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Baby wipes claiming to be flushable are actually very harmful for sewer systems. A councillor in Markham is hoping to ban them. ...

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The PC's transformation of the Ontario Autism Program to one that provides needs-based support might be overlooking a significant amount of people....

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Women with autism are often misdiagnosed but awareness of how autism presents in different people is changing....

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Jane Philpott announced she will be running as an independent candidate in the October 2019 federal elections on May 27, months after being dismissed from Justin Trudeau’s Liberal caucus. ...

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Culture on a budget for Ontario youth

May 21, 2019 | 0 Comments

The AGO joins many other cultural hubs in Ontario in providing easier access to art for youth. ...

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Budget cuts on a provincial level might have a profound impact on the future of Toronto District School Board students. ...

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Humber Film and Television Production’s second year students screened their short dramatic films at the historic Royal Cinema on College Street in Toronto on April 24....

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Humber Film and Television Production students showcased their short films and public service announcements to a theatre full of their best friends and family on April 18....

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Musicians in Canada need mental health and addiction support. Royal Mountain Records is working to help them. ...

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Humber North hosted Wooly, a four-member band from Whitby, on March 29 for a YouTube series that Radio Humber is producing on Canadian artists....

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