He was the poster child for Toronto’s newest law school. He’s now filing a $750,000 human rights complaint against it
Ish Aderonmu, who’s overcome a U.S. criminal record and time in immigration detention, alleges Ryerson’s new law school is discriminating against him.
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‘COVID-19 did discriminate’: Labour force data sheds light on economic disparities during pandemic
Disparate impact goes beyond job loss, new report finds: Indigenous women, for example, had the highest share of employment in jobs that were most at risk of exposure to COVID-19.
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Canadian workers see hottest wage growth in years, with pay for new employees soaring 10% in 24 months
New report from StatsCan finds largest gains for new employees in food services, health care, social assistance and other industries where vacancies are high.
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‘It would be catastrophic:’ Small business owners dread the prospect of another lockdown
Widespread use of rapid antigen testing, KN95 masks and HEPA filters are just as crucial as capacity restrictions, says infectious disease specialist.
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Emma Teitel: Toronto wants to allow the simple possession of illegal drugs. So why does the city still treat homelessness as a crime?
The mayor and police chief back the decriminalization of small amounts of illicit drugs, but have no qualms about destroying camps in parks.
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Matt Elliott: Ontario Line construction threatens to bring ‘car-mageddon’ to downtown Toronto. It doesn’t have to be that way
The infrastructure work in the city’s core is needed, but the chaos is not.
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Instagram unveils new tools to manage teens’ use in wake of company backlash
The tools come after an internal Facebook whistleblower released internal research that showed teen girls feel worse about themselves after using Instagram.
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China warns U.S. diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics threatens global co-operation
The White House says U.S. government officials will boycott the 2022 Winter Olympics because of China's human rights "atrocities," though U.S. athletes are free to compete.
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Biden to warn Putin of severe economic consequences if Russia invades Ukraine in call
The U.S. is trying to prevent Russia from launching military action against Ukraine after Moscow massed tens of thousands of troops on the Ukraine border.
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Data suggests Omicron COVID-19 variant could overtake Delta worldwide, scientists warn
Other researchers say it’s too soon to know how likely it is that Omicron will spread more efficiently than Delta, or, if it does, how fast it might take over.
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The Patriots beat the Bills on Monday night to move atop the AFC. Here’s how
Run, don’t pass, on offence. Bend, don’t break, on defence
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Hawaii braces for ‘catastrophic flooding’ as storm brings heavy rain, knocks out power
The National Weather Service said a low pressure system is slowly moving from east to west and has lingered on the edge of the archipelago.
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Food truck brings poutine and other Canadian favourites to the U.K.
The southern England town of Farnham, U.K., is an unlikely place for a Canadian food truck. Yet, that's exactly where The Funky Pickle has set up shop, serving Canadian favourites like poutine and perogies.
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