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Man dead after shooting near Jane and Finch, police say

Man dead after shooting near Jane and Finch, police say

A man is dead after a shooting in North York on Tuesday, Toronto police said.Police responded to a call on San Romanoway near Jane St. and Finch Ave. W. shortly before 6:30 a.m.Investigators...
Head of Toronto Community Housing placed on paid leave

Head of Toronto Community Housing placed on paid leave

The head of Toronto’s embattled public housing provider has been placed on administrative leave and an outside firm has been called in to review a consulting contract that the housing corporation’s board found...
Videotaped apology hailed as victory in struggle against hate speech

Videotaped apology hailed as victory in struggle against hate speech

By Jennifer YangIdentity and Inequality ReporterMon., Dec. 17, 2018When Mohamad Fakih first received the video, he watched it alone; he wanted to make sure it was acceptable to show his kids. Then, the...
Ontario education cuts to hit vulnerable youth the most, students say

Ontario education cuts to hit vulnerable youth the most, students say

Ontario’s education minister calls them “responsible decisions” that were made following a detailed look at school board spending, but a provincial student group is warning that at-risk youth are taking the biggest hit...
Street closure designed to speed up Eglinton Crosstown construction postponed

Street closure designed to speed up Eglinton Crosstown construction postponed

By Ben SpurrTransportation ReporterMon., Dec. 17, 2018A lengthy closure of a midtown intersection intended to accelerate work on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT has been postponed due to local opposition, a decision that comes...
With his focus on stability, Justin Trudeau has at least one thing in common with his predecessor

With his focus on stability, Justin Trudeau has at least one thing in common...

The fates of two Canadians detained in China need to be sorted out by the rules of international law, says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, because law and order are Canada’s best bulwarks in...
Subway upload is a bad idea proposed by fools — and that’s not the worst part

Subway upload is a bad idea proposed by fools — and that’s not the...

Toronto city council faces a problem. The source of the problem is Doug Ford’s provincial government. It’s hard to know, exactly, how they should react.That’s a refrain that already sounds familiar. It’s quickly...
Tories introduce legislation to block strike by power workers

Tories introduce legislation to block strike by power workers

The province has introduced legislation to end the Power Workers’ Union’s job action at Ontario Power Generation, but there are no plans to deem the employees an essential service, which would forbid them...
Ontario’s dental watchdog bares sharp teeth against critics

Ontario’s dental watchdog bares sharp teeth against critics

Describing a toxic work environment fuelled by bullying and favouritism, more than two dozen current and former staff and executives of the province’s dental regulator have been waging a quiet war against their...
Canadian air travellers to get compensation for delays, cancellations

Canadian air travellers to get compensation for delays, cancellations

OTTAWA—The federal government is rolling out new rules to ensure compensation for travellers bumped off flights, hit by delays and cancellations or suffer lost bags.Transport Minister Marc Garneau was scheduled to announce the...