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Record number of complaints filed against TTC last year

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A record 1,853 human rights-related complaints were filed against the TTC last year by irate staff and riders, according to officials of the public transit system.
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York profs conduct program for KC teachers

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Dr. Carl James

York University professors Carl James and Andrea Davis are conducting a professional development program this week in Jamaica for Kingston College’s (KC) teachers.
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B’dos church choir visit to T.O. marred by member’s death

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BME pastor Chester Searles and his wife Janice with assistant pastor Maurice Hicks (right) and Wesley Singers director Walter Forbes.

The Wesley Singers of Barbados’ tour of Ontario was marred with the loss of tenor, Colin Norville. The accomplished musician died last Thursday in his Toronto hotel room as the group was preparing for its final choral concert la
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Support worker struggles to help Black inmates

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Ken Williams

A passionate Ken Williams is fighting an uphill battle to save lives as the sole counsellor for hundreds of Black inmates serving time in two Toronto prisons.
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Drs. Keith Ellis, Glenda Simms honoured by Jamaica

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Dr. Keith Ellis

University of Toronto professor emeritus, Dr. Keith Ellis, has received several awards and recognition. None, however, has more significance from an emotional standpoint than his appointment to Jamaica’s Order of Distinction (OD
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Program helps youth understand work of police

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Tamara Twumwah-Ofori

Earning a salary over the summer appealed to Tamara Twumwah-Ofori. As a participant in this year’s Youth in Policing Initiative (YIPI) program, the 16-year-old York Memorial Collegiate Institute student got more than she bargain
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Golf program helps deserving students with $16,000 scholarships

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Steve Nehlawi (left), Arnold A. Auguste, Hollingsworth Auguste and Michael Annett.

Without a National Junior Golf Academy (NJGA) scholarship, Ellen Konadu had no idea when she would have graduated from Humber College’s criminal justice program.
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CBSA, OPP criticized for targeting migrant workers

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The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are being criticized for profiling and targeting migrant workers.
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Kenyan entrepreneur to receive UWO alumni award

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Vava Angwenyi

The University of Western Ontario (UWO) provided international student, Vava Angwenyi, with a world-class education and the inspiration to return home and become a successful entrepreneur.
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Support for Israel at Revivaltime

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At a critical time for the Jewish homeland, the Canadian community of Jews and Christians are showing their solidarity with Israel.
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