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'We were poisoned before': Ontario First Nations voice concerns over mining claims

'We were poisoned before': Ontario First Nations voice concerns over mining claims

Four First Nations in northern Ontario are calling on the province to address their concerns about mining exploration companies intruding on their lands, saying the current "free entry" system should be abolished.
Action needed as inmate deaths rise, Ontario report says

Action needed as inmate deaths rise, Ontario report says

TORONTO — Urgent action is needed to fix systemic issues in Ontario's correctional facilities, an expert panel with the chief coroner's office said as it found the number of inmates who died in custody had almost doubled in recent years.
Veteran 'keeper Sean Johnson happy to land in Toronto — and break bread with Drake

Veteran 'keeper Sean Johnson happy to land in Toronto — and break bread with Drake

TORONTO — Sean Johnson has yet to start a game for Toronto FC, but he has already got a taste of the city's star power.

Former CBC journalist known for radio docs dies after random assault in Toronto

A longtime former CBC producer who travelled the world to create radio documentaries has died after a random daytime assault in Toronto's east end, the public broadcaster said.
Several CBC shows including 'Schitt's Creek' and 'Heartland' departing Netflix Canada

Several CBC shows including 'Schitt's Creek' and 'Heartland' departing Netflix Canada

TORONTO — Several of CBC's hit television series are set to depart Netflix Canada at the end of February as the public broadcaster looks to bolster its own streaming service CBC Gem.
Pelletier: Solving safe-sport crisis requires buy-in from all levels

Pelletier: Solving safe-sport crisis requires buy-in from all levels

TORONTO — Sports are rife with stories of coaches facing allegations of maltreatment from a club or provincial organization, who, under the cover of jurisdictional borders, move to another club, province or even another sport, and no-one is the wiser
John Herdman will remain as Canada's men's soccer coach

John Herdman will remain as Canada's men's soccer coach

TORONTO (AP) — John Herdman says he will remain as Canada's men's soccer coach. The 47-year-old Briton coached Canada in its first men's World Cup appearance since 1986.
Maple Leafs happy to be on Pendrith's golf bag as Canadian partners with Arnett

Maple Leafs happy to be on Pendrith's golf bag as Canadian partners with Arnett

TORONTO — Will Arnett and Taylor Pendrith love the Toronto Maple Leafs. And the Maple Leafs? They love them right back. Pendrith, a PGA Tour player from nearby Richmond Hill, Ont.
Goalie Ilya Samsonov expected to start for Maple Leafs against Bruins

Goalie Ilya Samsonov expected to start for Maple Leafs against Bruins

TORONTO — Goaltender Ilya Samsonov is expected to start for the Toronto Maple Leafs when they host the Boston Bruins on Wednesday night. It will be Samsonov's eighth consecutive game in net for the Maple Leafs.
Danish club says Norwegian international centre back Sigurd Rosted headed to Toronto

Danish club says Norwegian international centre back Sigurd Rosted headed to Toronto

TORONTO — Denmark's Brondby IF says Norwegian international defender Sigurd Rosted is headed to Toronto FC.
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