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Yesterday | The Toronto Star
For a 10-year-old choirboy about to perform at the biggest concert of his young life, there is an awful lot to remember, not the least of which are the words to so many songs.
When should animal testing be legal?
Are you smarter than a 7th grade civics student?
Yesterday | Torontoist
On June 16, 1873, the Globe published a letter from William H. Boulton , written on behalf of John George Howard , stating that Howard had authorized him to "hand to his Worship the Mayor an offer of 165 acres of land belonging to him on Humber Bay, to be conveyed to the City as a Public Park."
Saturday | Bloomberg
Canada 's dollar fell for a third week as central-bank Governor Stephen Poloz's signal that interest rates may stay lower longer contrasted with a Federal Reserve that may let borrowing costs rise by trimming its bond-buying.
Saturday | ContactMusic.com
Fresh off the announcement of the band's latest record, Angel Guts: Red Classroom , Xiu Xiu is excited to announce a new North American tour for 2014.
Saturday | Nature Neuroscience
There was the best of Michael Jackson but no moon-walking for Toronto's beloved dancing crossing guard on the job Friday.
The United Church of Canada campaign, dubbed "Unsettling Goods: Choose Peace in Palestine and Israel," encourages "economic action" against three Israeli companies: Keter Plastic Ltd., SodaStream and Ahava, which all have factories in the West Bank.
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On December 1, 1978, legendary Toronto promoters the Garys threw their last punk show at the Horseshoe Tavern.
As the Town of Oakville launches the Downtown Plan - A Time to Dream - tonight at the Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts, the audience will hear from an expert guest panel.
In baseball, it's Cooperstown, New York. In football, it's Canton, Ohio. In hockey, it's Toronto, Ontario.
Maheswaran, a driver for Beck Taxi, suffered a broken nose and three broken ribs, when he was attacked by two male customers last weekend.
The City has decided that old-fashioned pavement-coloured bike lanes aren't always good enough for Toronto's cyclists.