Make 2020 the year you thrive at work

Do you feel like you aren’t your true self at work? Leadership coach Melissa Dawn talks to Global’s Dan Spector about how unleashing your

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‘Worth his weight in gold’: Pilot killed in Gabriola crash remembered for animal rescue work

The pilot killed in Tuesday’s crash on B.C.’s Gabriola Island is being remembered for his charity work with an animal rescue organization. In addition

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Why forcing kids to say sorry doesn’t really work

It’s a common command heard in homes, schools and childcare centres following a dispute between children: “Say you’re sorry.” It’s likely followed by: “Now

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If you’re looking for work in Alberta, you’re not alone — so here’s some help

It’s not a great time to be job hunting in Alberta. If you’re looking for work, you’re among about 170,000 people. Last week alone, about

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For the opposition, a dilemma: work with Trudeau, or cut him down early?

The unsatisfying federal election campaign of 2019 didn’t really end on October 21. Instead, it has splintered into a half-dozen smaller campaigns — a tangle

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How minority governments work — and what happens when they don’t

The results of the federal election of 2019 should become more or less clear sometime after 10 p.m. ET Monday night, give or take a

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Edmonton police and health sector must work together, chief says

A stronger link between the health sector and policing is needed to address some key crime concerns in Edmonton, says police Chief Dale McFee. At

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28 per cent of men believe they could lose their job if they discuss mental health at work: study – National

Suicide remains the biggest cause of death for Canadian men under the age of 44, but new research by the Movember Foundation found that men

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How do B.C.’s eco-friendly outhouses work? With foot pumps and feces-eating worms

It’s not exactly a savoury topic, but outhouse maintenance is a big deal in the backcountry. And in some parts of British Columbia, dealing

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After heavy spring floods, demolition work begins in Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac – Montreal

Four months after a dike ruptured and forced 6,000 people from the town of Sainte-Marthe-sur-le-Lac, demolition work has begun on flood-stricken homes in the

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