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Canadian filmmakers find platform at TIFF

September 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Look past the flashing cameras and adoring fans mobbing A-list celebrities for selfies on the red carpet, and moviegoers can still find the Toronto International Film Festival to be a showcase for some of Canada’s...

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Ontario’s unemployment rate hit its best mark in 18 years last month, according to a Statistics Canada labour force survey released last week. This historic mark comes seven months after the province raised its minimum...

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These schools have not yet announced what this will mean economically to their institutions after the loss in tuition from these international students....

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Two Humber College alumni, heard about major rock music festivals that wouldn't return to Toronto and felt a gap had been created in the local music scene they loved, and have worked to build their...

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Calgary shoppers were given a rude surprise last week when they discovered two local malls used facial recognition this summer to track shoppers’ age and gender....

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The City of Toronto called for stronger gun control laws at council debates Tuesday following a deadly shooting in Toronto's east end....

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York University’s ongoing faculty strike may soon reach its end after more than four months on the picket line. But several labour organizations across the province are working to oppose this legislation, advocating for continued...

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Massey Hall, the nearly 124-year-old music venue in downtown Toronto and arguably Canada’s premier concert hall, is shutting down for an estimated $142 million worth of renovations. The hall is expected to reopen in Fall...

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Each level of government has faced questions on the rise in gun violence in Canada's largest city, but to many critics, the proposed legislation to address gun violence doesn’t go far enough....

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National benchmarks to guide Canada’s efforts to improve mental health issues in urban centres were called for at a Toronto summit of Canadian mayors....

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