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Ryerson University no longer recognizing student union after fiscal allegations

Ryerson University no longer recognizing student union after fiscal allegations

TORONTO — A scandal-plagued student union at Ryerson University is no longer being recognized as the official form of student government, the school said Friday.
Ford says his patience with teachers' unions will only last for so long

Ford says his patience with teachers' unions will only last for so long

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Premier Doug Ford issued a vague warning to teachers' unions Friday, while all four major groups are engaged in job action and contract talks are largely at a standstill.

Jury selection begins in trial of Kalen Schlatter, accused in Tess Richey death

TORONTO — Jury selection has begun in the trial of a man accused of killing a young woman in Toronto's gay village more than two years ago. Kalen Schlatter is charged with first-degree murder in the November 2017 death of Tess Richey.

'All levels' of Hamilton police involved in hunt for 7-year-old boy's shooter

Hamilton police say all levels of the force are involved in the investigation into a shooting that left a seven-year-old boy in hospital. Deputy Chief Frank Bergen says officers were called to a home in the city at 7:53 p.m. on Thursday.

Boy, 7, rushed to hospital after being shot in Hamilton home, police say

Hamilton police say a seven-year-old boy has been shot in the city. Police spokeswoman Jackie Penman says officers were called to the scene just before 8 p.m. Thursday. She says he was transported to hospital and was in stable condition.
How Canadian researchers are using data to track the spread of the coronavirus

How Canadian researchers are using data to track the spread of the coronavirus

TORONTO — Canadian researchers are making advances in tracking the trajectory of viral illnesses, like the emergent coronavirus, as they try to stay ahead of any potential threat to Canada.
Anger, drama fuel meeting on mounting issues with Ottawa light-rail system

Anger, drama fuel meeting on mounting issues with Ottawa light-rail system

Ottawa city hall's top bureaucrat has told elected officials that he's ready to take the blame if councillors want someone's head to roll over ongoing troubles with the city's light-rail system.

Boy charged with second-degree murder in death of Toronto woman: police

TORONTO — A boy is facing a murder charge in Toronto's fifth homicide of the year. Toronto police Det. Jason Shankaran says officers began investigating the case on Monday.

Sudbury, Ont. police look for suspects after theft of prosthetic leg from home

SUDBURY, Ont. — Police in northeastern Ontario say they're looking for two people suspected of stealing a prosthetic leg.
National data suggests clinics and hospitals performing fewer abortions

National data suggests clinics and hospitals performing fewer abortions

TORONTO — New data suggests the number of abortions performed in Canada's hospitals and clinics declined significantly in 2018.