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As more people pay big money to live in small units, condo boards are increasingly requiring residents to hire security if they want to party in the party room Read more

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Katie Demois

Humane Society International Canada is working to end the South Korean dog meat industry by rescuing dogs from slaughter and rehoming them in Canada. Read more


But new restrictions on medical marijuana program means military veterans like Darrell Hulme will only be reimbursed for a third of the medicine they need to deal with PTSD and other conditions Read more

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Mark Sprott and Robyn Colangelo

From Wes Anderson-inspired shots to full-on family catastrophes, these families are taking holiday greetings to a new level Read more


Does Santa dab? If so, he might answer the collective prayers of smokers in Canada and fast-track legalization. Read more

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But if you want to welcome an animal into your home this winter , consider adopting one of the 130,000+ pets in Canadian shelters and foster care Read more




Plus: a gallery of some of the Yonge Street shop's best looks Read more


Program at U of T gives Indigenous students a sense of belonging on campus Read more


City Hall forum on the future street-level dispensaries hears from councillor that May's police raids "was a knee-jerk reaction to a couple of hundred emails the mayor got" Read more

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Proponents of LGBT-friendly recreation centre proposal trumpet consultation process amid fears runaway gentrification will push out low-income residents and marginalized users of the park Read more


“There are a lot of people in need of a lot of help,” says frontman Matt Berninger. “It’s that simple. The community of Hamilton is doing more to help them than most nations, including my own.” Read more


Meet the Christian, the vegans, the accessible and green realtors who are tapping into niche markets with like-minded customers Read more

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Medical marijuana advocates say new Smoke-Free Ontario Act rules would make it illegal for patients to puff their meds in safe spaces and could close down vapour lounges Read more



R. Jeanette Martin

“The kind of transition to being more accepting of being a pot smoker falls in line with society,” says relationship expert Kimberly Moffit. Read more



Miles Kenyon

The Cookie Monster takes on the task of reviewing every dispensary, strain and shatter in the city one hit at a time Read more

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Only 9.8 per cent of Indigenous peoples in Canada have a university degree, compared to 26.5 of non-Indigenous Canadians Read more

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This International Women's Day, Heritage Toronto wants you to get to know our city's incredible history of female activists Read more

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Rebecca Tisdelle

From protesting African trophy hunting to learning more about digital activism, here's how to get involved in making a difference this week Read more

Think Free: The NOW Toronto blog

Laws governing medical marijuana and the new dispensaries popping up all over town seem to be as sticky as premium ganja itself Read more

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