadian family, Tayyab Rashid and Afroze Anjum write

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A summer meal that's low on carbs, but big on fresh flavour

Garlic scapes, cauliflower and strawberries help make a complete summer meal

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Six Canadian-inspired products to celebrate July 1

Some local and international brands are commemorating Canada's 150th birthday

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Fashion photographers on their most memorable Canadian images

To mark the sesquicentennial, top fashion imagemakers reflect on the captivating moments behind some of their iconic photos

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Why Sophie Grégoire Trudeau is on a mission to expose true Canadian style

Canada's 'first lady' reveals why she’s made it a priority to shine a spotlight on Canadian talent

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Women getting pumped up about weightlifting

Whether for muscle tone, strength or even getting ripped for competitions, more women are picking up barbells and entering the once male-dominated ...

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From 'sex perverts' to queer: Globe archives chronicle how we talked about homosexuality

Reading the clipping files in The Globe archives is like watching a sped-up version of the evolution of public and editorial opinion about LGBT rights, beginning with the decriminalization of homosexuality.

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Lessons of the Grenfell blaze: How can Canada’s thousands of aging towers be kept safe?

In the coming decades, the retrofitting of apartment towers, usually through the sort of ‘overcladding’ that took place at Grenfell, will affect the lives and safety of more than a million Canadians

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My parents are overprotective – but the older I get, the more I understand them

It’s not always easy being raised by first-generation immigrants, Rula Alwan writes

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You don’t need Fitbits or gizmos to turn into a chiselled dynamo

Electronic tracking bracelets are less than accurate and besides, exercise is a a meritocracy – hard work is what counts

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Six burning summer questions, answered

Summer is full of weird and wonderful mysteries, so before it gets too hot to think, Globe reporters dug up some answers

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Tough love at a high-end Arizona wellness retreat

At the Canyon Ranch wellness centre, high-tech fitness and medical tests provide a dose of reality that might be hard to hear

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The tide has turned. How did I get to be the oldest in the crowd?

In Nicaragua for a surfing course, my fellow travellers quickly became my new best friends – but a significant age delta separated us​

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What it’s like to build a career after being suddenly paralyzed

One of the major struggles in my job search was trying to figure out when to tell people that I have a disability

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Although I’m no longer 19, I take university classes to keep my brain sharp

I take courses, whether about a hobby or something I enjoy, to learn something new or to get my brain fired up

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Making the Camino trek – if not this decade, when?

I had no fancy transformational goals when I set out on the path from Portugal to Spain – I simply wanted to see if I could do it

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Leah McLaren: Women, beware the post-truth world of woo woo

Woo woo is short-hand for anything slightly silly, trendy and/or new agey that exists for the primary purpose of making people feel better about our ...

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Love and coupledom in the LGBTQ community, 12 years after marriage equality

Twelve years after winning the right to marry, have queer people or their communities been changed by legal same-sex marriage?

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Why you need a mental health leader

Without leadership from the top, making changes to support mental health is a challenge

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The new tattoo: murals on houses, garages speak to passions of people inside

Whether they like it or not, many homeowners in the city will end up having their property covered in graffiti. But some are choosing to beat the street artists to the punch

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Coconut oil has more ‘bad’ fat than beef and butter, heart doctors warn

Butter and beef drippings have less saturated fat, according to the American Heart Association

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Ken doll makeover includes cornrows, ‘broad’ body type and new skin tones

The new Ken will be sold in three body shapes and seven skin tones

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Nearly one in two Canadians expected to get cancer: report

Cancer Society report also predicts that one in four will die of the disease

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The challenges of making my beloved grandmother's pickles in a safe and modern way

Mangoes were one of the few reasons to look forward to the sweltering summers when I was growing up in New Delhi. The month of May meant the arrival ...

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A toast to the season’s best books on drinks

With multiple book releases devoted to mezcal, rum and gin, 2017 is less about magical thinking than stiff drinking

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Are seals too cute to eat? An advocate on why it's healthy, humane and necessary

Dion Dakins defends the maligned sector, saying Canada manages its seal resource sustainably and hunting is important as a fisheries ecomanagement tool

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Why wine is the stand-out in the long list of bourbon-infused products

From mustard to tequila, it seems as if the entire supermarket is being aged in old bourbon barrels. According to Christine Sismondo, some of the wines are actually worth trying

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Video: Design duo Colin and Justin talk 2016 colours and spring trends

Design duo Colin and Justin dish on decorating and the latest Pantone 2016 colours and spring trends.

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