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2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

News and information on the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games in Toronto.

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Transit Project

THE TRANSIT PROJECT

THE TRANSIT PROJECT

Your online portal to help you get around the city. Find up-to-date reports on transit projects by geography and commuter type for your...

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Listed Toronto

LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

From quirky or obscure details to hard-hitting facts, learn about your city through this list of lists.

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7 tips to help prevent commercial thefts

7 tips to help prevent commercial thefts

7 tips to help prevent commercial thefts

There have been a number of break-ins at Dundas Street West businesses recently, promoting a meeting between the local business improvement...

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Wayne Marlon Jones

Scarborough pastor, Wayne Marlon Jones, faces an additional two counts of sexual assault.

Scarborough pastor, Wayne Marlon Jones, faces two more counts of sexual assault

A Scarborough pastor who is facing sex assault and fraud charges has now been charged with an additional two counts of sexual assault....

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Black History Month

Black in Toronto columnists talks the history of Black History Month.

BLACK IN TORONTO: Black History Month began as Negro History Week

Canada did not always celebrate Black History Month. Black History Month began with Carter G. Woodson, an African-American, who felt...

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Stuff for sale

Councillor Rob Ford's football Tie is up for sale on ebay, along with other personal items.

Rob Ford sells personal items on eBay to support cancer research

Former mayor Rob Ford says that all of the money he gets from selling off a bizarre collection of personal items on eBay will be going to...

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Mouth of the Rouge River

Rouge National Urban Park external relations manager Omar McDadi, left, and Park Superintendent Pam Veinotte stand by the mouth of the Rouge River in Scarborough. The site is part of the future Rouge National Urban Park that the province has been refusing to hand over to federal ownership.

Parks Canada hires wardens to protect Rouge Park

In the rural Markham hamlet of Cedar Grove are two federal men, hired to carry sidearms and roam around the Rouge National Urban Park....

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Is the Acai Berry the new co-enzyme CoQ10, asks Tao of Wellness blogger

The acai berry is composed of antioxidants, hundreds of times more than any other fruit, as well as...

Hashtag AirBuds spends a 23-hour layover exploring Helsinki, Finland

As much as I love Toronto, not much can compete with the beauty of a Scandinavian country; the...

Enjoy Man Candy and Cupcakes cookbook, Toronto Sushi Festival 2015, ProteinBake and other Food News

Whether it's a new product or cooking technique Food News is the place to turn. Have an idea, email...

Consolidated Credit helps you invest the money you are saving at the gas pumps

In January, Sal Guatieri, an economist at BMO, calculated that Canadians could expect to save about...

Tips to help our pets during Toronto’s extreme cold weather

If it’s cold, snowing, or icy outside, we really need to think about our pets and how the weather...

HEALTH - Living Light suggests you record your fitness and nutrition progress in order to see results

I had a wonderful conversation with some colleagues and was reminded of such an important fitness...

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