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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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Critter Pigs

Critter Pigs

CRITTER CHATTER: Shih tzu seeks a friendly lap to cuddle in

In this month’s column you’ll meet Charlie, a shih tzu who is looking for a lap to cuddle in, and Alvin and Shadow, two social guinea pigs...

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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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Trees and branches down at Laughlin Park in York in January. This Saturday, Lowe's locations in York and Scarborough are hosting tree giveaways.

Lowe’s tree giveaway aims to replace ice storm devastation

With December’s ice storm destroying much of Toronto’s tree canopy, Lowe’s Canada is giving away 1,000 red maples in Toronto to help...

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James Forcillo (left) arrives at court with his wife Irina in Toronto on Tuesday April 22 , 2014. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

Preliminary hearing begins in Sammy Yatim case

Preliminary hearing begins for officer charged in shooting death of Toronto teen

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Downsview Park

Toronto Councillor Maria Augimeri (York Centre-Ward 9), left , and Torontro mayoral candidate and former Downsview Park chairman David Soknacki attend an media conference on Monday in the park to promote the idea of turning the park over to the city and stopping further development on the site.

New worries sparked over Downsview Park

Two new issues concerning Downsview Park have both reawakened community fears about the future of the park and renewed demands to halt...

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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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Apr 22, 2014

Woman finds snake on washroom floor in Lawrence and Victoria Park avenues apartment

A North York woman got a fright when she encountered a snake in her bathroom at about 3 a.m. Tuesday, April 22. The...

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Apr 21, 2014

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...

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Apr 21, 2014

‘Secret memo’ shows Downsview Park should be in City of Toronto hands, Councillor Maria Augimeri says

A “secret memo” reveals the federal government was at one point considering giving Downsview Park to the city, York Centre...

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Metro Toronto Police Services Staff Sgt Dave Rydzik, Bob Clark (ret) Superintendent and Dave Vickers Inspector had their silver locks removed for the Canadian Cancer Society at Yorkdale Saturday afternoon as part of the 18th. Cops for Cancer which has raised $850,000 to date.

IN PICTURES: Cops for Cancer at...

Metro Toronto Police Services Staff Sgt Dave...

The Harlem Globetrotters' Herbert 'Flight Time' Lang passes the ball to Earl Haig Secondary School Grade 9 student Nuri Lee during a visit to the school Monday by the world renowned basketball team in support of Earl Haig's 30 Hour Famine. (Apr. 7

Harlem Globetrotters visit Earl...

The Harlem Globetrotters' Herbert 'Flight Time'...

Sarah Fairley, left, Claire Ricci and Michael Shelbourn prepare for tea time during National Tartan Day activities at the Gibson House Museum on Sunday.

IN PICTURES: Tartan Teatime at...

Sarah Fairley, left, Claire Ricci and Michael...

Danny Woodard moves the puck for Team Pacific.

Courage Canada National Blind...

Danny Woodard moves the puck for Team Pacific.

Olympic silver medalist Patrick Chan makes a visit to  Earl Haig Secondary School Friday.

IN PICTURES: Olympic medalist...

Olympic silver medalist Patrick Chan makes a visit...

Neshat (Haji Firooz) performs during Iranian New Year celebrations in Mel Lastman Square on Tuesday.

IN PICTURES: Iranian Festival of...

Neshat (Haji Firooz) performs during Iranian New...

Ripley's Aquarium of Canada

Toronto Wildlife Centre Webcam

Layar: An Introduction

OLYMPIC SPOTLIGHT: Karen Cockburn

Allen Road/Sheppard Avenue Traffic...

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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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