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Ontario College of Teachers names 28 teachers whose licences have been revoked for sexual misconduct

Sexually charged text messages, viewing child pornography and touching female students during gym class — in years gone by these resulted in a suspension by Ontario’s teacher regulator and an order that the teacher take boundary counselling. Sometimes, the teacher was transferred to another school.… Read More »Ontario College of Teachers names 28 teachers whose licences have been revoked for sexual misconduct

The RCMP now has a ‘cultural humility’ training course. We asked four experts to review it for us

A mandatory online training course called “Cultural Awareness and Humility” that was rolled out last fall for all RCMP members and touted by the commissioner as an example of the force’s efforts to modernize misses the mark on many levels, according to experts who have… Read More »The RCMP now has a ‘cultural humility’ training course. We asked four experts to review it for us

How a massive ‘dumb money’ movement sent GameStop’s stock price soaring and cost Wall Street millions

Jess Carignan is a flight dispatcher from Quebec City. Justin Niklaus runs a family bakery in Owen Sound. David Halpert publishes a cannabis magazine in North Toronto. This week, they were among the millions of amateur investors who took part in a trading frenzy that… Read More »How a massive ‘dumb money’ movement sent GameStop’s stock price soaring and cost Wall Street millions

Metrolinx knew Hamilton LRT would cost far more than $1 billion years before it was cancelled, auditor general says

Three years before Premier Doug Ford’s government cancelled the Hamilton LRT over what it described as skyrocketing costs, Metrolinx and the Ministry of Transportation knew the project would be significantly more expensive than the $1 billion public estimate, according to Ontario Auditor General Bonnie Lysyk.… Read More »Metrolinx knew Hamilton LRT would cost far more than $1 billion years before it was cancelled, auditor general says

This 29-year-old was making $80,000 a year in sales but quit to deal with her mental health. Now, relying on $1,800 in EI, she’s wondering how to restart

Millennial Money is a weekly submission-based series that provides financial advice to millennials in the GTA. Read the full series here. For 29-year-old Josslyn, the COVID-19 pandemic has been an added challenge to a series of obstacles she’s faced over the past few years. Three… Read More »This 29-year-old was making $80,000 a year in sales but quit to deal with her mental health. Now, relying on $1,800 in EI, she’s wondering how to restart