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Pro-Palestinian protesters to present counter offer to U of T administration

Pro-Palestinian protesters to present counter offer to U of T administration

TORONTO — Pro-Palestinian demonstrators who have been camped out at the University of Toronto for weeks planned to present a counter-offer to school administrators on Sunday, hours before a deadline university officials have set for clearing the enca
Police investigate shots fired at Jewish elementary school early Saturday

Police investigate shots fired at Jewish elementary school early Saturday

TORONTO — Toronto police say two suspects fired gunshots at a Jewish girls school early Saturday morning and damaged the building. Investigators say nobody was injured in the shooting, which happened shortly before 5 a.m.
Ontario reaches land claim settlement with Matachewan First Nation

Ontario reaches land claim settlement with Matachewan First Nation

MATACHEWAN, Ont. — The Ontario government says it has reached a settlement in a treaty land entitlement claim linked to the Matachewan First Nation. Under the settlement, the First Nation located southeast of Timmins, Ont.
York Region Police seek witnesses after Richmond Hill theatre shootings

York Region Police seek witnesses after Richmond Hill theatre shootings

RICHMOND HILL, Ont. — York Regional Police are seeking witnesses after a series of shootings outside a cinema north of Toronto. Police say video surveillance from 2:30 a.m.
U of T encampment trespass notice sets Monday deadline, negotiations set for Sunday

U of T encampment trespass notice sets Monday deadline, negotiations set for Sunday

TORONTO — The University of Toronto issued a trespass notice Friday to a pro-Palestinian encampment on campus, vowing to take "all necessary legal steps" if protesters did not clear out by Monday morning.

Vaping in schools: Ontario’s $30 million for surveillance and security won’t address student needs

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Ford fuels early Ontario election speculation by declining to commit to June 2026

Ford fuels early Ontario election speculation by declining to commit to June 2026

TORONTO — Ontario Premier Doug Ford is fuelling early election speculation by declining multiple times today to commit to sticking to the planned June 2026 date.
Toddler dies after struck by recycling truck in Barrie, Ont.: police

Toddler dies after struck by recycling truck in Barrie, Ont.: police

BARRIE, Ont. — Police say a toddler has died after being struck by a recycling truck in Barrie, Ont. Investigators say the collision took place around 12:45 p.m. Thursday.
U of T says pro-Palestinian camp must end, but won't cut ties with Israeli schools

U of T says pro-Palestinian camp must end, but won't cut ties with Israeli schools

TORONTO — The University of Toronto, where students set up a pro-Palestinian encampment weeks ago, has given protesters 24 hours to consider its offer to end the demonstration.
Waste from mill worsening mercury contamination in river near Grassy Narrows: study

Waste from mill worsening mercury contamination in river near Grassy Narrows: study

Industrial discharge from a paper mill in northern Ontario is exacerbating mercury contamination in a river system near a First Nation that has been plagued with mercury poisoning for decades, a new study suggests.