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THE TRANSIT PROJECT

Your online portal to help you get around the city. Find up-to-date reports on transit projects by geography and commuter type for your...

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Listed Toronto

LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

From quirky or obscure details to hard-hitting facts, learn about your city through this list of lists.

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Vehicle rollover

Firefighters attend the scene of a vehicle rollover at Warden and Steeles avenues, Thursday afternoon. (Aug. 21, 2014)

Cars flip after colliding at Steeles and Warden

A woman was hurt in a vehicle rollover at Steeles and Warden avenues Thursday. Two vehicles collided at the intersection, one flipping...

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Cirque big top

Workers raise the Cirque du Soleil big top tent Thursday afternoon. (Aug. 21, 2014)

Cirque is coming to town

Cirque du Soleil has returned to the port lands to present its newest production KURIOS – Cabinet of curiosities. On Thurs., Aug. 21,...

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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Toronto Paramedic Association president Geoff MacBride, left, douses Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Chief Paul Raftis with ice water as part of the current craze of ALS Ice Bucket Challenges, aimed to raise awareness of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The event took place Thursday at the Toronto EMS headquarters.

Toronto paramedics take on ice bucket challenge for ALS research

Toronto paramedics are shivering for a good cause. Emergency Medical Services chief Paul Raftis and four deputy chiefs took part in the...

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Man arrested

Joseph Diletto has been arrested in connection to a child exploitation investigation.

Etobicoke teacher faces sex charges involving Hollycrest MS student

A Hollycrest Middle School teacher has been charged with three sex charges in relation to a 13-year-old male student. Police allege the...

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Parkview Hills Community Association debate

Toronto mayoral hopefuls Rob Ford, left, Olivia Chow, David Soknacki, John Tory and Karen Stintz at the Parkview Hills Community Association all-candidates' debate. Stintz announced Aug. 21 she was pulling out of the city's mayor's race.

Mayoral opponents praise Stintz for her contributions to Toronto

Karen Stintz’s opponents reacted to news she had dropped out of the race for mayor by praising her contributions to life in Toronto. “As...

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Bridging Festival

Spoken word artist Mobi Mawla, 17, performs at last year's Scarborough Arts' Bridging Festival under the Lawrence Avenue bridge near Orton Park Road. This year's festival goes Aug. 22 and Aug. 23.

Scarborough’s Bridging Festival links communities through the arts

Scarborough’s arts and cultural scene will be alive and visible during this year’s Bridging Festival on Friday, Aug. 22 and Saturday, Aug....

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News From Beyond Toronto Area

Ontario

Woman accused in murder plot sobs on stand

Woman accused of plotting parents' death sobs on stand while describing attack

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CRTC issues proposals to change TV delivery

Regulator offers up broad proposals for changing Canada's TV delivery system

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Most appeals granted, benefits tribunal says

Backlogged social security panel stops tracking results; Kenney OKs more staff

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Ontario

Missing girl, 7, found: London police

Police seeking public's help in finding missing London, Ont., girl, 7

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Ontario

Motorcycle deaths could reach 7-year high

Motorcycle deaths in Ontario could reach 7-year-old, OPP urge caution

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Ontario

Police seek to appeal G20 lawsuit decision

Toronto police board seeks to appeal G20 class-action certification

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Events In Toronto Area

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Slam dunk for Raptors new training facility at Exhibition Place

The Toronto Raptors can build a $30-million training facility at Exhibition Place, which will be...

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Editorial

EDITORIAL: Listen to what candidates are saying about the kind of city they wish to build

A recent study by the University of Toronto says our city has a “major infrastructure funding...

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PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

Blogs

HEALTH - Etobicoke dentist offers the basics of teeth brushing

It’s not just about how often you brush your teeth. It’s also about how you brush your teeth. This...

HEALTH - Mandy Harmony tries Crossfit and is still feeling the effects of her “little” workout

Despite Crossfit’s reputation, the instructor made it clear the idea is not to work out until you...

RECIPES - Bring back summer’s heat with Mango Pineapple Sorbet, Light Frozen Rhubarb Dessert and other cold desserts

What happened to summer? Bring back the heat (or at least pretend it's hot) with these cold...

TRAVEL - Hashtag AirBuds’ Brandon Sousa cooks with Bubby’s Best using Java Gourmet from Keuka Lake, New York

Susan, with true hospitality, made sure I went home with a bag of Java Gourmet treats to enjoy and...

ENTERTAINMENT - Five quick and easy entertaining tips – the lazy girl’s guide to entertaining

Luckily, a few time-saving tricks can help you ease the stress that is often induced before having...

FOOD - Ossington Avenue’s Actinolite offers surprisingly delicious flavours forged from ‘weeds’ from the backyard, says Toronto’s Best Food

With a deep devotion to the land, and a passion to find the edible in what could be dismissed as a...

PETS - The best way to keep animals alive is to keep them out of shelters

The math should be pretty simple: reduce the number of animals that come into shelters, increase the...

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