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This condo developer collected millions in deposits — and hasn’t built anything
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On the opening day of sales for the glitzy new condo project in downtown Ajax, the lineup of hopeful buyers spilled out of the sales office onto the ...

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Church sign meant to spread word of God sparks rights complaint
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A United Church minister in west-end Toronto is pitted against a Christian business owner over an outdoor signboard used to spread the word of God.In a rare ...

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Ticketmaster faces expanded probe by Competition Bureau
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The federal Competition Bureau is expanding its investigation into Ticketmaster to include the company’s secret scalping program revealed last week in a ...

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Blue Jays send off manager John Gibbons with a win
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I’m not crying, you’re crying.Saps R Us, the flower of baseball reportage, far more sentimental than wise-ass-y, all broken up over, finally, formal ...

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Researchers raise alarm over use of artificial intelligence in immigration and refugee decision-making
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Wanted: A contractor to help immigration officials use algorithms and data-mining to assess the personal risks of sending a failed refugee claimant home and ...

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U.S. congressman’s bid to lift lifetime bans on Canadian cannabis workers hinges on mid-terms, say policy experts
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VANCOUVER—Whether Canadian cannabis workers will be permitted to cross into the United States may hang on the outcome of the November midterm elections, ...

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Ticketmaster’s ‘TradeDesk’ scalper tool explained
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Days after two senior U.S. senators asked the world’s biggest entertainment monopoly to answer pointed questions about its role in the mass scalping of ...

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All eyes on New Brunswick’s tiny kingmakers
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The most interesting election result in Canada this year is unfolding in a province too often mocked as the least interesting one in the federation: New ...

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Coroner’s panel calls for overhaul of Ontario child protection system
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A scathing report from Ontario’s Coroner urges Queen’s Park to step-up reform of the province’s child protection system in the wake of 12 deaths of mostly ...

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Drug-dealing pharmacists are feeding Ontario’s opioid crisis
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While this represents just 1.5 per cent of the more than 16,000 pharmacists in the province, the investigation found this even small number of health-care ...

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