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There needs to be more resources to ensure the safety of workers and riders, the Amalgamated Transit Union says....

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More garbage bins will be set up and more bylaw officers will be stationed to prevent future large gatherings and littering....

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The province has begun to let family visit residents of long-term care homes over the Victoria Day holiday weekend. Some say the move is long overdue....

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Opioid-related deaths in Ontario triple in six months with 1,345 deaths....

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The mission marked the first time a private business enterprise delivered a supply ship to the International Space Station (ISS) on May 25, 2012....

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An online petition was created to halt proposed changes to Humber's Bachelor of Music program and has almost 5,000 signatures....

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More than 50 per cent of Ontarians aged 18 and older have received their first doses of the COVID-19 vaccines....

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Four young Indian men are helping medical staff deal with COVID-19 patients in a makeshift Ahmedabad hospital as the Indo-Canadian Chamber of Commerce is raising funds for oxygen supplies....

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The United Nations announced 52,000 Palestinians have been displaced by Israeli airstrikes. The UN sent a small fuel convoy for refugees on May 17....

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One way the country can reduce the amount of transportation-related greenhouse gas emissions is to get more ZEVs on the road....

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