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Extremism does not stop at the U.S.-Canada border​

Amid violent far-right rallies in the United States, warning signs of similar sentiment can be seen among factions across Canada

Montreal at odds with province over legislation to ban face coverings for public services

Mayor Denis Coderre's objections are the latest flashpoint in the debate over Quebec identity and the rights of religious minorities

How to beat the summer Fear of Missing Out blues

If you think your neighbour is having more fun than you this season, you're probably spending too much time on social media, experts suggest

Evening Update newsletter: Trump ousts Bannon; manhunt ongoing in Spain after deadly attacks

Also: Swedish prosecutors to charge Bombardier employee with bribery

Margaret Wente in Nunavut: The power of resolve and hope in the North

A historic agreement will make the Lancaster Sound marine conservation area the largest protected region in Canada, ensuring that no one will drill for oil in the Northwest Passage

Far-right, anti-fascist groups plan duelling protests in Quebec City

Right-wing group La Meute is organizing a rally opposed to 'illegal immigration,' while Montreal Antifasciste is calling on anti-fascist and anti-racist organizations for a counter-protest

Crown seeks nine years for man who attempted to leave Canada to join Islamic State

Defence recommends six-and-a-half years for Ismael Habib

Alleged Yahoo hacker Karim Baratov to forgo extradition hearing

Hi lawyers says Baratov is excited to see his case moving forward

Demand outstrips supply across Canada for solar eclipse glasses

As inventory has dwindled at stores across Canada, people are turning to Kijiji, where pairs are selling for up to $40

Ex neo-Nazi urges parents to talk to kids about Charlottesville

Tony McAleer, who helps people leave neo-Nazi lifestyle, says growth of Internet has made it easier for youth to become radicalized

Morning Update newsletter: Spain rocked by terror attacks

Also: Asylum seekers at Quebec border nearly quadrupled in July, American NAFTA demands could backfire

How the Mob controls marijuana and why it is impossible to expel them

A Globe and Mail investigation offers a glimpse into the insidious nature of organized crime, finding that criminal groups easily exploited loopholes in the federal government's old medical-marijuana licensing regimes

Indigenous chief says Trudeau needs 'wake-up call' on land rights

First Nations leaders have expressed their concerns about the treatment of Indigenous people in Canada to a United Nations committee that examines racial discrimination

Nova Scotia faces staffing issues for preprimary classes

The program is to be introduced across the province over the next four years at a cost of $49.9-million a year

Canadian man gets 20 years in U.S. prison for cross-border drug ring

Harinder Dhaliwal of Brampton, Ont. was among a group of at least six other people indicted in a smuggling operation that sent more than $130-million over the Canada-U.S. border

Justice officials testing waters for sentencing reform promised by Liberals

Online survey asks respondents to judge several crime scenarios as Liberals prepare to introduce legislation this fall

Ontario man charged after allegedly flying to Atlanta to have sex with 13-year-old girl

Officials say the 53-year-old has been arraigned on federal charges of using the Internet to entice a child for sexual activity and enticing the girl to engage in sexually explicit conduct over the Internet

At least two Quebecers who attended white supremacist rally in Charlottesville identified

One of the men took to Facebook to express his anger after an anti-fascist group posted a screen capture that showed his face and that of four other men

Evening Update newsletter: At least 13 killed in Barcelona attack; Trump defends stance on Confederate monuments

Plus: The number of asylum seekers at Quebec border nearly quadrupled in July

Nine men tied to Toronto-area Hells Angels chapter arrested in P.E.I.

The men face charges relating to involvement in a criminal organization as well as lottery and gaming counts

Statscan revises census data to show decline in English speakers in Quebec

A computer error recorded some 55,000 people as English speakers, when they really had French as their mother tongue

Ontario to open shelter to help assist with influx of asylum seekers

'There is no crisis here,' Garneau says as thousands cross border from U.S. to Quebec in first two weeks of August

From captivity to mother's arms: Yazidi boy lands in Winnipeg

Emad Mishko Tamo, 12, reunited with his mother three years after being captured by the Islamic State in northern Iraq

Morning Update newsletter: Saudi Arabia defends use of Canadian-made armoured vehicles against civilians

Also: U.S. to seek tough NAFTA rules of origin in auto sector, Teen who drowned on school trip did not pass required swim test

Butts, Bannon and an unexpectedly effective courtship

Courting Trump and his team makes sense for NAFTA negotiations, but praise from one of his most toxic advisers could prove unhelpful

Immigration tribunal to audit long-term detention practices

The audit comes after Ontario Superior Court Justice Edward Morgan likened a refugee claimant's treatment at the hands of adjudicators to that of Joseph K in Franz Kafka's novel The Trial

Followers of total solar eclipses travel far and wide for the best views

For some, a partial solar obstruction isn't enough, so a group of Victoria residents seek the best seats in the house below the border

Integrated mobility is the next frontier in transportation, but are Canadian cities ready?

