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Take the #LemonChallenge4Change for gender equality

Take the #LemonChallenge4Change for gender equality

Every day millions of girls around the world are discriminated against, or denied access to an education or basic human rights – simply...

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Street Names - Runnymede Rd.

At the corner of Runnymede Rd. and McGregor Ave.

A brief history of the TTC’s subway station names

Ever been sitting on the subway, listening to the automated voice announce each successive station and wonder at the names of certain stops...

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HOV Lanes

High Occupancy Vehicle lane on northbound highway 404 at McNicoll Ave on Friday July 3, 2015.

Former Toronto police officer talks about the new HOV rules and travelling during the Pan Am Games

The Pan-Am games are within a two-week reach for the City of Toronto and along with it traffic. Pan-demonium has found Toronto’s...

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Back to work

Councillor Rob Ford speaks to reporters at City Hall after being discharged from hospital to begin his recovery at home. His doctor this week gave him the all-clear to return to work for a few days a week.

Rob Ford to be back at city hall sooner than expected

Rob Ford will be back at city hall a little earlier than expected. The councillor for Ward 2 Etobicoke North and former mayor is...

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Thrill of Grill

Jean-Marc Maheu grills up some corn on the kob for guests visiting his booth at the 2014 Thrill of the Grill event on Saturday afternoon. The 2015 event is taking place on the Bloor Street Viaduct in conjunction with the Pan Am Torch Relay celebrations.

TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this weekend (July 3-5)

As we begin July events in Toronto, there's lots of culinary experiences to enjoy a pair of 'Taste' festivals, the kick-off of...

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The Prince Edward Viaduct's Luminous Veil is lit up as part of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay festivitie Saturday night.

Lighting of Luminous Veil caps Toronto’s Pan Am torch party on Prince Edward Viaduct

The sky over the Don VAlley was illuminated in an enchanting display of colour along the Prince Edward Viaduct Viaduct Saturday night in...

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Movies In The Park

Movies In The Park needs the community’s help to help raise at least $10,000 to continue playing free movies under the stars at Riverdale Park.

Movies In The Park needs Riverdale community’s help

The organizers of Movies In The Park, which offers free outdoor films at Riverdale Park during the summer, are reaching out to the...

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Tracy Moore of CityTV lights the community cauldron on the Prince Edward Viaduct Saturday night as the Pan Am Games Torch Relay arrived in Toronto.

Torchbearer Moore proud to light Pan Am flame on Prince Edward Viaduct

With less than a week to go to the opening ceremonies of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games, the Prince Edward Viaduct is infectious with the...

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SIU probing police shooting in Toronto

SIU probing police shooting in Toronto; man, 45, reportedly was armed with hammer

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Boy killed in farm tractor accident

Boy, 4 killed in farm tractor tire accident in Southgate Township

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1 dead, 3 injured in Toronto collision

Four people injured after car plummets 5 metres into Black Creek in Toronto

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Peel police officer charged after gun stolen

Peel Regional Police officer, 43, charged after gun stolen from car

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Labour dispute still affecting Toronto airport

Air Canada warns of possible disruptions after job action at Toronto airport

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Man charged in Toronto double homicide

Man, 23, charged in Toronto double homicide; 2 men shot in highrise on June 28

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Charges laid in fatal hit and run in Milton

Oakville woman, 33 facing multiple charges in fatal hit and run in Milton

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Loblaw workers to vote on new offer

Strike deadline pushed back to July 11 as Loblaw workers vote on amended offer

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Desi Dialogues: Celebrating Canada’s many cultures

Canada Day has come once again bringing a host of memories and thoughts to reflect on. For a...

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Canadian Diabetes Association launches the 3-Pound Challenge

The Canadian Diabetes Association (CDA) is asking Canadians to drop their pants, knock their socks...

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Councillor Paula Fletcher hosts Movie in the Park

Ward 30 Councillor Paula Fletcher is hosting a Community Movie in the Park tonight, Friday, July 3....

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Local singers perform at free concert at Feather’s Pub

A concert featuring three local singer/songwriters will take place Saturday, July 11 in the Upper...

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Blogger Natasha Sharma teaches you how to be happy and get the most out of life

Life can be unpredictable and will most certainly be stressful at one point or another. But it is...

Jerk Chicken Wings, Chicken Tostadas and other Chicken Farmers of Canada recipes

But regular barbecue fair, such as hamburgers and hot dogs, can get boring so instead the Chicken...

Book Time speaks with Elena Dunkle, her battle with anorexia and her memoir Elena Vanishing and reviews books about Canada, new releases and summer reads

Book Time introduces Torontonians to some of the wonderful new books available to them from authors...

Blogger Kathy Renwald drives the four cylinder Ford Mustang to Cayuga, near Hamilton, and checks out Ruthven Estate and Hewitt’s Dairy

The 2015 Ford Mustang is a statement vehicle to take on a trip shopping for a used car. We were...

Leslieville’s Table 17 offers friendly staff and great dishes that will keep you coming back

When I write about the places I think you will enjoy, I try and do places that have been around for...

Celebrate July with Raspberry Cake Day, Hot Dog Month and Strawberry Sundae Day with a Foodland Ontario Frozen Strawberry Sundae Squares recipe

Summer brings barbecues and celebrations, and this month in particular, we have a lot of food to...

Word of mouth is great way to find the perfect veterinarian for your pet

Any time a dog has surgery there is a risk; it’s a big decision. This got me to thinking; we have a...

Helix Healthcare’s Jesse Hanson offers help to family members watching a loved one suffer with addiction

No one would argue how difficult it is to watch someone you care about suffer with an addiction –...

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