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Community Environment Days hosted by the City of Toronto to collect waste that can be recycled and spreading awareness of reducing waste that ends up in the landfills....

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More than anything, nearly five years later, it's a gesture that told the people of Flint, Mich., they haven’t been forgotten....

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The most important stories are often the most difficult for journalists, who are willing to put themselves in the thick of the action no matter how dangerous or unsettling....

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Under the new restrictions, whether or not a trans person is able to serve hinges on whether or not they are already serving in the military and whether or not they have received a gender...

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The Notre-Dame Cathedral Church in Paris caught on fire Monday night and citizens are pledging to rebuild the 800-year-old church with the help of two billionaires already donating CA$450 million. ...

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Don’t count on an Arab Spring 2.0

April 16, 2019 | 0 Comments

Military takeovers in Sudan and Algeria threaten to halt democratic momentum, but protestors are not giving up without a fight....

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People want a boom economy, which didn’t happen under Notley’s leadership....

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The Ontario Progressive Conservatives released a budget tying 60 per cent of post-secondary funding to performance based metrics....

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It looks great in presentation, but likely won’t have significant impact on their record waitlists, which is why they launched the campaign for funding in the first place....

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When a state of emergency was finally declared in December 2015 in Flint, Mich., there had been a deep erosion of trust between the citizens and the institutions responsible for protecting them....

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