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Tourism and travel industry pushed to embrace diversity and inclusion measures

Tourism and travel industry pushed to embrace diversity and inclusion measures

TORONTO — Travel and hospitality experts say pandemic-battered businesses are increasingly recognizing a longstanding blindspot that if addressed could help them rebound this summer: the BIPOC traveller.

Eleven-year-old boy with autism found dead, but foul play not suspected, police say

LINDSAY, Ont. — Police east of Toronto say an 11-year-old boy with autism who was reported missing over the weekend has died. In an update, Sgt.
Victim services worker tried to warn woman about Borutski on day of murder

Victim services worker tried to warn woman about Borutski on day of murder

Faye Cassista received a chilling message on a September day in 2015 – one of her clients was dead and police wanted to speak to her about the case.
Sentencing hearing set to begin for Toronto's van attacker

Sentencing hearing set to begin for Toronto's van attacker

TORONTO — Survivors and families of victims in Toronto's deadly van attack are set to give statements in court today as a sentencing hearing in the case gets underway.
Doug Ford facing key issue for new government as education workers gear up to bargain

Doug Ford facing key issue for new government as education workers gear up to bargain

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford has not even named a new cabinet, fresh off his majority election victory, and one of the biggest challenges his new government will face is already staring him down.

Two people dead after their off-road motorcycle collided with car in Uxbridge, Ont.

Two people have died after a collision involving an off-road motorcycle and car in Uxbridge, Ont. Durham Regional Police say emergency crews responded to a serious collision on Highway 47 near Parratt Road after 11 p.m. on Saturday.
The 'new-age bimbo' has no thoughts (or that's what they want you to think)

The 'new-age bimbo' has no thoughts (or that's what they want you to think)

TORONTO — Fiona Fairbairn had a lot on her mind. Then she realized: that was the problem. She thought too much, so she decided to stop. "I'm sick of perceiving. I'm sick of being observational.
Toronto van attack victims, family ready themselves for sentencing hearing

Toronto van attack victims, family ready themselves for sentencing hearing

TORONTO — Amaresh Tesfamariam's family will draw on her fighting spirit this week as they summon the strength to speak about her life in front of the man who caused her death.
Toronto to offer monkeypox vaccine clinics targeting high-risk communities

Toronto to offer monkeypox vaccine clinics targeting high-risk communities

Toronto Public Health says it will start holding vaccination clinics to immunize high-risk individuals against the monkeypox virus starting on Sunday.
Ontario mask mandates lapse for public transit, health-care settings

Ontario mask mandates lapse for public transit, health-care settings

TORONTO — Provincial mask mandates for public transit and health-care settings in Ontario expire today. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr.