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Faces of Regent Park

Artist Dan Bergeron and his subject Jacob Sukhra, 11, help unveil the 'Faces of Regent Park' art installation on Friday.

Regent Park artwork features local faces

The road into Regent Park is now a little more welcoming with the addition of a series of portraits of those who call the neighbourhood...

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Greg Taylor

Greg Taylor is the co-founder of Steam Whistle Brewery, which celebrates 15 years on Friday, May 22.

Steam Whistle Brewery turns 15 in historic Roundhouse

While it may not have reached the legal drinking age itself – it falls four years shy of that goal – Steam Whistle Brewery has poured...

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Circus North comes to the Distillery District

Circus North comes to the Distillery District

A new festival of circus arts featuring body painting, buskers and the Twilight Masque Parade is coming to the Distillery Historic...

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Channel Jane Austen during Toronto festival devoted to her

Channel Jane Austen during Toronto festival devoted to her

The sights, sounds and tastes of Regency England will come to several historic buildings across the city with the Toronto Jane Austen...

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News | May 20, 2015
Central Tech mural

Groove & Graffiti gives students a chance to express themselves

Central Technical School students have a new mural at the school’s Borden Street exit thanks to a special partnership with...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | May 19, 2015

Free Camp Day helps Right to Play

The annual Free Camp Day for Right to Play is set to take place Saturday, May 23 in the port lands. The event, which is...

Beach Mirror
News | May 15, 2015

Canuck canines part of Letterman's legacy

Canadian canines go down in Letterman history with Stupid Pet Tricks

News | May 14, 2015
Apple

7 top blogs for April

Pets, health, tech were popular blogs in April. 1. Blogger Jasmine Sufi from Acutoronto’s 2013 blog about getting rid...

Beach Mirror
News | May 13, 2015
Harry Potter

7 books to get boys reading

It’s often hard to get boys to read. According to www.readingrockets.org/article/boys-and-books, boys said the reasons...

Beach Mirror
Community | May 12, 2015
Panjabi in Toronto

Panjabi in Toronto: 10 neighbourhoods where you're likely to hear it

Particularly in the northwest part of the city, but also in pockets in the northeast, Panjabi is a popular language in a...

InsideToronto.com
News | May 11, 2015
Mary Ann Grainger

Sculptor Mary Ann Grainger creates piece inspired by Malala Yousafzai

Mary Ann Grainger wanted one moment to last forever. However, it wasn’t a moment she experienced on her own. Rather, she...

City Centre Mirror | by Natalie Chu
News | May 07, 2015
Valley Halla

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...

Scarborough Mirror | by Larry Noonan

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