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Toronto drivers paying $34M in fines thanks to speed cameras. Where should that money go?
Toronto has collected $34 million in fines since its automated speed cameras began snapping pictures of lead-footed drivers around the city and advocates say they want that money rolled directly into the city’s road safety programs.
Ontario auditor general's annual report to explore COVID contracts, province's vaccination program
Ontario's auditor general is set to release her annual report Wednesday, including audits on COVID-19-related contracts and procurement, as well as the province's vaccination program.
Blue Jays hire longtime Yankee Don Mattingly as bench coach
The Toronto Blue Jays have hired Don Mattingly to serve as bench coach under manager John Schneider. Mattingly previously spent seven seasons as manager of the Miami Marlins and five years as manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Winter closing of Toronto shelter hotel causing 'chaos' for some, advocates say
With a week to go before homeless residents have to leave a Toronto hotel-turned-shelter, some say they don't know where they'll end up once they have to move out while advocates say the timing means many could be left to fend for themselves in the cold.
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Strong winds to sweep through Toronto on Wednesday, Environment Canada warns
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These students are facing real-world economic pressures. Mandatory financial literacy classes may help
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Toronto Humane Society calling on community to help after thieves drive off with van full of supplies
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Ontario air ambulance service sees rise in child patient transfers as hospitals under pressure
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It's an 'exciting time' for DNA genealogy in solving cold cases, experts say. But some urge caution
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