If the new law is passed, distracted driving will go from $280 to a maximum $1,000 fine and three demerit points. (13)
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The Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority is a non-profit Crown corporation that will report to Ottawa as it manages the project for the New International Trade Crossing .
Israel said Wednesday’s shelling and air strikes on Gaza targeted Islamist militants at dozens of sites across the enclave. The United Nations said one of the places hit was this school it runs in Jabalya where people had taken refuge. The U.N. Relief and Works Agency says 3,000 were sheltering inside. At least 19 were Read the Rest of the Entry (6)
Craig Bawden's family was among 157 passengers who were forced to spend 17 hours on the vessel after it got caught on a mooring cable Monday afternoon. (1)
"I feel absolutely awful about this incident," she said in her letter. The union is asking the TTC to reconsider her firing. (32)
Police have said Markel was the target of a premeditated murder. (11)
Each of the five leading mayoral candidates have made public transit a central election platform. (3)
The Conference Board's latest consumer confidence survey for July shows that optimism is waning or remains at very low levels in most regions.
The Blue Jays are making the most of a favourable schedule coming out of the break, and with four games coming against Astros before things get real, there are still wins out there for them to bank.
With the MLB trade deadline just one day away, Sportsnet has you covered for the latest on Jon Lester and other trade chips. The Giants have released Dan Uggla, clearing a roster spot for future moves.
Forget all that Jon Lester to the Toronto nonsense – it was never real. Don’t hold your breath on Asdrubal Cabrera, either, or any other high-priced short-term rental.
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