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BEYOND LOCAL: 5 ways university students can foster positive mental health

BEYOND LOCAL: 5 ways university students can foster positive mental health

The transition into a new school year is a good time to proactively consider how to foster positive well-being
Poll suggests most Canadians view Pope's apology as step toward reconciliation

Poll suggests most Canadians view Pope's apology as step toward reconciliation

The Angus Reid Institute released the findings from its latest online poll in which nearly 60 per cent of participants said they saw the Pope's apology as a meaningful step toward reconciliation, while 32 per cent said it did nothing to move reconciliation forward
CANADA: Survey says Quebec religious minorities feel less safe

CANADA: Survey says Quebec religious minorities feel less safe

The results published Wednesday reveal that Quebecers who identify as Jewish, Muslim or Sikh report "broad-ranging, disruptive and profound negative impacts" stemming from the 2019 secularism law
Full house: Barrie woman opens home to refugee family of 13

Full house: Barrie woman opens home to refugee family of 13

'I never once thought about how we were going to feed them, or about money. I always felt it would work out,' says Barrie woman who welcomed family of 13 refugees
Ontario education union planning strike votes, says doesn't mean strike will happen

Ontario education union planning strike votes, says doesn't mean strike will happen

The Canadian Union of Public Employees — which represents 55,000 workers including early childhood educators, school administration workers, bus drivers and custodians — sent a memo to members this week about an Aug. 22 meeting
Canada grocery costs may fall as UN report shows food prices dropping

Canada grocery costs may fall as UN report shows food prices dropping

Canadians could see lower grocery bills as food prices drop for the fourth month in a row, according to a United Nations Agricultural Organization report
Luxury goods tax on super-rich could hit electric vehicles: expert

Luxury goods tax on super-rich could hit electric vehicles: expert

The luxury goods tax, which will come into force on Sept. 1, will cover cars and SUVs, as well as private planes and helicopters, worth more than $100,000
Amanda Todd sextortion case sets precedent, but more needs to be done, experts say

Amanda Todd sextortion case sets precedent, but more needs to be done, experts say

Coban, a Dutch national, was convicted on Saturday of extortion, harassment, communication with a young person to commit a sexual offence and possession and distribution of child pornography in relation to Todd
The Poilievre divide: Ontario MP preferred leader for Conservatives but not Canadians

The Poilievre divide: Ontario MP preferred leader for Conservatives but not Canadians

A new Leger poll conducted in collaboration with the Association for Canadian Studies suggests 44 per cent of Conservative voters believe Poilievre would make the best party leader
Unifor elects a new national president

Unifor elects a new national president

Lana Payne succeeds Jerry Dias as Unifor's national president, becoming the first woman to lead the 315,000-member union.