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Woman's Nose Severed In Attack

CBC | Posted 10.25.2013 | Canada

An elderly woman's nose was severed during an attack that occurred in a downtown Toronto elevator, police say. Toronto police say the woman had just...

By Taking Away Refugee Benefits, Canada Is Taking Away Its Traditions

Samuel Getachew | Posted 08.23.2012 | Canada Politics
Samuel Getachew

Just over a decade ago, the UN declared June 20th as World Refugee Day. But in Canada today, we are losing our noble traditions of welcoming refugees and giving them full benefits. Thankfully, there are organizations like the Canada Centre for Victims of Torture that are trying to help out these immigrants in any way they can.

Toronto Ponders Permanent Memorial For Layton

The Huffington Post Canada | Scaachi Koul | Posted 10.26.2011 | Canada Politics

Few politicians could garner an impromptu memorial quite like Jack Layton has. His death has spurred gestures across the city, like the chalk murals a...