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at 15:48 on May 22, 2015, EDT.

Brain aging research centre to open in Toronto this fall

TORONTO - A new research centre focusing on brain aging is set to launch in the fall, with funding from the federal and Ontario governments, as well as private donors.

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at 15:26 on May 22, 2015, EDT.

Police seize cocaine and ketamine in package at courier company in Toronto

TORONTO - Police are crediting a worker at a Toronto courier depot for alerting them to a large drug shipment bound for Alberta.

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at 10:57 on May 22, 2015, EDT.

TVO backs out of Wynne documentary over editorial concerns

TORONTO - TVO says it is backing out of a documentary about Premier Kathleen Wynne because of concerns about its "editorial integrity."

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at 11:50 on May 22, 2015, EDT.

NDP calls on Liberal government to sever Hydro One sale from budget bill

TORONTO - NDP Leader Andrea Horwath is calling on the Liberal government to sever the partial privatization of Hydro One from the budget bill.

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at 11:44 on May 22, 2015, EDT.

Woman dead, teen hurt after struck by vehicle in Toronto, police say

TORONTO - A woman is dead and a teenager is hurt after being hit by a vehicle in north Toronto.

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at 16:38 on May 21, 2015, EDT.

Chrysler latest air-bag lawsuit target; proposed action claims negligence

TORONTO - The latest in a series of proposed Canadian class-action suits over potentially deadly airbags was launched Thursday, this one over those installed in Chrysler vehicles.

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at 15:28 on May 21, 2015, EDT.

Pan Am organizers head to Mexico to bring back flame for cross-Canada relay

TORONTO - Organizers for this summer's Pan Am Games are heading to Mexico to fetch the flame that will be carried across Canada in the days leading up to the international competition.

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at 15:14 on May 21, 2015, EDT.

Premier Wynne willing to legislate striking teachers back to work

TORONTO - Ontario's premier is raising the possibility of back-to-work legislation for striking teachers, as thousands of students have been out of school for nearly five weeks.

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at 14:36 on May 21, 2015, EDT.

Two men charged in Hamilton homicide police say resulted from street robbery

HAMILTON - Police in Hamilton say two people are facing murder charges in the death of man found suffering from serious injuries following a street robbery earlier this month.

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at 12:55 on May 21, 2015, EDT.

One man dead, another in hospital after crane collapse in Markham

MARKHAM, Ont. - One man is dead and another is in hospital with serious injuries after a crane collapsed north of Toronto on Thursday morning.

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at 10:48 on May 21, 2015, EDT.

Police identify 21-year-old man shot dead in Toronto restaurant killing

TORONTO - Police have released the identity of the 21-year-old man who was recently killed in east-end Toronto.

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at 09:31 on May 21, 2015, EDT.

33-year-old man dies after shooting at a party in Toronto: police

TORONTO - A 33-year-old man has died after being shot at a party in Toronto's west end.

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