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Rob Ford guilty of conflict of interest, ordered removed from office

Mr. Justice Hackland issues his ruling today, ordered Rob Ford removed as Mayor of Toronto.

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Six Nations protest in Toronto for education funding and supplies

Protest outside Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada.
Protest outside Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada in Toronto Thursday. (Photo: John Bonnar)

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Toronto Palestine Film Festival starts this weekend

Photo: Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF)
This Saturday is opening night for the annual Toronto Palestine Film Festival (TPFF).

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Toronto's cycling community protests Michael Bryant's book launch

Over 50 members of cycling community gathered Wednesday.
Over 50 members of cycling community gathered outside the Toronto Reference Library on Wednesday to protest the launch of Bryant’s book, 28 Seconds: A True Story of Addiction, Tragedy and Hope.

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Toronto protests Russia's imprisonment of Pussy Riot

An unidentified woman voiced her opinion at Friday's demonstration.
An unidentified woman voiced her opinion at Friday's demonstration in Toronto protesting Russia's imprisonment of Pussy Riot.

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Homeless death toll continues to climb in Toronto

Mourners observe a moment of silence at Tuesday's homeless memorial vigil.
Mourners observe a moment of silence at Tuesday's homeless memorial vigil in Toronto. (Photo: John Bonnar)

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The importance of QuAIA's win at the Toronto Pride Parade

B'nai Brith tried to stonewall Queers Against Israeli Apartheid (QuAIA) from marching in the Toronto Pride Parade. This effort by the 'thought police' failed.

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Award-winning artist Kim Crosby talks about anti-racism and SlutWalk

This year's SlutWalk Toronto continued an ongoing discussion. Muna Mire interviewed artist Kim Crosby about anti-racism and SlutWalk.

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There's blood on those dividends: Protest targets Barrick Gold meeting

A line of police looked on as activists denounced Barrick Gold. (Photo: John Bonnar)
A line of police looked on yesterday as activists protested Barrick Gold's Annual Shareholders' Meeting.

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Images from anti-austerity rally in Toronto

Photo: Krystalline Kraus
Friday's rally in Toronto was organized as a pre-budget showdown in response to the Drummond report.

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