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Local news for York (Toronto, ON) continually updated from thousands of sources on the web.

1 hr ago | CBC News

Sobriety coaches better known south of the border

Sobriety coaches have reportedly aided Lindsay Lohan, Matthew Perry and Owen Wilson in the past.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Drugs, Medicine, Alcoholism, Health, New York,

1 hr ago | Canada.com

More popular in U.S. than in Canada, sobriety coaches help addicts stay on the wagon

This Saturday the legendary '60s band of Susan Jacks, Craig McCaw and Satwant Singh meet up with musicians from the New Pornographers, Destroyer and Black Mountain at the Khatsahlano Block Party.

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, Drugs, Medicine, Alcoholism, Health, New York

1 hr ago | Canada.com

More popular in U.S. than in Canada, sobriety coaches help addicts stay on the wagon

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has engaged a "sobriety coach" after completing a two-month stint at an Ontario addiction treatment centre.

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Related Topix: Drugs, Medicine, Alcoholism, Health, Canada, New York

3 hrs ago | Brandon Sun

David Bradley relishes chance to play lead on del Toro's 'The Strain'

Actor David Bradley is shown in a July 10, 2013 file photo. Bradley is relishing the chance to play the lead in the Guillermo del Toro vampire thriller "The Strain."

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Related Topix: The Strain, Entertainment, Television, Science Fiction TV, Doctor Who, William Hartnell, Canada, House of Cards

7 hrs ago | BlogTO

New in Toronto real estate: Upper House condos

The Upper House condos in Leaside is another mid-sized building coming to Toronto that dispenses with the all-glass look that tends to define many downtown condos in the city.

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8 hrs ago | Canada.com

Local Input~ Calgary-080617-A Air Canada jet flys over a West Jet jet parked on the tarmac at the Calgary International Airport for a story about the impact of Air Canada's news today that it is laying off workers and reducing capacity in the wake of high fuel prices......Dean Bicknell / Calgary Herald (For Business story by Gina Teel Assignment : ... (more)

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Related Topix: North America, Canada, World News, North America Travel, Canada Travel, Travel, Niagara Falls, NY,

12 hrs ago | BlogTO

Toronto Restaurant Openings: Kimchi Tofu, Braised, Billy's Dumplings, ...

Toronto Restaurant Openings highlights the latest restaurant openings and closings in Toronto and also gives a preview of what's coming soon.

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15 hrs ago | MacLeans

The (literal) rise of the anti-condo

Intensification is the mantra of today's North American urban planners. In Canada, that increased density has inevitably come in the form of a big-box condo.

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Related Topix: Canada, Tribeca (New York, NY)

Wed Jul 09, 2014

Torontoist

Meet a Toronto Mayor: Bert Wemp

Each month in the run-up to the municipal election on October 27, Torontoist will profile one of the 64 people who served as Mayor of Toronto-people who shaped the city, displayed colourful personalities, or managed to do both.

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Related Topix: Canada, Journalism

Northern Life

Nearly half of teens text while driving: survey

Freshman student Ben Fisher texts and virtually drives in the Texting and Driving Simulator at Central York High School in Springettsbury Township, Pa., on March 8, 2013.

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The Globe and Mail

Professor Peter Harcourt saw film as a form of resistance

Professor Peter Harcourt taught that Canadians made movies as distinctive as those produced by any other country, and that we watched them differently as well.

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Weyburn Review

Toronto stock market looked set to open higher; gold up, while oil heads down

The Toronto stock market looked set to open higher, while traders will be looking for hints on the pace of future interest rate hikes when the minutes of the latest meeting of the U.S. Federal Reserve are released on Wednesday.

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Related Topix: Canada, North America, World News

The Winnipeg Free Press

Guillermo del Toro and Natalie Brown talk FX vampire series 'The Strain'

His vampires are parasitic monsters that infect their prey like a virus. And in "The Strain," premiering Sunday on FX Canada, they descend upon New York like a plague.

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Related Topix: The Strain, Entertainment, Television, Canada, House of Cards

GlobalNews

More walkable neighbourhoods can reduce risk of diabetes: study

The research , presented to the American Diabetes Association suggested people who live in walkable neighbourhoods have a "substantially lower rate of obesity" and diabetes.

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Related Topix: Medicine, Diabetes, Health, Canada,

Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal

Ogdensburg police blotter

She was released on an appearance ticket for City Court. •Edmund J. Barr, 23, of 801 Morris St. was ticketed on Sunday at 9:23 p.m. on Greene Street for an unsafe lane change.

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Related Topix: Ogdensburg, NY, Canada, Gouverneur, NY

Tue Jul 08, 2014

The Globe and Mail

Mayoral candidates divided on plan to make Eglinton more cyclist, pedestrian friendly

Workers are seen at the Eglinton Crosstown West Launch Shaft in Toronto. New payroll data from Statscan shows that Canada's labour market is making modest gains.

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Torontoist

Urban Planner: July 8, 2014

Festivals: Caribbean Carnival , Toronto's three-week celebration of all things Caribbean launches this afternoon at Nathan Phillips Square with a sneak peek of the sights, sounds, and faces of the colourful, multicultural celebration that celebrates its 46th anniversary this year.

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The Globe and Mail

One year later, Toronto remembers the flood of 2013

One year after an extreme summer rain storm flooded roads, railways and basements across Toronto, the city government marked the event with a reminder to be prepared.

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Related Topix: Canada, Natural Disasters, Flood, Weather

The Toronto Star

Rob Ford urged to resign by protestors

Mayor Rob Ford was loudly shouted down by a group of protesters on Eglinton Ave. Monday morning and police were called at his first public press conference since he returned from rehab.

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Brandon Sun

Toronto stock market looked set to open lower; oil was down while gold went up

The Toronto stock market looked set to open lower as traders await the start of the summer corporate earnings season to gauge the health of the North American economy, with U.S. aluminum giant Alcoa reporting earnings after markets close on Tuesday.

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Related Topix: Canada, World News, OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries)

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