Picket lines will be set up around the downtown, Mississauga and Scarborough campuses.
The Coroner Office and the Ministry of Labour will be investigating the incident.
The report is based on data from annual province-wide test results in literacy and numeracy.
In Toronto, it was the first February in 75 years where the temperature did not climb above the freezing mark.
It's the third time in three years that such an incident has happened at Furniture Bank. (1)
Police say the two unidentified men were pronounced dead at the scene.
An $8 increase in the price of a Metropass caused some to head to social media and share their frustration. (5)
It happened in On the Rox on Steeles Avenue West, near Dufferin Street, around 2 a.m.
Children up to the age of 12 will now ride for free. (1)
New businesses trying to get into medical marijuana production are having a tough time financing their ventures. (1)
Thousands gathered in Moscow on Sunday for a march in memory of murdered Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov.
It’s alleged a group of armed thieves was responsible for two robberies on Saturday night.
Months of searches have failed to turn up any trace.
Officials said flights arriving into Pearson were held for a short period of time.
One male was shot in the arm and another male was shot in the leg.
A toxic insecticide thought to be aluminum phosphide was brought back from Pakistan by a northern Alberta family. (3)
Elijah Marsh died after he wandered out of his grandmother's apartment building in the middle of the night.
It happened early Saturday morning on Peter Street, near Adelaide.
It happened around 3 a.m. Saturday near Danforth and Coxwell avenues.
Students and teaching assistants flocked to Twitter to discuss the strike action.
Picket lines are expected to start first thing Monday morning. (5)
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