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Safety advocates stage ‘die-in’ outside Toronto City Hall to push for change | Watch News Videos Online

March 26 2018 7:07pm Mon, Mar 26: Safety advocates are looking to send a message to Toronto city council by staging a die-in at Nathan Phillips Square. Shallima Maharaj reports. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection ); } }; // don’t do on IE, doesn’t work yet if (…

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Porch Pirates: Your delivery is easy to steal | Watch News Videos Online

March 26 2018 7:07pm Mon, Mar 26: Retailers promise fast home delivery and easy returns. But as more Canadians buy goods online, more thieves are finding a way to snag those packages from your door. Sean O’Shea reports. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection ); } }; // don’t…

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Making a Difference – Toronto man, 90, still going strong and inspires others through the art of photography | Watch News Videos Online

Mon, Mar 26: At 90, Jack Gilbert shows no signs of slowing down. He spent his working life as a corporate, securities and business lawyer yet his real passion for photography is deeply rooted born into a family of photographers. Susan Hay has the story. Powered by WPeMatico

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2 men accused of vicious beating of man with autism appear in Brampton court | Watch News Videos Online

March 26 2018 7:00pm Mon, Mar 26: The second suspect turned himself into Peel Regional Police early Monday morning. Catherine McDonald has more from the Brampton courthouse. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection ); } }; // don’t do on IE, doesn’t work yet if ( !gNews.Common.isIE && !gNews.Common.isTrident…

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Toronto ice cream shop ‘Sweet Jesus’ under fire for name | Watch News Videos Online

Mon, Mar 26: An online petition to change the name of the “Sweet Jesus” ice cream shop calls the branding both blasphemous and offensive to Christians. But as Jamie Mauracher reports, the founders say the name is all in good fun and it isn’t going anywhere. Powered by WPeMatico

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Call for action following alleged hate crimes at 3 Mississauga mosques | Watch News Videos Online

March 26 2018 6:56pm Mon, Mar 26: Multi-faith leaders are calling for stronger laws around the promotion of online hate and beefed up security around area mosques in the wake of a disturbing video depicting incidents in Mississauga last week. Caryn Lieberman reports. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection…

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90-year-old Toronto man uses his photography to inspire others

When you walk into Jack Gilbert’s home, you feel like you’re walking into an art gallery. “I fell in love with photography, perhaps, 85 years ago,” Gilbert said. “The reason for that is my dad was a photographer. He came to Canada in 1922, opened up a photography studio and that studio still continues to this day under my brother, Al Gilbert, who’s 95. I happen to be 90.” Story continues below Gilbert has spent his working life as…

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Global Durham | Watch News Videos Online

March 26 2018 5:56pm Global Durham newscast for Monday, March 26, 2018. Hosted by Crystal Goomansingh. ‘ }); } else { var rel_id = svp.releaseInfo.contentId+””; if( typeof gnca_social_share_collection ); } }; // don’t do on IE, doesn’t work yet if ( !gNews.Common.isIE && !gNews.Common.isTrident && gNews.Common.isFlash ) { var gnca_videoShareCallbackInterval = window.setInterval( function() { //console.log(‘…

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Ontario energy minister Glenn Thibeault downplays dispute between auditor, electricity operator

TORONTO – The bad blood between the Ontario government and auditor general bubbled to the surface once again Monday, with the Liberal energy minister downplaying a dispute between the auditor and the Crown corporation that manages the province’s electricity market. Story continues below Glenn Thibeault said concerns raised by auditor general Bonnie Lysyk during testimony before a legislative committee last week aren’t new and the practices being used by the Independent Electricity System Operator are commonly endorsed by major…

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2-month tenant strike expected to end after Toronto landlord drops bid to raise rents

TORONTO – A two-month rent strike at a west Toronto highrise is expected to end after a landlord abandoned a bid to raise tenants’ rents by more than double the amount recommended by the government. Story continues below Property management firm Nuspor Investments issued a letter to tenants of a 189-unit building in Toronto’s rapidly gentrifying Parkdale neighbourhood on Monday, saying it had decided to withdraw its application to Ontario’s Landlord and Tenant Board for the special increase. “I’m…

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