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  1. Three options for eastern Gardiner have wildly different price tagsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | The Globe and Mail

    Toronto has made public an assessment of three options for the future of the eastern end of its downtown Gardiner Expressway - with three wildly different price tags and impacts on drivers. The part of the elevated expressway east of Jarvis Street is showing its age, and city staff, noting that it carries relatively few people, recommended last year that it be taken down.

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  2. Bold flavours, fresh ingredients capture the flavours of the MediterraneanRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    In cooking, timing can be everything. Back in 2007, Peter Minaki got a home computer and a digital camera and started blogging about food, at first just as a hobby.

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  3. Report on future options for Gardiner to be unveiled todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2015 | CFRB

    For the head of Toronto's Public Works Committee the need for congestion relief trumps cost concerns in weighing what to do with the aging Gardiner Expressway. The findings of environmental assessments of three go-forward options will be made public Wednesday.

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  4. Condo developer Freed slapped with $6.5-million lawsuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | The Toronto Star

    Prominent Toronto developer Peter Freed , known for partnering with top designers on his condominium projects, is lauded on his website for crafting “a community of design-centric buildings.” This was the vision articulated in the marketing materials for Six50 King, which listed award-winning designer Munge Leung as part of the “dream team” that would create a “luxurious” new development “drenched in designer details” in the heart of the King West strip Freed helped to transform. But in a $6.5-million lawsuit against Freed, condo owners at 650 King St. W. and the attached building at 95 Bathurst St. allege that Munge Leung did not, in fact, design Six50 King.

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  5. Marco Mendicino takes high road in nomination fight with Eve AdamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | The Toronto Star

    The Toronto lawyer seeking the upcoming Liberal nomination in Eglinton-Lawrence says he holds “no hard feelings'' over the fact his opponent, MP Eve Adams, was parachuted into the federal riding after defecting from the Conservatives. Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau's decision to allow Adams to vie for the Liberal nod in the riding has caused a storm of controversy within the party's ranks.

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  6. More high-end Toronto real estate going auction routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | The Toronto Star

    It would be a stretch to call the monstrous mansion at 40 Park Lane Circle one of a kind, given that it's fashioned after France's Palace of Versailles. It does, however, boast one of the biggest ballrooms in the tony Bridle Path area and is somewhat unusual for its money pit of problems: its owners and ambitious creators ended up in bankruptcy court and the house is being auctioned off Thursday - for a second time.

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  7. Gardiner decision ''a balance'' between gridlock relief and costRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | CFRB

    For the head of Toronto's Public Works Committee the need for congestion relief trumps cost concerns in weighing what to do with the aging Gardiner Expressway. The findings of environmental assessments of three go-forward options will be made public Wednesday.

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  8. 86-year-old man dies after car strikes TTC busRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | CBC News

    The crash happened at about 5:30 p.m., as the 86-year-old man was driving west along Wilson Avenue, near William Cragg Drive. Toronto police say that a bus came to a stop in the curb lane at William Cragg Drive and the man struck the rear of the bus with his Nissan Sentra.

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  9. Sports film fest brings photos and film of Roger Baker into focusRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 25, 2015 | SLAM! Sports

    The amazing thing when going through the photographic works of Roger Baker is that he never took up the profession as a full-time gig. With some of his boxing photos on display at an upcoming sports film festival in Toronto, it's worth considering how the hard work as a butcher and fishmonger paid off.

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  10. This Week on DineSafe: Rol San, Magic Oven, Smoke's Poutinerie, La Tortilleria, Queen's Pasta CafeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 14, 2015 | BlogTO

    A six week streak of no restaurant closures in Toronto continues this week, though city health inspectors doled out yellow cards to several popular establishments. Most eyebrow raising of all, Magic Oven in Liberty Village received its third conditional pass since August.

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  11. Boycott row with Crown Holdings Canada spills over into LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 13, 2015 | BeverageDaily

    The protest was launched by the United Steelworkers trade union in Toronto and has the backing of the Canadian Labour Congress A row broke out after 120 Toronto Steelworkers, who have manufactured beer cans at Crown Holdings North York factory for 25 years, were forced to strike in 2013, after the multi-national company allegedly cut pensions, eliminated the cost of living allowance and cut wages for new starters. Crown has refused to negotiate a fair resolution to the 19-month strike, according to USW, and is rumoured to have said in the event of a settlement, most union members will lose their jobs to replacement workers recruited to operate the Toronto factory during the strike.

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  12. 5 Toronto intersections as they were 150 years agoRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 5, 2015 | BlogTO

    Originally Dublin, then York, the bulk of the town was still mostly clustered along the waterfront between Parliament and Bathurst streets. The tallest structures were church spires and factory chimneys and large parts of present day downtown were reserved for industrial use.

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  13. MusicFest 2015: A Kaleidoscope of Chords and ColoursRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | BlogTO

    Sunday, May 3, 2015 at 3:00 p.m., join our handbells, handchimes, band, choir and organ in celebrating MusicFest: A Kaleidoscope of Chords and Colours! A vast range of colourful music covering an array of genres will be sure to entertain an audience of all ages. St. John's York Mills, 19 Don Ridge Dr., Toronto.

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  14. Honest Ed's sells more hand painted signs at Saturday's saleRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | 680News

    People started lining up in the wee hours of Saturday, hoping to buy a piece of history from Toronto's landmark discount store Honest Ed's. Those who missed last year's sign sale were able to try their luck again to own one of the store's handmade painted signs, before the store closes its doors on Dec. 31, 2016.

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  15. A taste of Toronto: Restaurant fare is tantalizing in the cosmopolitan cityRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2015 | Post-gazette.com

    Canada's largest and most international city is one of my favorites to visit since I moved to Pittsburgh. It's relatively easy to get there from here, and you can block off the same amount of time to drive to Toronto as you would for New York or Philadelphia.

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  16. Man in hospital after North York shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | The Globe and Mail

    An adult man sustained non-life threatening injuries Friday night after the third shooting just this week near Jane and Finch. The victim was shot in the torso while in his car just after 9 p.m. near Driftwood Avenue on Finch Street.

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  17. Historicist: Opening Day at Maple Leaf StadiumRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | Torontoist

    The bottom of the ninth inning. Trailing by a score of 5-0, the odds were terrible for a comeback by the hometown team.

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  18. To catch a killer: The memoirs of an OPP criminal profilerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | The Toronto Star

    Try and vary your methods as you will, your tastes, your habits, your attitude of mind, and your soul is revealed by your actions.” In April 1992 I received a call from Det. Insp. 1 comment

  19. Cummins & Partners opens in TorontoRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2015 | Marketing

    On April 8, the agency will officially open its newest office in Toronto, which follows the launch of its New York office last summer. Though the office has only been in the works for a number of weeks, the newly mounted Cummins & Partners Canada already has a stable of clients that includes Heidi Klum Intimates, Perrier-JouA t and VDKA6100.

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  20. Entertainment BeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2015 | Beach Metro Community News

    Ottawa native and Beach convert Tommie-Amber Pirie stars in Pretend We're Kissing , just released at the Carlton Theatre after a closing spot at the Canadian Film Festival. Beacher Tommie-Amber Pirie, right, and Dov Teifenbach browse a Toronto record store in a scene from Pretend We're Kissing.

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