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The former cabinet minister will lead the party against Doug Ford in 2022....

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Ontario schools are facing rotating strikes that began this week. Teachers are set to begin picketing on Monday....

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The dangers of false alarms

January 23, 2020 | 0 Comments

People in the GTA woke up Jan. 12 to a loud buzz from their phones....

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Au courant artistry in a Romanesque hotel

February 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

The Gladstone hotel hosted the annual alternative design exhibition, Come Up To My Room from Jan. 17 to 20 with more than 50 artists. The artists had represented the industrial revolution, recycling and LGBTQ+ perspectives...

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Justin Trudeau's Liberal government gained a new MP Monday night as four by-elections led to the Liberals gaining traction preceding the federal election in 2019....

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Airbnb could faces changes in Toronto

December 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

Toronto city council may be giving short-term renters may have a greater lease on life....

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Toronto FC heads into hostile territory tonight, after a regular season where they established a new record for points and captured the MLS Supporters Shield. ...

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Roy Halladay, a former Toronto Blue Jays pitcher, fan favourite and six-time all-star with the team from 1998 to 2009, has died. He was 40 years old....

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Three former prime ministers, two billionaires, and a fundraiser walk into a bar. While it sounds like a bad joke, in actuality, it's quite serious....

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Top grocers under price fixing investigation

November 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Could a loaf of bread be costing more than it should be? That's what's under the microscope with Canada's three largest grocers. Offices of both Metro and Loblaws were raided on Tuesday as part of an...

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