The best and worst ways to do summer

The best and worst ways to do summer

The best and worst ways to do summer

Best 1. Hanging out with your best friend, feeling the wind in your hair.     2. Keeping her safe on the scary...

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Queens Drive Street Sale

The 28th annual Queens Drive Yard Sale is set for June 13.

Weston’s Queens Drive street sale expected to draw a crowd

The 28th annual Queens Drive yard sale in Weston is anticipated to draw a large crowd as more than 40 houses are participating in the...

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Aga Khan Park

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne shakes hands with His Highness the Aga Khan at the official opening of the Aga Khan Park on Monday, May 25, 2015.

New Aga Khan Park in North York officially open

Premier Kathleen Wynne joined His Highness the Aga Khan to officially open the new Aga Khan Park in North York Monday, May 25. Landscape...

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Tibet meeting

MP Peggy Nash, left, Toni Schweitzer and Irena Nikolova answer questions during a meeting held Tuesday by Nash's office to inform area residents of Tibetan origin of special immigration measures implemented by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

Parkdale MP Peggy Nash meets with local Tibetan community in aftermath of Nepal earthquake

About 100 concerned members from Parkdale’s Tibetan community gathered at May Robinson Auditorium at 20 West Lodge Ave. seeking answers to...

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Brooklyn Doran

Singer-songwriter Brooklyn Doran, 25, performs for the first time at this year's North by Northeast Music Festival, which takes place June 17-21. Doran performs June 17 at The Silver Dollar Room at 8 p.m.

Lover of Lansdowne, singer Brooklyn Doran prepares for first NXNE appearance

Singer-songwriter Brooklyn Doran has been singing for as long as she can remember, yet the 25-year- old has yet to experience that ‘I’m a...

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Christa Couture

Leslieville musician Christa Couture will play Monarch Tavern May 28.

Leslieville musician Christa Couture at Monarch Tavern May 28

Singer-songwriter Christa Couture is set to grace the stage at The Monarch Tavern, 12 Clinton St., on Thursday, May 28 during the fifth...

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Rotary Flame

Rotary Club of Toronto West members carried the Rotary Torch from Montgomery's Inn to Etobicoke Collegiate on Thursday. The torch is travelling around the world and represents the eradication of polio. Patti Wright president of the club carries the flame.

Rotary International brings torch run to Etobicoke to mark eradication of Polio

Rotary International’s End Polio Now torch came to Etobicoke Thursday. Rotary Club of Toronto West president Patti Wright carried the...

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Passmore Avenue shooting

Toronto police investigate at the scene of a shooting behind a strip mall on Passmore Avenue near Kennedy Road late Sunday night. One male was transported to hospital with a gunshot wound to the chest, while a second patient was treated for a wound to the hand.

Two people in hospital after being shot in the Kennedy and Passmore area

Two people were taken to hospital following a shooting in Scarborough Sunday, May 24. Police said the incident in the Kennedy Road and...

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Ottawa offers $239M for Akwesasne claim

Mohawk council must release all claim to disputed Quebec territory to get $239M

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Lawsuit over toddler's death will go to trial

Ont. government to face trial in lawsuit over toddler's death, judge rules

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Canada

Canada helps block UN anti-nukes plan

Canada helps block UN plan to rid world of nukes, citing defence of Israel

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Rexdale’s P.K. Subban leads Toronto’s NHL contingent in 2014-15 season

When it comes to Toronto’s contingent suiting up in the National Hockey League, Montreal Canadiens...

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TORONTO EVENTS: 5 things to look forward to this week (May 25-28)

Welcome to the last week of May, Toronto! Here's a list of 5 things to do this week (May 25-28). Be...

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Rotary Club of Toronto Beach hosts free movie for seniors

The Rotary Club of Toronto Beach is hosting a free movie for seniors on Thursday, May 28 at The Fox...

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Immigrant Employment Week events set for Scarborough

Immigrant Employment Week brings experts to Scarborough who can help immigrants succeed in Canadian...

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DESI DIALOGUES: Story of Aruna Shanbaug comes to end in Mumbai hospital

This week India, once again, made international headlines with one of the saddest stories on rape...

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Listen to your gut when it comes to eating at restauarants when you have allergies and special diets

For Celiac Awareness Month, which is in May, I thought I’d share my story about how I recently got...

Bring your Dog to Work Day is June 26, but Purina Toronto’s staff talk about the benefit of pets at work every day

On Friday, June 26, it’s the annual “Take your Dog to Work Day.” It can be an exciting time for...

Why senior dogs rock - Particularly Zab who is waiting for a new family at the Boxer Rescue Ontario

His name is Zab. He is eight years old with tons of grey hair, a very sweet personality and without...

Consolidated Credit helps graduating post-secondary students get out of debt

Unfortunately for many of today’s graduates, the diploma isn’t the only thing that they will carry...

4 practices you need to put in place today for a happier life

Daily practice of positive mental states like gratitude, loving-kindness and non-judgement can...

Rose Reisman creates Tilapia with wild mushrooms and Spinach salad with cinnamon almonds recipe to boost brain function

The following recipes were created by Rose Reisman for the Women’s Brain Health Initiative...

Spring refresh: 3 ways to spruce up the season

With spring here, I find myself switching up my routine a little bit and embracing more activities....

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