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Toronto city hall hosts final pre-election meeting

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Burger King in talks to buy Tim Hortons

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Manitoba First Nations community calls for inquiry into crimes against Aboriginal females

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City manager Joe Pennachetti says farewell to city hall

Toronto city manager Joe Pennachetti thanked city councillors as they paid tribute to him before his retirement in a few months’ time. On Tuesday, he announced he would be stepping down from the post after 6 years. Today at city hall, members of council reflected upon his time leading the city’s civil service. Pennachetti has Read More

Toronto woman identified as innocent bystander in fatal Calgary shooting

A Toronto woman was killed when multiple gunshots were fired outside of a Calgary bar. Witnesses say Natasha Mohamad Farah was an innocent bystander when she was hit by a stray bullet. She had gone out with friends to “socialize, have a few drinks and head home,” said acting Staff Sergeant Michael Cavilla. “Natasha was Read More

Burger King in talks to buy Tim Hortons

Burger King is currently in talks to purchase Tim Hortons, with the hopes of creating a public company based in Canada. The companies maintain that the Oakville-based coffee chain will still operate separately from the Miami-based burger giant. However, if the merger goes through, they are expected to benefit from shared services. The new company Read More

Toronto city hall hosts final pre-election meeting

Toronto city councillors have entered the first day of the last council meeting before the October election. There are some 400 items on the agenda, meaning the session could last multiple days. Among the first motions to be approved was the banning of e-cigarettes from city workplaces, passed by council in a 36-to-2 vote. Another Read More

Police looking into trio of dumpster fires in Scarborough

Toronto Police are looking into reports of three dumpster fires in Scarborough, all of them outside of schools. The first fire was discovered around 2am at Pauline Johnson Junior Public School at Birchmount and Sheppard; 15 minutes later, another one was reported at St. Andrews Public School near McCowan and Brimorton. As for the third Read More

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