• Toronto Raptors lose Kyle Lowry but get 43 points from DeMar DeRozan in beating Boston Celtics 107-97 - National Post

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    Toronto Raptors lose Kyle Lowry but get 43 points from DeMar DeRozan in beating Boston Celtics 107-97
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    TORONTO — Toughness was what Masai Ujiri saw in Serge Ibaka and P.J. Tucker. And the two new Raptors certainly delivered Friday. On a night DeMar DeRozan scored a career-high 43 points — prompting serenades of “M-V-P!” — Ibaka and Tucker ...
    New-look Raptors offer hint of something special: ArthurToronto Star
    Lowry's wrist injury pu
  • Kansas shooter yelled 'get out of my country,' witnesses say - Toronto Star

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    Kansas shooter yelled 'get out of my country,' witnesses say
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    The 51-year-old former air traffic controller reportedly told a bartender in another town that he needed a place to hide because he had just killed two Middle Eastern men. Survivor describes Kansas bar shooting. ▷ ...and more »
  • What is that weird yellow glow over Toronto right now? The internet wants to know - CBC.ca

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    What is that weird yellow glow over Toronto right now? The internet wants to know
    CBC.ca
    Fire in the sky? Alien takeover? Just plain weird science? Either way, an eerie yellow glow made for some spectacular, technicolour skies above Toronto Friday night. The glow seemed to be emanating from BMO Field, but the colours could be seen across ...and more »
  • Magnitude 4.9 earthquake reported off northwestern Vancouver Island - Toronto Star

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    Magnitude 4.9 earthquake reported off northwestern Vancouver Island
    Toronto Star
    Seismologists predict the movements of the Juan de Fuca and North American plates will one day result in a major earthquake on much of the West Coast. By Dirk MeissnerThe Canadian Press. Fri., Feb. 24, 2017. VICTORIA—A series of small earthquakes off ...and more »
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  • 20-foot sinkhole closes street in Toronto's west end - CityNews

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    20-foot sinkhole closes street in Toronto's west end
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    Crews respond after a sinkhole opened up on Morningside Avenue in Toronto on Feb. 24, 2017. CITYNEWS/Walter Korolewych. A street in Toronto's west end is closed to traffic while crews work to repair a sinkhole that opened up on Friday afternoon.
    Sinkhole shuts down section of Morningside Avenue in city's west endCBC.caall 4 news articles »
  • Toronto's housing market may need a Vancouver-style cooling: RBC - The Globe and Mail

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    Toronto's housing market may need a Vancouver-style cooling: RBC
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    Toronto may need to consider Vancouver-style measures to address a “dangerous mix” of factors that are fuelling the region's overheated housing market, the chief executive of Canada's largest bank warned on Friday. In an interview, Royal Bank of Canada ...
    RBC CEO says Toronto real estate market 'not sustainable,' company posts record net incomeFinancial Postall 23 news articles&n
  • City's stomach offers perennial access point to Toronto's soul - The Globe and Mail

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    City's stomach offers perennial access point to Toronto's soul
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    An archeologocial dig on the north side of Front Street has unearthed remains of previous buildings on the site. Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail. St. Lawrence Market has changed a lot since 1803, but it provides a comforting form of continuity that should ...
  • New development at Mirvish Village may be the best Toronto has seen - The Globe and Mail

    New development at Mirvish Village may be the best Toronto has seen
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    Mirvish Village is dead. Long live Mirvish Village. In the area near Honest Ed's this week, workers had put up fences around a string of Victorian houses on Markham Street, preparing to gut them, while creatives assembled an “Art Maze” inside the old ...
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  • Life in Toronto: Her rent jumped by $950 per month - The Globe and Mail

    Life in Toronto: Her rent jumped by $950 per month
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    I'm pretty firm on suggesting people rent if they can't properly afford the full cost of owning home, but the city of Toronto is pushing back. Rents there are soaring in a way that puts renters in the same position as owners in having to direct too ...
  • Refugees crossing US border heading to Toronto, agencies say - CBC.ca

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    Refugees crossing US border heading to Toronto, agencies say
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    Many of the asylum seekers crossing the Canadian border in places like Manitoba and Quebec will wind up in Toronto, say those who care for refugees. Those who run shelters or provide medical care for newcomers say they're keeping a close eye on the ...and more »
  • Harrison Ford flies over airliner in Southern California airport mishap - Toronto Star

