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'Not good enough': Toronto privacy expert resigns from Sidewalk Labs over data concerns

A privacy expert who resigned this week from her role as an advisor to Sidewalk Labs, the Google sister company set to build a "smart" neighbourhood on Toronto's waterfront, is concerned that the "treasure trove" of data will be vulnerable to attacks.

Tory makes 11th-hour endorsement of controversial council candidate Mark Grimes

John Tory made an eleventh-hour endorsement of a city council candidate wrapped up in a police probe into whether he benefited from polling paid for by a developer before the last municipal election.

Peel District School Board takes new approach to teaching To Kill a Mockingbird

Some Canadian writers are applauding an Ontario school board that has mandated To Kill A Mockingbird only be taught through a critical "anti-oppression lens."

Police identify man, 28, fatally stabbed inside Kennedy station

Toronto police have identified a 28-year-old man who died following a stabbing inside Kennedy subway station on Saturday evening.

Cam Levins obliterates Canadian men's record in marathon debut

In his marathon debut, Cam Levins of Black Creek, B.C., stopped the clock in two hours nine minutes 25 seconds to shatter Jerome Drayton’s 43-year-old Canadian men’s record of 2:10:09 on a brisk Sunday morning at the Toronto Waterfront event.

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