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More than anything, nearly five years later, it's a gesture that told the people of Flint, Mich., they haven’t been forgotten....

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Under the new restrictions, whether or not a trans person is able to serve hinges on whether or not they are already serving in the military and whether or not they have received a gender...

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People want a boom economy, which didn’t happen under Notley’s leadership....

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It looks great in presentation, but likely won’t have significant impact on their record waitlists, which is why they launched the campaign for funding in the first place....

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When a state of emergency was finally declared in December 2015 in Flint, Mich., there had been a deep erosion of trust between the citizens and the institutions responsible for protecting them....

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As much as Little NHL is about hockey, it’s also about community, family and culture. ...

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'How do we say to someone who doesn’t fit the white-bearded man craft-beer-drinker image, that they too can have a seat at the table?'...

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Caitrin Hodson The sound of beating drums could be heard as student organizers in fluorescent orange and yellow vests rallied protestors through the muddy puddles of melted snow on University Avenue in downtown Toronto. “Whose...

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40 rape crisis centres throughout the province have been in limbo since the June 2018 election, with no answers from the provincial government about the status of the funding....

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Caitrin Hodson Hundreds of women and their male supporters headed downtown Jan.19 in their parkas and boots, braving the bitterly cold weather to attend the annual Women’s March on Toronto. The temperature dropped to a...

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