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Public supports teachers on class sizes, not pay hikes, poll finds

Ontarians want the Progressive Conservative government to hold the line on teachers’ salaries, but most agree with education unions on class sizes and...

Racism probe finds ‘marginalization, discrimination, harassment’ in Peel school board

Just weeks into their probe of racism and dysfunction in the Peel public school board, three provincial reviewers say they have already “consistently...

Divorced father of three finds that splitting up can lead to...

Freedom from a bad marriage has taken an untold emotional toll on Christopher Higashi and his three young children. More measurable is the...

Brampton judge dismisses cocaine charges over illegal RCMP wiretap, finds officer...

A drug importation case involving three men collapsed after a Brampton judge found the RCMP illegally wiretapped their communications — a situation made...

Employers keep breaking safety laws — and government enforcement isn’t stopping...

Just 1 per cent of workplaces across the province are being proactively inspected to ensure they are safe — and the Ministry of...

Jury finds former OPPA union executives not guilty of fraud

A Toronto jury has found three former top officials of the Ontario Provincial Police Association, a lawyer and businessman, not guilty of fraud...

Data firm Aggregate IQ broke law by sharing personal information with...

VANCOUVER—A Victoria-based data firm violated B.C. and Canadian laws when it collected and used personal data for political clients in the U.K., U.S....

Ontarians don’t support larger class sizes, Nanos poll finds

A new poll has found that a majority of Ontarians don’t support larger class sizes — an issue that has become a key...

How many Toronto homes sell for ‘over asking’? A study of...

Driving around Toronto you’ll often see signs with realtors advertising how they’ve successfully sold a property for “over asking.”The impression one could take...

Toronto no-fault eviction applications have risen 50 per cent over the...

Toronto tenants are at increasing risk of losing their rental housing through no fault of their own, pushed out by landlords seeking to...
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