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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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Premier Ford doesn't want to be the "bad guy"....

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According to Statistics Canada, 378,000 new jobs were added in September....

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Premier Ford said that he doesn’t want to destroy businesses because of a few bad actors during his live conference...

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Pandemic push to shop local spurs some Humber grads to entrepreneurship....

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The festival opened on Oct. 1 in Vaughan, near Keele Street and Steeles Avenue West....

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Toronto artists will spend the weekend painting garage murals in retaliation to anonymous hate mail....

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Falls is a bassist and composer from Port Alberni, B.C., and made her way up in the music industry....

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By: Lucia Yglesias and Analia Sordi Commuters can get their daily exercise by climbing a six-metre Spider-Man web at Union Station. On Wednesday and Thursday, kids and adults can test what kind of upper-body strength it takes to...

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A stolen police helicopter attacked the Venezuelan Supreme Court Tuesday, firing guns and throwing grenades....

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