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George Brown College is hoping to capitalize on city's growing reputation as a tech hub Read more

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Vicente Martí

Artificial intelligence lands on the curriculum in Toronto Read more

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Samuel Engelking

As Google-affiliated Sidewalk Labs proposes building a high-tech neighbourhood on the waterfront, citizens should demand ownership of data collected in public spaces Read more

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NOW is hosting a Digital Literacy Day event featuring some of the city's top thought leaders. Register now for your free ticket! Read more

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NOW is hosting a Digital Literacy Day event featuring some of the city's top thought leaders. Register now for your free ticket! Read more

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Entrepreneur Tamar Huggins wants to reverse Durham's brain drain and lay down a foundation for a Black future in tech Read more

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NOW is hosting a Digital Literacy Day event featuring some of the city's top thought leaders. Register now for your free ticket! Read more

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Michelle Siu For The Globe and Mail

NOW is hosting a Digital Literacy Day event featuring some of the city's top thought leaders. Register now for your free ticket! Read more

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Photo by Nathan Ishar, courtesy PRISKA PASQUER, Cologne, 2017​

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ANNE KMETYKO

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Toronto Police Service

The case of alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur highlights the thin line between crowdsourcing and retraumatization Read more

Culture

Apps claiming to be more socially responsible than scandal-plagued Uber are popping up in Toronto. NOW's Ecoholic columnist asks whether we're being taken for a ride Read more

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This Earth Day, Toronto joins more than 400 cities around the world defending scientific research Read more

News

New silicon-based "industries" are bringing employment, overwhelmingly of young people, into buildings that were once factories Read more

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A new community-based initiative offers free, all-ages classes to the public Read more

Education

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    Bert Beekmans

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    Queen’s Park rally ­November 9 pushes for nuclear phase-out.