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  1. Toronto in the darkRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | CFRB

    A large portion of Toronto and Mississauga was affected by a large power outage late Tuesday night.


  2. London's Kirkpatrick's Secret melds with Astman's artifactRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The London Free Press

    London native James Kirkpatrick's Jerk's/commanders, is part an exhibition opening Thursday at Western University's McIntosh Gallery, also featuring works by Toronto-based artist Barbara Astman.


  3. Canada pops up in Downtown Pittsburgh with exhibit for tourists, businessesRead the original story

    Monday Apr 7 |

    Ontario gets a lot of interested Pittsburgh visitors, but it would like even more and is spending time here this week working on it at a show called Pop-Up Canada.


  4. What happened to the speedy, high-tech streetcars promised in 1975?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Toronto Star

    They were billed as big, high-tech and, oh boy, they were going to be fast - travelling up to 70 miles per hour.


  5. John Tory promises to build Yonge Street Relief line (sometime before ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | National Post

    John Tory says, if elected mayor, he would find a way to build the Yonge Street Relief Line "way before" 2031, and also revealed that his plan to pay for it would assume funding from upper levels of government.


  6. Janet Eileen Gorloff Vander Beek, 1955-2014Read the original story

    Monday | MacLeans

    Janet Eileen Gorloff Vander Beek was born on June 10, 1955, in Montreal. Her father, George Gorloff, worked for the accounting equipment company McBee, while her mom, Eileen, was a piano teacher.


  7. Bin There, Found That: Week 4Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Silver Bullet Comics

    It was the weekend of my birthday and I was visiting Toronto's fabled Kensington Market.


  8. Thumbs up, thumbs downRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 13 | Truro Daily News

    Eleven-year-old Mercedes Swan recently decided to use one of her favourite hobbies, making loom arm bracelets, then sell them to friends and family, community and classmates to raise money for the Colchester SPCA.


  9. Weekend eventsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | 680News

    As our regular series continues, we look at events happening in the city for all ages and interests.


  10. 10 restaurants to eat Easter brunch in Toronto for 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 12 | BlogTO

    Easter brunch in Toronto is kind of like the end of winter hibernation - and whether you're religious or not, we can all agree that the arrival of spring is worth celebrating.


  11. 4th Annual Show Choir Canada National Championships Return to Toronto TodayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 |

    Following in the sequined heels of the highly successful TVO fall 2013 documentary UNSUNG: BEHIND THE GLEE, the 4th annual Show Choir Canada National Championships returns to Toronto, featuring a brand-new competition format and divisions, at the Toronto Centre for the Performing Arts, today, April 12, 2014.


  12. That time when Toronto was in love with Niagara FallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | BlogTO

    Flying into Toronto from the south, you might get lucky and see Niagara Falls. You need a west-facing seat, of course.


  13. Straight Talk with CTV's Zuraidah AlmanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 11 | The Philipine Reporter

    A 7 a.m. call is inevitable. When that phone rings, the coordinates of local news reporter can change day to day, even minute by minute.


  14. Unique Spring Dating IdeasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 10 |

    Spring is finally here and everything's turning green, so get outside! Shed that winter coat and your Netflix addiction, and switch up your dating style by enjoying the long-awaited fresh air with your special someone.


  15. Pearson report calls for better communication, preparation for 'unusual' weatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 10 | The Globe and Mail

    The agency that manages Canada's busiest airport is vowing to improve its communication with passengers, expand its emergency operations centre and purchase additional equipment for "unusual" winter weather operation.


  16. Sure-Seal Pavement Maintenance Inc. Comments on $215 Million Being...Read the original story

    Thursday Apr 10 | PRWeb

    Sure-Seal Pavement Maintenance Inc. , the Greater Toronto Area's leading pavement maintenance and repair company, is releasing its expert opinion on the heavy spending being put into damaged roads across the GTA this summer.


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    Dec 22, 2013 | Nanaimo Daily News

    A steady dose of freezing rain across parts of Eastern Canada turned roads and sidewalks into skating rinks Sunday, cut power to hundreds of thousands of people, and played havoc with holiday plans at one of the busiest travel times of the year.


  18. The men who did more than raise a glass to craft spiritsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 8 | The Globe and Mail

    Geoff Dillon started Dillon's Small Batch Distillers with his father, environmental chemist and professor Peter Dillon, and his father-in-law, Gary Huggins, a Toronto entrepreneur who has created and managed businesses in the technology and consultancy sectors.


  19. Is that Lego something you need or just something you want?Read the original story

    Tuesday Apr 8 | PressReleasePoint

    Children in grades one through three are in their most formative years, says the University of Toronto's Radha Maharaj - so she created a series of Kidonomics books to teach basic economic principles she hopes will serve them well throughout their lives.


  20. Duelling ombuds the one big flaw in Ontario accountability bill: JamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 8 | The Toronto Star

    The new rules are part of the premier's stated goal to open up government to scrutiny and transparency.