Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Ontario Update-

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

--Ontario Update-

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(Ont-Cabinet-Shuffle)

Premier Kathleen Wynne is shuffling her cabinet with less than five months before a provincial election to replace ministers who won't be seeking re-election.

One of those not running again is Deputy Premier and Advanced Education Minister Deb Matthews and sources say Mitzie Hunter will move from education to advanced education and Indira Naidoo-Harris will take over at education.

Treasury Board President Liz Sandals will be replaced by Eleanor McMahon, the current minister of tourism, culture and sport and Economic Development Minister Brad Duguid will be placed by Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca.

A source tells The Canadian Press a total of eight politicians are involved in the shuffle to be revealed today at Queen's Park.

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(Abandoned-Baby)

Toronto police say they are continuing to investigate the case of a newborn baby boy after someone claiming to be a passerby reported finding him outside, behind a plaza.

Police say they've located the baby's mother and she's receiving medical care, but had no further details.

Paramedics have said the baby was rushed to a hospital where he remained in critical condition last evening.

Police say they do not know when or where the baby was born. (The Canadian Press)

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(Guelph-Professor)

The University of Guelph says a professor has been placed on leave while it looks into alleged inappropriate comments made to a student and an educational assistant during class.

The university's provost and vice-president Charlotte Yates released a statement on Twitter saying the alleged incident took place Monday during a night class.

The statement doesn't specify exactly what happened during the alleged incident.

However, some students have taken to social media saying the professor allegedly mocked a student with severe anxiety. (570News)

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(Theft-Sentence)

A Belleville woman has been sentenced to jail for stealing thousands of dollars from her employer. …

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