TORONTO STAR TOPSTORIES
- Education Minister Stephen Lecce offers mediation amid faltering talks with teacher unionsby Kristin Rushowy - Queen's Park Bureau on November 18, 2019 at 3:06 pm
Ontario’s high school teachers set to reveal strike vote results Monday, as elementary teachers gear up for work-to-rule next week
- This Toronto PhD candidate makes $23,500 and lives at home with his mom. Is he able to save money for future travel?by Evelyn Kwong - Toronto Star on November 18, 2019 at 2:00 pm
Dee doesn’t pay rent, lives at home with mom, but doesn’t have a stable job. He says at this rate he’d probably living on a year of savings.
- It’s been more than a year since a Toronto barbershop was ordered to pay her $5,000 in missing wages. She’s still waitingby Sara Mojtehedzadeh - Work and Wealth Reporter on November 18, 2019 at 10:00 am
Toronto hairstylist’s wage theft battle has left her “defeated as a victim, and angry as a taxpayer.”
- New 44-storey church-condo proposal has midtown residents praying for construction reliefby Tess Kalinowski - Real Estate Reporter on November 18, 2019 at 10:00 am
A plan to incorporate a new church into a new 44-storey condo development at Yonge and Eglinton would lead to “another excessively large condominium tower,” say development-weary residents.
- They complained for years about their water — and were told it was safe. Now Tottenham residents know it’s been tainted all alongby Robert Cribb - Investigative Reporter,Charlie Buckley Ben Cohen Declan Keogh Julie Mutis Kelly Skjerven - Ryerson School of Journalism on November 18, 2019 at 10:00 am
For more than 15 years, politicians and health officials in the township of New Tecumseth have known the tap water in Tottenham, population 5,000, contained suspected carcinogens called Trihalomethanes.