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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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Premier Kathleen Wynne addresses the Toronto Region Board of Trade during a luncheon at the Royal York hotel Monday. Wynne announced the Liberal's Moving Ontario Forward plan to invest $29 billion over the next 10 years in transportation funding across the province.

Province to dedicate more gas tax money towards transit funding

The Ontario government has pledged $15 billion to Greater Toronto transportation improvements over the next 10 years. The announcement...

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Ryan Hawken, left, Amer Dhahliwal, Curtis Smith, Kyle McVea and Angelo Moretti are the members of winning group on the television show, 'The Next Star Supergroup'. Hawken and Smith are from North York.

Ryan Hawken and Rebel Coast named SuperGroup

Less than 24 hours after his group was crowned the winner of YTV’s The Next Star: SuperGroup, Ryan Hawken has barely had a chance to catch...

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Comedian Jimmy Kimmel Skyped in to Rob Ford's Ford Nation show on Monday morning.

Jimmy Kimmel appears on Ford Nation YouTube

American talk show host Jimmy Kimmel Skyped into Ford Nation Monday, April 14, morning as promised, trading banter with Rob and Doug Ford...

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Winona Drive Public School students perform during the 25th anniversary of the Toronto District School Board's Panfest, on Thursday at the Bickford Centre.

Celebrate the steel pan sounds of the Caribbean with Toronto students

For the past 25 years, the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) has enriched its music programming by giving students a taste of the...

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THE CITY: Mayor shows rare moment of vulnerability in front of media

THE CITY: Mayor shows rare moment of vulnerability in front of media

The mayor had a rare, genuine moment Thursday, when word came that his family friend Jim Flaherty had died. In front of reporters and...

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The Canadian Wildlife Federation (CWF) host its fifth annual Walk for Wildlife, this year raising money to help the burrowing owl.

Canadian Wildlife Federation’s Walk for Wildlife raising funds to protect burrowing owl

Get out and explore Tommy Thompson Park, the trails at Evergreen Brick Works, the Humber Arboretum or any of Toronto’s other green spaces...

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A joint study by the city and TTC as well as Metrolinx is examining various solutions addressing present and future transit congestion, including the completion of a relief rapid transit line between the east-end and downtown.

Regional Relief Study consultations address subway congestion

East-end residents had their chance to take part in an ongoing public consultation studying how to relieve crippling levels of transit...

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Apr 10, 2014

UPDATE: Rob Ford remembers 'relentless fighter' Jim Flaherty

The death of former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty sent shockwaves through politicians and Torontonians who knew him...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by David Nickle
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Apr 10, 2014

Ceridian: Focus remains 'on health and well-being of our employees'

Three Ceridian employees remain in hospital one day after a stabbing incident took place at the company's North York offices...

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Apr 10, 2014

Jim Flaherty, former finance minister, dies

Former federal finance minister Jim Flaherty, the MP for Whitby-Oshawa, had died. Reports indicate that Flaherty, 63,...

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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...

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Apr 10, 2014

TDSB: Scarborough trustee’s motion on nudity rules at Pride struck down

Several protesters attended the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) regular board meeting Wednesday, April 9, and jeered at...

York Guardian | Add Comment | by Clark Kim