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Canada must act now to save its steel-making industry

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Toronto labour dispute highlights need for accountability in the non-profit sector

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A struggle that began a year and a half ago in Toronto's Jane and Finch neighbourhood has finally reached a bittersweet resolution.

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| December 17, 2015

A victory for the Métis or a victory over the Métis?

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Choosing a green future: Notes from the renewables transition

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With solar panels going up our roof on an unseasonably warm December day, and world leaders at the Paris climate summit, it seems appropriate to make a few observations about the transition to a 100 per cent renewable world.

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New agriculture, local food and co-ops in Ontario's North

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The Bring Food Home Conference in Sudbury Ontario this November was an opportunity for hundreds of food, farm, fish and traditional foods practitioners and advocates from across the province to share and learn in a three-day gathering of workshops, panels and tours. The excitement in the north around local food shone through in session after session.

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| November 27, 2015
November 13, 2015 |
Teacher and occasional teacher members of ETFO have voted to ratify the central agreement reached with the Ontario Public School Boards' Association and the government.
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| November 2, 2015
November 2, 2015 |
While the sale of Hydro One will cost Ontario hundreds of millions of dollars a year, it will give the Liberal government funds to use for pre-election spending announcements in 2018.
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