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Several Ontario Teachers Have Been Charged For Sexually Assaulting Students This Year

A series of sexual assault cases involving Ontario school teachers has hit the province recently. Toronto Police Services A number of teachers in Ontario faced charges of sexual assault this year in incidents involving students. Three different cases of teacher-student sexual assault in Ontario have made it to the mainstream media over …

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Ontario Announces New Speed Limits On 400-Series Highways

Ontario’s major highways are about to see speed limits go up. Rzocky2803 | Dreamstime Ontario’s 400-series highways are expected to see a speed limit increase. The plans are set to be announced by the Ontario government today. Details on the pilot project, which will review the Ontario 400-series highway speed limit thoroughly, …

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Police seize $17M in drugs from ‘large-scale’ Ontario trafficking ring

Organized Crime Enforcement Drug Squad Inspector Don Belanger, seized drugs, cash/Toronto Police A major drug bust that spanned four southern Ontario cities has led to the seizure of $17 million in drugs, over $300,000 in cash, and the arrest of eight people, police say. Dubbed Project Dos, the investigation probed a “high-level” …

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Warning Of A Massive Tick Infestation In Canada

Ticks are becoming a HUGE problem in Canada. As the weather warms up in Canada we’re going to start seeing a lot more bugs and some of them can be pretty dangerous. One of the worst bugs is ticks, which can spread Lyme disease to both humans and animals. Unfortunately, ticks are …

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Ontario Cut Toronto’s Tourism Funding And Torontonians Are Convinced Doug Ford Hates Them

Twitter users are convinced that Ford hates Toronto. fordnationdougford | instagram.com Dennis Jarvis | flickr.com Yesterday, it was announced that Ford’s Ontario government would be eliminating tourism funding in the two biggest cities in Ontario, Toronto, and Ottawa. This announcement confirmed that $13 million of tourism funding would be cut from the province. …

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Scabies Outbreaks Are Hitting Canadian Hospitals With Cases In At Least 2 Different Provinces

Symptoms last for several weeks. Mike2focus | Dreamstime.com When you hear the term scabies you may have flashbacks to your high school health classes when you learned that scabies is a really unfortunate sexually transmitted illness (STI). Turns out sexual contact is only one of the ways you can contract …

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32 Year-Old Canadian Killer Found Guilty In “Horror-Movie” Murder Of Indigenous Woman

Brett Overby was convicted of second degree murder on May 8, 2019. Dave Shaver | Flickr.com Warning: This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers. Every once in a while, you hear about a story that chills you to the bone. On May 8, 2019, …

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Your Old Canadian $1 Bills May Now Be Worth $7,000

In Canada, when the old $1 bills were discontinued in 1989, some people held onto them hoping they would be worth a lot of money some day. Well the good news is that those people may not have been so crazy, old $1 bills CAN be worth a lot of money. …

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Ontario Cut Toronto’s Tourism Funding And Torontonians Are Convinced Doug Ford Hates Them

 Yesterday, it was announced that Ford’s Ontario government would be eliminating tourism funding in the two biggest cities in Ontario, Toronto, and Ottawa. This announcement confirmed that $13 million of tourism funding would be cut from the province. Since this announcement, Torontonians are now convinced that Ford hates them and the city …

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Three youths reported missing over the weekend in Toronto

Toronto Police have reported several missing youths over the past weekend. Initially, four were reported missing in different cases, but on Monday morning police reported one had been safely located. Three still remain missing. Eleven-year-old Grant Seraphin was last seen on Saturday, May 4 at approximately 9:55 am, in the Clearview …

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