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Girls' peewee teams step up for the food bank

Girls' peewee teams step up for the food bank

Campaign brings in $8,100 and nearly 1,400 pounds of food
City jobless rate dips to 5.9% in November

City jobless rate dips to 5.9% in November

Shrinking number of people looking for work offsets minor job losses
Ford says Ontario on track for 2030 emissions targets despite auditor's doubts

Ford says Ontario on track for 2030 emissions targets despite auditor's doubts

Ford, who has launched a legal challenge of the federal government's carbon tax, said it is too early for critics to pan his Progressive Conservative government's plan, which was launched over a year ago
<updated>Update:</updated> Freezing rain warning extended

Update: Freezing rain warning extended

While there's freezing drizzle right now, the more significant threat of freezing rain will be this afternoon
NISA Choir celebrates the power of expression

NISA Choir celebrates the power of expression

Kuppajoe Espresso Bar hosts the second annual performance of this community-focused mental health initiative
Elementary teachers to ramp up work to rule, stop planning new field trips

Elementary teachers to ramp up work to rule, stop planning new field trips

Public high school and elementary teachers are both increasing pressure on the government in the coming week amid tense and plodding contract talks
Some afternoon school buses cancelled: You may have to pick up your child

Some afternoon school buses cancelled: You may have to pick up your child

Consortium unable to drop students off on a number of roads, mostly in outlying areas
From freezing rain to freezing cold: Extreme cold alert issued

From freezing rain to freezing cold: Extreme cold alert issued

Temperature will drop to -18, feeling like -25 tonight
The weather's going to get bad, folks: Tell us about any cancellations or closures

The weather's going to get bad, folks: Tell us about any cancellations or closures

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St. Ben's students send more than 700 Christmas cards to Canadian soldiers

St. Ben's students send more than 700 Christmas cards to Canadian soldiers

'We really do appreciate the sacrifice that has been made for us'