More parents considering homeschool option amidst coronavirus pandemic

WINDSOR, ONT. — As the province’s back to school plans remain up in the air, homeschooling organization WE Homeschool-Windsor-Essex County says they’ve seen an

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Deadly collision on Highway 400 in Innisfil

BARRIE, ONT. — A 28-year-old man is dead after a collision on Highway 400 in Innisfil. According to the OPP, the victim’s vehicle struck

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Myanmar claims success in stopping exodus; refugees disagree

BANGKOK — More Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar streamed toward the border Friday, despite government assurances that it was stopping the massive exodus

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Dalhousie profs ask university to confirm blackface violates code of conduct

HALIFAX — A group of law professors at Dalhousie University is asking the school’s senior academic administrator to confirm that blackface violates the code

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Kitchener man ticketed for driving illegally modified car

KITCHENER — The Waterloo Regional Police Service says officers issued five tickets to the driver of an illegally modified vehicle. The WRPS Traffic Services

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Mutonji and Ruban take Trillium Book Awards, Ontario’s top literary prize

TORONTO — Tea Mutonji’s “Shut Up You’re Pretty,” has been named the winner of the Trillium Book Award while Paul Ruban took the French

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Retailer Anthropologie denies Black shoppers were profiled with secret code name

TORONTO — Boho-chic lifestyle retailer Anthropologie denied accusations it racially profiled customers by assigning codenames to Black shoppers so employees could watch them more

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‘Two sets of rules’: Is B.C.’s plan for NHL hockey in Vancouver fair to residents? Liberals say no

VANCOUVER — While some fans are excited at the prospect of NHL hockey returning to Vancouver, others feel the province’s plan to allow for

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Reopening guidelines providing challenges for some gyms

REGINA — Gyms are among the businesses allowed to reopen, but some Regina work out facilities are now facing some challenges dealing with the

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Ontario government halts commercial evictions in COVID-19 pandemic

TORONTO, ONT. — The Ontario government is putting a temporary ban on commercial evictions to help small business owners who are struggling to pay

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