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Top 9 creepiest bugs in Ontario

Top 9 creepiest bugs in Ontario

    When I got the go-ahead to write this list, I immediately regretted suggesting it. Just researching it gave me the...

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Toronto Community Housing meeting

A tenant of Toronto Community Housing (TCH), left, reads suggestions to TCH task force leader Art Eggleton during a community meeting at the Scarborough Civic Centre. The task force will report its findings to city council later this year.

Evict drug dealers and prostitutes, Toronto Community Housing officials told at meeting

People who live in Toronto Community Housing say they want managers who listen, and who see them as human beings. But they also want...

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Randy Brown

Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School Principal Derek Chen stands with auto shop teacher Randy Brown and former principal Maria Pereira during a school-wide celebration of Brown May 20. Brown was recently diagnosed with cancer.

Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton students rally behind teacher fighting cancer

Hundreds of parents, teachers, students and former students gathered on the Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School field...

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Church on Church Street

The Odd Fellows Hall, circa 1970s, that now encapsulates the little church that gave Church Street its name.

THE STREETS WHERE YOU LIVE: The story behind the church on Church Street

There was no king on King Street and no queen ever drove down Queen’s Drive, but there was a church on Church Street. In early Ontario...

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Rahul Gupta's column on transportation.

TOinTRANSIT: Metrolinx launches new transit trip planner

As the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games approach, a new trip planner from Metrolinx seeks to provide accurate travel data for transit rides...

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Mississauga Transit Way

Work on the Mississauga Transit right of way is in full swing along the north side of Eglinton looking east at Explorer Drive . May 1

Bridge, station construction continues along Eglinton for Mississauga Transitway extension

Etobians looking for a more reliable transit connection westward will have to wait a little longer as the expansion of the Mississauga...

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Shooting Scene

Toronto police investigate at the scene of a Wednesday night shooting near the intersection of Campbell Avenue and Paton Road. A male suffering from gunshot wounds was transported to hospital by friends.

Man in hospital after shooting in Bloor and Lansdowne

A man is in hospital following a shooting near Bloor Street and Lansdowne Avenue late Wednesday, May 20. Police have not released the...

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Guild Festival Theatre

The Guild Park will be the focus of a community cleanup on Saturday and then a tour of the historic grounds on Sunday as part of Doors Open Toronto.

Guild Park cleanup set for this Saturday

People who care about Scarborough’s Guild Park can lend a hand this weekend to clean up the historic site and then, a day later, take a...

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