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In recent years, activists, policymakers, and sociologists were preoccupied with inner-city decline across Canada, but widespread reports of Toronto's old communities often ignore the massive flow of capital into these areas. ...

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Five years ago officials chose to switch Flint’s water to the Flint River, without lead corrosion controls, prompting a public health crisis....

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Political experts told Humber News that the real hurdle to Singh's leadership would be whether he can define his party as a genuine alternative in an era of immense political volatility....

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According to a new report from the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), an organization that tracks white supremacists and other hate groups, the number of extremist groups active in the US has continued to surge...

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Bernie Sanders spoke about his working-class roots on Saturday, remembering his upbringing in the "three-and-a-half room, rent-controlled apartment," not far from where he kicked off his 2020 campaign at Brooklyn College....

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On any given night, there are an estimated 6,000 to 7,000 people between 16 and 24 who call the streets home, representing 20 per cent of the total homeless population....

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Alireza Naraghi Doug Ford’s government is making changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Plan (OSAP) by moving to eliminate free tuition programs for low-income students in an attempt to trim a multibillion-dollar deficit in the...

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Sarah Edwards, 20, a second-year University of Toronto student, said her struggle with anxiety was triggered three months into her post-secondary career. She didn't get on with other students, who she'd met at the residence,...

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Strong, squalling winds buffeted the border city of Windsor, as hundreds of workers gathered for a General Motors rally along the Detroit River....

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