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Even with the ban on cell phones in Ontario classrooms starting in the Fall of 2019, exceptions will be made to accommodate teachers and students who need them to teach and to learn....

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Parents with autistic children are outraged following an announcement the Ontario government is making budget cuts to the provincial Autism Support Program. ...

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Bernie Sanders spoke about his working-class roots on Saturday, remembering his upbringing in the "three-and-a-half room, rent-controlled apartment," not far from where he kicked off his 2020 campaign at Brooklyn College....

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Trump fails to close a deal with Kim Jong-un

February 28, 2019 | 0 Comments

U.S President Donald Trump failed to reach a deal with North Korea president Kim Jong-un over nuclear disarmament at a summit held in Hanoi, Vietnam....

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Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told reporters today that he is undecided whether Jody Wilson-Raybould will have a place in the Liberal caucus after her stunning testimony at the justice committee regarding the SNC Lavalin scandal....

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Paul F. Schubert Jagmeet Singh, the leader of Canada’s New Democratic Party, easily won a by-election in Burnaby-South, B.C. This comes after months of speculation regarding what would happen to Singh if he lost Monday’s...

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Protesters gather outside the CBC building at 250 Front St. W. to hear from speakers supporting Venezuelan President, Nicolas Maduro....

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The Far-Right group PEGIDA Canada protest in Toronto on February 23 was met with loud resistance from a larger group of counter-protestors organized by Toronto Against Fascism....

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U.S president Donald Trump declared a state of emergency to build a wall on Friday. ...

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NDP MPP Jill Andrews talks about her own struggles with body image at an event on eating disorders at an event in Toronto. ...

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