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Toronto city council met on Monday to discuss moving paid-duty police officers from traffic positions....

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Corruption and scandal have divided the country, so what will happen to this year's Games?...

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Divided NDP led to Mulcair’s ousting

April 11, 2016 | 0 Comments

The New Democrats begin a leadership campaign after a disastrous federal election while insiders speak on the party's strategy going forward....

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A Humber News exclusive with Zane Caplansky on how he plans to spread his Toronto deli across the country....

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The much-anticipated VR gaming system makes its debut, but what still needs to be worked out?...

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Thanks to a focus on rush hour routes, Toronto police doubled the number of cars towed last year for parking violations....

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United States president Barack Obama began day one of an historic visit to Cuba Monday looking towards both the future and the past....

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‘Candys’ find success on social media

March 14, 2016 | 0 Comments

Twitter and Facebook propel the fledgling Canadian screen awards to record audiences....

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Phil Witmer The 36 Finch West bus line has topped a list of criminal incidents on TTC buses, according to a report by the Toronto Star. The report, which covers data collected from January 2010 to...

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Phil Witmer There are not enough guidance counsellors in Ontario elementary schools to help students going through the most important part of their mental maturity, says advocacy group People for Education in a report released Monday. The report...

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