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Numbers of first-time homebuyers dropping as home prices soar

The number of Canadians buying a home for the first time has dropped significantly over the past year, a new report shows.A nationwide...

Who do we see in kids’ books? Star survey puts numbers...

Exclusive new numbers gathered by the Toronto Star show that diverse faces are being reflected in children’s books published in Canada, but the...

TTC keeps two sets of streetcar reliability numbers — one isn’t...

The TTC has been keeping two sets of statistics about the reliability of its new Bombardier-made streetcars, the Star has learned: a public...

Trudeau gets a re-election boost from Canada’s job numbers

Justin Trudeau couldn’t ask for a better economic backdrop to launch his campaign for re-election.Employment numbers on Friday showed a hiring frenzy —...

Younger voters turned out in record numbers in 2015. Will they...

OTTAWA—Emma Lim is excited, but not necessarily for the reasons you might expect an 18-year-old starting university in Montreal to be excited.Lim is...

Ford dismisses poor poll numbers because some of them appeared in...

Premier Doug Ford is discounting public-opinion polls suggesting he is unpopular because some of those surveys appear in the Toronto Star.Ford — who...

A top-billing doctor charged OHIP for doing an eye procedure more...

Chatham ophthalmologist Christopher Anjema has billed the Ontario Health Insurance Plan for treating patients suffering from common eye problems such as cataracts and...

Scheer’s big ideas still need numbers to back them up

Heavy on symbolism, light on detail.Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer left Parliament Hill on Thursday for Toronto’s financial district to roll out his proposals...

Toronto Neighbourhood Summit tries to find strength in community numbers across...

“All in favour?”As hands shot up around the council chamber, a rare enthusiastic consensus was reached in the place where there is often...

Toronto is segregated by race and income. And the numbers are...

In Toronto, the colour of money is mainly white.New demographic charts show a strikingly segregated city, with visible minorities concentrated in low-income neighbourhoods...
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