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Etobicoke development would leave residents next to noisy GO rail yard and ‘advised to close the windows’

City, developer and transit agency struck a deal to allow controversial townhome development officials warned against.
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Judge approves $7.5M GoodLife Fitness class action settlement
Tue, 03 Jul 2018 20:06:51 +0200
Think you may be impacted by the settlement involving some 22,000 current and former employees of the gym giant? Here are some of your questions answered.
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Man killed in Woodbridge shooting had family ties to organized crime
Mon, 02 Jul 2018 17:45:06 +0200
Cosimo Ernesto Commisso, 33, of Woodbridge was killed Friday. He’s related to Italy’s Cosimo Commisso, considered by police there to be an ‘Ndrangheta organized crime boss.
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Premier Doug Ford puts new police oversight laws on hold
Wed, 04 Jul 2018 02:30:04 +0200
A day before Ontario Special Investigations Unit Act was set to come in, new government says it won’t come into force, pending a full review.
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Woman killed in Woodbridge shooting was ‘a magnetic burning presence’
Tue, 03 Jul 2018 21:58:32 +0200
Victim was sitting beside man related to organized crime boss.
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Christine Elliott defends hefty salary for health adviser, on top of six-figure public pension
Sun, 15 Jul 2018 01:36:45 +0200
Health minister says Rueben Devlin — who will earn $348,000 a year on top of his pension as a former hospital CEO — has the experience needed to end “hallway medicine” and improve patient care.
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After she caught fire in an NHL player’s backyard, woman calls for more safety regulations
Sat, 14 Jul 2018 22:46:40 +0200
Hana Engel was left with second- and third-degree burns to 35 per cent of her body.
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Community mourns Hamilton boy who died after suspected fall from family balcony
Fri, 13 Jul 2018 16:32:59 +0200
The boy was found on the concrete ground in front of the building. Police have not spoken with any witnesses who directly saw the boy fall, so they cannot say if he fell from his family’s balcony.
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How the underfunding of legal aid is clogging up the justice system
Mon, 09 Jul 2018 23:30:00 +0200
Self-represented litigants, who don’t know how to navigate the courts, inevitably clog the system, legal experts say.
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Rosie DiManno: Bautista comes home to memories, and a standing O
Wed, 04 Jul 2018 02:38:31 +0200
He was wearing the wrong uniform, and certainly the wrong number, but he still looked like he belonged in right field.
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As violence escalates, community leaders worry about feuds fuelled on social media
Wed, 04 Jul 2018 00:25:40 +0200
Community workers and city official are worried about the difficulty of policing online feuds. How the feuds relate to real-world violence remains unclear.
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Canada has taken advantage of American niceness: White House
Mon, 02 Jul 2018 23:39:07 +0200
“We’ve been very nice to Canada for many years, and they’ve taken advantage of that. Particularly advantage of our farmers,” press secretary Sarah Sanders said when asked to address Canada’s tariffs on U.S. products.
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Beverly Smith lost both her legs in the van attack. ‘I just want to be as normal as I can,’ she says
Mon, 02 Jul 2018 22:30:05 +0200
Smith, 81, has been in hospital since the rampage. Her two children are renovating their homes to make them wheelchair accessible for when she’s well enough to leave.
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Brain-injured diplomats feel ‘abandoned’ by Ottawa
Mon, 02 Jul 2018 21:56:04 +0200
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Fire at Old City Hall causes significant damage
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 04:32:25 +0200
Toronto Fire Chief Matthew Pegg said no injuries were reported and the cause of the fire is being investigated
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To save money, Coroner’s office cut back on death investigations in long-term care homes in 2013
Tue, 17 Jul 2018 02:11:23 +0200
Coroner’s office ended practice of automatically probing every 10th death in a long-term care home in 2013 as cost-saving measure, inquiry told. Chief coroner testified the reviews “weren’t flagging trends or patterns.”
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