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Doug Ford’s Ontario PCs sail to 2nd majority

Doug Ford’s journey to winning the Ontario election and securing a second straight majority really began on St. Patrick’s Day in 2020, the day he declared a state of emergency…

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How is the Omicron variant different and why are scientists so concerned?

Scientists around the world are racing to learn more about the newly discovered B.1.1.529 coronavirus variant, now known as Omicron, to see how it compares to other variants of concern….

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More than 330 Ontario schools report absence rates of 30% or higher

Nitin Sawhney is behind musical scores to films like ‘The Namesake’ and ‘Midnight’s Children’, has been made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for services to music.

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Who is Aafia Siddiqui, the federal prisoner at the center of the Texas hostage incident?

Aafia Siddiqui, whose release was demanded by a man who took hostages inside a Texas synagogue, would not condone the man’s actions, her attorney said Saturday. The unidentified man, who…

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‘The Hazel McCallion Line:’ Ontario government to name new LRT after former Mississauga mayor

It is a birthday gift that is going to be hard to top, even for someone who has been around for more birthdays than most. The Ontario government has announced…

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Ambassador Bridge reopens with heavy police presence around protest site

Traffic once again started flowing across the Ambassador Bridge on Monday after a six-day protest shuttered the international crossing between Windsor, Ont., and Detroit. Shortly after midnight, the Canada Border Services…

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