Integrated mobility is one of the hottest topics in the transit industry – but peddling the idea to Canadian cities is proving a slow ride

Famed explorer's ship to return to Norway after 90 years in Nunavut

The Maud was built in 1917 for Roald Amundsen, the first man to reach the South Pole

Health Canada facing pressure to overhaul existing Food Guide

Consultations on the upcoming changes ended Monday and the department wants to assure the public it has taken steps to ensure the process is free of potential conflicts-of-interest

Evening Update newsletter: U.S. demands steep concessions in NAFTA talks; Trump disbands business councils

Plus: CIBC to cut ties with President's Choice

Abortion access in Nova Scotia is 'out of step': Health Minister

Randy Delorey said he has asked health officials to look into concerns and report back on how to improve access

It is bigger than the Vancouver Olympics: How the 10-day Multisport festival will unfold in B.C.

An epic five-race event combining running, swimming and cycling will be taking place in Penticton, B.C. Thousands of athletes, both professional and amateur, will compete in the championship for the first time

Morning Update newsletter: NAFTA's first round of talks will jump right into Chapter 19

Also: What to expect at the NAFTA table; Trump blames 'both sides' for clashes in Virginia

Ontario First Nation, Ottawa sign self-governing education agreement

The Anishinabek Nation will govern its K-to-12 education system on reserve in hopes of improving academic achievement

Plaque honouring Jefferson Davis removed from Montreal building

The plaque honouring the former president of the Confederate States of America had been there since 1957 and was supplied by the United Daughters of the Confederacy

Barriers to abortion services in Nova Scotia are 'unconscionable': activists

Joyce Arthur said one of the biggest problems in the province is the need for women to obtain a referral before being able to make an appointment for a surgical abortion

People rally in Halifax to show solidarity with Charlottesville, denounce racism

Gathering took place around the statue of Halifax's founder Edward Cornwallis, a bronze monument that Mi'kmaq groups have long argued should be taken down

Race to replace Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall gets first entrant

Social Services Minister Tina Beaudry-Mellor said she couldn't watch the race to replace Wall as Saskatchewan Party leader from the sidelines

Forest fire smoke in northwestern Ontario prompts evacuation of First Nation

A fire information officer said there have been a rapidly rising number of fires in the region, with up to 30 new ones a day and a current total of 155 blazes in the area

Evening Update newsletter: Trump doubles down on initial Charlottesville response; what to expect at the NAFTA table

Plus: Canada's banking regulator reviewing Big Six sales practices risk

Visit by Clinton family has small Quebec town buzzing

The mayor of North Hatley says you can 'feel the excitement' as merchants hope to get a visit by the Clintons

Environment Canada warns of rip currents as Hurricane Gert to brush Grand Banks

The agency said the storm will have no direct effect on land, but waves will pound parts of the provinces' Atlantic coasts

Advocate urges more transparency after five child deaths in New Brunswick

Province's child and youth advocate says public needs to know more about the five children who have died

Military reviewing investigation of 'Proud Boys' who disrupted Halifax Indigenous ceremony

Five military members were involved in the incident

Morning Update newsletter: Federal prison takes down kennel-like solitary pens

Also: Trump yields to pressure and decries hate groups, Freeland outlines Canada's NAFTA priorities

Federal prison takes down kennel-like exercise pens for inmates in solitary confinement

The cages at Edmonton Institution were dismantled after The Globe and Mail published a photo of their cramped confines

Bumblebee colonies at risk of extinction after exposure to common pesticide: study

A widely used pesticide has been found to reduce the chances of queens starting new colonies by more than a quarter

Missing McGill music professor found dead in Montreal

Police said Eleanor Stubley's disappearance and death are not connected to a criminal act but they refused to provide further details

Ontario judge frees refugee claimant, calls detention Kafkaesque

Justice Edward Morgan's ruling raises questions of whether Canada regularly detains refugee claimants and other non-citizens arbitrarily, in violation of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms