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Rescued Afghanistan dogs arrive at Toronto sanctuary

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TORONTO — A mixed-breed street dog named Papo chased toys and rolled around in the sun on a recent clear day at an east Toronto...

Emergency department at Perth hospital closing for a week due to COVID-19 outbreak

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SMITHS FALLS, Ont. — The emergency department at Perth hospital will close for five days due due to a COVID-19 affecting staff at the...

Six-month cut to Ontario gas and fuel tax takes effect today

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Ontario's gas tax will be cut by 5.7 cents per litre for six months starting today. Legislation that passed this spring will also see the...

Raptors announce multi-year extension with forward Thaddeus Young

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TORONTO — The Toronto Raptors have signed forward Thaddeus Young to a multi-year contract extension. The Raptors announced the deal Friday, though it had been...

‘Summer of recovery’: Pandemic-stricken tourism industry sees signs of optimism

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TORONTO — Canada Day has kicked off the unofficial start of summer, and the tourism sector is hopeful the first season in three years...

Ontario legislature will sit starting Aug. 8 to pass budget, Ford says

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TORONTO — Ontario legislators will return to provincial parliament on Aug. 8. Premier Doug Ford says the legislature will sit for approximately five weeks. The main...

CBC makes changes at ‘The National’ ahead of free streaming channel launch

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TORONTO — CBC News is shaking up the anchor roles at "The National" as it plans to launch a free 24-hour live streaming channel...
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S&P/TSX composite down more than 300 points, U.S. stock markets also retreat

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TORONTO — Canada's main stock index was down more than 300 points in broad-based decline as commodity prices also fell and U.S. stock markets...

Premier Doug Ford warns teachers to be back in school in fall as contract...

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BRAMPTON, Ont. — Premier Doug Ford says he will negotiate fairly with the province's teachers, but warns that students must be in school in...

In tight rental market, here’s how to prepare for potential increase at renewal

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TORONTO — The rate advantage city renters saw during the pandemic is fading, making it important for those without rent controls to plan ahead...
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