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Toronto's diversity makes it a hotbed for passionate soccer fans. So visit us for all the latest World Cup news and information and let your pride show!

WORLD CUP 2014: Toronto fans proud of their soccer culture

Jump on the bandwagon and follow local events, culture and news of this summer's global tournament.

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Fiona Crean

City of Toronto ombudsman Fiona Crean makes her address during a media conference held Tuesday at City Hall, regarding newly tabled legislation at Queen's Park that proposes an extension of the duties of her provincial counterpart to include school boards, universities and municipalities.

Ombudsman cites ‘abject failure of leadership’ at Toronto Community Housing

Toronto Community Housing’s senior staff operated in “a climate of fear” because of inconsistent hiring and firing practices that came with...

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Ombudsman

City of Toronto Ombudsman Fiona Crean will release a report on Toronto Community Housing management practices on Tuesday, April 22.

Ombudsman’s report on Toronto Community Housing management practices to be released Tuesday

Toronto’s Ombudsman will be releasing the results of an investigation into management practices at Toronto Community Housing on Tuesday,...

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Weston Bakery

The Weston Bakery facility at Eastern and Logan avenues officially closed its doors at the of March. The two sites, which includes the bakery and a parking lot, are expected to be redeveloped into condos, townhomes.

End of an era in Leslieville as Weston shuts down Eastern Avenue bakery

The days of mouth-watering aromas of fresh baking bread in Leslieville have come to an end. A neighbourhood fixture and place of...

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David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: Political recall legislation tempting for Torontonians

THE CITY: Political recall legislation tempting for Torontonians

On Wednesday, Toronto’s executive committee will be debating a notion that has probably occurred to everyone in Toronto since 2010, and has...

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golf

Maggi Moran chips her ball onto the green during a round of golf Wednesday at the Don Valley Golf Course.

City of Toronto golf courses set to reopen

Believe it or not, 2014’s biting cold is finally coming to an end. And the City of Toronto is encouraging residents to spend their first...

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Leslieville BIA launches cheeky ad campaign to help businesses survive TTC construction

The Leslieville Business Improvement Area (BIA), with the support of the TTC, is doing something a little different to draw shoppers to the...

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Brandon Pirri

Beach born and raised Brandon Pirri scored his first NHL goal in a 3-2 shootout loss to St Louis on Oct. 17. On Oct. 19 he added a goal and an assist in a 3-1 win over the visiting Toronto Maple Leafs and was first star on NHL.com. He split his high school years between Birchmount Park Collegiate and Vaughan Road Academy.

Beach native Brandon Pirri wintering in Florida - but it’s no vacation

Beach native Brandon Pirri completed his first full season in the National Hockey League taking a regular shift, thanks to a late-season...

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Apr 18, 2014

Lead a Jane’s Walk in your neighbourhood next month

Join Jane’s Walk Festival Toronto early next month. The local movement of free, locally led walking tours inspired by...

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Apr 17, 2014

Union-Pearson Express air rail link first service slated for electrification: Metrolinx boss

Converting the Union-Pearson (UP) Express air rail link to an electric train service will be the first step toward...

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Apr 17, 2014

East-end artists participate in show titled Art Relating to Architecture

Two east-end artists – Leslieville resident Alex Contini and East York resident Anna Narday – are featured in a new exhibit...

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Aibhlin Bradley, 3, applauds the affair along the route of the Toronto Beaches Lions Easter Parade April 20.

Toronto Beaches Lions Easter Parade

Aibhlin Bradley, 3, applauds the affair along the...

Lorraine Daigle displays lanterns for sale during Earth Hour events at Kew Gardens March 29.

Earth Hour

Lorraine Daigle displays lanterns for sale during...

Danny Woodard moves the puck for Team Pacific.

Courage Canada National Blind...

Danny Woodard moves the puck for Team Pacific.

James Reimer makes a save during the Toronto Maple Leafs' outdoor practice at Greenwood Rink Feb. 21.

Toronto Maple Leafs at Greenwood...

James Reimer makes a save during the Toronto Maple...

Dante Alighieri Academy's Ineffable troupe performs Game of Puppets by choreographers Domenique Bocale and Stefany Goncalves during the Toronto Catholic District School Board Dance Festival held Saturday evening at the Cardinal Carter Academy for the Arts.

IN PICTURES: TCDSB Dance Festival

Dante Alighieri Academy's Ineffable troupe...

Wendy Leung and her daughter, eight-month-old Nora Murphy, join the Chinese New Year celebrations along Gerrard Avenue in East Chinatown Feb. 2.

Celebrating Chinese New Year

Wendy Leung and her daughter, eight-month-old Nora...

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Apr 17, 2014

Man arrested in connection with two east-end child luring incidents

Toronto police made an arrest on Tuesday, April 15, in connection with two suspicious incidents in the city’s east end where...

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