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As the transit agency in Canada's most populous city prepares to do away with its decades-old payment system, Toronto's mayor and the union representing transit... [Read More]
The project, which features environmentally friendly design and innovative infrastructure, has been marred by questions over how data will be collected, kept, accessed and protected... [Read More]
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Critics of a proposed high-tech neighbourhood planned for Toronto's waterfront called for more transparency in the decision-making process amid mounting concerns over how the companies... [Read More]
Canadians can expect to enjoy a full fall season with a steady transition to winter over the next two months, The Weather Network forecasts. [Read More]
The network is predicting that winter won't come early this year and that Canadians will get to experience an overall mild fall from now until... [Read More]
Canadians can expect to enjoy a full fall season with a steady transition to winter over the next two months, The Weather Network forecasts. [Read More]
As Ontario's legislature prepares to hold a rare midnight sitting to debate a bill that would cut the size of Toronto city council, some members... [Read More]
As Ontario's legislature prepared to hold a rare midnight sitting to debate a bill that would cut the size of Toronto city council, some members... [Read More]
A young man on a quest to find a woman he met last week sent an email to more than 200 University of Calgary students... [Read More]
"He was a really fun guy," says Sina Lakbala of the 18-year-old, who died in hospital on Tuesday. [Read More]
Negotiations will resume Tuesday — a day after the fair ends... [Read More]
Omar Abdulaziz says some students are reluctant to return to Saudi Arabia over fears that they'll never finish their studies or could be detained because... [Read More]
National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan, who attended the funeral for John McCain on Saturday, says he admires how the U.S. senator was "true to his... [Read More]
National Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan was among Canadian officials who attended John McCain's funeral in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, and he called the senator a... [Read More]
Juan Antonio Garcia-Jimenez, a 53-year-old Ontario resident, was allegedly paid thousands of dollars to help at least five people use the tunnel running between Windsor,... [Read More]
A man accused of smuggling foreigners from Canada into the U.S. through an underground railway tunnel has been arrested and faces multiple charges, American officials... [Read More]
Recognizing "there is stigma associated with suicide and mental illness," the Ontario Provincial Police will look at what might hold officers back from seeking mental... [Read More]
This summer, as students prepared to go back to school, some post-secondary institutions did preparing of their own to make changes that they say address... [Read More]
Ryerson University and other institutions have created new programs and hired educators in response to the 2015 Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada report, but... [Read More]
The Ontario university voted unanimously last week to strip the political science professor of his "emeritus" designation. [Read More]
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