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The city of Toronto is looking to both the federal and provincial government for help in housing the spike of refugee claimants after August....

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Progressive Conservative Christine Elliot has won the Newmarket—Aurora riding in the Ontario provincial election....

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About 400 refugees are expected to stay in the residence from June until August because the federal and provincial governments needed to relieve the pressure put on the city’s shelter system....

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The Angus Reid Institute shows Andrea Horwath’s NDP and Doug Ford’s PCs at a statistical tie. The poll states that the NDP are at 39 per cent, while the PCs are 37 per cent....

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Millennials can have a profound effect on the outcome of the Ontario election, but whether or not this age group will turn out at the polls is the big question, pollsters told Humber News....

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The average price of regular gas hit 132.9 cents per litre over the long weekend and high prices could continue for the rest of the summer. ...

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The motorcycle rider training program is a seasonal program organized by Humber that provides an opportunity to learn the basics and become a licensed motorcyclist....

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An Amber Alert issued for a missing eight-year-old boy in Thunder Bay set off alerts all across the province yesterday. The boy from Gorham Township was reported as missing at 9 a.m....

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Celeste Decaire Humber’s annual Walk it Out fashion show, titled Haute Humber, showcased the collections of several Canadian designers on Tuesday. The event highlighted Toronto-made apparel from the clothing lines of seven creators, which included...

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Fear and discomfort of people that are different are some of the main causes of bullying and discrimination, said Natalie Elisha, LGBTQ+ student diversity coordinator....

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