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US announces new sanctions on Iran after missile strikes
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WASHINGTON - The Trump administration on Friday announced a new wave of sanctions on Iran following this week’s missile strikes by the Islamic Republic on ...

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Ontario government announces early moves on new autism plan
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The Ontario government will move ahead with recommendations from its autism expert panel with the first phase in place by next April and the rest by 2021, ...

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CRTC announces new plan to help prevent nuisance phone calls
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After years of complaints from Canadians about fraudulent telephone calls and voicemail spam, the CRTC says it’s stepping up its fight.Canada’s federal ...

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Twitter announces rules for Canadian political advertising
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OTTAWA–Twitter will unveil new rules for political actors hoping to push advertisements on Canadian voters Thursday.The social media company had banned ...

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Tory announces $4.5M for gun violence initiative, ‘confident’ councillors will support him
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Mayor John Tory has announced a $4.5-million boost to help Toronto police fight gun violence, even though the city’s share of the funding can’t be approved ...

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Autism funding to remain at $600 million in Ontario, minister Todd Smith announces
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The Ontario government will keep funding for autism services at $600 million a year as it moves towards a needs-based system that parents and advocates have ...

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Trudeau takes aim at big tech, announces ‘Digital Charter’
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OTTAWA—Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says social media platforms and tech giants have failed Canadian users and it’s time the government stepped ...

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Ontario quietly announces closure of two Toronto supervised drug consumption sites
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The province has quietly announced that two supervised drug consumption sites in Toronto must close as of Monday.A third site, run by the city, is in limbo ...

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Ontario announces $16.4M in funding to combat guns and gangs
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Ontario is launching $16.4 million in new efforts to combat the scourge of guns and gangs over the next two years.Piggybacking on $11 million in federal ...

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Canada’s top public servant Michael Wernick announces surprise retirement
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OTTAWA—Canada’s top public servant is stepping down after opposition MPs called for his resignation for his role in the SNC-Lavalin affair.Michael Wernick ...

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