Politics

The Ontario Superior Court decided the government's act to slash Toronto city council in the middle of an election violates Charter freedoms - but Premier Doug Ford said he will appeal....

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On the first day of school, the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario said it’s prepared to take whatever legal means necessary to stop the Ontario PCs from reverting to the 1998 sex ed curriculum....

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The PC government passed a bill that will cut the size of Toronto council to 25 wards from a proposed 47, which was scheduled to take effect this October. Some Toronto residents are speaking out...

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The Canadian government announced it will be banning the outdoor use of a common pesticide widely linked to the death of bees....

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While Saudi Arabia is putting pressure on its students to leave, Canada is not. This leaves the student with a legal dilemma about their visa statuses. ...

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The government plans to develop a private retail and distribution system that protects youth and combats the illegal market of cannabis....

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These schools have not yet announced what this will mean economically to their institutions after the loss in tuition from these international students....

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Toronto's Nathan Phillips Square will be ground zero Saturday for protestors rallying against the rise of the alt-right and hate groups in Canada. ...

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Canada and Saudi Arabia are in the midst of a diplomatic dispute following a tweet calling to free detained human rights activist made by the Canadian Foreign Ministry....

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The Canadian Civil Liberties Association (CCLA) says reverting to the 1998 sex-ed curriculum in the classroom is a human rights issue. ...

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