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The 9 most influential Canadian films

The 9 most influential Canadian films

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North York resident wins $9.7-million Lotto 6/49 jackpot

After 40 years of playing the lottery, North York’s Sessil Malcolm has become a rich man. Malcolm won a $9,707,953.30 Lotto 6/49...

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It was learned that because of a mistake in the construction by a private contractor about 60 metres of the Leslie Street track between Queen Street and Eastern Avenue has to be redone.

Another delay plagues Leslie Barns construction

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The Toronto Police Service is seeking the public's assistance in identifying a man wanted in two April 26 robberies at variety stores located at 161 Church St. and 237 Gerrard St. E.

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Police have released security camera images of a man who tried to rob two downtown Toronto variety stores using a cane. The holdups...

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Provincial Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing Ted McMeekin announces a review of the Municipal Elections Act 1996 at the Centre for Social Innovation on Thursday, May 28. The review could see ranked ballots implemented in municipal elections by 2018.

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A TTC subway train travels on the Bloor-Danforth line in this file photo. More debate on the Scarborough subway extension from Kennedy station could be in Toronto Council's future.

‘Something’ is going to have give in Scarborough subway costs, says councillor

Questions about new routing and escalating costs associated with the Scarborough subway could lead to yet another debate about subways...

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Ken Valvur, owner of Ontario Spring Water Sake, in his brewery in the Distillery District Thursday afternoon, May 28, during the Kampai Toronto sake festival.

Kampai! Toronto sake festival growing in popularity each year

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