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The cost of flying could go up by at least 30...

It’s almost a given that airfares will rise this year, compounding the misery for air travelers after an average fare hike of about...

She’s helped hundreds of Canadians represent themselves in court. This year,...

In the summer of 2013, a group of legal professionals and ordinary citizens gathered at the University of Windsor to discuss law professor...

Canada welcomed the most new immigrants in a century last year

Canada welcomed the highest number of new immigrants in more than a century last year, opening its doors to 341,180 people from 175...

This 27-year-old Toronto marketing professional makes $55,000 a year. She has...

Meet Maria, a 27-year-old marketing professional making $55,000 a year, who lives in Toronto’s Danforth-area with two roommates. By 2021, she’d like to...

Here’s how Toronto plans to spend billions of your dollars this...

Toronto’s 2020 budget — which funds everything from the number of police officers on the street to sidewalk snowclearing — is headed for...

This 34-year-old Toronto teacher makes $70,000 a year. She and her...

Simone is a teacher living in Toronto making $70,000 a year. At 34, she’s finally debt-free and ready to spend money on the...

Building 1,800 supportive housing units a year would end chronic homelessness...

The city is already behind on its promise to build 1,800 new supportive housing units this year and needs significant new investment from...

This 30-year-old freelancer makes $125,000 a year and pays modest rent...

At the age of 30, Jeremy is making $125,000 a year as a freelance marketing consultant. Despite his high income, he still lives...

Fat choy, the lucky, but not so environmentally-friendly Lunar New Year...

The centrepiece of every Lunar New Year meal at my family table is something called Lo Han Jai, or Buddha’s Delight. At its...

Still smarting from last year, Ford promises municipalities ‘no surprises’ in...

Still stinging from the fallout of last year’s poorly received provincial budget, Premier Doug Ford is promising not to blindside Ontario municipalities this...
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