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The United Nations Refugee Agency released a report to mark world refugee day today, suggesting the international community should brace itself for South Sudan to become the next Syria. According to the report, more than...

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The goal of S.P.A.C.E (Safety, Prevention, Awareness, Courtesy, Education) is to promote vigilance about dooring, cars crossing bicycle lanes when turning incorrectly and vehicles stopping in bicycle lanes. Minding cycle safety is coming up more...

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Despite taking careful steps to removing and aid the community of homeless people below the Gardiner last week, the encampment is starting to re-establish itself with at least fifteen people there as of Tuesday night....

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Amidst mourning, the family of Christine Archibald has started a charitable movement with the tag line “Chrissy Sent Me.”...

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The 150-day, 12,000 nautical mile voyage begins at 8:30 p.m. on June 1, with the public invited to wave the expedition goodbye from Toronto's HTO Park....

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(Courtesy: Ontario Ministry of Labour) By: Jane Burke Ontario’s Changing Workplaces Review released Tuesday offers 173 recommendations, among them is higher wage for part-time workers, servers and youth under 18. Missing from the policy was...

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Ferries remain empty and docked at the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal downtown Toronto...

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