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The case of a New Brunswick pole artist who saw her performance at a Moncton, N.B., ribfest abruptly cancelled last weekend is drawing attention to the lasting stigma around an activity once associated mainly with strip clubs.
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Toronto put photo radar near eight schools across the city last year and later analyzed data that suggested a rampant speeding, in some cases qualifying for the provincial definition of stunt driving - exceeding the speed limit by more that 50km/h.
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Mueller agreed to testify after being presented with a congressional subpoena, and he’ll appear publicly in two back-to-back hearings on July 17.
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Scores of employees at Wayfair Inc. walked off the job on Wednesday in protest of the online retailer’s sale of beds to contractors furnishing border camps for asylum seekers.
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The Trump administration must live up to its pledge not to separate migrant children from their families and to treat them with the respect they deserve. Stop repeating history. Children deserve better.
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Porter Airlines has cancelled at least 20 flights from Billy Bishop airport due to a telecom outage in the United States. Passengers have been told they can expect significant delays and disruptions.
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It’s time for another of those Trump-era mundane “Did you ever think you’d see the day …” remarks. Let me oblige, writes Heather Mallick. “Did you ever think you’d see the day that Americans sent small children to concentration camps?” I did not.
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So summer is finally here, and school is almost over! Planning to travel? Here's what you need to know before heading out to avoid being scammed.
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The draft proposal would see Toronto Community Housing seniors buildings run by a new corporation, with a new unit overseeing both.
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My marriage of seven years was mostly good in the beginning, then he started to be controlling. I told him to stop, and things were OK for a while. He's bad with money, very untrustworthy, and lies about everything. Is it over? Ask Ellie:
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Real commitment is knowing when to shut your mouth, writes Vinay Menon.
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Is child care expensive? Yes. Should ECEs receive more appreciation and better pay? Yes. Solutions to both are not mutually exclusive. from April:
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Real commitment is knowing when to shut your mouth, writes Vinay Menon.
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: In an industry known to be long on hours and short on pay, Toronto’s housing challenges can be soul sapping for kitchen staff, chef Ang McCluskey said. From paramedics to kitchen staff to retail employees, how can they survive in the city.
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: The premier, an erratic and unqualified leader, has put Ontario through a year of chaos, pettiness and rash moves, writes.
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Replying to @jacoblorinc
Union Park by Oxford Properties would draw thousands of new workers and residents to a site north of the Rogers Centre and CN Tower. It devotes two acres of park space above the Union Station Rail Corridor.
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There’s another mixed-use mega-development — including what would be the city’s second rail deck park — on the downtown horizon.
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The premier finds fault with everyone else but there are only so many bogeymen and bogeywomen, real or imagined, who can take the fall for Ford, writes.
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: Carol Lee, social and community worker, 45, shares her house with a roommate. She also shares her bedroom with her daughter. Her son bunks with her roommate on alternate weeks. She's not alone. Here are the housing struggle in Toronto:
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Updated: The RCMP are looking into Beijing’s claim that veterinary health certificates on Canadian pork have been forged.
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