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Toronto Two Toronto police officers have admitted to misconduct related to their role in the arrest of a young Black university student who was stopped, Tasered and kneed in the neck in what turned out to be a case of “mistaken identity.” Const. Seth Rietkoetter, Sgt. Rachel Saliba pleaded guilty to using unnecessaryContinue Reading

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Documents obtained by CBC News reveal which colleges and universities account for the greatest share of Canada’s steep growth in international students, and which now have the most to lose from a new cap on permits to study in this country. The data, obtained through access to information requests to Immigration,Continue Reading

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Toronto Research from the Novo Nordisk Network for Healthy Populations found that for most neighbourhoods in Mississauga, diabetes prevalence rates range from 13 to 16.9 per cent, compared to the province-wide average of less than 10 per cent. Researchers say the city can make changes to encourage active living toContinue Reading

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Toronto Ontario developers deny they’re feeding housing crisis by sitting on landDevelopers are pushing back against claims that they’re slowing the pace of new home construction in Ontario by sitting on land that’s already been approved for housing.  Report commissioned by industry groups finds new home construction at 33-year highContinue Reading