Ian Ostroff

Ian Ostroff was born and raised in Montreal. He graduated from Concordia University in the spring of 2019, and loves spending time exploring his city.


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Charges dropped against Canadian trucker who says he was a victim of marijuana smuggling scheme

Federal prosecutors have dropped charges against a Canadian truck driver who was taken into custody at the US border after 2,200 pounds of marijuana was discovered in his rig last month.

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4 hours ago

Canada scheduled to get 2.3 million doses of Pfizer vaccine this week

The government has already received 67 million vaccine doses, which is enough to fully vaccinate all Canadian residents. However, public health officials fear a potential fourth wave.

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12-year-old boy in serious condition after Toronto park shooting

A 12-year-old boy was shot multiple times at a North York apartment playground Friday night. He is now in serious condition at a Toronto hospital.

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6 hours ago

Justin Trudeau sends Biden smoked meat sandwiches after losing Stanley Cup final bet

After the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4-1 in the Stanley Cup playoffs final series, Justin Trudeau announced on Twitter that he would honor he made with Joe Biden – with smoked meat sandwiches.

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6 hours ago

Peel police investigate hate-motivated crime in Mississauga

Peel police are investigating a hate-motivated incident that happened in a Mississauga place of worship.

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8 hours ago

Independent MP Derek Sloan hopes new political party will appeal to Canadians

Derek Sloan, Independent MP for Hastings Lennox and Addington, hopes to appeal to Canadians with his new political party, "True North."

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3 days ago

York Region suspect facing more charges in sexual assault investigation

Markham resident Steven Wolfer is now facing more sexual assault charges in connection with incidents that date back to the 1980s after a new victim came forward.

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3 days ago

BREAKING: Trudeau Liberals announce extension to COVID-19 subsidies

Liberal Finance Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Chrystia Freeland has stated that the federal government will extend multiple COVID-19 benefits, due to expire in September, for 30 more days.

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3 days ago

Use of illicit drugs SOARED in most major cities during height of pandemic

Since the COVID-19 pandemic started in Canada in March 2020, the use of fentanyl, cannabis, and methamphetamines rose across Canada's major cities.

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3 days ago

Toronto police issue warning over rise of fentanyl-related overdoses and deaths

Toronto police are issuing a warning to people about the rise of drug-related deaths in the midtown area of Toronto the past two weeks.

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4 days ago

Man in critical condition after a stabbing in Yonge and Dundas

A man was stabbed during a fight that took place close to Yonge and Dundas street on Wednesday night.

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4 days ago

Alberta drops isolation rules for those with a positive COVID-19 test

The province of Alberta will no longer make residents who have tested positive for COVID-19 quarantine. It will also stop routine testing for mild symptoms of the virus.

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4 days ago

WATCH: Brawl on Ontario freeway ends with three arrests after officer injured

A fight occurred on the 60 Freeway in Ontario, California, that resulted in an officer receiving minor injuries.

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4 days ago

Toronto police release image of five suspected to be involved in stabbing of 15-year-old boy

Toronto police have released images of five suspects that were allegedly involved in a violent stabbing and robbery earlier this month that left a 15-year-old in critical condition.

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4 days ago

Two hospitalized after shooting in Toronto

A man and a woman were injured during a shooting in Lawrence Heights on Wednesday, reports CP24.

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