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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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Union Station

Following nearly four years of construction, renovations at Union Station are complete. The work included completing an additional subway platform to divide the Yonge and Universtiy lines, as well as installing an art wall featuring 104 panes of etched glass.

‘Bloody gorgeous’ art unveiling wraps up Union Station platform renovations

The artist of a 104-paneled glass artwork at Union Station wants commuters to take a good long look at his “bloody gorgeous” creation....

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Toronto Ombudsman Fiona Crean announced this week her office will be investigating operational stress issues in Toronto Paradmedic Services.

Toronto Ombudsman to investigate operational stress in city’s paramedic service

Toronto’s Ombudsman has launched an investigation into how the paramedic service handles incidents of operational stress, and is asking...

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Scarborough Summerfest

Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto chair Dr. Ming-tat Cheung, left, Scarborough-Rouge River Councillor Raymond Cho and Scarborough Town Jazz Festival director Mario Bullin participate in the Scarborough Summerfest launch media conference recently at the centre.

Scarborough Summerfest returns to Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto

Scarborough Summerfest, a weekend of festivals within a festival, is returning to the Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Toronto. Along...

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Laura Casselman has been nominated as the federal NDP candidate for Scarborough-Guildwood in the October federal election.

Laura Casselman to run for NDP as federal candidate in Scarborough-Guildwood

New Democrats in Scarborough-Guildwood have given a first-time candidate the task of unseating the longest-serving MP in Scarborough....

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Todmorden Mills hosts Singing River event as part of the Pan Am Path Arts Relay this weekend.

Artists band together at Singing River to bring awareness to the The Lower Don Trail

This weekend’s Urbanvessel arts festival at Todmorden Mills shares street art, storytelling and more as part of the Pan Am Path Art Relay....

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

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Councillor Paula Fletcher hosts Movie in the Park

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Local singers perform at free concert at Feather’s Pub

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

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