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While Canada sent hundreds of millions in aid to Jordan, its king grew his collection of luxury homes

While Canada sent hundreds of millions in aid to Jordan, its king grew his collection of luxury homes

close This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To orderpresentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distributionto colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire aboutpermissions/licensing, please go to: As his Middle Eastern monarchy strained under the weight of regional wars, Arab Spring protests and a flood of refugees, the King of Jordan secretly stockpiled a real estate portfolio of luxury homes from California to London, an investigation by the Star and its international partners has found.King Abdullah II bin Al-Hussein acquired 14 properties abroad worth more...

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For-profit long-term-care homes once again seeing significantly worse outcomes in Ontario’s second wave, Star analysis finds

For-profit long-term-care homes once again seeing significantly worse outcomes in Ontario’s second wave, Star analysis finds

Sign Inperson_outlinesearchedit_locationperson_outlinecloseedit_location This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To orderpresentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distributionto colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire aboutpermissions/licensing, please go to: Residents of Ontario’s for-profit long-term-care homes are still experiencing significantly worse outcomes — both cases and deaths — than those living in municipal or non-profit facilities, a Star analysis shows. According to available data on Ontario’s second wave, the province’s long-term-care...

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‘That’s an injection mill.’ Ontario’s top-billing pain doctors capitalize on province’s lax rules, running up the public’s tab for chronic pain management

‘That’s an injection mill.’ Ontario’s top-billing pain doctors capitalize on province’s lax rules, running up the public’s tab for chronic pain management

Sign Inperson_outlinesearchedit_locationperson_outlinecloseedit_location This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To orderpresentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distributionto colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire aboutpermissions/licensing, please go to: With the patient before him, Dr. Hany Demian inserted a needle into the pelvis and injected a local anesthetic to numb a nerve and stifle the pain that travels through it.Then he did it again, a pair of nerve blocks into the patient’s legs. By the time he was done, Demian had performed eight injections....

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Journalist’s phone hacked by new ‘invisible’ technique: All he had to do was visit one website. Any website.

Journalist’s phone hacked by new ‘invisible’ technique: All he had to do was visit one website. Any website.

searchSign Inperson_outlineedit_locationperson_outlinecloseedit_location This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To orderpresentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distributionto colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire aboutpermissions/licensing, please go to: The white iPhone with chipped paint that Moroccan journalist Omar Radi used to stay in contact with his sources also allowed his government to spy on him.They could read every email, text and website visited; listen to every phone call and watch every video conference; download calendar entries, monitor...

June 21, 2020
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For-profit nursing homes have had far worse COVID-19 outcomes than public facilities — and three of the largest paid out $1.5 billion to shareholders

For-profit nursing homes have had far worse COVID-19 outcomes than public facilities — and three of the largest paid out $1.5 billion to shareholders

searchSign Inperson_outlineedit_locationperson_outlinecloseedit_location This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. To orderpresentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distributionto colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire aboutpermissions/licensing, please go to: Three of the largest for-profit nursing home operators in Ontario, which have had disproportionately high numbers of COVID-19 cases and deaths, have together paid out more than $1.5 billion in dividends to shareholders over the last decade, the Star has found.This massive sum does not include $138...

May 16, 2020
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