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Global AIDS funding is a success in Haiti

January 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Shazia Islam AIDS-related deaths in Haiti are on the decline thanks to funding initiatives by international donors, an expert said Tuesday. Dr. Gordon Arbess runs the inner city health program at St. Michael’s health...

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Humber survives coldest day of 2013

January 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

Humber News covers the start of what meteorologists are calling one of the coldest days of the year. On camera: Doreen Dawang Behind camera: Lime Blake...

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Gun control debate continues in Quebec. COURTESY OF WIKIMEDIA COMMONS By Giulia Frisina There was another firearm incident in Canada on Monday, after a 16-year-old boy was shot with at least one bullet to his...

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By Kaite Boivin and Stephen Donkers The Canadian Black Caucus hosted an event to celebrate President Barack Obama’s inauguration Monday night. The Democrats Abroad Toronto organization and guests attended the event. Americans who live in...

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All ears may have been tuned to U.S. President Barack Obama’s inauguration speech Monday, but all eyes were on the first lady’s style that has set the Internet ablaze over the past two days....

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By Christian Quequish Ontario Progressive Conservative Party Leader Tim Hudak is releasing a series of proposals on education this week aimed at changing how elementary and secondary school teachers work. In a statement released Tuesday,...

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TTC stroller ban proposal causes uproar

January 22, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Toronto Transit Commission has asked its staff to look into the possibility of creating limitations when it comes to strollers on TTC vehicles....

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By Amber Daugherty Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel’s prime minister, cast his vote Tuesday in his country’s election that many are anticipating will return him to a third term in office. “We want Israel to succeed, we...

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Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives are planning to vote on the debt ceiling Wednesday, but have added a provision that could hold back paycheques for Congress and Senate if a budget is not...

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By Kollin Lore Two people were killed after a Canadian man opened fire in a courtroom in the Philippines on Tuesday. The gunman, John Pope, 63, was on trial for malicious mischief, and both the...

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