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    Harrison Ford flies over airliner in Southern California airport mishap
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    Ford was supposed to have landed on a runway parallel to the airliner, which was carrying 110 people, but mistakenly flew over it in a potentially serious mishap. Video reveals Harrison Ford plane mishap. ▷ ...and more »
  • Russian military gets massive upgrade amid tensions from the West - Toronto Star

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    Russian military gets massive upgrade amid tensions from the West
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    The air force will receive 170 new aircraft, the army will receive 905 tanks while the navy will receive 17 new ships this year, Russia's defence minister said. Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shougu says the sweeping military modernization program ...and more »
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  • Plays bridge solitudes of Toronto, Montreal theatre scenes - Toronto Star

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    Plays bridge solitudes of Toronto, Montreal theatre scenes
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    At Canadian Stage, Five Faces for Evelyn Frost will be performed in English translation, then in French, while in HROSES, both languages are used. Sascha Cole as Lily and Frédéric Lemay as Ellery in HROSES: Outrage à la raison. (Philip Nozuka / Picasa).
  • Maple Leafs emerge victorious after OT clash with Jets - Toronto Sun

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    Maple Leafs emerge victorious after OT clash with Jets
    Toronto Sun
    In a game billed as the Calder Cup - the final rookie of the year trophy head-to-head between Auston Matthews and Patrik Laine - ill will between the Maple Leafs and Winnipeg Jets in a playoff-charged atmosphere proved the better rivalry story. Too bad ...
    Winnipeg Jets rookie Patrik Laine scores twice, but Toronto Maple Leafs rally for 5-4 overtime victoryNational Post
    Leafs notebook: Toronto will pull out St.
  • What kind of apartment can you get in Toronto for under $1000? - CBC.ca

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    What kind of apartment can you get in Toronto for under $1000?
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    Finding an apartment in Toronto can be extra tricky if you're on a tight budget. The average rent for a one-bedroom condo apartment is close to $1,800 a month, according to the Toronto Real Estate Board, but what if you're hoping for a solo spot under ...and more »
  • Fog advisory in place for Toronto with near zero visibility in some areas - CBC.ca

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    Fog advisory in place for Toronto with near zero visibility in some areas
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    Environment Canada has issued a fog advisory for Toronto, with a warning to drivers that visibility will be near zero in some areas. The fog is expected to continue early Wednesday morning, and in some locations, it could last until noon. Environment ...
    Fog causing near-zero visibility in Toronto and parts of GTAToronto Star
    Fog, spring-like temperatures in Toronto's forecast todayCP24 Toronto's Breaking Ne
  • Attending the Toronto auto show can mean bigger discounts for buyers - The Globe and Mail

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    Attending the Toronto auto show can mean bigger discounts for buyers
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    The Canadian International AutoShow opened its doors last week in Toronto. Those shopping for a new car may find it profitable to pay the show a visit. As Canada's largest auto show, more than 300,000 people are expected to flock to the Metro Toronto ...and more »
  • Double standard surrounds M-103 motion - Toronto Sun

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    Double standard surrounds M-103 motion
    Toronto Sun
    The silence speaks volumes. It's as though the anti-Islamophobia Motion-103 has already passed. For example, last week when a small group descended on the Masjid Toronto mosque to protest Islam, Sharia law, honour killings and ISIS, political leaders ...
    Islamophobia motion gives Ontario PCs an opportunityCBC.caall 58 news articles »
  • Anti-Semitic notes left on doors of Toronto condo treated as 'hate/bias' crime - The Globe and Mail

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    Anti-Semitic notes left on doors of Toronto condo treated as 'hate/bias' crime
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    Notes with anti-Semitic messages that were left on doors at a north Toronto condominium are being investigated as a hate crime, police said Tuesday. Several residents of the building found notes containing “racial comments” attached to their doors on ...
    Police investigate anti-Semitic incidents at Toronto condoToronto Starall 24 news articles »
  • 4 days in Toronto led to this dream-like video of the city - CBC.ca

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    4 days in Toronto led to this dream-like video of the city
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    Crowded condo buildings. Packed patios. The bustle of Chinatown. The soaring CN Tower. Jan Jessen, a 22-year-old filmmaking student from Hamburg, Germany, saw it all during a four-day pit stop in Toronto last fall — and on Monday, he released a ...
  • Brian Mulroney sings during cancer fundraiser at Trump's Florida resort - Toronto Star

