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  • Ontario records eighth coronavirus case
    by Bryan Passifiume on February 29, 2020 at 3:51 am

    Ontario’s Chief Medical Officer of Health has confirmed an eighth positive case of COVID-19 late Friday night. The man in his 80s presented himself at Scarborough Health Network’s General Hospital on Thursday. He had arrived to Toronto on Feb. 20 after travelling from Egypt. The hospital followed established infection prevention and control protocols and the

  • Early shooting struggles doom Raptors in tough loss to Hornets
    by Mike Ganter on February 29, 2020 at 3:42 am

    Normally, the stinker comes when a team returns home from a lengthy west coast road trip. Well, looks like the Raptors got that one out of the way a little early with a 99-96 loss to the Charlotte Hornets. In truth this was really only a stinker for about a half, when the Raptors couldn’t

  • LILLEY: Public knows Ontario can’t afford more raises for teachers
    by Brian Lilley on February 29, 2020 at 3:40 am

    The public is well aware of what teachers are doing on the picket lines. The question is whether they support it. There have been plenty of polls done on this issue, some better than others. The teachers claim they have the public fully behind them by asking such questions as whether you support paying down

  • TOWHEY: It’s time Canada’s First Nations got their acts together
    by Mark Towhey on February 29, 2020 at 3:32 am

    When European settlers first arrived here, North America was not a land of peace and harmony. Many indigenous clans tried immediately to enlist Europeans into their ongoing wars with traditional enemies. There was no homogeneous society then. There isn’t now. Clans lived and died on the strength of their leaders. When clans chose wise leaders,

  • GAME DAY: Canucks at Leafs
    by Lance Hornby on February 29, 2020 at 2:40 am

    VANCOUVER CANUCKS AT MAPLE LEAFS 7 P.M. Scotiabank Arena TV: HNIC/Sportsnet RADIO: TSN 1050 THE BIG MATCHUP G Frederik Andersen vs. G Thatcher Demko/Louis Dominigue Both Andersen and Demko had awful starts on Friday night, Andersen beaten three times in six shots. However, his team had the firepower to rally and the Dane got his

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