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In the news this Saturday morning: daycare waitlist fees, Zara managers discriminating against an employee, and the Canadian Mental Health Association's response to the Andrew Loku shooting.
News this morning: Rogers is extending its low-cost internet service for low-income Ontario residents, food insecurity is widespread in Toronto, and the Toronto Zoo gets back its accreditation.
In the news: doctor charged in alleged fentanyl trafficking ring, council to study Mississauga-Peel separation proposal, and two teens arrested after violent attack.
In the news: BLM co-founder under fire for alleged racist remarks, Jays lose after falling ill to controversial "no-slide" review, and your children are not walking enough.
In the news: parents to address changes in Ontario's Autism Program, special constables charged in issuing false tickets to appear in court, and the Jays beat the Tampa Bays.
This snowy morning's headlines: ranked ballots may be coming to Ontario, Kathleen Wynne promises to meet with the other party leaders about political fundraising, a dramatic shift is underway for Mississauga's transit system, and The Weeknd takes the Junos by storm.
The news this morning: OSAP is overpaying students and the repayments are taking some of them out of their programs, having Rob Ford lie in repose at City Hall cost the City nearly $20,000, Black Lives Matter held a protest outside the premier's house, and it calls for the release of the name of the officer who killed Andrew Loku.
This post isn't an April Fool's joke (promise). Here's the news: tracking homeless people's deaths, a new Ryerson University president, sexist camps get revamped, and a couple new express bus routes.
In the news: Yorkdale Mall rakes in the dough, Mississauga park to be renamed, and Scarborough councillor diagnosed with cancer.
In the news: Rob Ford will be laid to rest, Airbnb rental causes havoc, and Toronto's dancing barista busts another move.
In the news: 2,500 pay their respects to Ford, Snapchat buys Bitstrips, and longtime CFRB radio host passes away.
Good morning one and all. In the news today: a Toronto resident and Canadian citizen was held in the Rexdale immigration detention centre for over a month, 10,000 households in the province are still without power after last week's ice storm, Rob Ford's body is in City Hall, and what to do about the Gardiner.
In the news this weekend: protesters delivered a lawsuit to Toronto police, activists and police are upset with new carding regulations, and former TDSB chair Donna Quan took home nearly $600,000 last year.
In the news: Rob Ford to lie in repose at City Hall, Afrofest will go on, and video taken down due to threats.
In the news: Police launch fentanyl awareness campaign, Bas Balkissoon resigns from his seat, and childcare worker charged in sexual assault of a six-year-old child.
In the news: BLM protest clash with Toronto police, unattended luggage causes campus-wide evacuation, and longtime CBC journalist passes away.
In the news this morning: using courts to compel kids to go to school, Earth Hour, and a new kind of restaurant.
Happy Saturday, all. In the news: TTC ridership is four million below expectations after two months, business owners are supportive of the potential Queen West-area supervised injection site, and no charges for the police officer who shot and killed Andrew Loku last summer.