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Province eyeing changes that could see developers hire their own building inspectors
The City of Toronto is pushing back against a provincial government proposal that could give developers the power to skirt the rules surrounding municipal building inspections.
Ryerson Students' Union files police report over $250k credit card bill controversy
The Ryerson Students’ Union (RSU) has asked Toronto police to investigate alleged financial mismanagement by former union heads.
Remains of one Canadian PS752 crash victim returned to Canada
The remains of one Canadian victim of the PS752 airline disaster have been returned to Canada but details are being withheld at the family's request, Foreign Affairs Minister François-Philippe Champagne said today.
James Forcillo, ex-officer who shot and killed teen on streetcar, granted full parole
James Forcillo, the former Toronto police officer who shot teenager Sammy Yatim to death on a TTC streetcar in 2013, has been granted full parole.
Cannabis companies could go bust in 2020, industry insiders predict
The pot industry has been plagued with supply problems, stiff competition from the black market and a resulting loss of enthusiasm from investors.
Teachers' strikes to close all Catholic schools, some public elementary and high schools
Brampton pedestrian dead after being hit by motorist
Woman struck and killed by transport truck in North York
Ontario Securities Commission chair and CEO Maureen Jensen to step down
When 'math is accessible to any brain,' we can make better political, social choices, says mathematician
1 dead after transport trucks collide on Highway 401 near Newcastle
Travellers at Pearson to be asked about coronavirus amid pneumonia outbreak in China
Boys and young men more likely to die than girls and young women, study finds
Gay pastor forced out of Lutheran Church in the '80s becomes 1st to be reinstated
A growing job market but more part time work: A picture of employment in Toronto
Ontario education minister cites 'hardship on parents' as elementary teachers start strikes
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