UK reverses tax cut for wealthy after market turmoil
Finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng said the decision to scrap the top rate tax cut had been taken with "some humility and contrition."
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Body found in the trunk of a torched car near Lucien-L'Allier métro
Investigators from the major crimes squad and the arson division have been assigned.
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Gunshot victim shows up at a hospital after shots reported in The Village
Montreal police said the 19-year-old man had been wounded in the foot.
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This election, Toronto’s leaders must commit to removing barriers to build more housing
When our region is unaffordable, businesses struggle to grow and thrive and it may soon be near impossible to attract net new business investment.
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Iran is no stranger to protests. Here’s why the current demonstrations are different — and pose a serious threat to the regime
Initially flowing from outrage over the death of Mahsa Amini, the protests have grown into a larger opposition against Iran’s clerical establishment.
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The housing affordability crisis is not just a municipal issue — this is a national problem, in need of comprehensive solutions
It is fashionable to point at Ontario’s municipal governments, blaming high house prices on slow approval processes. The reality is far more complex.
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U.K. scraps tax cut for wealthy that sparked market turmoil
The British government on Monday dropped plans to cut income tax for top earners, part of a package of unfunded cuts unveiled only days ago that sparked turmoil on financial markets and sent the pound to record lows.
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Swedish scientist awarded Nobel Prize in medicine for work on human evolution
Svante Paabo won the 2022 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for his discoveries 'concerning the genomes of extinct hominins and human evolution.'
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Nobel prize in medicine awarded for research on evolution
This year's Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine has been awarded to Swedish scientist Svante Paabo for his discoveries on human evolution.
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Ontario education workers’ union to issue results of strike vote amid talks with province
Members with the Canadian Union of Public Employees have been voting on a potential strike mandate from Sept. 23 to Oct. 2.
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History Through Our Eyes: Oct. 5, 1990, Mary Two-Axe Earley
Two-Axe Earley "has done more to eliminate discrimination and injustice against native women than almost anyone in the country," we wrote.
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Paul Delean: Old-age pensioners getting a 2.8 per cent cost-of-living boost
Old Age Security cheques are now more than seven per cent higher than a year ago.
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I want to return to school, but my husband’s resisting: Ask Ellie
Also, a reader has a bad experience with a dead parent’s estate.
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Ontario’s family doctors will be key in next phase of pandemic, science table says in final report
Physicians’s numbers must be boosted and they need support in dealing with COVID, long COVID and patient backlogs.
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Seeking clarity on Ontario’s autism therapy
If the province can't reach its target for the Ontario Autism Program, then it ought to come clean and admit it, rather than offering hollow assurances.
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Rodrigo’s partner went back to school. Can he support both of them on his $70,000 salary and save for travel?
The 33-year-old social media manager happily rents in Toronto and has no immediate plans to purchase a home.
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Five easy ways to stretch your dollars at the grocery store
From flyers to price matching and reward programs, if grocery shopping is draining your wallet, try these expert tips to lower expenses.
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Thinking of helping a family member with debt? Tread carefully
Your number one priority is to park any judgment, Lesley-Anne Scorgie writes.
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As inflation soars, how can I protect my retirement nest egg from losing value?
The best way to fight inflation is to make sure your portfolio is earning higher returns than the inflation rate.
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Have your say: Have you or are you considering postponing retirement due to the ballooning cost of living?
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Gold is on the rise as Air Canada experiences turbulence. Here are the past week’s winners and losers
Stock surges and setbacks for the week ending Sept. 30, 2022.
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Allison Hanes: It's Decision Day in Quebec
It's important not to take your right to vote for granted. This is a chance for you to have your say.
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Mike Wilner: Blue Jays slugger Teoscar Hernández on a tear at just the right time, homering twice in win over Red Sox
Hernández’s two homers combined nicely with his four-hit Saturday to lead Toronto to a three-game sweep of Boston, inching closer to clinching home-field advantage for the AL wild-card series.
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Why do so many Toronto litter bins look like garbage?
A penny-pinching move by city council has resulted on substandard service, says critics.
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‘We’re in a bad moment’: Rash of GTA murders signal crisis in violence against women
According to police, at least five GTA women have been killed by intimate-partners or family members in a little over a month.
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Stuck in Toronto traffic? It’s as bad as you think it is — and likely to get worse
Traffic congestion in the city is nearing 2019 levels, even with fewer cars on the road. It’s not hard to see why.
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Landmark hearings on decriminalizing sex work begin Monday
A coalition of sex workers is set to argue that the past seven years have shown they are not, in fact, being protected by the law.
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Horoscope for Monday, Oct. 3, 2022
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