Politics

Despite days of denial, a leaked recordings showing the conversation between two pilots proves that Iran was aware of the missile that shot down the PS752 plane in Tehran. ...

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Elesha Nicholls Premier Doug Ford announced on Friday that the government of Ontario would be investing more than half a million dollars in general machinist and industrial mechanic pre-apprenticeship programs at one of the province’s...

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Patrick Simpson In a historic move, Britain prepared Friday to formally leave the European Union. The United Kingdom was expected to officially exit the EU by 11 p.m. local time, which is midnight in Brussels...

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With a province wide teachers' strike looming for Monday, the Toronto branch of the elementary teachers' union says they're more than likely heading towards a walk-out next week. ...

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Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky rejected Prime Minister Oleksiy Honcharuk's resignation letter after a leaked recording. ...

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This is the first time in two decades that all four major Ontario teachers’ unions have been involved in some form of labour action at the same time....

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The plane crashed in Iran on Jan. 8, killing 176 passengers, including 57 Canadians. Many victims were faculty and students at post-secondary institutions across the country. ...

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Chances are Canada will end up with a minority Liberal government tonight....

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Ads tying Andrew Scheer to the unpopular Premier Doug Ford appear to be working as the latest polls have the Liberal Party pulling ahead of the Conservatives in Ontario....

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Quebec passed Bill 21, the religious symbols bill, on Sunday that will ban public employees of authority from wearing religious symbols....

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