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    Why is Doug Ford attacking student newspapers?

    Even for a government that seems like a series of sideshows in search of a plot, Premier Doug Ford’s attacks on campus student organizations has a jump-the-shark feel. This week, he looped back to a perplexing storyline about how undergrads have been held hostage by “Marxist” student government unions that allegedly impose extortionist fees and […] More

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    Durham Regional Police say an Uber driver has been charged after allegedly

    Durham Regional Police say an Uber driver has been charged after allegedly driving impaired with a fare in the backseat of his car in Oshawa. Police said an officer noticed a black Mazda 5 swerving in and out of lanes, and even into oncoming traffic, on Simcoe and William streets at around 2:20 a.m. on Wednesday. […] More

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    After serial killer’s guilty pleas, a Toronto community that hung ‘in the balance’ speaks about its relief, misery and anger

    As Haran Vijayanathan watched Bruce McArthur finally admit to murdering eight men — most of South Asian or Middle Eastern descent — he felt a sense of relief. After years of funerals and memorials, after supporting families struggling with unanswered questions about how, when and why their loved one died, at least this is now a […] More

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    St. Michael’s College School case put over

    TORONTO – The case of seven teens facing sex assault charges following an investigation into alleged incidents at a private Toronto school has been put over to next month. The charges against the boys stem from three alleged incidents that occurred at St. Michael’s College School in the fall term. Toronto police have said two […] More

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    Toronto man on trial for murder says woman died of overdose

    A 41-year-old Toronto man on trial for second-degree murder admitted in court on Tuesday he dismembered the body of Melissa Cooper but says the 30-year-old died of an overdose. Taking the stand in his own defence, Albert Ian Ohabalso told the jury, his live-in girlfriend had died of a fentanyl overdose in the same apartment, […] More

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    Danielle Kane fights for a new life Six months after being paralyzed in Danforth shooting

    After hearing that people lay injured and bleeding along Toronto’s Danforth Avenue, Danielle Kane and her boyfriend rushed to help only to come face-to-face with Faisal Hussain outside an Italian restaurant where they had been eating. “As soon as I made eye contact with him he decided to shoot,” Kane told Global News. “He didn’t […] More

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    discreditable conduct after being cleared of sex assault Toronto cop pleads guilty

    After a Toronto officer admitted he used his police status to obtain the phone number of “an attractive woman” who approached him for help, a prosecutor and the officer’s lawyer agreed he should be penalized with four day’s docked pay at disciplinary tribunal Tuesday. Const. Vincenzo Bonazza was acquitted last year of one count of […] More

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    Shooting In Scarborough Apartment Building Kill One

    A man is dead after being shot several times inside a Scarborough apartment building early Saturday, Toronto police say. The man, believed to be between 35 and 40, has not been identified yet. He is believed to be a Toronto resident. Police were called to 100 Dundalk Drive, near Kennedy Road and Highway 401, at […] More

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    High School Teacher From Markham Charged With Two Counts Of Sexual Assault

    A high school teacher from Markham is charged with two counts of sexual assault following a York Regional Police Special Victims Unit investigation. The accused is currently employed by York Catholic District School Board, and the board announced Tuesday he had been placed on administrative leave. The investigation began Dec. 22 after a victim contacted […] More

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    Returning Bottles To The Beer Store? Beware Of Possible Breath Test By Police

    Taking back bottles to the Beer Store? A Mississauga man discovered this past weekend that it can lead to a breath test for alcohol by police. “He said, ‘I saw you at the Beer Store and to me you were taking back, what looked like in my opinion, an excessive amount of bottles,’” said Art, […] More

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    Why Are Seals Coming Ashore? DFO Scientist Says It's Perfectly Normal

    They might look a little out of place scooting down the streets of Roddickton-Bide Arm, but a Department of Fisheries and Oceans scientist says it’s not unusual to see harp seals come ashore in Newfoundland this time of year. The mayor of the Northern Peninsula community says 40 or more seals have been spotted all […] More

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