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Anti-Black racism ‘a public health crisis’

December 14, 2020 | 0 Comments

Anti-Black racism in the Canadian health care system is something we should all be concerned about, say advocates...

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By: Brett McGarry With the hourly minimum wage in Ontario having gone up $2.60, some of the positivity has been mired in controversy, however some students have seen the increase in a positive light. Final...

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Justice Richard Wagner has been appointed the next Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada by Prime Minister Trudeau, replacing Beverly McLachlin who is retiring after nearly 18 years on the High Court. ...

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After a well-deserved win at the MLS championship, the Toronto FC took to the streets to celebrate....

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Explosion in New York bus terminal....

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Impending Trump decision on Israeli embassy

December 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Trump's decision as to whether he will sign a waiver extending the embassy's stay in Tel Aviv or move the embassy to Jerusalem is expected to come this week....

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OPSEU strike bargaining update

November 6, 2017 | 0 Comments

There is a recent development in the college faculty strike. The Ontario Public Service Employees Union rejected a settlement earlier today by the College Employers Council....

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After the deadliest mass shooting in modern United States history, many have come to demand answers from law makers about gun policy....

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By: Brett McGarry Whether suffering from jet lag, feeling out of sync working a night shift or hitting the afternoon wave of tiredness, people experience the workings of the internal body clock, also known as the...

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The Trump administration and the rest of the UN are dealing with escalating tensions with Kim Jong-Un’s regime in North Korea....

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