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    Brian Mulroney sings during cancer fundraiser at Trump's Florida resort
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    Former prime minister Brian Mulroney sang “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling” at the president's Mar-A-Lago estate Saturday. Sources say he also got a first-hand read on how the president viewed last week's meetings with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.and more »
  • Leafs take huge must-win over Hurricanes - Toronto Sun

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    Leafs take huge must-win over Hurricanes
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    RALEIGH, N.C. — Curtis McElhinney won't win any awards for skating into the crease and doing his job. One can imagination, however, he was a popular guy among his Maple Leafs teammates on the flight home Sunday night. McElhinney was terrific ...
    Leafs blow back into playoff spot by shutting out HurricanesToronto Starall 28 news articles »
  • Toronto Blue Jays focused on health with spring training underway - The Globe and Mail

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    Toronto Blue Jays focused on health with spring training underway
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    No major-league player has logged more games at third base over the past four years than Josh Donaldson. The Toronto Blue Jays star plays the game with a reckless abandon, willingly hurtling his body into the grandstands if he has a chance to make a ...
    Toronto Blue Jays' Josh Donaldson downplays calf strain, says he'll be back on the field in two to three weeksNational Post
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  • Torontonians welcomed warm weather this weekend | Toronto Star - Toronto Star

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    Torontonians welcomed warm weather this weekend | Toronto Star
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    High temperatures will dip back to seasonal norms, and Environment Canada says showers are on the way for Tuesday.and more »
  • Toronto FC defeats Orlando in a pair of MLS pre-season games - Sportsnet.ca

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    Toronto FC defeats Orlando in a pair of MLS pre-season games
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    CHAMPIONSGATE, United States – Sebastian Giovinco and Justin Morrow scored late second-half goals to lift Toronto FC to a 3-1 win over Orlando City in MLS pre-season play Sunday. Jozy Altidore and Orlando's Kaka, via a disputed penalty, traded ...and more »
  • Police now say no formal investigation into anti-Muslim rally outside Toronto mosque - CBC.ca

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    Police now say no formal investigation into anti-Muslim rally outside Toronto mosque
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    Toronto police now say they are not formally investigating an anti-Muslim rally held Friday outside a downtown mosque — one day after indicating the incident was being probed as a possible hate crime. On Saturday, police told CBC Toronto they were ...
    Muslim group alarmed by 'hateful gathering' outside Toronto mosqueThe Globe and Mail
    Anti-Islam protest in Toronto prompts spontaneous co
  • No ice is safe ice, Toronto police remind residents on warm Family Day weekend - CBC.ca

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    No ice is safe ice, Toronto police remind residents on warm Family Day weekend
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    "No ice is safe ice," Toronto police are reminding residents as the sun shines and temperatures climb well above zero. Const. Corey Smith, spokesperson for Toronto Police Service's Marine Unit, said Sunday that ice over ponds and larger bodies of water ...
  • Two charged after apartment explosion - Toronto Sun

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    Two charged after apartment explosion
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    Two Toronto residents are facing charges after allegedly causing an explosion while making drugs in a Parkdale apartment. Emergency personnel were called to 105 West Lodge Ave., near Seaforth Ave., around 3:30 p.m. Saturday, after an explosion ...
    2 suspects charged in Toronto apartment building explosionCTV News
    Parkdale explosion caused by chemicals used to produce drugs: policeCBC.ca
    'Building shook' in suspected drug lab exp
  • Preview: Toronto at Carolina - Pension Plan Puppets

    Preview: Toronto at Carolina
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    A couple of weeks ago, and I'd have called this game a battle for the wild card, but the Hurricanes have simply sunk in the standings. They seem hopelessly out of it, but then Buffalo did a couple of weeks ago too. Now Toronto is in a mess of teams all ...
  • Schools in Toronto's at-risk neighbourhoods improving - Toronto Sun

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    Schools in Toronto's at-risk neighbourhoods improving
    Toronto Sun
    There are more declining schools than there are improving in this year's Fraser Institute Secondary School Report Card, but 10 out of 16 — over 60% — of the ones that are steadily scoring higher are in Toronto, and of those, half are in “priority” ...
    Toronto secondary schools showing mixed progress: Fraser Institute reportGlobalnews.caall 9 news articles »
  • Saturday sunshine in Toronto broke daily record - Toronto Star

