Trending Evening
 

September 16, 2019

 

Here are the eight most popular articles with Globe readers this evening.


Eataly finally arrives in Toronto: ‘It’s important that we do it right instead of fast’
  1 | Eataly finally arrives in Toronto: ‘It’s important that we do it right instead of fast’
 

Susan Krashinsky Robertson

 
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Former Ontario minister sides with Beijing, pins Hong Kong protests on ‘outside’ forces
2 | Former Ontario minister sides with Beijing, pins Hong Kong protests on ‘outside’ forces
 

Xiao Xu

 
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Tropical storm Humberto strengthens into a hurricane, threatens the Bahamas devastated by Dorian
3 | Tropical storm Humberto strengthens into a hurricane, threatens the Bahamas devastated by Dorian
 

Eileen Soreng

 
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4 | Blackstone to pay $3.3-billion in cash for Canada’s Dream Global REIT
 

Tim Kiladze and Rachelle Younglai

 
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5 | Marner signing’s impact on salary cap means Leafs’ window of contention closing, not opening
 

Cathal Kelly

 
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6 | Boris Johnson to meet top EU officials as signs emerge of possible Brexit breakthrough
 

Paul Waldie

 
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7 | Artificially sweetened drinks could be worse than sugar-laden ones, new study suggests
 

Leslie Beck

 
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  8 | Oil prices jump after drone attack slashes Saudi production in half
 

Jeffrey Jones

 
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