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Apr 13, 2015 | Add Comment | Beach Mirror

THE CITY: Tory’s set to tackle our raccoon scourge once and for all

David Nickle

I’m going to go out on a limb, as it were, and take the side of incautious optimism, in assessing...

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News | Apr 16, 2015

DESI DIALOGUES: Narendra Modi is first prime minister of India since Indira Gandhi to visit Canada

More than 10,000 South Asian Indo-Canadians flocked to Toronto’s Ricoh Coliseum Wednesday evening to meet the Prime Minister...

Scarborough Mirror
Editorial | Apr 16, 2015

EDITORIAL: Recognition of community service a potential win-win

Volunteer recognition: it’s important, but doesn’t need to be expensive. As we’re in the midst of National Volunteer...

City Centre Mirror
News | Apr 16, 2015

NORTH YORK ARTS IN BRIEF: Watch a classic silent film on the big screen

St. John’s York Mills Anglican Church is presenting The Navigator, a 1924 comedy starring Buster Keaton as a wealthy and...

North York Mirror
News | Apr 16, 2015

PAN AM COLUMN: City hall celebrates next block of ticket sale with demonstration and speakers

City hall celebration today The next block of tickets to the Pan Am Games went on sale today. To kick off the...

York Guardian | by Michele McLean
News | Apr 16, 2015

BUT SERIOUSLY: NHL draft lottery is McMust-see viewing

While 16 NHL team battle it out for the Stanley Cup, the consolation trophy for the 14 clubs that didn’t qualify is nothing...

York Guardian | by Jamie Wayne
News | Apr 16, 2015

THE CITY: Council only has two choices when it comes to future of Gardiner Expressway

Ah, what a relief! Councillor Jaye Robinson and Mayor John Tory and with any luck a voting majority of Toronto Council are...

City Centre Mirror
News | Apr 15, 2015

FRONT ROW CENTRE: ‘West Side Story’ brings feuding gangs to North York stage

When West Side Story exploded on Broadway in the fall of 1957, there was unending praise for its cohesive mix of music,...

North York Mirror | by Mark Andrew Lawrence
Letters | Apr 09, 2015

LETTER: Weak Rouge Park legislation disappoints Scarborough MPP Duguid

To the editor: As a Scarborough resident and as someone who has fought to protect the Rouge Valley for over 25 years, I...

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