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By Chelsea Howard Ontario colleges are pushing the provincial government to work with educators and businesses to help improve youth unemployment. One of the college sector’s main priorities is to address the shortage of information...

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By Chelsea Howard After a day of rioting and utter chaos, more than 3,000 police and National Guardsmen forced Baltimore citizens to obey an all-night curfew. Baltimore police fired tear gas canisters and pepper balls in...

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By Chelsea Howard The regional transit agency Metrolinx announced Tuesday that the province will provide $1.5 billion to the Hurontario-Main Light Rail Transit project, potentially shafting the idea of the downtown relief line. The project will connect...

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A bomb attack on a van carrying workers to the United Nation's compound in Garowe has killed at least nine people on Monday....

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By Chelsea Howard More than 50 per cent of Torontonians said that the Gardiner Expressway needs to go, a recent Forum poll shows. Of those people, 27 per cent said it should be replaced with a...

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It was April 12, 1980 when Canadian hero Terry Fox dipped his artificial leg in the Atlantic Ocean with hopes of making it across Canada....

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One year ago today, the World Health Organization released the initial report looking back on its past year battling the Ebola virus.

By Chelsea Howard Médecins Sans Frontières, also known as Doctors Without Borders released a report entitled “Pushed to the Limit and Beyond,” that looked into the year of the largest Ebola outbreak. The Toronto Star...

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Minister of Education, Liz Sandals, held a press conference Monday at city hall to announce the creation of a panel that will look to make changes to the way the Toronto District School Board is...

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By Chelsea Howard The Canadian Federation of Students met with MPPs in Ontario on Tuesday, pushing for a 35 per cent reduction in tuition fees. The lobbying action comes as students across the province face...

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More than 7,300 students across Toronto have signed a petition aimed at eliminating the TTC post-secondary student identification card....

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