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  1. Police providing update on deadly drive-by shooting of Candice Rochelle BobbRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | CBC News

    Toronto police are providing an update on Tuesday morning about the deadly drive-by shooting of Candice Rochelle Bobb, who was five months' pregnant at the time of her death.

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  2. Why Toronto's condo rental market is being described as 'ridiculous'Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | CBC News

    Shannon is a story-teller with CBC Toronto. She has a special interest in covering women and children's issues, barriers facing the LGBTQ community, and the struggles and successes of new Canadians.

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  3. Brampton, ON vs. Guelph, ONRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | StrongTowns

    ... making. We also have people below 20 making up a third of the population. In 1948 the was a massive flood in the Etobicoke Creek that utterly devastated the town. In response by 1952 we have manage to channelize it. Back then there were less than 8k ...

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  4. West Edmonton Mall HMV among 70 stores to be taken over by Sunrise RecordsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | 900 CHML AM

    Sunrise Records is placing a major bet on Canadian music sales with plans to move into 70 retail spaces being vacated by HMV Canada , and one of them is a prominent Edmonton location The Ontario-based music retail chain has negotiated new leases with mall landlords across the country. One of the new Sunrise Records outlets will be the two-level, 20,000-square-foot store at WEM.

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  5. Facing the music: Sunrise Records to move into 70 closing HMV locationsRead the original story

    17 hrs ago | Ottawa Business Journal

    Sunrise Records is placing a major bet on Canadian music sales with plans to move into 70 retail spaces being vacated by HMV Canada. Sunrise's expansion gives the company a quick foothold in the Canadian music scene just as the industry's largest retailer closes shop.

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  6. Holt Renfrew is closing its discount store hr2Read the original story w/Photo

    22 hrs ago | BlogTO

    Holt Renfrew will shut down its two hr2 off-price stores in mid-2017, as Retail Insider reports . Along with its original location in Montreal, the 28,100 square-foot Vaughan Mills store will bid the GTA farewell.

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  7. A Toronto man was reunited with his dog after he was stabbed on Feb. 25, 2017. CITYNEWSRead the original story

    Yesterday | 680News

    A Toronto man has been reunited with his dog after he was stabbed near Church and Dundas streets on Saturday. Toronto police say the 34-year-old victim was walking his dog near Dalhousie Street around 4 p.m. when he bumped into a man and a woman.

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  8. George Smitherman is making a comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Toronto Star

    Exclusive: Former mayoral candidate and Ontario minister plans to run for a new council seat in downtown's east end. George Smitherman relaxes with his children Michael, left, and Kayla.

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  9. No Fixed Address: These are your stories about renting struggles in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Shannon is a story-teller with CBC Toronto. She has a special interest in covering women and children's issues, barriers facing the LGBTQ community, and the struggles and successes of new Canadians.

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  10. Toronto to spend $500K to improve paddling access at 5 city parksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    Dave Corrigan, the owner of the Harbourfront Canoe Kayak Centre, says he's excited about a city plan to get more people paddling on Lake Ontario. John Rieti covers city hall and city issues for CBC Toronto.

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  11. Yonge St. pedestrian-friendly transformation in the worksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    City planners are taking advantage of a water main repair to create a more pedestrian friendly environment on Yonge street City planners and councillors are envisioning an ambitious plan that could re-shape Toronto's largest thoroughfare over the next four years. Yonge Street, in the downtown core, spans from Queen Quay to Bloor Street, and has long been one of the city's main arteries.

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  12. Liberty Village Gets a New Watering HoleRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Torontoist

    ... , a former CFL player whose career-ending injury resulted in joining up with Big Rock over ten years ago. The Etobicoke brewery makes a number of beers from Big Rock's catalogue, including their signatures as well as a number of seasonals and ...

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  13. No Fixed Address: Soaring rents are 'squeezing younger people out' of TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | CBC News

    Kate McGillivray is a jill-of-all-trades at CBC Toronto, working as a reporter in the field and on the digital desk. Originally from west-end Toronto, she began her reporting career in Montreal and Sherbrooke, Quebec and is now thrilled to be home.

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  14. Man in serious condition after downtown stabbingRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 25 | 680News

    Police tape is seen at a convenience store on Dundas Street East in Toronto after a stabbing on Feb. 25, 2017. CITYNEWS/Daniel Berry The man was found at a convenience store at Dundas and Church streets around 4 p.m., but it's not clear if he was stabbed inside the store.

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  15. 4 injured, 1 in critical condition after two-vehicle crash in WhitbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | CKNW News Talk 980

    Durham Regional Police said officers responded to a call at 2:00 a.m. about a crash on Dundas Road at Thickson Road. Police said a pickup truck travelling eastbound was stopped at a red light when a second pickup travelling in the same direction rear-ended the first truck.

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  16. Oshawa man in critical condition after early morning crash in WhitbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | DurhamRegion.com

    Police said two pick-up trucks were involved in a rear-end collision at the intersection of Dundas Street East and Thickson Road North at about 2 a.m. on Feb. 25. One of the drivers was seriously injured and taken to a Toronto trauma centre, where he remains in critical condition. Anyone with information about this incident or who witnessed this collision is asked to call police at 1-888-579-1520 ext.

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  17. Subway service closure to affect Toronto transit this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | GlobalNews

    No train service on Line 1 from St George & Downsview. Extra service added to all east and westbound surface routes.

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  18. Courthouse site dig gives insight into Toronto's historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | The Toronto Star

    Artifacts found at site of new courthouse will be shown in rotating displays at City Hall for next five years. A plate inspired by Harriet Beecher Stowe's novel Uncle Tom's Cabin, that was found at the dig site where the new Toronto courthouse will be, is part of an exhibit launched in February at Toronto's City Hall.

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  19. Meet the Toronto Furies: The women of winter carving their mark on the hockey rinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | The Toronto Star

    It's not the NHL, but the Canadian Women's Hockey League has professional status in its sights - along with improved TV ratings, better attendance and, ultimately, salaries for the players It's not the NHL, but the Canadian Women's Hockey League has professional status in its sights - along with improved TV ratings, better attendance and, ultimately, salaries for the players Howling Greek sister-goddesses who seek justice are painted across Sami Jo Small's goalie mask; their dark manes streaming, eyes alight. Athena, goddess of wisdom and war, is depicted with the Furies - her shield raised, sword drawn for battle.

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  20. Will East Harbour be the city's hot new business hub?Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 25 | CBC News

    The city calls it the former Unilever site. But the developer that's taken over the 60 acres of land down near Lake Shore Boulevard and the Don Valley Parkway has a new name for the space it hopes to turn into a second city business hub: East Harbour.

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