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Cabbagetown Farmers' Market
Mallory Hilkewich, left, Andrew Wilson, Mischa Hamara and Ashley organized the reopening of the Cabbagetown Farmers' Market at Riverdale Park West.
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Riverdale Farm welcomes Cabbagetown Farmers’ Market

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When the Riverdale Farm Farmers’ Market drew to a close after a challenging 2014, it appeared the...

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Roncesvalles business tapping into hidden potential of maple syrup

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7 top blogs for May at insidetoronto.com

Toronto Wildlife Centre’s Julia Coey’s article about dispelling spring myths was the top blog for May. More than 1,000...

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7 top blogs for April

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Mayor Tory joins in Food Truck Freedom Day celebrations

Food trucks may not be entirely emancipated under Toronto’s new rules governing where and when they might operate, but Mayor...

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STORIES FROM ROUGE PARK: Valley Halla, the house of Roman Meal bread and Dr. Robert G. Jackson

In 1914, when Dr. Robert G. Jackson M.D. was in his 40s, he developed a severe case of arthritis (probably rheumatoid...

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Panamania a union of athletics and artistry

While the impressive feats of athletes from across the Americas will be front and centre when the Toronto 2015 Pan...

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Joanna Sable talks oil – olive and sesame – and offers Olive Oil Spice Tea Cake and green beans and pork recipes

By Joanna Sable Lately I have been thinking about oil. Yes, it started out with me thinking about frying and fried...

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City of Toronto looking for residents’ recipes for The Local Dish

The city is asking residents to share their recipes, using a local star ingredient each month, to build Toronto’s largest...

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Davisville Jr PS create mural for Appletree farmers’ market in June Rowlands Park

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