Toronto library board revising room-booking policy after controversial memorial

TORONTO – The Toronto Public Library board voted Monday evening in favour of changing its rental policy following a controversial memorial at a west-end

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Gas leak prompts police to evacuate all 17 floors of Morningside highrise

All 17 floors of a Morningside highrise have been evacuated following a “significant” gas leak in the building. Speaking to CP24 on Monday morning,

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Cochrane clinic collects donations for Canadian Animal Blood Bank

A veterinary clinic in Cochrane is doing its part to boost the country’s supply of animal blood and held a collection clinic at its

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How Canada turned to Mexico to fend off TPP pressure from Japan, Australia

Andy Blatchford, The Canadian Press Published Saturday, November 11, 2017 6:59PM EST From the outside, it looked like yet another bilateral meeting between Justin

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Police officially identify second victim in deadly Hwy. 400 crash

Provincial police say they have now officially identified two of three people killed in a fiery pileup on Highway 400 last week. Police say

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Facebook is ‘spying’ on you: Separating fact from rumour

Two friends are sitting in a coffee shop, discussing what they might wear to an upcoming holiday party. One of the women mentions that

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NBA scores: Harden scores career-high 56 points as Rockets defeat Jazz

HOUSTON — James Harden scored a career-high 56 points and added 13 assists in just 35 minutes to lead the Houston Rockets to a

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Casings found in Marlborough during investigation into reports of gunshots

The Calgary Police Service is investigating reports of afternoon gunshots in the city’s northeast. At approximately 5:30 p.m., officers responded to the 700 block

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Men charged following break-in at residence under construction

Two men are charged with theft and break and enter after OPP responded to a tip of a break-in. OPP got a call around

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