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January 18, 2020

 

Here are the eight most popular articles with Globe readers at noon.


‘Perhaps if Canadians didn’t treat the United States with such distaste, we would have a strong and loyal ally.’ Readers debate: On the world stage, has Canada been left to stand alone?
1 | ‘Perhaps if Canadians didn’t treat the United States with such distaste, we would have a strong and loyal ally.’ Readers debate: On the world stage, has Canada been left to stand alone?
 
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Harry and Meghan have no idea: Immigrating to Canada is hard
2 | Harry and Meghan have no idea: Immigrating to Canada is hard
 

Robert Dixon

 
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Ottawa and Tehran hold rare meeting as Iran’s Supreme Leader issues defiant sermon
3 | Ottawa and Tehran hold rare meeting as Iran’s Supreme Leader issues defiant sermon
 

Mark MacKinnon

 
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4 | With Trump’s impeachment, the truth is on trial. And it’s going to lose
 

Editorial

 
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5 | In photos: St. John’s declares a state of emergency as blizzard hits
 
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6 | Who’s running for the Conservative Party leadership? The list so far
 
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  7 | Here’s what I confidently predict for my TSX-beating dividend portfolio in 2020
 

John Heinzl

 
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8 | The best ETF for an RESP, a stock left for dead is now a top TSX performer, and Rosenberg’s strategies for 2020
 
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