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Watch 7 cities grow and sprawl in seconds

Thanks to Google, we can compress decades of city growth and sprawl into seconds. Watch seven different cities take on their growth via my Popular Mechanics post here.

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18 pedestrians struck, 1 killed on one single day in Toronto

Toronto Police responded to more than 90 injury collisions and 18 involving pedestrians on Thursday.

While it was a rainy, wet day in Toronto, Const. … 306 more words

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Toronto school bus strike averted after late night negotiation

The announcement that a school bus strike has been averted in Toronto is being seen as “happy news” by the Toronto District School Board.

“As nearly 2,500 TDSB students could have been impacted by this possible strike,” said Ryan Bird, a spokesman of the Toronto District School Board. 393 more words

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'Smoke alarms need to be replaced', Toronto Fire Services Chief says

Many Ontario residents are unaware that the smoke alarms  in their homes have an expiration date, an official with Toronto Fire tells Humber News. 495 more words

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Spin cycle: Humber students raise awareness- and money

By Persis Abraham and Shaunte Sterling

Humber College held its 7th annual United Way Spinathon in the athletic centre.

It happened from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. 49 more words

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Teaching with a robot

Learn how a robot can help teach anything from science to English via my feature on the Sphero technology for The 74 Million. The link is here.

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Meet the New Boss

(Original edit of article for Taxi magazine).

Meet the New Boss

I was surprised by the recent Employment Tribunal ruling that Uber drivers aren’t self-employed mini-cab drivers, but employees of a foreign tech company. 839 more words

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