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  1. Sale of unsafe tandoori ovens and burners leads to charges for Toronto retailerRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Toronto police are warning that tandoori ovens and stock-pot burners sold by a local retailer could cause gas leaks, carbon monoxide poisoning, fire or explosions Officers have charged the owner of the Kitchen Queen stores at 3001 Markham Rd. and 1415 Gerrard St. E. in connection with counterfeiting safety certificates for cooking equipment that does not meet Canadian safety standards. Police say nearly 300 gas-powered ovens and burners were imported from India to be assembled and resold here.


  2. The high cost of OB/GYN mistakes in OntarioRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    ... Toronto medical malpractice lawyer Amani Oakley launched a class-action suit involving 99 women who alleged Scarborough gynecologist Richard Austin botched or performed unnecessary surgeries that left them damaged. A court found Austin liable in the ...


  3. Montreal and Toronto to get the most refugeesRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail

    ... neighbourhood of Willowdale will get another 1,127 on its own, according to the government data. London, Scarborough and Ottawa are the only other communities in Ontario scheduled to receive more than 100 Syrians by the end of this year. On the ...


  4. What's in a lane: 10 Wychwood alleys named to celebrate local loreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Toronto Star

    A 19th century cottage and a 24-year-old rapper are among the latest inductees into Toronto's cartographic history. Neighbourhoods are slowly transforming anonymous urban back corridors into memory lanes, as part of a growing movement to name the city's laneways.


  5. Video of woman dressed in scrubs accused of robbing retirement home releasedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    Toronto police have released security camera footage of their suspect in a retirement home theft in which a woman dressed in scrubs allegedly stole cash from a resident's room. Police allege that the woman walked into the Living Life on the Avenue retirement residence, in the Avenue Road and Eglinton Avenue area, around 1:50 p.m. on Nov. 2. A short time later, a 91-year-old resident returned to her room to find the woman inside. 1 comment

  6. Pan Am Games within $2.4-billion budget, Ontario government saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 5 | Weyburn This Week

    ... the gains in infrastructure are "absolutely" worth the more than $2-billion discrepancy. "If you go out to Scarborough and you meet young kids who are swimming at the Pan Am facility out there, you look to Markham, you look to this facility, you ask ...


  7. Toronto Police identify man found dead in minivan as slain teenager's fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | National Post

    Toronto police have identified the man discovered dead in a minivan on Tuesday as Winston "Paul" Reid, the father of a teenage homicide victim. Police said Winston Reid, 49, had no vital signs when they found him inside his vehicle at Kennedy Road and Elgin Mills Road East in Markham. 1 comment

  8. Pedestrian struck and killed in midtown TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Journal Argus

    Investigators say the woman was crossing the street (near Bathurst Street and Eglinton Avenue West) around 5:30 a.m. when she was hit a large vehicle making a right turn.


  9. 10 reasons to watch Toronto's ultimate horror movieRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 10 | BlogTO

    After 41 years in the wilderness, it seems that Bob Clark's seminal Toronto-shot horror film Black Christmas is finally getting the respect it's due. Released with little fanfare into grindhouses and drive-ins back in 1974, Black Christmas arrives this week in a glorious 41st Anniversary "Season's Grievings" Bluray collector's edition, with a new sense of pride that its rightful place among titans of the horror genre has been certified.


  10. Toronto, Montreal to receive nearly two-thirds of first 10,000 Syrian refugees, documents revealRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | National Post

    Toronto and Montreal had better get ready to roll out the welcome mat. That's because those two cities are set to become home to nearly two-thirds of the 10,000 Syrian refugees the government plans to resettle between now and the end of the year.


  11. People skating at Nathan Phillips Square during the Cavalcade of Lights. City of TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 26 | 680News

    Aside from the aesthetics of lights and decorations, shoppers scurrying to get their gifts, planning the family feast and going to parties, people across the GTA are reaching out to those in need and spreading Christmas cheer wherever they go. Torontonians will be bringing their holiday spirit to the annual Cavalcade of lights this weekend.


  12. Man, 21, killed in hit-and-run north of TorontoRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Penticton Herald

    A 61-year-old man has been charged in connection with a fatal hit-and-run on Wednesday morning in Brampton, Ont. Peel Region police say a 21 year-old pedestrian was crossing a street just before 6:30 a.m. when he was hit by a dump truck.


  13. Toronto couple charged in child gang sexual assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | CFRB

    A Toronto couple have been charged in what's being called a child gang rape investigation. Toronto Police say a 32 year old man and his 23 year old fiancee worked at the school where the alleged victim was a student.


  14. Ontario Hydro Rates Soar High; House Inspectors Recommend Bill Saving MeasuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | SBWire

    In recent events after Halloween, electricity charges in Ontario just rose by 3.4%, another high since the smart meters became common in households half a decade ago. It's expected to rise to another record high of 10% or more in 2 months, where peak usage doubles due to the holidays.


  15. The top 25 poutine in Toronto by neighbourhoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | BlogTO

    ... vours including options like mango jerk chicken, coconut shrimp, and chipotle pulled pork (to name just a few). SCARBOROUGH The menu at Mama's Boys Burgers boasts classic poutine ($6.75) with


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    Wednesday Nov 25 | SBWire

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    Wednesday Nov 25 | SBWire

    Medi Spa is a popular service which is requested online and there are several entities that provide the same. In order to help businesses in their Medical Spa lead generations , users can consider .


  18. Newsstand: November 25, 2015Read the original story

    Wednesday Nov 25 | Torontoist

    In the news: Grenadier Pond may see lift of ice skating ban, @norm wants more Toronto signs, and Toronto's first snowfall causes several collisions across the city. The city may remove a ban on ice skating on High Park's Grenadier Pond following a unanimous vote by the Parks and Environment Committee Monday morning.


  19. From Yonge and Dundas Square to Paris, with loveRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 25 | The Toronto Star

    Mustafa Mawla stood blindfolded at Yonge and Dundas Square last winter with a sign that said "I'm a Muslim" asking strangers to trust him and give him a hug. One cold day last January Mustafa Mawla stood at Yonge-Dundas Square in downtown Toronto with a blindfold and two signs.


  20. Toronto Man Charged In Fatal Hit And Run In ScarboroughRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 24 | 900 CHML AM

    A 28 year old Toronto man has been charged after a fatal hit and run in Scarborough on Tuesday morning. 25 year Mandeep Singh was attempting to cross McCowan Road, on the north side of Kenhatch Boulevard at around 6.a.m.when he was stuck by car.