Mar 26, 2012

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March 26, 2012 Morning Headlines

Ontario budget: Child benefit increase being delayed; social assistance rates frozen

Social assistance rates are being frozen and a planned increase in the Ontario Child Benefit delayed...

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Toronto inside workers: Union negotiators send city’s offer to vote without recommendation
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Toronto inside workers: Union negotiators send city’s offer to vote without recommendation
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Afghan teen Roya Shams on her first two months in Canada
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Activist Alice Heap lived final days in peace

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Court advocate an unsung hero for assaulted TTC...

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Canada, Japan agree to enter negotiations for free-trade deal
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VIDEO: Air Canada wildcat sparked by a sarcastic exchange
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Home price rise in Canada may be topping out

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DiManno: Canada’s Patrick Chan finely tuned figure skating machine
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Mudhar: Maple Leafs GM Brian Burke in eye of media storm as another dismal season winds down
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Maple Leafs pass on successful goalie crop

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Hamm still finds surprises in Don Draper
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Hunger Games breaks box-office record
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Spelling is pregnant with fourth child

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