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Opioids spark emergency health meeting to address addiction

By Sargon Jajjo

Provincial and federal health ministers met in Ottawa on Friday urging government to react to the rising and fatal use of opioids in Canada. 250 more words

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Black Friday: Canadian consumers hunt for the deals

By Sargon Jajjo

Shoppers across the GTA are reaping the benefits of Black Friday north of the border.

Many shoppers had been waiting outside for hours before stores opened, forcing them to shop until they dropped. 340 more words

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Evernight Publishing's Readers' Choice Award: Final Voting

First I’d like to thank all the readers out there that voted for Cuffed & Collared. I’ve made the cut in the suspense category. Thank you, wonderful readers, for the nomination. 100 more words

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Latest Release: Dark & Dirty Anthology

I’m late and I certainly didn’t mean to but a death of a close friend of the family has my brain in power down mode. Regardless, I have to say working with these ladies was splendid and I surely thank them for dealing with my wishy-washy methods and pantster disease. 771 more words

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Ontario by-elections come amid low ratings for Wynne Liberals

By: Sargon Jajjo

Desire for change may play a critical factor in two provincial by-elections being held Thursday in Ontario

The by-elections will be held in Ottawa-Vanier, traditionally a seat the Liberal government controls. 354 more words

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Remembrance Day: Moment of silence at Humber

By: Sargon Jajjo

Hundreds staff, students and community members gathered at Humber’s North Campus concourse to honour members of the military on Remembrance Day.

The event, hosted byHumber journalism professor Carey French, included the playing of the national anthem, the reading of Flanders Field, and several bagpipe players. 337 more words

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CSIS found of secretly collecting data for over a decade, Federal Courts say

By Sargon Jajjo

Canada’s Federal Court has announced Canada’s internet watchdog has illegally and secretly been collecting data for almost a decade.

Justice Simon Noel, in a released statement, said CSIS had furtively been storing metadata on private communications since 2006. 317 more words

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