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Oct 01, 2015 | Add Comment | City Centre Mirror

THE CITY: Filion book seeks to explain Rob Ford phenomena

Rob Ford is a gift to storytellers, no doubt about it. From the time he stumbled into the...

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News | Oct 01, 2015

BUT SERIOUSLY: A checklist for Blue Jays fans

There are still a few regular season games to play, but Jays fans sound like they’re already in fine playoff form. If you...

York Guardian | by Jamie Wayne
Letters | Sep 29, 2015

Reader hopes series on dementia paves the way for a cultural shift in our concept of the disease

To the editor: Re: ‘Senior + Dementia Series,’ Sept. 24. Please allow me to commend your publication for exploring...

Scarborough Mirror
Columns | Sep 29, 2015

TOinTRANSIT: Bike repair shops coming to 10 TTC stations

Cyclists who need to quickly attend to a bike repair will now have the ability to do so right on TTC property. The TTC...

City Centre Mirror | by Rahul Gupta
Letters | Sep 25, 2015

Prevention of dementia needs to be addressed, reader says

To the editor: Re: ‘Seniors + Dementia,’ Special Report, Sept. 24. I was happy to see dementia targeted at last in an...

Bloor West Villager
Columns | Sep 24, 2015
David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: The good and the bad of term limits for councillors

It should hardly come as a surprise that Beaches-East York Councillor Mary-Margaret McMahon wasn’t able to summon more than...

City Centre Mirror
News | Sep 24, 2015

BUT SERIOUSLY: The unmistakable signs of Blue Jays fever

1. Upset tummy Losing an unimaginable one in a row will do it to you every time. 2. Sweaty palms You can thank the...

York Guardian | by Jamie Wayne
News | Sep 17, 2015

BUT SERIOUSLY: Taking a stroll down TIFF’s memory lane

It’s hard to believe this is already the 40th edition of TIFF. Time sure flies by when you’re star-gazing. In honour of...

York Guardian | by Jamie Wayne
Editorial | Sep 17, 2015

EDITORIAL: Mark 35 years of the Terry Fox Run by taking part locally

When Terry Fox began his Marathon of Hope in St. John’s, Newfoundland on April 12, 1980, there was little fanfare and not...

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