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Canada's largest school board says systems operational after cyberattack

Canada's largest school board says systems operational after cyberattack

TORONTO — Canada's largest public school board says it is working with police to assess the impact of a recent cyberattack, but its main system remains operational and has not been affected.
More than 400 patients moved into Ontario nursing homes they didn't choose to go to

More than 400 patients moved into Ontario nursing homes they didn't choose to go to

TORONTO — More than 400 patients have been forced into Ontario nursing homes they did not want to go to and the rate of those moves is increasing, The Canadian Press has learned.
Tenants' year-long battle over Above Guideline Rent Increases

Tenants' year-long battle over Above Guideline Rent Increases

For more than a year, a group of tenants at three buildings in Toronto’s Thorncliffe Park Drive have withheld rent to protest what they say are above guideline rent increases being sought by their landlords.
Man accused of setting woman on fire on bus found not criminally responsible: lawyer

Man accused of setting woman on fire on bus found not criminally responsible: lawyer

TORONTO — A lawyer for a man accused of setting a woman on fire on a Toronto bus two years ago says his client has been found not criminally responsible in her death.

Election rumours invite reflections on Doug Ford’s record in Ontario

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Residents of Mississauga, Ont. elect Carolyn Parrish their new mayor

Residents of Mississauga, Ont. elect Carolyn Parrish their new mayor

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Former federal member of Parliament Carolyn Parrish has been elected mayor of Mississauga, Ont. from a field a 16 candidates.
U of T says pro-Palestinian protesters rejected latest offer

U of T says pro-Palestinian protesters rejected latest offer

TORONTO — Negotiations between the University of Toronto and protesters behind a pro-Palestinian encampment appeared stalled Monday as the school said its latest offer had been rejected and demonstrators accused administrators of not taking the talks
Toronto police say six people arrested at Walk with Israel event

Toronto police say six people arrested at Walk with Israel event

TORONTO — Toronto police say they arrested six people at a pro-Israel march on the weekend. The annual "Walk with Israel" event took place Sunday amid heightened security and protests along the route.
Ontario expanding jails by several hundred beds to deal with overflowing institutions

Ontario expanding jails by several hundred beds to deal with overflowing institutions

LONDON, Ont. — Ontario will add more beds to its beleaguered jails, which are bursting with inmates, solicitor general Michael Kerzner said Monday.
Niagara police investigate death of 27-year-old Hamilton woman found in rural area

Niagara police investigate death of 27-year-old Hamilton woman found in rural area

NIAGARA, Ont. — Niagara Regional Police say they are investigating the death of a 27-year-old Hamilton woman whose body was found in a rural area just outside St. Catharines, Ont.