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Three people are dead and 12 are injured after a shooter opened fire on pedestrians and diners in Toronto’s Greektown area last night....

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Marine biologist Wallace J. Nichols explains how being near, or on, bodies of water can help reduce daily stress and other problems affecting well-being. ...

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Ontario’s Immigration Minister Lisa MacLeod remains steadfast in asking the federal government to pay $175 million to compensate for the costs incurred by emergency housing needs in the province....

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The 2018 Masters Indigenous Games, held in Toronto between June 12 and 15, shone a light on Indigenous sports and culture in the city. ...

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The Microsoft Store at Yorkdale Mall celebrated its first Indie Dev Day on July 15, showcasing the works of independent local game developers....

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The new provincial government is stirring up confusion over their inconsistent take on sex-education curriculum....

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Ottawa has rejected a proposal to decriminalize drugs in Canada after the Toronto board of health sent a letter informing the government of their recommendation....

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The 2018 Masters Indigenous Games are set to kick-off in Toronto on Thursday and will run all weekend long....

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Long-awaited improvements are expected this fall to the TTC's 29 Dufferin bus route, one of the five busiest surface transit corridors in the city....

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The 51st Peek's Toronto Caribbean Carnival officially launched at Nathan Philip's Square Tuesday morning....

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