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Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square will be ground zero Saturday for protestors rallying against the rise of the alt-right and hate groups in Canada. ...

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"Eighth Grade" tells the story of an eighth grader's final weeks before she goes off to high school....

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Tuesday night’s heavy rain and flash floods still reflecting on Torontonians life this morning with delays, structural damages and power outages while more showers are on the way....

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Canada and Saudi Arabia are in the midst of a diplomatic dispute following a tweet calling to free detained human rights activist made by the Canadian Foreign Ministry....

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The world is at risk of entering "hothouse" conditions with boiling temperatures and dramatic sea level rise even if emissions reduction targets under a global climate deal are met, scientists say in a new study....

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The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) says reverting to the 1998 sex-ed curriculum in the classroom is a human rights issue. ...

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Premier Doug Ford confirmed the Progressive Conservative government will move ahead with its plan to bring back buck-a-beer by Aug. 27....

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Buoyed by creative signs, chanting, and backing from NDP and official opposition leader Andrea Horwath, hundreds of angry protesters gathered at Queen's Park Thursday morning to protest changes Premier Doug Ford said he would make...

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Ontario premier Doug Ford's Progressive Conservative government will make a constitutional challenge against Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's carbon tax. ...

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Withrow Park hosted the 416 Light Up The Night event on July 31, bringing citizens, artists and activists from Toronto and the GTA together in a show of solidarity and communal unity....

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