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The event raised over $250,000 to send underprivileged children to summer camps across Ontario. ...

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The study examined over 18,000 cases of AML throughout Canada between 1992 and 2010. Five industrial cities in Ontario stood out to researchers as hotspots for the disease....

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Tractors are still in the shed and seed planting won’t go ahead until the frozen, wet soil warms up, said Ontario Federation of Agriculture chief Keith Currie....

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The Sheet Metal Workers' and Roofers' Local 30 enter the second week of a province-wide strike against contractors....

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Five years ago officials chose to switch Flint’s water to the Flint River, without lead corrosion controls, prompting a public health crisis....

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Government agencies and corporations alike are all accused of targeting job advertisements through Facebook, despite allegations that these tactics could lead to human rights infringements....

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Canada's Changing Climate Report was published on April 1 to illustrate the climate change in Canada and raise awareness of its danger....

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There are a variety of events and activities taking place across Humber College that can get the community involved in throughout Sexual Assault Awareness Month in April of 2019....

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The new federal carbon tax plan will mean new things for four provinces that wish to opt out of it....

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Comedian and actor Volodymyr Zelenskiy, who plays a fictional president on a popular Ukrainian TV series, lead the first round of the real Ukrainian presidential elections with 30.4 per cent of votes....

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