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    Saturday sunshine in Toronto broke daily record
    Toronto Star
    There didn't seem to be any complaints about the weather around Toronto. Some went ice skating in t-shirts at Nathan Phillips Square, while others lined-up just to get into High Park. (Richard Lautens/Toronto Star). By Andrej Ivanov Staff Reporter. Sun ...
  • Jays' skipper sees big things ahead for Devon Travis - Toronto Sun

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    Jays' skipper sees big things ahead for Devon Travis
    Toronto Sun
    DUNEDIN -- Blue Jays manager John Gibbons can often leave writers scratching their heads when he delivers his Texas good ol' boy jargon and home-spun witicisms. But his words were loud and clear to everyone on Saturday. Gibbons let it be known that ...
    Toronto Blue Jays: Josh Donaldson Awaits Result of MRI on Right CalfTip of the Towerall 33 news articles »
  • Toronto just crushed a February high temperature record - CBC.ca

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    Toronto just crushed a February high temperature record
    CBC.ca
    With Saturday's high of 11.6 C, ​Toronto just crushed a February high temperature record set back in 2011. The previous record-setting temperature for Feb. 18 was 10.8 C at Pearson International Airport. Trudy Kidd, a meterologist with Environment ...
  • Police investigate anti-Muslim rally outside Toronto mosque as possible hate crime - CBC.ca

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    Police investigate anti-Muslim rally outside Toronto mosque as possible hate crime
    CBC.ca
    Police are investigating whether an anti-Islam rally held on the doorstep of a mosque in the heart of downtown Toronto Friday had any criminal element and whether it could be considered a hate crime. With signs of love and support plastered to its ...
    Anti-Islam protest in Toronto prompts spontaneous counter-protestToronto Star
    'Anti-Islamic' protesters demonstrate outside Toronto mosque calling for
  • 2 injured after explosion at Parkdale high-rise building - CBC.ca

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    2 injured after explosion at Parkdale high-rise building
    CBC.ca
    Two people are injured after an explosion at a high-rise apartment building in Parkdale. Toronto police Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook said calls started coming in about an explosion at the building at West Lodge and Seaforth Avenues around 3:25 p.m. on ...
    Explosion blows out windows of Parkdale apartmentToronto Starall 11 news articles »
  • Family Day 2017: What's open and closed in Toronto - CBC.ca

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    Family Day 2017: What's open and closed in Toronto
    CBC.ca
    It's the Family Day long weekend, and this year, the actual holiday will be a relatively warm day. It's going to be great weather to go outside. Environment Canada says the forecast calls for a high 3 C, which is above seasonal temperatures for this ...
    Family Day in Toronto: What to do and what's open/closedToronto Sun
    Here's what's open and closed in Toronto on Family Day 2017Toronto Starall 8 news articles »
  • Family Day 2017: What's open and closed in Toronto - CBC - CBC.ca

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    Family Day 2017: What's open and closed in Toronto - CBC
    CBC.ca
    It's the Family Day long weekend, and this year, the actual holiday will be a relatively warm day.
    Family Day in Toronto: What to do and what's open/closed | Toronto ...Toronto Sun
    Here's what's open and closed in Toronto on Family Day 2017Toronto Starall 9 news articles »
  • Sunday game preview: Toronto Maple Leafs at Carolina Hurricanes - Toronto Star

    Toronto Star
    Sunday game preview: Toronto Maple Leafs at Carolina Hurricanes
    Toronto Star
    If Leafs centre Nazem Kadri is matched up against Carolina's Jeff Skinner, it will be a solid challenge. Skinner, one of the better skaters in the Eastern Conference, scored Carolina's lone goal in a 2-1 overtime loss to Colorado Friday. That marked ...
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  • Turkish Airlines flight to Toronto evacuated after suspicious note seen in bathroom - CBC.ca

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    Turkish Airlines flight to Toronto evacuated after suspicious note seen in bathroom
    CBC.ca
    A Turkish Airlines plane in Istanbul was evacuated Saturday after a suspicious note was discovered in one of its bathrooms. The Turkish Airlines cabin crew found the words "BOMB TO TORONTO" on the bathroom's wall on Flight TK-17 during its pushback ...
    Turkish Airlines flight to Toronto evacuated after crew finds suspicious note in bathroomToronto Star
    Turkish Airlines flight to Toronto evacua
  • 'Sharkwater' director funeral in TO - Toronto Sun

