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News | Jan 09, 2017
Canada 150 Play List

Get active for Canada 150 with the ParticipACTION Play List

With Canada celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation, ParticipACTION has come up with its 150 Play List, which...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Jan 05, 2017

Volunteers needed when Toronto hosts North American Indigenous Games

The 2017 North American Indigenous Games (NAIG) is looking for more than 2,000 volunteers when Toronto hosts the event this...

Beach Mirror
News | Jan 04, 2017
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Leafs organization celebrates grassroots hockey with outdoor events

Following a thrilling Centennial Classic win at BMO Field, the Toronto Maple Leafs' organization is hosting a series of...

City Centre Mirror
News | Jan 04, 2017
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Volunteers needed when Toronto hosts North American Indigenous Games

Official Venue Partners of the Toronto 2017 NAIG are: 3-D Archery: Hamilton Angling and Hunting Association Athletics:...

Beach Mirror
WhatsOn | Dec 28, 2016
Greenwood Park skating rink

Celebrate Maple Leafs' centennial at Greenwood Park

Greenwood Park will be the place to be on Thursday, Jan. 5 as the Toronto Maple Leafs come to Leslieville as part of their...

Beach Mirror
News | Dec 28, 2016
Discounted ski admission

Ski and snowboard deal for Grade 4 and 5 students includes Toronto ski hills

The Canadian Ski Council is making it easier for youngsters to enjoy the winter by offering a SnowPass deal for Grade 4 and 5...

North York Mirror
Hockey | Dec 16, 2016

Sidney Crosby brings talk of 50 in 50 back to NHL

The goal-a-game milestone hasn't been reached in the NHL in the last two decades

OurWindsor.Ca | by Mark Zwolinski
News | Dec 13, 2016
Penny Oleksiak

Beach swim star Penny Oleksiak awarded Lou Marsh Trophy

A teenage swimming phenom from the Beach neighbourhood has been named Canada’s top athlete. Penny Oleksiak, who earned a...

East York Mirror
Soccer | Dec 11, 2016
Disappointing defeat

Despite tough loss, Toronto FC fans stand by their team

Mayor John Tory, U-Sector supporters club express pride in team's performance

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