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2-week full closure of Dundas-Spadina intersection starts Monday

Starting on Monday, the intersection of Spadina Avenue and Dundas Street West will be fully closed in all directions for two weeks for TTC construction.

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Sun Jul 27, 2014

Globe and Mail

Make mistakes and then fix them, chef David Chang says

The famously fiery chef has earned raves for his creative cuisine and courted controversy with his strong opinions.

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The London Free Press

Twitter lights up with Toronto UFO chatter

Two videos posted to YouTube by Sarah Chun of North York shows a series of unexplained lights hovering over neighbourhoods in the Yonge St.-Sheppard Ave. area in north Toronto on Saturday night.

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680News

UPDATED Israeli & Palestinian supporters voice concerns at Toronto rallies

A group called Canadians for Israel is holding a rally for "freedom and democracy" on Queen's Park Circle, which started at 2 p.m. Pro-Palestinian supporters are also taking part in a demonstration north of Queen's Park at Huron-Washington Parkette, near Bloor Street West and Spadina Avenue.

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InsideHalton.com

Toronto memorial uses reflexology footpath

A Toronto memorial built for a cyclist killed three years ago incorporates a reflexology footpath inspired by the woman's trip to South Korea.

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DurhamRegion.com

Whitby teen explores century-old murder

When Anna Xu was looking for an interesting historical topic to research this past spring, she had to look no farther than her own community.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

The Globe and Mail

We've reached Peak Foodie

The other day a friend of mine took a restaurant tour around Toronto with some out-of-town foodies.

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National Post

Freshly defeated in the U.S. Civil War, Confederate leader Jefferson...

It was on the spur of the moment when John Henry Hill decided to alight for freedom.

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680News

UPDATED Gaza supporters to rally in Toronto, counter-protest planned

Protesters gathered at Queen's Park on Saturday afternoon, and are then expected to march to the U.S. consulate on University Avenue.

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Related Topix: Canada, Israel, World News, Middle East, Palestinian Territories

CBC News

Foot path at Dufferin Grove Park honours cyclist Jenna Morrison

A unique foot path is now open to the public at Dufferin Grove Park as a memorial for a Toronto cyclist killed in 2011.

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Torontoist

Weekend Planner: July 26-27, 2014

Art: " Before and After the Horizon: Anishinaabe Artists of the Great Lakes " is a collaborative effort of the AGO and the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian, in New York City, where the exhibition recently wrapped up after a one-year run .

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680News

' Leslie James movie reviews: Lucy, A Most Wanted Man

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

The Toronto Star

The Weather Network banks on the rain in Spain

The outlook remains sunny for Pelmorex Media Inc. as the company celebrates its 25th anniversary by continuing to spread its weather- and traveler-related expertise abroad.

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680News

UPDATED Ford Nation flocks to Toronto park for a Ford Festa party

An east-end Toronto park was inundated with fans of Rob Ford on Friday for the mayor's scheduled Ford Fest bash.

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Globe and Mail

How Stephen Leacock's enduring classic, Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town, endures

This summer, John Semley asks the tough questions of our nation: Are we Canadians really a funny people? And, if so, how did we get that way? Each week, for 10 weeks, he will explore a new facet of our history in humour.

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Torontoist

Making Toronto Safer for Pedestrians

About three times a day, a pedestrian and a vehicle collide in our city. This month, three of those collisions resulted in pedestrian deaths.

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BlogTO

Look inside Toronto's first ice bar and lounge

The first Toronto ice lounge is open and ready for some cool customers. Chill Ice House , the latest in a family of lounges from Boston to Dubai, turns the freezing weather we Torontonians love to hate into a permanent, year-round party.

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Globe and Mail

Visiting Langdon Hall is 'like escaping to Brittany, but just outside Toronto'

Langdon Hall, celebrating its 25th anniversary, was built by the New York Astors at the turn of the 20th century.

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680News

Doug Ford on Rob Ford's aftercare

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CBC News

E-cigarette market on fire while scientists wage heated debate

The electronic cigarette. Safer than the real thing? A way to quit smoking or a gateway to tobacco use? Electronic cigarette use is skyrocketing, revenue has reached the billions of dollars, legislators are talking about - and enacting - regulations, and more and more research is published every month.

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