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  1. Why ants might be better at navigating than youRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Torah Kachur is the syndicated science columnist for CBC Radio One. Torah received her PhD in molecular genetics from the University of Alberta and now teaches at the University of Alberta and MacEwan University.

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  2. Baby found in back seat of car during Oshawa drug arrest involving fentanylRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    A baby, less than a year old, was found in the back seat of a parked vehicle in Oshawa during a drug arrest involving fentanyl, Durham Regional Police say. Police said they spotted a vehicle in the area of Pentland Street and Nonquon Road in Oshawa around 1p.m. on Wednesday.

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  3. Singer-songwriter Joan Shelley takes her elegiac folk music to TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    ... The couplet could be used to describe the artist herself - a balladeer of the homespun, mesmerizing kind. Toronto audiences will get a spotlight look at the strumming Kentuckian when she opens for Wilco in March at Massey Hall, but those wishing for ...

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  4. Toronto police seek help to ID suspect in Scarborough cold case murderRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | InsideHalton.com

    Det. Sgt. Stacy Gallant talks about cold case murder victim Emad Rozik, who was shot during a robbery attempt at his Midland Avenue car wash in July 2010. Toronto police released a photo of the cap believed to be worn by the suspect in the 2010 murder of Emad Rozik.

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  5. Toronto stock market's benchmark index up, loonie downRead the original story

    Thursday | 680News

    The Canadian dollar lost ground to the U.S. currency in late-morning trading, but Toronto's main stock index moved higher. The loonie was down 0.34 of a cent at 75.08 cents US, after falling more than a penny against the U.S. dollar Wednesday in the wake of comments by Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz that the possibility of an interest rate cut "remains on the table."

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  6. Progressive Conservatives raised $12.6M in 2016, double the Liberals' tallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau attends a campaign rally with Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne for Elizabeth Roy, Ontario Liberal candidate for Whitby-Oshawa, in Whitby on Tuesday February 9, 2016. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Fred Thornhill A loophole in Ontario's campaign finance legislation, now closed, enabled the Progressive Conservatives to fundraise $12.6 million last year - nearly double what the governing Liberals collected.

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  7. Trump poised to 'reverse' seven decades U.S. foreign policy: HarperRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Western Star

    ... as he signalled a potentially painful road ahead for Canada and Mexico in trade talks with their U.S. neighbour. TORONTO - Ontario is proposing to charge water-bottling companies a little over $500 per million litres taken from the ground, following ...

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  8. Summit aims to improve economic well-being and quality of life for disadvantagedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | York University

    ... four keynote speakers: J.D. Vance , author of Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis ; City of Toronto Councillor Michael Thompson ; Gillian Smith , Chief Marketing Officer of the Toronto Board of Trade; and Bindu Cudjoe , ...

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  9. Women's March this weekend, TTC work to close section of subwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | 680News

    ... and there are ways to navigate around the closure (see the TTC section section below). Women's March on Washington: Toronto On Saturday, Torontonians will be marching in solidarity with the Women's March on Washington , which is being held the day ...

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  10. Muslims stage city hall protest over closed Scarborough community centreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Said Ragaeh said the mayor has vowed to look at the issues keeping the Sakinah Community School closed. Hundreds of Muslims demanded answers from the mayor on Thursday morning about why the city is blocking the use of a faith-based community centre in Scarborough.

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  11. Brampton man arrested in spiritual scam after cleansing woman's money, jewellery of 'evil spirits'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    A Brampton man has been arrested and charged after allegedly defrauding a woman of $61,000 in cash and jewellery in what police are calling a 'spiritual scam.' Peel police allege Darshan Dhaliwal told a Brampton woman that he had won a lottery and was lucky because he was 'very close to God.'

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  12. Quebec hikes minimum wage to $11.25 as of May 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The News

    President-elect Donald Trump's pick for commerce secretary said Wednesday he won't be "pushed around" by anyone as he signalled a potentially painful road ahead for Canada and Mexico in trade talks with their U.S. neighbour. TORONTO - Ontario is proposing to charge water-bottling companies a little over $500 per million litres taken from the ground, following public outcry over the current fee of just a few dollars.

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  13. AGO celebrates life of 'Indian Group of Seven' artist Daphne OdjigRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    Daphne Odjig was awarded the Order of Canada and Governor General's Award for her work. Hundreds of family, friends and admirers gathered at the Art Gallery of Ontario on Wednesday night to celebrate the life of Daphne Odjig, the woman known as the grandmother of contemporary Indigenous art.

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  14. Expect hydro savings, say Liberals after Amherstburg, Ont. horse trainer meets with WynneRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | CBC News

    Liberal sources say measures to reduce the cost of electricity will be the centrepiece of the next provincial budget, after the Premier met with an Amherstburg, Ont. horse trainer.

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  15. Toronto, Welcome to Your Friendly Neighbourhood Good Earth CoffeehouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Market Wire

    Good Earth Coffeehouse has officially expanded into Eastern Canada with the opening of a new location in Toronto. The first Toronto coffeehouse can be found in the Garden District neighbourhood at Jarvis and Dundas Street East.

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  16. Lost dog named Banano makes fast friends with Toronto police officersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    ... jumped into the back of the police cruiser, so officers took him back to 55 Division to try and find its owners. (Toronto Police Service) A lost German shepherd made fast friends with a pair of police officers early Thursday morning after they ...

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  17. Toronto condo buyers feeling the squeezeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Globe and Mail

    Condominium high rise buildings in Toronto's West Queen West neighbourhood, December 15th, 2015. Condominium high rise buildings in Toronto's West Queen West neighbourhood, December 15th, 2015.

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  18. Toronto police investigate a shooting on Humberline Drive on Jan. 18, 2017. CITYNEWSRead the original story

    Thursday | 680News

    The shooting happened at 10 Humberline Drive, near Finch Avenue West and Highway 27, around 10 p.m. on Wednesday. Police are also investigating after gunshots were heard near Mount Olive Drive and Kipling Avenue a few hours later. Police said there was no damage and no one was injured.

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  19. Asian shares mixed, Japan's Nikkei gains on weaker yenRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cape Breton Post

    ... settle at $51.08 a barrel on Wednesday. Brent crude, the international standard, rose 52 cents to $54.44 a barrel. TORONTO - Ontario is proposing to charge water-bottling companies a little over $500 per million litres taken from the ground, ...

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  20. Twitter bans award-winning London, Ont., company for helping police track protestersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CBC News

    ... show. In Ontario, the company's home city of London said it does not use the interface, but it is unclear whether Toronto is a customer. "As a practice we do not discuss tools we use to conduct investigations," Toronto Regional Police Const. Craig ...

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