New infrastructure for George Brown College

George Brown College

Canadians will be better equipped for the well-paying middle-class jobs of today and tomorrow as a result of a $15.61M investment in George Brown College. This joint federal-provincial investment was announced Jan. 23, 2017 by Adam Vaughan, Member of Parliament for ...

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Pride TO outlines the BLM vs. cops situation

On July 3, 2016, while participating in the Toronto Pride Parade, the organization Black Lives Matter (BLM) held an unexpected sit-in, effectively preventing and blocking the internationally-recognized celebration from continuing, which happened to also be the first time Canada’s Prime ...

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Toronto, the Gardiner tolls for thee

On December 13, 2016, Toronto City Council voted 32-9 (after a 12-hour debate) to explore a plan for tolls on highways that enter metropolitan Toronto. This includes the Gardiner Expressway which bisects the city west/east along the lake and the ...

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Committee seeks home for refugee family

Bob Neighbour— Readers of The Bulletin and St. James parishioners who raised money to bring Syrian refugees to Toronto have a brand new problem. Where are they going to put them? Local volunteers have raised over $100,000 to sponsor two ...

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