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Jamestown shooting victims photos released

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Sasha Lindsay Toronto Police have released photos of both victims in the Sept. 18 Jamestown shooting. Suleiman Ali, 26, of Toronto and Warsame Ali, 26, of Vaughan were shot dead on Jamestown Cres. near...

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Regent Park opens new arts and cultural centre

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Kelly Snider and Chanelle Seguin Kelly Snider and Chanelle Seguin went to Regent Park for the Grand Opening of the new arts and cultural centre. The centre is just one of the many revitalization...

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MPP tables new bill to stop gas and dash

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Shumu Haque and Andrew Millichamp MPP Mike Colle (Liberal – Eglinton – Lawrence) tabled a bill today in the Ontario legislature to raise safety for gas station attendants and to curtail “gas and dash.”...

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Nexen takeover by China meets growing opposition

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Andrew Schopp The takeover of Canadian resources by foreign interests will not end with the proposed purchase of Calgary-based Nexen Corp. by the China National Offshore Oil Corp., said Edmonton East independent conservative MP...

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Humber grad’s idea gets Dragon’s Den deal

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Jessy Bains A Humber graduate was able to slay the dragons on the season premier of CBC’s hit show, Dragon’s Den on Wednesday night with his innovative duffel bag design. Lee Renshaw, a graduate...

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South Etobicoke warned after break-ins

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Compiled by Helen Surgenor Another break-in in was attempted in South Etobicoke Wednesday night, despite increased police presence in the region, CBC News reports. This comes on the heels of six break-ins that occurred in...

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UPDATE: TTC to run LRT lines

September 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

  by Sarah MacDonald The Toronto Transit Commission will now operate the Light Rapid Transit, reversing an earlier decision by Metrolinx announced two weeks ago. The TTC announced Wednesday it will operate the Eglinton, Sheppard...

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  By Victoria Brown   The Heart and Stoke Foundation is giving a new meaning to creating a healthy lifestyle with a new free app. The app works to change the users lifestyle in 30...

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By Briar Hopley Student’s voices have made a difference in this year’s student insurance plan. Humber Student’s Federation said the addition of contraceptives to Humber’s Flexible Insurance Plan was a direct result of  last year’s...

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Anti-Japan protests continue in China

September 19, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Alex Fuller Protests and other expressions of anger in China continue to highlight an ongoing dispute between China and its close economic partner Japan. The feud stems from Japan’s purchase of three of the...

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