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TDSB to mull cellphone ban amid renewed concerns of distractions in class
The chair of the Toronto District School Board says a rethink on the issue is needed with the rise of different social media apps, an increase in overall screen time and the fact that students are still adjusting to in-person learning after years of disruptions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Toronto to temporarily close down another major intersection along Adelaide Street West
City crews will close Bay Street and Adelaide Street W. starting 7 a.m. Monday until 7 a.m. Saturday to install streetcar tracks. During the closure, traffic will flow on Adelaide Street between York and Yonge Streets, with intermittent closures required for paving and lane markings, the city said in a news release Friday.
Quebec's English universities table government counter-offer on tuition hikes
English universities in Quebec are presenting a new counter-offer to the provincial government in hopes to change its plan to hike tuition costs next fall. They want the government to push back the hikes to 2025, have a three-tier tuition system and more French classes.
At least 99 patients placed in Ontario LTC homes without their consent, AG finds
The annual report from the auditor general's office this week said the government has not been transparent in implementing a law that allows hospital placement co-ordinators to transfer patients to a home not of their choosing, and can see them charged $400 a day if they refuse.
5 now dead in 'major' cantaloupe salmonella outbreak as Canadian cases nearly double
Officials say a significant salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupe sold across Canada this fall has killed five people and sickened dozens more, with many of the patients being children in daycare or seniors in long-term care.
Canada has new requirements for international students hoping to come study. Here's what you need to know
Canada's Gilles, Poirier take ice dance bronze at figure skating Grand Prix Final in Beijing
Climate change education is still a patchwork in Canada with more work needed, say researchers
Blue Jays miss out as Shohei Ohtani agrees to historic 10-year, $700M US contract with Dodgers
Toronto woman charged with 2nd-degree murder in death of 3-year-old boy
Ontario men arrested on terrorism charges linked to neo-Nazi movement
Charity concert for Durham Food Banks on Sunday responding to 'record demand'
Pedestrian dies after being hit by garbage truck driver in midtown Toronto
Where do you stand on Toronto's plan to mix 6-storey buildings and single-family homes?
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