If you ask Jack Rabba, being able to immigrate to Canada was like winning the "lottery of life."
Approximately 200,000 homes across Peel are being asked to hold onto their recycling and be patient as garbage collection may be delayed due to a strike.
The Peel District School Board and the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board have confirmed the quadmester model will end Feb. 2022, despite other school board’s in Ontario ending the model already.
Two fires in Mississauga and Brampton have prompted separate emergency response on the afternoon of Monday, Dec. 6.
Commuters and residents should be prepared for possible delays if travelling in and around Mississauga’s Ward 2 on Monday, Dec. 6.
For the fourth time in four years, Peel Regional Police Const. Darrell Corona has been rebuked by a judge in a case where criminal charges have been thrown out due to his interactions with a Black man.
Here’s your Monday update with some of the most important and interesting stories that happened over the weekend.
Due to the passage of a cold front moving through southern Ontario, Environment Canada says strong westerly winds are anticipated to develop this afternoon.
A labour dispute between Region of Peel waste collector Emterra Environmental and unionized staff is resulting in changes to collection in Peel.
The first confirmed case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant has been identified in Peel, the public health unit reports.
Visitors to pro-democracy and media sites in the region were infected with malware that could download files, steal data, and more.
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Pakistan's national database encodes social expectations—like that every citizen has two married parents—and raises important questions about digital IDs.
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The latest Beats in-ears are by far the best everyday headphones for iPhone owners.
Under pressure to make their sites accessible to visually impaired users, firms turn to software. But advocates say the tech isn't always up to the task.
People and canines suffer horribly from the disease, caused by a fungus spreading through the increasingly dry US Southwest.
Countries at COP26 have committed to slashing emissions, in the hope of limiting global warming to 1.5 °C. It's not enough.
The real estate site went into the business of buying and selling homes. But the pandemic messed up its predictions.
When two Canadian coders started an online project called CryptoPunks, they had no idea they’d spark a hyped-up, blockchain-fueled cultural juggernaut.