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Catholic Parents Fight Separate System to Maintain Moral Teaching

Catholic Parents Fight Separate System to Maintain Moral Teaching

In 2007, the Ministry of Education under openly lesbian Minister Kathleen Wynne created, with the help of gay lobby groups and activists such as EGALE Canada and Chris D’Souza, a Catholic equity trainer who supports same-sex ‘marriage’ and once said that those who do not agree with recognizing sexual orientation as a prohibited ground for […]

John Parker Apologizes for His Inappropriate Message on Tweeter

John Parker Apologizes for His Inappropriate Message on Tweeter

TORONTO City Councillor John Parker has apologized for writing a message on Twitter about meeting "hot chicks" in an exclusive interview with CP24's Nathan Downer on Tuesday. Parker, who represents Ward 26 Don Valley West, created a rouse when he tweeted the message Monday after he attended the unveiling of eight new heritage plaques. The […]

Civil Liberties in Toronto's Streets

Civil Liberties in Toronto's Streets

THE protests in Toronto during the G20 summit weekend led to the arrests of about 900 people, a Canadian record. The Toronto Police Service and the federal Integrated Security Unit defend the police actions, as do Toronto's mayor and the head of its police services board. Human rights groups like the Canadian Civil Liberties Association […]

G20 Protest Violence: 150 Arrests, Tear gases, Windows Broken, Cars Burnt

G20 Protest Violence: 150 Arrests, Tear gases, Windows Broken, Cars Burnt

AT least 150 people were arrested as violence broke out after thousands of anti-G20 protesters marched through downtown Toronto on Saturday, prompting police to use tear gas in the city for the first time. “I am profoundly disappointed in the criminal acts which have taken place,” Toronto police Chief Bill Blair told reporters. "We have […]

G-20 Summit: Guidelines for Residents and Businesses of Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina, the Venue of G-20 Summit

G-20 Summit: Guidelines for Residents and Businesses of Ward 20 Trinity-Spadina, the Venue of G-20 Summit

Councillor Adam Vaughan's Letter to the Residents Dear Residents and Businesses of Ward 20, The summit is here and the city is prepared as best it can to host the event. Over the last two months my office has been sending security updates, holding town halls and advocating on behalf of residents, small business and […]

The Murder Case of Aqsa Parvez

The Murder Case of Aqsa Parvez

As Reported in Mississauga.com 16-year-old Aqsa Parvez was murdered  by her father and brother. By LOUIE ROSELLA IN some ways, Aqsa Parvez became what many girls her age dream of — the most popular teen in school, famous around the globe and the talk of national and international media including broadcast heavyweights CNN and BBC. […]

Centennial College Brings Islamic Finance Course to Toronto

Centennial College Brings Islamic Finance Course to Toronto

CENTENNIAL COLLEGE THE London-based Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) has accredited Centennial College’s School of Business as its first training provider in Canada. The college will offer a course in the CISI’s groundbreaking Islamic Finance Qualification (IFQ). This is the first international benchmark in the area of Islamic finance. “We’re absolutely delighted to […]

Ryerson University to Crack Down on Racism, Says Report

Ryerson University to Crack Down on Racism, Says Report

A 107-PAGE report to be released today calls on Ryerson University in Toronto to do more to eliminate racism. The report, commissioned by the university, follows a year-long probe that heard some visible minority students say they feel harassed. Some students also complained about professors who don't always deal with offensive comments made in class […]

TTC to Investigate 'Sleeping' Fare Collector

TTC to Investigate 'Sleeping' Fare Collector

A TTC fare collector is apparently caught napping at McCowan station on Tuesday. (Jason Wieler). A HASTILY snapped picture of a TTC fare collector apparently sleeping on the job, his jaw hanging open, will become the focus of an internal investigation by the Toronto transit authority. Toronto resident Jason Wieler took the photo of the fare collector at McCowan station just before 10 p.m. on Jan. 19, but said it took him a while to get around to posting it on Twitpic.

Toronto Mayoral Campaign Begins

Toronto Mayoral Campaign Begins

TORONTO's race for mayor has started in earnest as George Smitherman and Rocco Rossi took the first steps toward making a run at the city's top job

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