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Toronto Mayor John Tory will participate in a a three day forum on globalization in Chicago, starting today.
At least 12 people died and 39 were injured in terror attacks on Iran’s parliament and on the tomb of the republic’s founder.
The expansion plan covers a five-year span which will include seven specific action items while committing $1.6 billion in capital funding.
Barack Obama will be making a speech in Montreal this evening at the Palais de Congrès.
A renewal of its majority government status gives the Nova Scotia Liberal Party a second chance at taking the lead in job creation, experts say.
The raise in minimum wage proposed by Premier Kathleen Wynne on Tuesday has polarized experts and workers alike, causing some to rejoice and others to say they simply aren’t satisfied.
President Donald Trump is expected to follow through on his campaign pledge to draw the United States out of the Paris Climate Accord.
The Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) published an editorial yesterday pointing out issues in Bill C-45, an act which would legalize marijuana in Canada by July 2018.
NDP leader John Horgan and Green Party leader Andrew Weaver announced yesterday at the B.C. Legislature that they have reached a four-year agreement to create a “stable minority government.”
Premier Kathleen Wynne is changing the landscape of Ontario’s economy, announcing Tuesday the increase of minimum wage in the province to $15 by Jan. 1, 2019.