5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

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Road routes

Maps detailing the routes for the Pan Am marathon, triathlon, race walk and cycling road race (seen here), as well as the Parapan Am cycling road race are now available at http://bit.ly/1BKNrdt

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Taste of Downsview, which debuted in 2014, will return in 2015.

Taste of Downsview returns for second year

North York residents will get a taste of some of the best mobile restaurants the city has to offer at the second annual Taste of Downsview...

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Krys Angel, Chair of Franklin Horner Community Centre is a Urban Hero.

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As chair of the popular Franklin Horner Community Centre, Krys Angel isn’t just a figurehead; in fact, she kind of does it all....

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Mallory Hilkewich, left, Andrew Wilson, Mischa Hamara and Ashley organized the reopening of the Cabbagetown Farmers' Market at Riverdale Park West.

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Tony Soul Ojo-Ade is volunteering with the Pan Am Games this summer. Here he is at the CIBC Run for the Cure.

Former amateur athlete giving back to his adopted country as Pan Am volunteer

Though he has never competed in the Pan Am/Parapan Am Games, Antonio “Tony” Soul Ojo-Ade can relate to the athletes competing in the...

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Spanish in Toronto: 10 neighbourhoods where you're likely to hear it

More than 70,000 people living in Toronto list Spanish as their Mother Tongue. According to the 2011 census, that number places the...

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Jamaal Magloire

Former NBA player Jamaal Magloire carried the Pan Am flame to the Ontario Science Centre on Monday, July 6 with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne (in blue) cheering him on.

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