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Live Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ET: Coronavirus Q & A with pediatrician and kids health expert
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Toronto pediatrician and kids health expert Dr. Dina Kulik will join us for one hour at 7:30 p.m. ET on Wednesday, March 11 to answer your most pressing ...

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Accused killer Kalen Schlatter faces cross-examination in Tess Richey murder trial
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After denying that he sexually assaulted and strangled Tess Richey in the early hours of Nov. 25, 2017, Kalen Schlatter is facing cross-examination by a ...

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LIVE coronavirus update: Ontario confirms one new COVID-19 case, bringing provincial total to 36
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LIVE coronavirus update: Ontario confirms one new COVID-19 case, bringing provincial total to 36 | The ...

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Ford government’s legal aid plan will have ‘profoundly negative’ effect on low-income Ontarians, law professors say
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The Ontario government’s proposed changes to the legal aid system “will have profoundly negative impacts” on the people served by the province’s community ...

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Concerns raised after facial recognition software found to have racial bias
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In 2015, two undercover police officers in Jacksonville, Fla., bought $50 worth of crack cocaine from a man on the street. One of the cops surreptitiously ...

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School board reinforces absence notification policy in wake of teen’s abduction
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After an incident in which a student’s disappearance went unreported for hours, the Toronto District School Board has told staff that parents and guardians ...

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March break camps at risk as strike deadline looms for Toronto’s inside workers
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Child care centres and March break camps will close if the city of Toronto and its 24,000 inside workers fail to strike a deal by Friday night, although the ...

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Toronto city councillor Josh Matlow in self-isolation after coming into contact with person who tested postive for COVID-19
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A Toronto city councillor is in self-isolation at home after coming into direct contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19, his office said ...

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B.C. care home site of Canada’s first reported COVID-19 death
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VANCOUVER—A resident at a long-term care home experiencing a COVID-19 outbreak in North Vancouver has died after contracting the virus, B.C. health ...

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Alberta facing three more COVID-19 cases, officials say
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CALGARY—Alberta has three new cases of COVID-19, as numbers continue to climb in Canada. Alberta now has seven cases in total, while British Columbia has ...

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