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Ontario’s public elementary and secondary teachers are upping the pressure on the provincial government. TORONTO STAR

The $1.1 million paid out so far is shared by 13 renewable energy firms but hundreds of companies are still to apply and the government agency that handles...

Re/Max report says a strong local economy will help Toronto prices continue to grow faster than the national average. TORONTO STAR

The water distribution system on Oneida territory — operated by the community with regulatory oversight from Indigenous Services Canada — has failed to meet provincial standards dating back...

While visible minorities make up 46 per cent of the Toronto region’s workforce, they account for more than 63 per cent of the working poor, Metcalf Foundation report...

The alleged assaults occurred over a period of four days. TORONTO STAR

Phialdelphia big man Embiid held scoreless for the first time in his career. TORONTO STAR

‘Inhuman’ level of construction in Yonge-Eglinton area creating a nightmare for pedestrians, meeting told. TORONTO STAR

Despite a landslide victory for pro-democracy supporters in Hong Kong, experts say fight is far from over. Election watchers say the vote will be a key factor in...

Leafs centre hopes changes, including his return to the front of the net, will lead to better things. TORONTO STAR

After Scheer let go two of his top aides on the weekend, the contract for Hamish Marshall, Conservative campaign manager for 2019, has expired and there is no...

The Ward 22 (Scarborough-Agincourt) representative won a court bid to be reinstated after he was removed from office for violating a campaign spending rule. TORONTO STAR

Three women and three men are now vying to lead the moribund party back from the political wilderness. TORONTO STAR

Board flooded with complaints after vice-chair Michael Del Grande tried to add lengthy list of sexual behaviours to the board’s code of conduct, ranging from criminal to bizarre:...

Report shows $10.3-billion impact last year, as accommodation, food sector beats out growth in tech, finance and manufacturing. TORONTO STAR

Social media users are questioning whether the premier’s popularity may be waning after the crowd’s mixed reaction to Jason Kenney’s introduction on Sunday’s football game in Calgary.

The Nanos poll also found that three in five of those surveyed believe that education is a good investment of public dollars — moreso than tackling Ontario’s deficit.

Police says they don’t know if the two incidents are connected. TORONTO STAR

In a new Star Business Journal series, we ask people in Toronto and the GTA to record everything they buy in a week. Then, after financial advice from...

In a new Smart Money series, we ask people in Toronto and the GTA to record everything they buy in a week. Then, after financial advice from a...