The city of Toronto has seen a 35 per cent increase in gun violence from 2016 over the year before. According to figures released by the Toronto Police Service, in 2015, there were a reported 414 victims of gun violence. In 2016, there were over 513.
Articles by Sam Seon
Ken Wood realizes lawn bowling is competitive. But for him, it’s not about winning.
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Tuesday night, on the eve of Bell’s national #BellLetsTalk event to end the stigma surrounding mental health, the University of Toronto Scarborough had a launch party for a new online magazine: Minds Matter Magazine.
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