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TOVotes: Battle of the incumbents

October 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

The decision to cut Toronto city council’s seats from 47 to 25 has set the stage for an intriguing battle of the incumbents for Monday’s municipal election....

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Toronto Mayor John Tory won re-election Monday night in a closely watched race against his closest rival Jennifer Keesmaat....

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Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board is pushing back against the Progressive Conservative government's repeal of the new sex ed curriculum....

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Doug Ford is not the kind of candidate to mince words. He, much like his late father and brother as a politician is making promises to cut back on spending. He’s also promised to cut...

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EpiPen shortage across Canada

April 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Both the regular and junior EpiPens are in short supply, according to Pfizer Canada. ...

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Humber remains open amid ice storm threats

April 13, 2018 | 0 Comments

Humber College will be open although a possible ice rain storm may hit Saturday morning, according to The Weather Network. ...

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Molly MacTaggart and Rachel Dosant TTC Riders packed together like sardines at Nathan Phillips square demanding a better commute. The group was protesting overcrowding on the public transit system, especially subways. Over 20 people joined...

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Police have shot and killed a gunman holding hostages in Trèbes, France according to the Associated Press. ...

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Black Panther continues to shatter records

March 22, 2018 | 0 Comments

Marvel Studios' Black Panther has dominated the box office since its February 16th release...

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Fifth explosion terrorizes Austin, Texas

March 20, 2018 | 0 Comments

Molly MacTaggart A packaged destined for Austin, Texas exploded at a Fed Ex distribution centre in San Antonio this morning. This explosion comes just two days after a fourth bombing rocked the city of Austin fresh off...

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