‘He could’ve been treated differently’: Toronto man dies at home after several visits to local hospital

A Toronto music lover who thrived in the company of others died alone at home following three visits to a local hospital due to severe abdominal pain, according to one of his closest friends. “He didn’t talk very much, but he had this presence that everybody...

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How GOP conspiracy theorists could hamper Congress’ crypto crackdown

The time is ripe for Congress to probe and enact meaningful reforms to regulate cryptocurrencies, one of the most tortured topics in the United States today. We’re just weeks removed from the colossal collapse of FTX, the once-popular crypto trading platform formerly run by founder Sam...

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Registration for city-run winter recreation and March Break programs opens tomorrow

Registration for the City of Toronto’s 2023 winter recreation and March Break programs opens tomorrow. The popular winter recreational programs, which begin on Jan. 9, include various team sports, swimming and other physical activities for people of all ages. During March Break, the city offers children...

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Scientists warn U.N. summit to ‘avoid trade-offs’ between people and conservation needs

MOMBASA, Kenya —  Scientists around the world are warning governments who will be gathering in Montreal this week for a United Nations biodiversity summit to not repeat past mistakes and are urging officials to “avoid trade-offs” between people and conservation needs in a report Monday. The study...

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