5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

5 Unexpected side effects of losing (a lot of) weight

    Losing weight can have a lot of side effects that are pretty cool. For some people, it sends diabetes into remission....

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Aga Khan Park

The Aga Khan Museum is reflected off one of many water features situated throughout the new Aga Khan Park in North York.

Aga Khan opens new park at Ismaili Centre

Premier Kathleen Wynne and His Highness the Aga Khan officially opened the Aga Khan Park in front of hundreds of guests and dignitaries in...

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Stop stays

Though these signs were posted earlier at Dundas and Jerome, indicating the eastbound bus stop would be removed, the TTC has decided to keep the bus stop after all.

Dundas West eastbound bus stop to stay: Perks

The Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) has reversed its decision to remove both the east and westbound bus stops at Dundas West and Jerome...

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Out of hospital

Rob Ford has been discharged from hospital to begin his recovery at home. Here, he speaks to reporters at City Hall.

Councillor Rob Ford back at city hall office hours after hospital release

Rob Ford was back at city hall Tuesday afternoon – just hours following his release from hospital after undergoing surgery to remove a...

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Reach Out for the Homeless

Toronto police's 'Reach Out for the Homeless' program participants play some basketbal in Moss Park on Friday after helping out with a park clean-up.

Toronto students clean up Moss Park, feed the homeless

Students from two Toronto schools descended on Moss Park, and when they left, the park was cleaner and many of the homeless men and women...

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Canoe garden for butterflies and bees

Perth P.S. will see the addition of a 'Canoe Garden' as part of its outdoor classroom. The school is hosting an Indiegogo campaign to fund the initiative.

Perth Avenue school raising funds for David Suzuki Foundation butterfly garden

Lots is happening at Perth Avenue Public School, in the Junction Triangle neighbourhood. The school year may be winding down, however,...

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Arrested

Juan Moran, 45, faces 15 charges in Sexual Assault investigation. Police believe there may be other victims.

Toronto police searching for victims in historic sex assault case

Police in north Etobicoke’s 23 Division believe there may be more victims connected to a historic sexual assault investigation that saw a...

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Stephen Desrocher scores OT winner

Etobicoke's Stephen Desrocher scores OT winner to give Oshawa their second straight win Sunday at the Memorial Cup, 5-4 over host Quebec Remparts.

Former Richview Collegiate student Stephen Desrocher scores OT winner to guarantee Oshawa Generals at least a semifinal berth at Memorial Cup

Thanks to an overtime goal by Etobicoke’s Stephen Desrocher, the Oshawa Generals are already guaranteed a semifinal spot in the four-team...

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Ontario offers supports for condo owners

CP exclusive: Ontario updates condo Act, lowers cost of dispute resolution

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School strikes end, students return to class

Thousands of students to return to school after teacher strikes ruled illegal

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Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

Timeline of Ontario's current labour strife in schools

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3 high school teacher strikes ruled illegal

Wynne open to changing teacher bargaining process once negotiations over

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Rob Ford released from hospital after surgery

Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford released from hospital after cancer surgery

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Beaches Artists’ and Artisans Spring Market wraps up

The final edition of the 2015 Beaches Artists’ and Artisans Spring Market is set for Saturday, May...

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Slobberfest comes to the Beach Boardwalk

Slobberfest, Community Centre 55’s festival of all things dog, is coming to the Beach Saturday, May...

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Wild plant walk in Riverside

Herbalist Danette Steele will be hosting a two-hour long wild plant walk in Riverside on Thursday,...

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Toronto teacher discusses Ontario’s new sex education curriculum and wonders what is the big deal

Since I will be teaching physical education and health next year, I’ve been concerned by all the...

Kathy Renwald explores the Grand River in the Audi Q3 and Mercedes-Benz GLA 45 AMG

I set up a spring peeper tour along the Grand River in two very different luxury compact crossovers,...

Listen to your gut when it comes to eating at restauarants when you have allergies and special diets

For Celiac Awareness Month, which is in May, I thought I’d share my story about how I recently got...

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...

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...

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