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    'Sharkwater' director funeral in TO
    Toronto Sun
    TORONTO — A Toronto filmmaker who died while diving off the Florida coast was mourned by hundreds at his funeral today. Rob Stewart's body was found on Feb. 3 after a search lasting several days. He was 37. Family, friends and fans filled the pews and ...
    Hundreds attend funeral for Toronto filmmaker Rob StewartCBC.ca
    Hundreds turn out to mourn Toronto filmmaker, conservationist Rob StewartCityNews
    Funeral underway for Toron
  • Making a living in Toronto's dwindling music club scene - Toronto Sun

    Toronto Sun
    Making a living in Toronto's dwindling music club scene
    Toronto Sun
    He was in a band with a hit record at 14, but Sebastian Agnello says his occupation is “bar musician.” And he has 40-plus years of experience watching the Toronto bar scene's ups and (these days) downs. “Sinatra used to call himself a saloon singer. So ...
  • Hundreds attend funeral for Toronto filmmaker Rob Stewart - CBC.ca

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    Hundreds attend funeral for Toronto filmmaker Rob Stewart
    CBC.ca
    Hundreds are attending the Saturday funeral for Toronto filmmaker Rob Stewart, with many people wearing blue to honour the oceans that the late conservationist fought to protect. Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart found dead 'peacefully in the ocean'.
    'Sharkwater' director funeral in TOToronto Sun
    Hundreds turn out to mourn Toronto filmmaker, conservationist Rob StewartCityNews
    Funeral underway for Toronto filmmaker Rob St
  • 18-year-old male injured in shooting in Flemingdon Park area - CBC.ca

    CBC.ca
    18-year-old male injured in shooting in Flemingdon Park area
    CBC.ca
    Toronto police are investigating after an 18-year-old male was injured in a shooting on Friday night in the Flemingdon Park area. Const. Allyson Douglas-Cook, spokesperson for Toronto Police Service, said the incident occurred at about 6:25 p.m. near ...and more »
  • Toronto FC president Bill Manning a man of the people: 'I'm most proud of TFC's re-connection with our fans' - Toronto Sun

    Toronto Sun
    Toronto FC president Bill Manning a man of the people: 'I'm most proud of TFC's re-connection with our fans'
    Toronto Sun
    Bill Manning needs to be careful. He's brewing unheard-of expectations as the president of a major sports team in a city where fans are easily forgotten. At times, Toronto FC's top boss has been Rob Ford-like in his pursuit of “customer service ...
  • Wake up Toronto and tackle transportation: James - Toronto Star

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    Wake up Toronto and tackle transportation: James
    Toronto Star
    Toronto and region need a huge injection of cash for transportation, starting now, Royson James writes. To embrace tolls is to shake hands with the obvious — even if the solution is not perfect, Royson James writes. (RANDY RISLING / TORONTO STAR FILE ...
  • Capturing the 'vibe of Toronto' key for Queen West artist - CBC.ca

    CBC.ca
    Capturing the 'vibe of Toronto' key for Queen West artist
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    Toronto is the perfect muse for Queen West artist Tosh Jeffrey, and he doesn't have to go far to find his artistic inspiration. It's right outside his balcony. He has a perfect view of the CN Tower and the city's signature skyline from his apartment ...
  • Toronto, Victoria University at odds over tax-free land - The Globe and Mail

    Toronto, Victoria University at odds over tax-free land
    The Globe and Mail
    A 26-storey luxury rental-apartment complex, under construction just steps from Toronto's so-called Mink Mile of high-end shops along Bloor Street West, will offer residents a 24/7 concierge, a professionally designed fitness studio and an “in-house ...
  • Pride Toronto hires its first black female executive director - The ... - The Globe and Mail

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    Pride Toronto hires its first black female executive director - The ...
    The Globe and Mail
    Pride Toronto has hired Olivia Nuamah as its new executive director, the first time the organization has appointed a black woman to the role.
    Pride Toronto names Olivia Nuamah its new executive director - CBCCBC.ca
    Pride Toronto names Olivia Nuamah as executive director | Toronto ...Toronto Star
    Olivia Nuamah named as new Pride Toronto head | CP24.comCP24 Toronto's Breaking News
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