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Madeline Jafarnejad With the number of COVID-19 cases rising every day in Toronto, and Premier Doug Ford announcing the closure of all non-essential businesses, local shops and restaurants are worried about what the future holds...

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Madeline Jafarnejad Toronto Mayor John Tory announced the launch of an Economic Support and Recovery Task Force to help protect businesses amid the COVID-19 crisis on Monday. Tory has been in self-isolation since Friday after...

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Students might notice some changes to the ballots as the IGNITE election week kicks off this week at Humber. ...

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Madeline Jafarnejad Protesters downtown Toronto returned to Queen’s Park to demand the Ontario government stop delaying funding to needs-based therapy for people with autism. Parents, teachers, supporters and members of the Ontario Autism Coalition were...

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Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs said the charter plane will be landing back in Canada on Feb. 11....

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Zoia is facing a possible sentence of 4-6 months in jail with two years probation and 240 community service hours....

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Madeline Jafarnejad An estimated 28,000 children and youth in Ontario are waiting for mental health services, said a new report released by Children’s Mental Health Ontario on Monday. The same report was released in 2017...

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A Canadian study published earlier this month shows boys and young men have a greater chance of dying than girls and young women....

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Madeline Jafarnejad Public elementary schools are closed in Toronto, York and Ottawa-Carlton today because teachers and educational workers are on strike all across Ontario. Protesters were outside Premier Ford’s office in -15 degree weather advocating...

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Zoia admitted she was the one seen throwing a chair off the 45th-floor of the building last year but disputes that she was the one who posted the video that went viral....

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