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Sanctuary City: Toronto’s signal to Ottawa and Queen’s Park

Sanctuary City: Toronto’s signal to Ottawa and Queen’s Park

Reasonable accommodation at York is not a slippery slope

Reasonable accommodation at York is not a slippery slope

WorldPride to host human rights conference | Daily Xtra

WorldPride to host human rights conference | Daily Xtra

Ontario barbers forced to learn women's styling techniques

Ontario barbers forced to learn women's styling techniques

Barbers in Ontario are facing the prospect of being forced back to school to learn how to do things like highlights and perms, some of them after decades of experience cutting men's hair.

Aboriginal people in Toronto may face premature death: study

Aboriginal people in Toronto may face premature death: study

The average age of death for Torontonians is 75 but according to a new study, that number is much lower for some of the city’s aboriginal population.

Toronto couple Harold and Nancy Kleinberg met at a concentration camp during the holocaust, when Nancy saved his life. The two later found each other again in Toronto after the war, married, had four children, nearly a dozen grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.

Couple met in Nazi death camp, reunited in Toronto

Toronto couple Harold and Nancy Kleinberg met at a concentration camp during the holocaust, when Nancy saved his life. The two later found each other again in Toronto after the war, married, had four children, nearly a dozen grandchildren, and two great grandchildren.

Revellers celebrate Sikh new year

Revellers celebrate Sikh new year

Toronto photographer to document LGBT lives in Russia

Toronto photographer to document LGBT lives in Russia

In 2007, at the request of the Dalai Lama, the Harper government agreed to resettle 1,000 displaced Tibetans from rural northeastern India. In April 2014, a family is reunited in Ottawa.

In 2007, at the request of the Dalai Lama, the Harper government agreed to resettle 1,000 displaced Tibetans from rural northeastern India. In April 2014, a family is reunited in Ottawa.

Mountain biking non-profit looking for new home

Mountain biking non-profit looking for new home

A non-profit organization that provides mountain bike outings and environmental education for underprivileged children says they are facing an uphill battle to stay afloat since the death of one of their co-founders.

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