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By Briar Hopley Reaction to the European Union’s Nobel Peace Prize has been mixed. Friday’s announcement that the prize was going to the EU, comes in midst of a crippling debt crisis. “I think they’re...

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Police, students catch speeders

October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Helen Surgenor and Sarah MacDonald Toronto police partnered with Etobicoke’s Second Street Junior Middle School on Friday to raise awareness about the dangers of speeding in school zones. Sarah MacDonald has details:...

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Biden sets the stage for round two

October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Jessy Bains A political veteran took on a young and inexperienced combatant in round two of the U.S. presidential debate, Thursday night. U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden squared off with Mitt Romney’s Republican running-mate Paul...

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Developer proposes casino for Toronto

October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

  By Adriano Mancini A casino in Toronto could be one step closer to becoming a reality after a massive proposal was released Friday that would see big changes coming to the downtown core. Developmental...

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Ontario pharmacy services expanded

October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Bianca Bykhovsky Ontario pharmacists are now able to give flu shots, prescribe some drugs and refill prescriptions – services previously performed only by doctors. The provincial government announced earlier this week that it would...

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Humber student government makes changes

October 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

  By Victoria Brown Humber Student Federation has decided to allow candidates to campaign for board positions. “We’re going to be seeing for the first time ever posters up for people who want to be...

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Six Nations protests lack of school supplies

October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Jessy Bains and Helen Surgenor Dozens of concerned aboriginal parents, students, and supporters arrived on the doorstep of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada’s Toronto office to protest a lack of school supplies Thursday....

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By Stacey Thompson Thursday was the very first International Day of the Girl – a global day of action and awareness about the rights girls deserve and the many challenges they face. Kristy Payne, director...

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By Briar Hopley and Shylo Adams Toronto police continue their investigation in the recent string of sexual assaults at the Bathurst subway station. Investigators are asking victims and witnesses to call police at 14 Division...

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Cell phone use hits 6 billion, UN says

October 11, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Matthew Smith The United Nations telecom agency issued a report Thursday saying that there were 6 billion cell phone subscriptions around the world by the end of 2011. The International Telecommunication Union website states...

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