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A third of Ontario schools, daycares have dangerous levels of lead in the water. Search our database to see the test results
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Eleven per cent of lead tests from school and daycare water samples exceeded the national safety guideline last year, according to new provincial data ...

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Teen vaping rates double in Ontario in just two years
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Vaping rates doubled among Ontario teens in the past two years, replacing cigarettes, waterpipes and ecstasy on the list of top drug habits, according to a ...

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Ontario pushes pause on recycling watchdog, citing need to cut ‘red tape.’ Critics decry loss of independent oversight
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Premier Doug Ford’s government is weakening the powers of the independent recycling regulator that was supposed to hold producers of electronics or ...

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The RCMP is shutting down its financial crimes unit in Ontario. Here’s why former top Mounties says it’s a mistake
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Despite multiple recent reports that identified Toronto’s vulnerability to money laundering, the RCMP has decided to disband its Ontario financial crimes ...

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I went undercover as an Amazon delivery driver. Here’s what I learned about the hidden costs of free shipping
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The shirtless man who greeted me at the door of his Oshawa bungalow was incredulous.He stared at the cardboard box as I handed it to him.“Did you just order ...

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These cosmetics contain banned or potentially hazardous chemicals. Why are they being sold in the GTA?
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It practically leaps off the shelf and into your daughter’s arms: With its iridescent packaging covered in cartoon animals, this stick-on nail kit seems ...

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‘We’re in a David-and-Goliath situation.’ Small Ontario town taking on Nestle to save its water
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ELORA, Ont. — The artesian well that feeds Rob MacKay’s farm suddenly stopped bubbling.A small silver pipe near the barn had always gushed water drawn from ...

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Whistler’s corrosive water increases the chances of getting lead in tap water. The town has known for five years, but hasn’t acted
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Whistler, the famed ski town north of Vancouver, has known for at least five years that its tap water is corrosive, increasing the risk for lead and copper ...

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He was a titan of Bay Street and a former senator. But J. Trevor Eyton died owing the government millions
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The government clings to Canadians like an unshakable shadow, business titan J. Trevor Eyton told the crowd at the Empire Club in Toronto in 1982.This ...

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Rack up debt. Declare bankruptcy. Repeat. And repeat again. How thousands of Canadians are doing it and costing the rest of us
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Kenneth Nantel seemed unbothered by his bankruptcy.It was his fourth in 10 years, during which time he had relied on Canada’s insolvency system to rid him ...

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