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National Aboriginal Day was celebrated in the nation’s capital with Prime Minister Trudeau making a gesture towards Truth and Reconciliation and a pledge to strengthen the relationship between Canada and its Indigenous Peoples.
Summer arrived at Humber College today with the LGBTQ+ community raising the Pride flag in front of the Learning Resource Commons.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau marked National Aboriginal Day with a pledge to build government-to-government relations and rename it National Indigenous Peoples Day.
The city of Toronto, partnered with the Black Coalition for AIDS Prevention, launched a new ad campaign aimed to educate on issues relating to transgender youth of colour on Monday.
After eight summers without a Monday print edition, the National Post will be cutting the edition year-round.
The strike has ended, and the Toronto Zoo will open its doors again on Thursday. After a month of labour disputes, the zoo is expecting a busy summer to make up lost revenues and attendance.
The residents of Alderwood are finally getting a grocery store to replace the one they lost in 2015.
Runners across the city can tie up their shoes for Global Running Day on June 7.
The Liberal government proposed a bill on Tuesday to modernize sexual assault law, including clarifying consent, in the first update to the provisions in 25 years.
The walk was hosted by the White Ribbon organization, which has been raising awareness since 1991 in the hopes of a violence-free future.