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U of T says pro-Palestinian camp must end, but won't cut ties with Israeli schools

U of T says pro-Palestinian camp must end, but won't cut ties with Israeli schools

TORONTO — The University of Toronto, where students set up a pro-Palestinian encampment weeks ago, has given protesters 24 hours to consider its offer to end the demonstration.
Waste from mill worsening mercury contamination in river near Grassy Narrows: study

Waste from mill worsening mercury contamination in river near Grassy Narrows: study

Industrial discharge from a paper mill in northern Ontario is exacerbating mercury contamination in a river system near a First Nation that has been plagued with mercury poisoning for decades, a new study suggests.
Appeal court upholds TTC workers' right to strike, as potential job action looms

Appeal court upholds TTC workers' right to strike, as potential job action looms

TORONTO — Ontario's top court has upheld the right of Toronto Transit Commission workers to strike, a decision that comes just days before they plan to walk off the job.
One dead, one critically injured after Mississauga school parking lot shooting

One dead, one critically injured after Mississauga school parking lot shooting

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Police say one man is dead and another person is critically injured after a late-night shooting in a Mississauga, Ont., school parking lot.
'Mommy will help me': Navigating the web of supports for kids with autism in Ontario

'Mommy will help me': Navigating the web of supports for kids with autism in Ontario

Alexis Wilson suddenly awoke one night three years ago to her four-year-old son Emmett in her room, screaming, scratching his face and hitting his head against the wall.
Meta brand enoki mushrooms recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

Meta brand enoki mushrooms recalled due to possible Listeria contamination

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has announced a recall of Meta brand enoki mushrooms due to possible Listeria contamination. The agency says the recall was triggered by its testing and it is conducting a food safety investigation.
Toronto police identify woman found dead in 2017 by tracing DNA to Switzerland

Toronto police identify woman found dead in 2017 by tracing DNA to Switzerland

Toronto police say DNA tests helped identify a woman found dead in Lake Ontario in August 2017 by leading investigators to her Swiss relatives, the latest cold case cracked by investigative genetic genealogy.
'We'll need all hands on deck': Details emerge after deadly boat crash near Kingston

'We'll need all hands on deck': Details emerge after deadly boat crash near Kingston

Police have wrapped up their on-scene investigation into a deadly boat crash in eastern Ontario over the long weekend as details of the incident emerge.
From enforcement to outreach: report proposes new approach to Toronto encampments

From enforcement to outreach: report proposes new approach to Toronto encampments

TORONTO — A new report is proposing that Toronto move to clear homeless encampments only as a "last resort," and with at least 72 hours of notice.
Charges dropped against 4 accused in Toronto Indigo bookstore defacement protest

Charges dropped against 4 accused in Toronto Indigo bookstore defacement protest

TORONTO — Charges were dropped against four of the 11 people accused of defacing a Toronto Indigo bookstore in a case that has become a flashpoint over how police respond to pro-Palestinian protests.