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Despite the new “right to disconnect” policy in Ontario, workers still feel that more rules need to be implemented so that employees can fully disengage from their jobs.
By Lily Han Sun shines through the large windows of the yoga studio, lighting up the room with rays of warmth. Colourful yoga mats are on the hardwood studio floor in a circle, all facing Echo Wang. Faintly, outside the room, there’s a noise of tiny nails scratching excitedly on the door. Students take their…
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Despite harm-reduction programs, opioid overdoses continue to rise in Toronto’s homeless shelters.
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Barbers want the conversations with their clients to be as long as possible