2017 Ontario 150 Tour begins here July 1

From July 1st to August 13th, the ONTARIO 150 Tour will travel to six Ontario ports, making its debut on Canada Day weekend in Toronto at the Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by the Island airport and continuing on to Owen Sound, Sault Ste. Marie, Midland, Amherstburg and finishing in Brockville. A summer of waterfront entertainment will celebrate Canada’s 150th anniversary ...

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Toronto founds public poverty advisory group

Twenty Torontonians will use their first-hand experience with the conditions and impacts of living with poverty to inform the development, implementation and monitoring of the city’s anti-poverty initiatives. More than 350 residents applied to be part of the Lived Experience ...

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Creators of renewed Broadview Hotel are praised

In a ceremony held in the Legislative Building at Queen’s Park, Ontario Heritage Trust presented Andrew Pruss, Principal of ERA Architects, Les Mallins, President of Streetcar and the project team responsible for the revitalization of The Broadview Hotel with the ...

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Kids compete in ‘lit quiz’ on Feb. 6

On Feb. 6, students from TDSB schools will be competing in the “Sport of Reading.” Students from 85 schools across the GTA will gather at 10 a.m. at Ryerson University’s Mattamy Athletic Centre (50 Carlton St. at Church) where Kids’ ...

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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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