Racial profiling and discrimination by Toronto Police Services (TPS) against the Black community has initiated a public interest inquiry by Ontario’s Human Rights Commission into the force’s activities and practices.
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Phil Witmer There are not enough guidance counsellors in Ontario elementary schools to help students going through the most important part of their mental maturity, says advocacy group People for Education in a report released Monday. The report states that the current number of guidance counsellors in elementary schools is inadequate compared to the amount in Ontario’s secondary
by Jeanette Liu Toronto is home to one of the top ecosystems worldwide for encouraging entrepreneurial activity, according to a report from a major research benchmarking firm. In a list of the leading 20 cities across the globe, Startup Genome has ranked Toronto as the eighth best metropolis for technological startups and entrepreneurial companies. “Toronto’s Board
By Mamta Lulla Statistics Canada published revisions to its Gross Domestic Product (GDP) numbers Monday, as part of the effort to create a more detailed breakdown of productivity that will be applied to important economic indicators in the next two months. These revisions include quarterly GDP, balance of payments, labour productivity and provincial/territorial economic