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Screenshot of Airmiles.ca shows warning posted by the company advising of long wait times to trade in points. On Thursday, Dec. 1 the company...
Dec 01, 2016 | Add Comment | City Centre Mirror

LoyaltyOne reverses course on expired Air Miles points policy

The company responsible for operating Air Miles has pulled the plug on a contentious plan to create...

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News | Nov 29, 2016
Parking Spaces

John Tory wants to toll roads, leave Toronto's parking spots untapped

Toronto Mayor John Tory wants to toll Toronto's two busiest roads to get the city $200 million a year. But why did he choose...

City Centre Mirror | by Mike Adler
Business | Nov 22, 2016
Black Friday

Skip the big box store, avoid the lines this Black Friday: Toronto BIAs

While the malls and big box retailers fill up with shoppers this Black Friday, Toronto's outdoor markets have a response to...

Beach Mirror | by Dominik Kurek
News | Nov 02, 2016
Lil' Leafs bodysuit

Toronto newborns can get free Maple Leaf onesie this season

Fans of the Toronto Maple Leafs who have a baby born between Oct. 1, 2016 and April 31, 2017 can sign up to get a free Lil'...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
News | Oct 24, 2016
Old City Hall

No, Toronto's Old City Hall is not going to be turned into a parking garage

You can rest easy, Toronto. Contrary to a notice posted outside Old City Hall, the historical landmark is not being...

City Centre Mirror | by Peter Goffin
CityHall | Oct 12, 2016
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Majority of Torontonians want special tax on foreign home buyers, poll shows

Most Torontonians want to charge foreign buyers of city real estate a special tax, according to a poll commissioned by...

Scarborough Mirror | by Mike Adler
Technology | Oct 11, 2016
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Canadian Samsung Galaxy Note 7 still waiting to hear what they should do with their smartphones

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users in the United States are being told to shut off their phones and return them for a refund after...

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Sep 27, 2016

King City company fined $50,000 for role in fatal TTC construction accident

Advanced Construction Techniques Ltd. 2nd company found guilty in 2011 incident on Vaughan subway extension site

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Sep 27, 2016

Commercial sector invited to speak on Toronto police's plans to modernize force

The Toronto Police Service wants to hear from the commercial sector on its plans to modernize its force at a community...

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Sep 27, 2016

Tim Hortons Celebrates National Coffee Day by announcing its pay-it-forward cards of 10,000 free coffees in 10 days

It’s National Coffee Day and Tim Hortons is asking Canadians to let their kindness shine by helping share at least 10,000...

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Sep 22, 2016

Airbnb cutting into available rentals in city, Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives study shows

Most listing on the website in Toronto are for houses or condos, not shared homes

City Centre Mirror | 1 Comment | by Tess Kalinowski
Sep 21, 2016

Professionals Day returns to help internationally-trained immigrants find success in Toronto

One of Toronto’s largest career development events for immigrants returns to the city this Saturday, Sept. 24. More than...

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Sep 21, 2016

Should Toronto start taxing foreign home buyers, Councillor Jim Karygiannis asks

As its real estate market stays piping hot, a Toronto councillor is asking people whether the city should use...

Scarborough Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Sep 20, 2016

Lay's ramps up production of Swiss Chalet sauce flavoured chips

Swiss Chalet restaurants across Canada see huge demand for Lay's Chalet Sauce chips

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Sep 16, 2016

iPhone 7 Plus sold out worldwide, Apple reports

Apple iPhone 7 Plus sold out globally ahead of Sept. 16 release, the computer giant reports

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Jesse Winter
Sep 16, 2016

Jane and Finch start-up provides low cost computers to residents

A new social enterprise program run by young people is aiming to ensure residents of the Jane Street and Finch Avenue area...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Fannie Sunshine
Sep 13, 2016

Toronto Mayor John Tory says city's shrunken manufacturing sector is 'thriving'

We still make things in Toronto, and our manufacturing sector will continue to “thrive,” Mayor John Tory has told a business...

North York Mirror | Add Comment | by Mike Adler

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