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Confessed serial killer Bruce McArthur was sentenced Friday to serve life in prison for the markedly violent murders of eight men from Toronto’s Church-Wellesley area, commonly known as the Gay Village....

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Autism Ontario responded this Thursday to the PC government's plans to overhaul provincial autism services....

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Caitrin Hodson The sound of beating drums could be heard as student organizers in fluorescent orange and yellow vests rallied protestors through the muddy puddles of melted snow on University Avenue in downtown Toronto. “Whose...

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40 rape crisis centres throughout the province have been in limbo since the June 2018 election, with no answers from the provincial government about the status of the funding....

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A new survey by Pew Research Center says 43 per cent of Canadians have a fear of cyberattacks on national security information, public infrastructure and election tampering. ...

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New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker announced his candidacy for president on Friday in Newark, N.J., joining the ever-growing field of Democrats vying to take down President Donald Trump next year....

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Chinese space program sprouts plants on moon

February 6, 2019 | 0 Comments

Cotton seeds transported to the moon by a Chinese probe successfully sprouted after a remote command gave the instructions to provide water to the plants on Jan. 15....

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The Ministry of the Environment, Conservation and Parks announced it is looking for ways to help endangered species while “increasing efficiencies for businesses.”...

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Toronto Mayor John Tory voted against declaring homelessness a state of emergency, but he is seeking new initiatives that have been voted on to help alleviate the homeless issue in the city....

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Justice John McMahon heard from the Crown, the defence and the last of the friends and family of Bruce McArthur's victims in court....

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