328,000 Students Affected by Strike in Ontario

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By Summun Jafri Public elementary school teachers across Ontario have been rotating in a series of one-day strikes this week. On Tuesday staff in Toronto, Durham, Peel, Waterloo, among other districts, walked off the job. In total 35,000 teachers are taking part in the strike, which is expected to affect […]

Rob Ford: Mayor No More

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This frosty Monday morning has already shaped up to be one Torontonians won’t soon forget. The verdict from Justice Charles Hackland ruled that Ford breached the Municipal Conflict of Interest Act when he did not abstain from voting in the decision to not return the wrongfully solicited $3, 150 dollars […]

Black Friday

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Black Friday is the day to shop, but this year with so much demand for so many products, many stores are opening their doors at 8pm tonight. Walmart and Sears customers will be able to start shopping the deals tonight at as early as 8pm. Target will be open at […]

Remembering Bal Thackeray

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By Summun Jafri The founder of Indian political organization Shiv Sena has passed away at 86 years old. Bal Thackeray began his career as a political cartoonist for publications such as The Times of India. In 1966 he formed Shiv Sena, where one of his main agendas was to fight […]