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• A Dec. 29 headline incorrectly stated “Police silent on success of latest anti-gang sweep.” In fact, as the article correctly states, it is the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney-General — not Toronto Police — that has refused to provide the Star with a tally of how many convictions have been registered in charges laid against 67 people in the May 2010 gang sweep, Project Corral.
• The Ontario Chamber of Commerce is the sole author of the recent report entitled, A Federal Agenda for Ontario. A Dec. 22 editorial about the need for increased federal funding for aboriginal education mistakenly said the report was co-authored by the Mowat Centre.
• A Dec. 29 Life section article on the best and worst dining experiences of 2012 included an incorrect photo of chef Carl Heinrich. In fact, the man in the photo identified as Heinrich was Ryan Donovan, Heinrich’s partner at Richmond Station restaurant.
• Newfoundland’s 7.7-billion Muskrat Falls hydroelectric project is a three-way deal involving Newfoundland, Ottawa and Nova Scotia. A Dec. 30 editorial about the successes of women in Canadian provincial politics, mistakenly said Manitoba was part of the deal instead of Nova Scotia.