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Money-losing Now Magazine sold for up to $2 million, new owner...

Today Now, tomorrow North America.Now Magazine, the 38-year-old alternative news weekly, has been bought by a Toronto-based company with visions of putting alternative...

Toronto unveils plans to revamp long term care homes

The city of Toronto is recommending dramatic changes to the way people live in its 10 long-term care homes, with a proposal for...

Foot traffic in stores, pay-as-you-throw garbage collection: Sidewalk Labs shares data...

Infrared sensors that track foot traffic in a store. Responsive sounds that help blind people find their way around streets.Sidewalk Labs has put...

Mayor acknowledges Ontario transit plans could affect SmartTrack stations

The future of Mayor John Tory’s SmartTrack plan is again in doubt, with the mayor acknowledging Wednesday the city’s tentative transit deal with...

I was a neo-Nazi. But my plans for protecting the white...

Tony McAleer, who came from a middle-class upbringing in British Columbia, channelled his rage into first joining skinhead groups and later recruiting for...

Liberals are filling in the blanks on their climate plan as...

OTTAWA—The Liberals are filling in the blanks of their plan to fight climate change as they try to draw a stark contrast with...

Metrolinx plans UP Express overhaul but says $80 million bridge won’t...

Metrolinx now says it has abandoned plans to build an expensive pedestrian bridge at Union Station to serve the UP Express, but the...

Wheel-Trans users fear loss of service under TTC’s plans to have...

Some Wheel-Trans users fear they could soon lose access to the specialized service as the TTC is set to start compelling thousands of...

Ontario government has no plans to replace carbon tax decals even...

Premier Doug Ford’s defective decals have left his Progressive Conservative government in a sticky situation.A day after Ford said he was outraged that...

Ontario students ‘overwhelmingly’ reject province’s e-learning plans, survey finds

Ontario students overwhelmingly disagree with the Ford government’s plan that will force them to earn four online courses in high school to graduate,...
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