Brenda Bowskill

Canadian laser radial competitor Brenda Bowskill has qualified for the 2015 Pan Am Games. She is currently a member of the Royal Canadian Yacht Club, which will be hosting sailing competitions at TORONTO 2015 Pan Am Games.

Royal Canadian Yacht Club to host Pan Am sailing events

Those looking to catch a glimpse of top athletes participating in the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games will be able to do so without...

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Here's what your baby is really saying to you

Here's what your baby is really saying to you

Here's what your baby is really saying to you

What are babies trying to say? Parents are desperate to figure out what their baby wants and needs, how to make the little one happy and...

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Pearson's future growth

Transportation experts held a panel discussion at the Toronto Region Board of Trade (TRBOT) Monday, May 4 on prospects for Pearson’s long-term future, which includes the need to have reliable mass transportation options to the airport.

Pearson Airport quickly outgrowing its GTA footprint, say international transportation experts

The Union Pearson (UP) Express will soon enter service and offer a high-speed travel option to the airport, but it’s still not nearly...

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Toronto-York Spadina subway extension

TTC staff and media walk through a subway tunnel at the future Pioneer Village subway station site in North York. (Monday, May 4)

Spadina subway extension ‘about 70 per cent complete,’ says TTC CEO

TTC CEO Andy Byford is touting the construction progress of the Toronto-York Spadina subway extension (TYSSE), saying the project is moving...

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Crossing guard retires

Students at Rawlinson Community School said farewell and thank you to Mahadeo "Hare" Ramkissoon (far right) who worked as a crossing guard at the Oakwood and Earlsdale avenues intersection for 18 years. His last day on the job was Friday, May 1.

Rawlinson crossing guard retires after 18 years

After 18 years helping elementary students at Rawlinson Community School safely cross the busy intersection of Oakwood and Earlsdale...

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Scarborough Hospital-Birchmount site

The Scarborough Hospital, Birchmount site. A trio of fundraisers are set for this month for The Scarborough Hospital.

Trio of fundraising events planned for The Scarborough Hospital

The Scarborough Hospital, serving one of Canada’s most diverse communities, has friends. And this spring, with the hospital’s needs...

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Tour the city's history

A marching band performs during the opening of the new Fort York Visitor Centre in September 2014. Heritage Toronto is highlighting all related history walking tours taking place this year.

Heritage Toronto’s 21st season of guided tours up and running

Heritage Toronto’s 21st season of guided tours is slated to run through to Sunday, Oct. 4. From groups wanting to bike the city together...

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David Nickle: THE CITY

THE CITY: Mayor John Tory takes on the taxi industry debate at Toronto and Region Board of Trade breakfast

THE CITY: Mayor John Tory takes on the taxi industry debate at Toronto and Region Board of Trade breakfast

Mayor John Tory got off to a rousing start this morning at the Toronto and Region Board of Trade. His May 4 breakfast speech to...

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