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The 9 most influential Canadian films

The 9 most influential Canadian films

The 9 most influential Canadian films

    1. In the Labyrinth The multi-screen production by the National Film Board was a hit at Expo 67 in Montreal and...

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Pan Am Games Organizing Comitee chairman David Peterson, right, speaks to a performer at XVII Pan Am Games 'Toronto 2015' torch lighting ceremony on May 25 in Teotihuacan, Mexico.

Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay

The TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay takes place over 41 days, visiting more than 130 communities beginning May 30 before making its...

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Body-worn video camera

Const. Christian Philipp displays his body-worn video camera during the unveiling Friday at police headquarters on May 15 of the Toronto Police Service pilot program introducing the devices to daily use.

Ontario Human Rights Commission says it did not ‘partner’ with Toronto police on body-worn cameras project

The Ontario Human Rights Commission is taking issue with a Toronto Police Service press release that says they partnered on the body-worn...

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Community Canoe Project

The bright blue canoe of the Community Canoe Project is unloaded and carried to its new home outside Little India’s Flying Pony Café and Gallery by members of the Homegrown National Park Project.

Little India’s Community Canoe Project hopes to attract Monarch butterflies

While the bright blue canoe outside Little India’s Flying Pony Café and Gallery may not be hitting the waters of Lake Ontario any time...

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Attempted robber suspect

Toronto police release images of a cane-wielding man wanted for two attempted bank robberies on Church and Gerrard streets.

Cane-wielding man with a scooter getaway vehicle wanted for two attempted bank robberies on Church and Gerrard streets

Police have released security camera images of a four-pronged cane-wielding suspect wanted for two attempted robberies downtown and who...

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The Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Para Pan Am torch relay kicks off with Toronto celebrations on Saturday.

TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this weekend (May 29-31)

It's finally here – the Pan Am torch! Saturday, the arrival of the Pan Am torch downtown and its attendant celebrations headline our list...

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Waterloo-Dufferin Bikeway Connection

The proposed Waterloo-Dufferin Bikeway Connection.

City unveils plan to reduce congestion around Alexender Muir/Gladstone Avenue Public School

Concerned residents and parents had a lot to say about a plan to ease chronic congestion – including vehicle, bicycle and pedestrian –...

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Pandas

Giant panda Er Shun eats bamboo at the Toronto Zoo in this file photo. She was inseminated during a procedure earlier this month, and the zoo is hoping that a pregnancy will result.

Toronto Zoo hoping insemination of giant panda Er Shun leads to pregnancy

Er Shun’s baby giant panda, if there is one to celebrate at the Toronto Zoo this fall, will have three possible daddies. Zoo staff and a...

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