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'He was loved': Family members devastated by death of man allegedly swarmed by teens

'He was loved': Family members devastated by death of man allegedly swarmed by teens

TORONTO — Family members of a homeless Toronto man who died after police allege he was swarmed and stabbed by a group of teen girls say the thought of his last moments haunts them.
Two teens charged with second-degree murder after 16-year-old dies in shooting

Two teens charged with second-degree murder after 16-year-old dies in shooting

TORONTO — Toronto police say two teenage boys have been charged with second-degree murder in an apartment building shooting that killed another teenage boy.
Number of Ontarians without family doctor reaches 2.5 million, college says

Number of Ontarians without family doctor reaches 2.5 million, college says

TORONTO — There are now 2.5 million people in Ontario who don't have a family doctor, the Ontario College of Family Physicians said on Thursday. That's an increase of more than 160,000 people since the last count was released six months ago, said Dr.
Infrastructure officials detail Ontario Science Centre structural issues

Infrastructure officials detail Ontario Science Centre structural issues

TORONTO — The Ontario Science Centre building is facing critical issues not just with its roof, but with heating, sprinkler and electrical systems, officials said Thursday – but they did not say what they plan to do about it, if anything.

Despite Ontario workers’ compensation reforms, migrant workers are still being left behind

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UWindsor, pro-Palestinian protesters reach deal to 'peacefully end' encampment

UWindsor, pro-Palestinian protesters reach deal to 'peacefully end' encampment

WINDSOR, Ont. — The University of Windsor says it has reached a deal with pro-Palestinian protesters that includes "peacefully ending" an encampment that had been set up on its campus for almost two months.
U of T encampment court ruling could affect future campus protests, experts say

U of T encampment court ruling could affect future campus protests, experts say

TORONTO — A pro-Palestinian protest encampment that stood for weeks at the heart of the University of Toronto may now be gone, but experts say the court ruling that led to its clearing could have lingering effects for future protests on post-secondar
Frank Stronach's granddaughter seeks company docs related to misconduct allegations

Frank Stronach's granddaughter seeks company docs related to misconduct allegations

TORONTO — The granddaughter of billionaire businessman Frank Stronach is asking an Ontario court to order the family business to disclose any documents that might exist related to complaints of sexual misconduct against him and settlements involving
Pro-Palestinian protesters dismantle encampment at University of Ottawa

Pro-Palestinian protesters dismantle encampment at University of Ottawa

The University of Ottawa says pro-Palestinian protesters have dismantled an encampment that had been on campus for two months.
Doug Ford says it would be 'foolish' to repair science centre building

Doug Ford says it would be 'foolish' to repair science centre building

TORONTO — Trying to repair the Ontario Science Centre building would be "foolish," Premier Doug Ford said Wednesday in response to calls to reverse his abrupt closure of the attraction.