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Teen pleads guilty to manslaughter in death of homeless man in downtown Toronto

Teen pleads guilty to manslaughter in death of homeless man in downtown Toronto

TORONTO — One of eight teen girls charged in the death of a homeless man in downtown Toronto pleaded guilty to manslaughter Thursday.
Financial literacy test soon to be requirement for Ontario high school students

Financial literacy test soon to be requirement for Ontario high school students

TORONTO — Ontario students will soon be required to pass a financial literacy test as part of a number of changes coming to the requirements needed to earn a high school diploma.
Fifth teen accused in death of Toronto homeless man expected to plead guilty

Fifth teen accused in death of Toronto homeless man expected to plead guilty

TORONTO — A fifth girl accused in the death of a homeless man in Toronto's downtown core is expected to plead guilty. Court heard the teen is expected to plead guilty to manslaughter on June 24.
Ontario elementary teachers awarded nearly 12 per cent raise in arbitration

Ontario elementary teachers awarded nearly 12 per cent raise in arbitration

TORONTO — An arbitrator has awarded Ontario's elementary teachers a raise of nearly 12 per cent over the course of its four-year deal with the province.
Man charged with first-degree murder two years after woman found dead in house fire

Man charged with first-degree murder two years after woman found dead in house fire

CHATHAM, Ont. — Almost two years after a 22-year-old woman was found dead in a southwestern Ontario house fire, police have charged a man with first-degree murder.
McMaster prof fired over 'exploitative' sexual relations with students: university

McMaster prof fired over 'exploitative' sexual relations with students: university

A McMaster University professor, whose alleged pattern of sexual misconduct with multiple students involved behaviour the university called "unethical, inappropriate and in some instances exploitative," has been fired.
'We're resilient,' principal says after shooting at Jewish girls school in Toronto

'We're resilient,' principal says after shooting at Jewish girls school in Toronto

TORONTO — Students and staff at a Toronto Jewish girls school that was the target of a shooting over the weekend are shaken but undeterred, the principal said Monday as police continue to investigate the incident.
Peel police arrest 16, recover 369 stolen vehicles in auto-theft investigation

Peel police arrest 16, recover 369 stolen vehicles in auto-theft investigation

Police in Peel Region say they've arrested 16 people as part of an auto-theft investigation that has resulted in the recovery of 369 stolen vehicles.
Ontario privacy commissioner probing deleted Greenbelt emails

Ontario privacy commissioner probing deleted Greenbelt emails

TORONTO — Ontario's privacy commissioner says she will publish a special report about the use of non-government emails and deleted messages related to the Greenbelt.
Pro-Palestinian protesters to present counter offer to U of T administration

Pro-Palestinian protesters to present counter offer to U of T administration

TORONTO — Pro-Palestinian demonstrators who have been camped out at the University of Toronto for weeks planned to present a counter-offer to school administrators on Sunday, hours before a deadline university officials have set for clearing the enca