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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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The Bald eagle is among 30 raptors Toronto Pearson International Airport uses to keep aircraft safe from potentially dangerous bird strikes. The airport is in a major bird migratory path....

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The GTAA is working on an outreach plan and intends to reach out to colleges and universities in the GTA region to support incoming international students....

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Canada's David Saint-Jacques takes his first spacewalk on April 8 to work on the exterior part of the International Space Station....

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Government agencies and corporations alike are all accused of targeting job advertisements through Facebook, despite allegations that these tactics could lead to human rights infringements....

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Thousands of high school students walked out of class today in protest of the Doug Ford education cuts. ...

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Google took a leap into the gaming industry with the announcement of its new video game streaming service Stadia...

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Toronto’s first legal cannabis shop opens

April 2, 2019 | 0 Comments

Toronto's first legal marijuana dispensary, The Hunny Pot, has opened on Queen Street West. ...

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Canada's Changing Climate Report was published on April 1 to illustrate the climate change in Canada and raise awareness of its danger....

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