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Project Comfort aims to ease concerns ahead of temporary shelter opening in Liberty Village
A Toronto based group of volunteers is working to be a liaison between concerned residents, the city and people experiencing homelessness ahead of temporary respite centres set to open in three locations over the next two months.
Ontario Public Service head Steve Orsini stepping down in January
Ontario's top bureaucrat has announced that he is stepping down.
Interim OPP commissioner asks court to order ombudsman investigation into Taverner appointment
Interim Ontario Provincial Police Commissioner Brad Blair wants an Ontario court to order the provincial ombudsman to investigate the appointment of Premier Doug Ford's family friend Ron Taverner as the new OPP commissioner.
Ford government to recall legislature after Power Workers' Union announces strike action
The Ontario government will recall the legislature on Monday after workers at Ontario's power union filed a notice to strike on Friday.
Peel constable suspended with pay after incident with sergeant
A Peel Regional Police constable has been suspended with pay after an incident with a sergeant earlier this month, the force tells CBC Toronto.
Vast majority of staff at Toronto jail afraid to go to work, report says
Ford government to resume arbitration hearings with OMA
A year later, police still struggling to solve deaths of Honey and Barry Sherman
Toronto applying to province to keep supervised injection site open
GM working to retrain employees affected by Oshawa plant closure
Mentally disabled win class status over loss of services at age 18
Are nightclubs 'passe'? The owner of Muzik thinks so as dance spot rebrands as supper club
Hamilton police arrest and fine a journalist - the 3rd incident in 2 years
Brad Ross, longtime face of the TTC, reflects on how he changed discussion around suicide
You don't read terms of service agreements, so let a bot do it
Government funding cut a financial blow for Ontario midwives, association says
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