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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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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Lawn care

Follow these steps to get a lush, green lawn.

7 tips for a healthy summer lawn

Get your lawn in tip-top shape in time for summer. 1. Water your lawn early in the morning. Watering during the heat of the day is lost...

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nature hike

The Toronto Field Naturalists walk on the Leslie Street Spit in Tommy Thompson Park.

10 great Toronto trails to try

Find your perfect trail in Toronto. If you’re looking for a walking journey, a cycling adventure or a hike through nature, here are 10...

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Composite sketch

A composite sketch of a sexual assault suspect has been released.

Sketch released of man sought in 2013 sex assault near Jane and Church

Police have released a composite sketch of a suspect wanted in a 2013 sex assault. Police said a man broke into a Jane and Church...

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Much Ado About Nothing

Salvatore Antonio, left, Kawa Ada, Alon Nashman and Ali Momen appear in the Tarragon Theatre production of Much Ado About Nothing.

Riverside actor Ali Momen enjoying Bollywood-style rendition of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing

East-end actor Ali Momen is having a ball performing in a Bollywood-style rendition of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. A native of...

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Pedestrians Hit

Two pedestrians were hurt – one fatally – on a sidewalk at the corner of Don Mills Road and Barber Greene Friday morning. Toronto Police are investigating.

Female pedestrian dead, teen boy in hospital, after collision in Don Mills

A woman is dead and a teenage boy is in hospital with serious injuries after they were struck by a vehicle on Don Mills Road near Barber...

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Ontario flag 50th anniversary

Etobicoke Centre MPP Yvan Baker (pictured here at left) joined with students from Etobicoke's Transfiguration of Our Lord Catholic School on Thursday for a special flag raising ceremony to mark the 50th anniversary of the Ontario flag.

Etobicoke students, MPP gather to mark 50th anniversary of Ontario’s flag

Etobicoke Centre MPP Yvan Baker joined together with students at Transfiguration of Our Lord Catholic School this week for a special flag...

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News From Beyond Toronto Area

Ontario

Watchdog releases report on Hydro One billing

Ontario ombudsman releases report into Hydro One billing practices

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Ontario

London city workers set to strike Monday

London city workers say they are willing to negotiate ahead of proposed strike

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Canada

B.C. terror trial to hear closing arguments

Closing arguments expected this week in trial of alleged B.C. terrorism plotters

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World

Polish president concedes defeat after exit poll released

Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski concedes defeat to right-wing challenger

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Ontario

Boy, 13, injured in Toronto shooting

Boy, 13, hospitalized after shooting in north-end Toronto

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World

Florida woman released in jailing over son's circumcision

Florida woman released after 9 nights in jail in long-running fight over son's circumcision

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Rotary Club of Toronto hosts free movie night 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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Columns

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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Interested in leading the fruit picking in the neighbourhood?

Not Far from the Tree (NFFTT), Toronto’s very own fruit tree project, inspiring Torontonians to...

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Governor General Award-winning author Kim Thuy visits Beaches Library

Author Kim Thuy is visiting the Beaches Library on Wednesday, May 27 from 7 to 8:15 p.m. Thuy, a...

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PHOTOS AND VIDEOS

Blogs

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...

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...

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...

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....

Toronto’s Gluten-Free Foodie makes homemade taco seasoning that is free of preservatives and full of flavour

Now that I’ve grown out of my pre-packaged food phase, I’ve become quite fond of recreating...

Cats don’t play poo-hockey and other reasons to adopt a cat (or two) rather than a kitten says the Organization for the Rescue of Animals

However cute little kittens can be, you can’t be sure they won’t grow up to look like trolls. If you...

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