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Toronto to deploy herd of goats to manage invasive plants at east-end meadow

The City of Toronto is looking to the power of the goat to address woody and invasive plant species at one east-end green space.  On June 25 and 26, a specialized “eco-herd” will be deployed to Don Valley Brick Works Park (DVBP) for a pilot project where they'll undertake some intensive grazing on about half of its meadow. Called prescribed...

Mon Jun 24, 2024 06:32
Man critical after being struck by driver of Brampton transit bus: police

A man was rushed to the hospital with life-threatening injuries after being struck by the driver of a transit bus in Brampton on Sunday evening, say police. The collision happened near Steeles and McMurchy avenues. Peel Regional Police (PRP) said that they were called to the area at 6:20 p.m. The bus driver remained at the scene. In...

Mon Jun 24, 2024 03:32
Eyes pinned to Toronto byelection as safe Liberal seat teeters under Trudeau

Leslie Church seemed to know exactly what was coming as she sat down for an interview in a Toronto park Friday, three days before the byelection that could complete her journey from longtime political staffer to Liberal member of Parliament. Seated on a bench under a small shelter a few blocks from her campaign office, Church braced herself and...

Mon Jun 24, 2024 02:33
Vehicle driven by Ontario woman wanted for abducting 3 sons found in Saskatchewan

Police in Saskatchewan have recovered a vehicle they believe was used by an Ontario woman to abduct her three children last week. Late last year, 55-year-old Astrid Sciller, of Clarington, Ont., disappeared with her three sons, Leon, 12, Christopher, 11, and nine-year-old Thomas. In late January, Durham Regional Police Service (DRPS) issued...

Mon Jun 24, 2024 01:34
Unifor announces strike action against Bombardier

Canadian workers' union Unifor said on Sunday that 1,350 of its members are on strike at jet-maker Bombardier's facilities after the two sides were unable to reach a tentative agreement before the Saturday deadline. The union's bargaining committee members are working towards an agreement and both parties remain committed to continuing the bargaining...

Mon Jun 24, 2024 00:34
Group rallies to save Ontario Science Centre

Politicians, advocates and community members are trying to save the Ontario Science Centre from permanently closing.  The group met in Toronto Sunday afternoon, two days after the Ford government announced the permanent closure of the site due to structural issues. The effort is being led by the grassroots organization Save Ontario’s Science...

Sun Jun 23, 2024 23:35

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