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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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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Calgary couple murdered in India while awaiting opportunity to return home

CALGARY — A Calgary couple stranded in India after their flight was cancelled in April because of COVID-19 were killed last weekend. Kirpal Minhas,

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With pysical therapy altered, Leamington couple worries about progress post-accident

WINDSOR, ONT. — Adjusting to pandemic life isn’t easy for Leamington’s Mike Doyle, who more than two years ago suffered a traumatic workplace injury

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Man guilty of arson that killed baby released on time served

The 20-year-old man that set a fire that killed a baby and injured a woman in 2017 will not serve any more additional jail

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Not all Ontario businesses ready for reopening date

CAMBRIDGE — While many businesses in Ontario are getting the green light to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic, some say they aren’t ready. The

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Accused murderer released from jail amid COVID-19 concerns, set to stand trial in December

SASKATOON — A 32-year-old awaiting her murder trial has been released from jail as COVID-19 remains a pressing concern for inmates in correctional centres,

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Hit hard by COVID-19, Montreal’s Hasidic community adjusting to public-health orders

MONTREAL — Several police cars patrolled the Outremont and Mile End areas of Montreal Saturday, ensuring that religious gatherings by Hasidic Jews were cancelled

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OSSTF pauses rotating strikes ahead of March Break

WINDSOR, ONT. — The union representing public secondary school teachers in Ontario will not continue rotating strikes around March Break. In a news release

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Nassar victim: Michigan State leader offered secret payoff

LANSING, Mich. — A sexual assault victim of former sports doctor Larry Nassar confronted Michigan State University officials on Friday, alleging the school’s interim

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