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BRAMPTON- With their York University practice facility unavailable because of preparations for the...

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Funding announcement

The Hon. Bal Gosal, Minister of State (Sport), visited the Toronto Track and Field Centre at York University on Saturday to announce $5 million in federal funding for upgrades to the indoor facility. York University President Mamdouh Shoukri, Toronto Mayor John Tory, and Toronto2015 CEO Saad Rafi were on hand for the announcement.

York U.’s track and field centre to get $5 million upgrade

The Toronto Track and Field Centre at York University will be receiving at least a $5 million upgrade to allow Canadian track and field...

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Ninutik

Ninutik's Sugarbush Lollies. Ninutik will be taking part in the Taste of Toronto Festival at Fort York from July 2 to 5.

Roncesvalles business tapping into hidden potential of maple syrup

When Richard Brault and his wife Dianne Croteau decided to combine their love of industrial product design with their love of maple syrup...

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Right hand rules

Sorry southpaws. At the Indian dinner table, the right hand rules.

You're eating that wrong! 6 foreign cuisine faux pas you may be committing

In Canada, we are spoiled for choice when it comes to the myriad of international cuisines we can enjoy when dining out. But even when...

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Robbie Tournament

Cumberland United Cobras Nadia Alexeev battles against Dixie Athletics Sarita Samsoodeen during the Robbie International Soccer Tournament at Terry Fox Park on Saturday morning. Heavy rains later in the day on Saturday and overnight into Sunday forced the tournament to be 'abandoned' due to sodden fields and unsafe conditions.

Great ‘disappointment’ after Robbie tournament ‘abandoned’ due to heavy rains

For the first time its 49 year history, the Robbie International Soccer Tournament in Scarborough was abandoned because of the amount of...

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Filion arts advocate

Councillor John Filion, left, and Mayor John Tory

Mayor Tory tabs John Filion as Arts Advocate

Willowdale Councillor John Filion is Mayor John Tory’s point-person on the arts. The veteran North York councillor will be Toronto’s...

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Canada Day

The Tamil community float makes its way along the Brimley Road route of last year's Scarborough Canada Day Parade. This year's Canada Day events in Scarborough include a pair of parades, fireworks and community celebrations.

Scarborough’s Canada Day events include parades, fireworks, community celebrations

For many years now, Canada Day events in Scarborough could be counted on not to change much, but that too may be changing. For the 48th...

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Charges laid

Jan Robert Ostonal, 35, charged in Sexual Exploitation investigation. Police believe there may be more victims.

Youth pastor at North York church charged in sex assault investigation

A youth pastor at a North York church has been charged with sex assault offences. Police allege between Jan. 1, 2012 and March 31, 2015,...

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Canada Day

Shemina Hirani dresses for the occasion during the 2014 Canada Day festivities at Mel Lastman Square. This year's festivities kick off at 5 p.m. capped off by fireworks.

Celebrate Canada Day in North York: fireworks, picnics and more

Canada Day will be celebrated at three North York locations Wednesday, July 1. Festivities at Mel Lastman Square, 5100 Yonge St., will...

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