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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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Top row: Canadian Brass members Chuck Daellenbach (tuba), and Christopher Coletti (trumpet); Bottom row: Achilles Liarmakopoulos (trombone), Caleb Hudson (trumpet) (at the bottom) and Bernhard Scully (horn).

Canadian Brass founding member Chuck Daellenbach on home turf in upcoming Mooredale Concert

After a career spanning more than 40 years that has seen him play venues around the world, Canadian Brass tuba player and founding member...

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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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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, right, and provincial Transportation Minister Glen Murray announce a proposal Thursday that would introduce frequent, all day express train service to the GO Transit rail network which would be faster than TTC subway service.

Premier Wynne announces GO-ing electric for express train service

A transportation proposal unveiled Thursday, April 17, by the province for frequent express GO train service promises faster travel than...

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Dr. Robert Madan, left, with Evelyn Burns-Weinrib.

Senior who attempted suicide funds Baycrest mental health website

After Evelyn Burns-Weinrib tried to commit suicide three years ago at the age of 78, she turned for treatment and counselling at North...

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THE CITY: Pre-election transit promises sweet, but prospects bleak

THE CITY: Pre-election transit promises sweet, but prospects bleak

In the politics of commuting in Toronto, there is nothing quite as heartbreaking as a transit plan near the eve of an election. The promise...

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TORONTO -- Christine Elliott touches the casket of her late husband at the state funeral for the Jim Flaherty in Toronto on Wednesday, April 16. April 16, 2014.

Dignitaries fill St. James for Flaherty funeral

DURHAM -- The funeral procession for Jim Flaherty wound its way through downtown Whitby Wednesday afternoon bound for Toronto for the state...

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St. Jane Frances student Gonzalo Lascano presents a basket of cranes to Sick Kids ambassadors during a ceremony to launch the 2014 Meagan's Walk campaign at Sick Kids Hospital. (Apr. 15, 2014)

SickKids welcomes thousands of origami cranes to launch annual Meagan’s Walk

Students from schools from across the GTA dropped by the Hospital for Sick Children, presenting thousands of origami cranes to young brain...

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Apr 17, 2014

Hydro pole blamed for Tuesday power outage in west-end Toronto and Mississauga

You can blame a misplaced hydro pole for the power outage that left more than 100,000 people in the dark the night of...

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Apr 17, 2014

Thousands expected at Rob Ford’s mayoral launch party at the Toronto Congress Centre

Mayor Rob Ford, first out of the gate Jan. 2 to register for re-election, will launch his campaign tonight. Thousands of...

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Apr 17, 2014

EDITORIAL: What transit vision will resonate with voters?

How to pay for transit expansion – it’s the multi-billion-dollar question. Speaking at the Toronto Region Board of Trade...

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Danny Woodard moves the puck for Team Pacific.

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Danny Woodard moves the puck for Team Pacific.

Members of the St. Andrews Pipes and Drums make their way down Yonge Street during the St. Patrick's Day parade Sunday.

St. Patrick's Day Parade

Members of the St. Andrews Pipes and Drums make...

Chris Puranen of Central Technical School works on an electrical problem as he competes in the Toronto Automotive Technology Competition at the Canadian International AutoShow Thursday morning. (Feb. 13, 2014)

IN PICTURES: Toronto students...

Chris Puranen of Central Technical School works on...

Joycelyn Darfor of Thornhill delivered a baby girl, Gracie, at 3:55 a.m., at Etobicoke General Hospital.

IN PICTURES: Toronto's first babies...

Joycelyn Darfor of Thornhill delivered a baby...

Metroland Media Toronto's Colleen LeBlanc, right, and Cathie Orban bring Nicholas Josiah and his mother Brizia Sequeira some holiday cheer at the Scarborough Hospital-Birchmount campus.

Beary Merry Christmas

Metroland Media Toronto's Colleen LeBlanc, right,...

Viktor Adamovsky clears a tree limb for a neighbour in the Kingsway/Kingsgrove area after the ice storm that hit Toronto over the weekend. December 22,2013

Toronto Ice Storm 2013

Viktor Adamovsky clears a tree limb for a...

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Apr 17, 2014

BUT SERIOUSLY: A solution for long tax lineups

So I dropped into one of the locations of well-known preparer Read My Lips, Yes Taxes on Sunday afternoon and grabbed my...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Jamie Wayne