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Toronto police investigating one suspected hate crime, make arrest in another

Toronto police investigating one suspected hate crime, make arrest in another

Toronto police say they are investigating a suspected hate-motivated crime and have made an arrest in another case that took place in recent weeks.
Increased police presence expected at weekend Walk with Israel event, related protest

Increased police presence expected at weekend Walk with Israel event, related protest

TORONTO — There will be heightened security at a pro-Israel march and a related protest this weekend, Toronto police said Friday, as they warned that anyone engaging in criminal behaviour would be arrested.
Teacher unions welcome new minister in Ontario cabinet shuffle

Teacher unions welcome new minister in Ontario cabinet shuffle

TORONTO — Ontario's new education minister is stepping into one of the largest and most visible files in government, which comes with a fraught relationship with teachers, though he is no stranger to politics or tough portfolios.
A second man dies from injuries after Sunday night parking lot shooting in Toronto

A second man dies from injuries after Sunday night parking lot shooting in Toronto

TORONTO — Toronto police say a second man has died after a Sunday night shooting outside a west end high school. Police say 46-year-old Seymour Gibbs died from his injuries on Wednesday.

Toronto Public Health recommends meningococcal vaccine amid rise in cases

TORONTO — Public health officials in Toronto are recommending that people get vaccinated for meningococcal disease in light of an increase in cases.
Premier Doug Ford shuffles cabinet as legislature rises for summer

Premier Doug Ford shuffles cabinet as legislature rises for summer

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford swapped his energy and education ministers in a cabinet shuffle Thursday and brought a minister who resigned over the Greenbelt controversy back into the fold.

Ontario chemical company says federal, provincial governments unfairly targeting it

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Alice Munro wrote a 1970s play in southwestern Ontario — and continues to inspire regional theatre

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Police clear York University protest encampment a day after it emerges

Police clear York University protest encampment a day after it emerges

TORONTO — Toronto police cleared a pro-Palestinian protest encampment at York University on Thursday, a day after it was established, they said.
Four arrested, four more sought in alleged migrant smuggling ring: RCMP

Four arrested, four more sought in alleged migrant smuggling ring: RCMP

CORNWALL, ONTARIO — RCMP say four people have been arrested in a large-scale human smuggling ring they allege funnelled migrants into the United States illegally.