You Never Can Tell
Sara Jackson as Dolly Clandon and Stephen Vani as Philip Clandon while Heather Goodall as Mrs. Clandon looks on in You Never Can Tell by George...
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FRONT ROW CENTRE: Catch Stage Center Production’s version of George Bernard Shaw’s You Never Can Tell

Mark Andrew Lawrence

Stage Center Productions wraps up their 39th season with George Bernard Shaw’s early comedy You...

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People seem to falling all over themselves about the census. Sending out selfies doing the census. Tweeting about how happy...

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WATCHDOG: Alternatives to pesticides make gardens bloom

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BUT SERIOUSLY: Victoria Day long weekend kicks off summer

Summer doesn’t actually arrive until June 20 this year, but all week long I’ve been hearing that the Victoria Day long...

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May 17, 2016

THE CITY: Toronto councillors need to grow up when it comes to raising money to sustain the city

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May 17, 2016

TOinTransit: Apple invests in Uber’s rival in ride-sharing industry

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May 13, 2016

THE CITY: Toronto is lawless Deadwood as it deals with more than 100 marijuana dispensaries

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MILLENNIAL MIND: Change is a predictable part of life

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