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Brady Robertson sentenced to 17 years for crash that killed GTA mom, her three daughters

Brady Robertson sentenced to 17 years for crash that killed GTA mom, her three daughters

A judge has sentenced a Caledon driver who tested at eight times the legal limit for THC to 17 years for “gambling with other people’s lives” and causing a 2020 crash that killed a schoolteacher and her three young daughters. The deaths of Caledon mom Karolina Ciasullo, 37, and her three daughters, six-year-old Klara, three-year-old …

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Never mind the provincial election—can Steven Del Duca win his own riding?

With the election heating up, local candidates are busy trying to prove they’re the best fit to represent constituents at Queen’s Park. But the races are tight — and all kinds of factors could swing the outcome. Today, we take a closer look at three compelling ridings, and what candidates are up against. Steven Del …

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David Milgaard, who spent decades behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit, dies at 69

David Milgaard could see I was a tad uneasy when he dropped by the Toronto Star newsroom unexpectedly in July 1993, dripping wet and half naked. It was a year after he had been freed from prison — after spending nearly 23 years behind bars as the victim of one of Canada’s most notorious miscarriages …

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Leafs flame out in Game 7 while Oilers advance to second round: Here’s what fans are saying

Deep breaths, Maple Leafs fans—there’s always next year. A heavy cloud of disappointment sits over the city this morning, as Toronto hockey fans try to process another early exit from the Stanley Cup playoffs, this one coming after a nail-biting 2-1 loss to the Lightning in Game 7 at Scotiabank Arena. The Leafs haven’t won …

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Students protest Ottawa Catholic high school mass-enforcement dress code

Several hundred students gathered outside an Ottawa Catholic high school on Friday to protest a mass dress code enforcement the day before. The effort by staff at Béatrice-Desloges high school in Orléans outraged students, who said the action was unjust and seemed to target female students. “I’m frustrated,” said Melisande Ouellette, a 17-year-old student in …

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The housing market is cooling. Should you buy now or wait to see if prices drop?

Braydon Hooper is ready to buy a home. He wants a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condo in Toronto and is anticipating getting a good deal as the city’s real estate market adjusts to rising interest rates and plummeting sales. “I’m hoping to find someone who’s been on the market for longer than they wanted and is willing …

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Liberals reviewing Etobicoke Center candidate Noel Semple

A Liberal candidate has apologized for what he now calls a “hurtful” and “offensive” column on the gay community that included his observation “the term homophobia is being tossed around like confetti.” But Noel Semple of Etobicoke Center has escaped the fate of three other Liberal candidates fired by party leader Steven Del Duca this …

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