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A sculpture of Hercules, part of 'The Garden of the Greek Gods' collection of sculptures by the late E.B. Cox, during the expansion of Musik nightclub's patio.

The cost to fix 10 Greek Gods sculptures on Muzik nightclub property will be $55,000

Fifty-five thousand dollars is the cost to fix the high-priority damages to 10 Greek Gods sculptures created by the late E. B. Cox, which...

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Hana's Suitcase Holocaust

Students from St Ambrose Catholic School, Father John Redmond Secondary School and Christ The King gathered at St Ambrose for an assembly presentation by 87-year-old Holocaust survivor George Brady. Brady is pictured with teacher Carla Ursini and her Grade 6 class during the assembly. (May 4, 2015)

Story of Hana’s Suitcase reveals the Holocaust to Grade 6 students for the first time

Back in March, Carla Ursini asked her sixth grade class at St. Ambrose Catholic School in Etobicoke if any of them were familiar with the...

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David Gottardo

David Gottardo is wanted by police in south Etobicoke’s 22 Division on charges of: two counts of fraud under $5,000; two counts of unauthorized use of credit card data; possession of an identity document; and two counts of fail to comply probation.

David Gottardo wanted on fraud charges by 22 Division police

This week’s Catch 22 most wanted is 49-year-old David Gottardo. Gottardo is wanted by police in south Etobicoke’s 22 Division on...

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Imelda Mel Saluma

Imelda Mel Saluma, 46, has been arrested in a $2.3 million immigration fraud investigation.

More charges in immigration fraud probe of North York agency

A woman arrested last February in an immigration fraud investigation now faces more charges. Police said “a large number of people” were...

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Students in Cheri DiNovo’s Girls Government tackle GMO issue

Students in Cheri DiNovo’s Girls Government tackle GMO issue

This year’s members of Parkdale-High Park MPP Cheri DiNovo’s Girls Government program, comprised of Grade 8 students from local schools,...

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Audra Cowe

Audra Cowe, a Junction resident, treats a child in the Naya Bazaar neighbourhood of Kathmandu in the days after the quake. Cowe has been in Nepal for the past four months volunteering for an organization called Prisoners Assistance Nepal. She was there when the earthquake hit. Unhurt, she pitched in with disaster relief efforts. Her parents and friends are raising money here at home as well.

Junction woman tending to the injured in aftermath of Nepal earthquake

Junction resident Audra Cowe said she remained in shock the first two days following the magnitude 7.8 earthquake that struck Nepal last...

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Olive Oil Spice Tea Cake

Joanna Sable bakes up Olive Oil Spice Tea Cake, a recipe courtesy of Raelene Gannon from Tea and All Its Splendour.

Joanna Sable talks oil – olive and sesame – and offers Olive Oil Spice Tea Cake and green beans and pork recipes

By Joanna Sable Lately I have been thinking about oil. Yes, it started out with me thinking about frying and fried foods, but I...

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Toronto Maple Leafs

The Hamilton Cardinals' Kyle Gappa, left, slides safely into second base under the tag attempt by The Toronhto Maple Leafs' Connor Lewis Jr. during Intercounty Baseball League action at Dominico Field in Christie Pits on Sunday. The Leafs went on to win the season opening game 13-1.

Maple Leafs win IBL home opener, back at home Sunday, May 10

An estimated crowd of almost 1,200 fans were treated to a one hitter at Dominico Field at Christie Pits Sunday afternoon as the Maple Leafs...

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Joanna Sable talks oil – olive and sesame – and offers Olive Oil Spice Tea Cake and green beans and pork recipes

Lately I have been thinking about oil. Yes, it started out with me thinking about frying and fried...

Toronto Wildlife Centre dispels spring wildlife myths including why baby birds are often found outside their nests

This time of year is great for wildlife lovers. Migrating birds are arriving back, hibernating...

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May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month, and to celebrate, the people at...

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Toronto Fashion Hunt celebrates the 10th anniversary of FAT - Fashion Art Toronto - with runway shows, performance art and new pop-up shop

In the past decade, FAT has not only presented more than 400 runway shows, but showcased a broad...

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