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PCs delay controversial appointment of OPP chief while selection is reviewed
The Ontario government said Saturday it will "respect" a request from the incoming OPP commissioner to delay his appointment while the province's integrity commissioner reviews the circumstances of his selection.
'It's heartbreaking': Indigenous artists mourn possible cuts to culture fund under review by PCs
The Ontario government says it is reviewing a fund that supports Indigenous culture through grants and that was set up in response to calls for action from Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
Why Christmas is bad for the environment and what you can do about it
Canadians pile up more trash over holidays because they buy more stuff and a lot of it — from shiny wrapping paper to glittery cards — typically can't go in the recycling blue bin.
Lack of affordable housing drives need for second Scarborough food bank
The Daily Bread Food Bank opened its newest location in Scarborough Friday as a result of growing need in the community.
Young girl in hospital with serious burns after clothing catches fire
Toronto police are investigating after a girl believed to be about six years old suffered serious burns when her clothing caught fire on Saturday.
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Project Comfort aims to ease concerns ahead of temporary shelter opening in Liberty Village
Ford government to recall legislature after Power Workers' Union announces strike action
Interim OPP commissioner asks court to order ombudsman investigation into Taverner appointment
Vast majority of staff at Toronto jail afraid to go to work, report says
Ontario Public Service head Steve Orsini stepping down in January
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Peel constable suspended with pay after incident with sergeant
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
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