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Proponents of a new development proposal say Wasaga Beach needs a "bold" step" after a steady decline in tourists in recent years.
10 hours ago | Add Comment | Hamilton Spectator

Can Wasaga Beach find its way out of the shade?

Betsy Powell

A new proposal to revive the town’s fortunes has sparked division at city hall.

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Pets and Animals | Jan 20, 2017 launches in Toronto

GoFetch, new Canada-wide "Airbnb for dogs," launches in Toronto

Finding someone to watch or walk your dog can be difficult and stressful for pet owners. Enter GoFetch, a new website that...

East York Mirror | by Tara Hatherly
Business | Jan 12, 2017
All-day breakfst comes to McDonald's Canada

McDonald’s Canada offers all-day breakfast at some restaurants

McDonald’s Canada has started offering all-day breakfast at some of its restaurants across the country, the company...

Beach Mirror
Opinion | Jan 12, 2017
Edges of Toronto

EDGES OF TORONTO: Are our hookah lounges that much of a health threat?

Is there a limit to what the City of Toronto can do to keep you safe? Karim Raja Fallah and Maher Hamarneh think so. Both...

East York Mirror | by Mike Adler
News | Jan 07, 2017
Finances and newlyweds

LIST: 6 franchise opportunities for Toronto entrepreneurs on a budget

Dreaming of owning a business? There are around 3,500 Tim Hortons restaurants and kiosks in Canada, and more than 3,000...

York Guardian
News | Dec 19, 2016
Skittles Pawn Shop

Sour over a gift? Turn it into something sweet at Skittles Pawn Shop

Skittles is bringing back its pawnshop, giving Torontonians a chance once again to trade in their unwanted gifts in exchange...

City Centre Mirror | by Justin Skinner
Business | Dec 16, 2016
New super car

1st new Ford GT super car rolls off line in Markham

Vehicle with twin-turbocharged, 600-horsepower engine costs $450K and was built in Markham by Multimatic Inc.

Markham Economist & Sun | by Amanda Persico
Dec 15, 2016

Toronto startup helps divert coffee pods from local landfills

GoJava is a Toronto coffee delivery and recycling company that's come up with a unique solution to the coffee pod dilemma. By...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment | by Cynthia Reason
Dec 01, 2016

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 an expiry date for...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
Nov 29, 2016

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 | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Nov 22, 2016

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 | Add Comment | by Dominik Kurek
Nov 02, 2016

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 | Add Comment | by Justin Skinner
Oct 24, 2016

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 | Add Comment | by Peter Goffin
Oct 12, 2016

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 | Add Comment | by Mike Adler
Oct 11, 2016

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...

City Centre Mirror | Add Comment
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

King Connection | Add Comment
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...

Etobicoke Guardian | Add Comment

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