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7 bad breakup spots

7 bad breakup spots

    Sure, you've got to do it somewhere, but it doesn't need to be at these places.   1. At a...

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Beech Tree

The Beech Tree restaurant owner Robert Maxwell says someone has been repeatedly spitting on the front door of his bistro on Kingston Road.

Serial spitter strikes The Beech Tree eatery

For the last six months or so, restaurateur Robert Maxwell’s first duty of the day has been to clean a wad of spit off the front door of...

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Closed-down pool

Wendy Gilbert Rees stands on the deck of the closed-down pool at her Guildwood apartment building.

Board of Health calls for Scarborough apartment pool bylaw to be scrapped

The City of Toronto is step closer to throwing out an old bylaw that can keep Scarborough residents out of their apartment pools. People...

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Jessica Gorlicky

Jessica Gorlicky

North York artist Jessica Gorlicky sets up shop on Queen West, temporarily

North York live painter Jessica Gorlicky has temporarily moved her workspace and gallery to Queen West and is asking people to come check...

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Victor Kovacevic

Victor Kovacevic, 41, s wanted by police in south Etobicoke’s 22 Division on charges of fraud over $5,000 and uttering a forged document.

South Etobicoke police seek Victor Kovacevic on fraud charges

This week’s Catch 22 most wanted is 41-year-old Victor Kovacevic. Kovacevic is wanted by police in south Etobicoke’s 22 Division on...

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Scarborough MP Chan well enough to return to parliamentary duties after cancer treatment-image1

Scarborough-Agincourt MP Arnold Chan, left, celebrates his election in June's federal byelection. Chan has been undergoing cancer treatment since January, but said this week he is now well enough to return to his parliamentary duties.

Scarborough MP Chan well enough to return to parliamentary duties after cancer treatment

A Scarborough MP diagnosed with a rare cancer in January says he’s now well enough to return to Ottawa and resume his parliamentary duties....

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Womens' Habitat

Womens' Habitat held an open house of its fully renovated facility on Thursday. Here, Silvia Samsa, executive director sits in one of the bedrooms of the facility. (April 23, 2015)

Women’s Habitat unveils its year-long multi-million dollar renovation

Women and children seeking shelter in their darkest days can now find welcoming refuge within bright and sunny walls, as Women’s Habitat...

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Junction Farmers Market Night Market on Pacific Ave. Saturday ev

The Farmer's Daughter Eatery's Leonie Lilla, left and Darcy MacDonell serve up vegan salad in a jar during the Junction Farmers' Market Night Market on Pacific Avenue Saturday evening.

The Stop’s Night Market moves to Junction Triangle neighbourhood for two-day sale

The Stop Community Food Centre’s Night Market returns this year to a new location – the open lot at 181 Sterling Rd., in the Junction...

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Metro Ontario celebrates one of this year’s trendiest food ingredients – cauliflower

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