Liberty Village Express

Transit entrepreneur Line Six eyes privately-run Liberty Village Express bus route, which will travel from Liberty Village to Union Station.

Transit entrepreneur eyes privately-run Liberty Village bus route

A budding transit entrepreneur is banking on enough interest to fund a privately-run bus route catered to disgruntled Liberty Village...

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Toronto Votes 2014



Keep up on the latest news and developments of the Toronto's municipal election up to and including election night on Monday, Oct. 27.

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LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

From quirky or obscure details to hard-hitting facts, learn about your city through this list of lists.

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proudTOvote debate

proudTOvote mayoral debate at Ryerson University with Olivia Chow Jamie Watt, and John Tory. (Sept. 19, 2014)

Chow and Tory discuss LGBT issues at proudTOvote debate

John Tory and Olivia Chow finished their Friday evening debate on LGBT issues wearing hot pink boas and waving at the packed lecture hall at...

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Regent Park Community Food Centre

Richmond Station chef Soohyeong Le prepares vegetarian schwarma during the launch of the Regent Park Community Food Centre on Thursday at the CRC.

Regent Park Community Centre launches good food programs

Hundreds of residents from the Regent Park area came out to taste food, plant garlic, listen to music and more as the Regent Park Community...

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Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial Centre legacy event

Future Aces Foundation founder Herb Carnegie's daughter Bernice Carnegie shows off the newly redesigned showcases highlighting her father's carreer and accomplishments, following their unveiling during the Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial Centre legacy event held on Friday.

Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial Centre get rededication ceremony

With newly installed display cases and artistic banners painted on the walls, a rededication ceremony of the Herbert H. Carnegie Centennial...

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Pat Joyce

Pat Joyce is chair of the program committee and twice past president of the Canadian Federation of University Women Etobicoke chapter. Joyce is also the CFUW regional director for south-central Ontario.

Canadian Federation of University Women hosts speakers, informs national policy, contributes to charity

Canadian Federation of University Women Etobicoke chapter is one of 112 CFUW clubs across Canada involving nearly 9,000 women. It is...

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News From Beyond Toronto Area


Oshawa man killed in motorcyclist accident near Blackstock

Motorcyclist dies in collision in Scugog Township



Four people injured in Ottawa crash

Four people, including two children, injured in Ottawa overpass crash



Toronto police hunt sex assault suspect

Toronto police hunting for suspect in north end sexual assault case


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