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Human remains of a seventh victim have been found as part of the investigation of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur, according to Toronto police. Police held a press conference Monday morning to provide updates on the...

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Beaches-East York Liberal Party MP Nathaniel Erskine-Smith, met with his constituents on Sunday to answer their questions about the budget and federal spending....

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Every student council’s goals should revolve around the students, and the candidates for the IGNITE election weren’t short on that....

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Former Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown withdrew from the  PC leadership campaign yesterday....

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MEC Faces pressure to drop brands

February 27, 2018 | 0 Comments

Mountain Equipment Co-op (MEC) is facing an increasing online pressure to remove its Vista brand out of its stores....

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The  Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) will pursue charges against a man who hitched a ride on the back of a subway car....

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Protests are happening in Toronto against the not-guilty verdict of Raymond Cormier. The next one will happen this Saturday at Nathan Phillips Square. This report covers the most recent one which occurred at Fort York...

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Emergency evacuations were called for nearly five thousand Brantford residents when various areas began to flood on Wednesday. Water levels of Grand River rose up to 6.9 metres, leading to the temporary closure of bridges...

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Governor General Julie Payette paid a visit to Toronto Mayor, John Tory at City Hall on Tuesday. This is her first official visit to Toronto since becoming the 29th Governor General last October....

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Humber students put their skills to the test Thursday at the Skills Mechatronics Qualifying Competition. This same competition sent two Humber students all the way to the international competition in Dubai, last year ....

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