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Ottawa's transit fares will increase another 2.5 per cent next year after OC Transpo missed its ridership targets again, because the city needs the money to pay for light rail, transit commission chair Stephen Blais said after...

source: Ottawa Citizen

The number of people leaving Quebec for other provinces rose between 2011 and 2016, when compared with the previous five-year period, according to an analysis of Statistics Canada census data conducted by the Association for Canadian...

source: Ottawa Citizen

Thunder Bay City Council passed a resolution committing $5,000 to a public education campaign aimed at curbing the city's rat population. Complaints about rats to the Thunder Bay District Health Unit have skyrocketed in the past year,...

source: CBC News

The Trudeau government is willing to give provinces and territories a bigger share of the revenue from a federal excise tax on cannabis, provided that the extra money is devoted to helping municipalities cope with the impact of legalizing recreational pot. The feds have...

source: The Canadian Press via The Sudbury Star

The face of our country is changing before our eyes with staggering consequences for communicators of all stripes. For more than the first 100 years of its existence, the population of Canada was quite homogeneous. Apart from...

source: OurWindsor.Ca via Mississauga News

While Toronto has become a city that thinks like a suburb, Mississauga has quietly turned itself into the opposite, a suburb that thinks like a city. Or at least, a suburb that's learning to think like a city. Either way, the difference couldn't be more stark.

source: Toronto Star


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