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  1. Move to Mariners allows Storen to play for the favorite club of his youthRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Bellingham Herald

    Drew Storen sees a certain symmetry and a hopeful omen that he landed with the Mariners in his quest to recapture the form that once made him one of the game's top closers. "I grew up as a big Mariners fan," he revealed.


  2. Orioles vs. Blue Jays series preview: July 29th-31stRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Camden Chat

    The O's have their work cut out for them this weekend, as they'll face the Blue Jays' best starters in Toronto. The O's travel to Toronto this weekend for one of the biggest series of the year.


  3. Free Things to Do in Toronto This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 22, 2016 | The Toronto Star

    Living may be easy in the summertime, as the song says, but it isn't always easy on the wallet. School's out, patios are packed and tourists pop up like dandelions, creating a supply and demand-fuelled surge in prices on everything from parking spots to hot dogs.


  4. August long weekend need to know: Caribbean Carnival parade, what's open/closedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 28 | 680News

    A woman takes part in the Toronto Caribbean Carnival on July 30, 2011. GETTY IMAGES/The Toronto Star/Carlos Osorio There will be plenty of dancing in the street, lively music and masqueraders in colourful costumes as the Toronto Caribbean Carnival parade winds it way along a stretch of Lake Shore Boulevard on Saturday.


  5. Tour Toronto with the Brain Project to Support Baycrest Health SciencesRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 27 |

    The Brain Project , presented by TELUS, invites you to explore the city of Toronto this summer with its newly launched user-friendly map , which includes a 5km and 10km self-guided walking tour, ensuring no brain sculpture goes unnoticed. Torontonians and tourists alike are encouraged to get outside and start a conversation about brain health, all while supporting Baycrest Health Sciences , a world leader in the field of brain health and aging.


  6. Reality check: Will a foreign buyers' tax cool Canada's hot housing markets?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | GlobalNews

    A new tax on real estate purchases by foreigners in Metro Vancouver is supposed to address low vacancy rates and high real estate prices in the area. The 15 per cent tax, which takes effect Aug. 2, was announced Monday by B.C. Finance Minister Mike de Jong.


  7. CNE adds Star Trek-themed bar & trivia nights for 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | BlogTO

    Live long and prosper at the Canadian National Exhibition this year. It may seem a little early to get excited, but the Ex opens in just over three weeks .


  8. Tamil 'boat people' returning to St. Mary's Bay 30 years after rescue by local skipperRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 27 | CBC News

    Among the 155 people packed into the two lifeboats were a handful of women and children. Here they are seen leaving the Leonard J. Crowley after docking in St. John's.


  9. Excrement-Themed Cafes - This Toronto Dessert Restaurant is Looking...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Trend Hunter Magazine

    Lien Nguyen is a recent culinary management graduate of Toronto's George Brown College who has aspired to create an excrement-themed dessert restaurant for some time. Now set to launch her dreams into reality, her acutely named 'Poop Cafe Dessert Bar' will be located in the city's Koreatown, where Lien Nguyen will offer up a variety of traditional Asian recipes which she says "will be brown, formed like a stool and served in toilet-shaped dishes."


  10. Poop-themed cafe gives new meaning to being a 'regular' - CNETRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | CNet News

    Welcome to Toronto's first poop-themed dessert cafe, where you'll enjoy sweet-smelling treats out of toilet-style dishes. You could even call the place a dump.


  11. Summer Fun Guide: Take a Bite out of TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Where Toronto

    The expansive St. Lawrence Market is packed full of specialty food items and made-to-order meals. St. Urbain Bagel is known for its Montreal-style bagels, which are baked fresh daily, are best hot out of the oven with a generous dollop of cream cheese.


  12. UBC and Ryerson University study links streetcar tracks to bicycle crashesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | The Georgia Straight

    Here's something that should be of interest to Surrey city planners as they think about integrating street-level light rail into their urban landscape. A new study by researchers at UBC and Ryerson University has determined that one-third of bike crashes in downtown Toronto were linked to streetcar tracks.


  13. Blue Jays trade rumours: Melvin Upton Jr. reportedly traded from Padres to TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Bluebird Banter

    After a day of rumours while the Padres were visiting the Blue Jays , it appears that outfielder Melvin Upton Jr. will be switching clubhouses today at the Rogers Centre as FOX Sports' Ken Rosenthal reports that Upton has been traded to Toronto for a "Class A prospect". Upton did not appear in Monday night's game against the Jays.


  14. First poo-themed dessertcafe set to open in CanadaRead the original story

    Monday Jul 25 |

    In Toronto, a city crammed full of fine restaurants, famous chefs and innovative dining ventures, it would be difficult for anyone to create a new fad. But one George Brown College graduate is hoping her "Poop CafA Dessert Bar" will cause the next big stink.


  15. On Paper: A solo exhibition of works on paper by Jesse Chun on view at Spencer Brownstone GalleryRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 24 | Art Daily

    For their SUMMER/16 show, SBG is presenting On Paper, a solo exhibition of works on paper by Jesse Chun. Chun's work explores the visual rhetoric involved in travel, migration, and immigration.


  16. Fun Activities For Travelers To Enjoy In Toronto This SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 |

    Canada's Toronto is a bustling city that is well known for its festivals and other events and is popular with tourists all year round. That popularity continues to grow, as Tourism Toronto has recently released expectations that the city will top the record number of overnight visitors it attracted last year.


  17. Syrian refugee kids get lessons in literacy - and fitting in - at special camp for newcomersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 24 | The Toronto Star

    Toss in tomatoes, lemons and lessons in literacy: Syrian refugee kids savour recipe for connecting with Canada at special camp for newcomers. Abdel Rahman Obeid, Malak AlNajar and Kusai Alzoubi hold finished bowls of tabbouleh they prepared as part of a summer camp called S.A.I.L. at Thornwood Public School in Mississauga. 1 comment

  18. Clothing-optional policy at Hanlan's beach displays Toronto's toleranceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | The Globe and Mail

    Richard comes to Hanlan's Point clothing optional beach regularly for the past four years poses for a photo in Toronto on Friday, July 22, 2016. Richard comes to Hanlan's Point clothing optional beach regularly for the past four years poses for a photo in Toronto on Friday, July 22, 2016.


  19. Weekend events in Toronto July 22-24 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | BlogTO

    Weekend events in Toronto lean heavily on amazing food experiences like the T&T Night Market and KothuFest. If all else fails head to the brand new OssFest or Big on Bloor to walk it off.


  20. 4 Canadian Cities You Need To VisitRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Geeky Traveller

    Travel is all about exploring. It allows you to discover new places and experience different ways of life.