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  1. No ice is safe ice, Toronto police remind residents on warm Family Day weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | CBC News

    People on the edge of Scarborough Bluffs look down on Bluffers Park. Ice in the waterways inside the park is melting.

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  2. AutoShow with Lincoln & Ford, 'Moana' director...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Gate

    This week's excitement started with the media preview for the Canadian International AutoShow at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. The AutoShow opened for the public yesterday, and it's bound to be another big year for the event-there's a lot to see and do: classic cars, concepts, prototypes, and new vehicles that are either coming out, or making their way to market late this year.

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  3. Capturing the 'vibe of Toronto' key for Queen West artistRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | CBC News

    Toronto is the perfect muse for Queen West artist Tosh Jeffrey, and he doesn't have to go far to find his artistic inspiration. It's right outside his balcony.

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  4. Eric Lindros finds peace in reconciling with pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Norwalk Citizen News

    In this Sept. 16, 2008, file photo, Eric Lindros smiles at a press conference after he was recognized for his $5 million donation to London Health Sciences with the unveiling of the Lindros name atop the building at University Hospital in London, Ontario.

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  5. You'll have fun, fun, fun this Family Day long weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | 680News

    Family Day is not just for families. It's a well-deserved long weekend - the last break we had was over the Christmas holidays and the next long weekend is Easter.

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  6. Trudeau aide Mary Ng, vying to run in by-election, highlights her relationship with ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Globe and Mail

    Mary Ng is seeking to carry the Liberal banner in the upcoming byelection in Markham-Thornhill, a Toronto-area riding with a significant Chinese Canadian population. Mary Ng is seeking to carry the Liberal banner in the upcoming byelection in Markham-Thornhill, a Toronto-area riding with a significant Chinese Canadian population.

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  7. Property tax bill for one Yorkville landowner? $0Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | CBC News

    A view of The Colonnade, the upscale shopping space at 131 Bloor St. W. The owner of the land the complex sits on, Victoria University, is exempt from property taxes under provincial law. Michael has worked in print, radio, TV and online journalism for more than 20 years.

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  8. Paralympic medallist Victoria Nolan denied ride from Toronto UberAssist driverRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | CBC News

    Victoria Nolan, a member of the Canadian Paralympic rowing team that took bronze in the 1.000-metre race at last year's Rio games, was left hanging by an UberAssist driver who took off after seeing her guide dog. Victoria Nolan, a medal-winning Canadian Paralympic rower , was left hanging by an UberAssist driver who refused to pick her up in Toronto on Tuesday.

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  9. Toronto's CN Tower re-imagined as a 'parasitic' residential towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | Stuff.co.nz

    A Canadian architectural firm has re-imagined Toronto's CN Tower as a residential high-rise covered in wooden condo-style apartments. Canadian architectural firm, Quadrangle, has come up with a bold and quirky plan to transform Toronto's iconic CN Tower into a residential high-rise by attaching "parasitic" apartment units to its exterior.

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  10. Beer column: Talk about having a tall oneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 14 | The London Free Press

    The answer is at least 350 metres, which is how high the world's tallest and possibly newest craft beer bar stands above the streets of Toronto, just north of the famed Steam Whistle Brewing and next door to a quaint little ballpark. That's 14 craft beers, including its own top-selling Tower Lager brewed by Railway City of St. Thomas, and two ciders.

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  11. The Rideau Canal is anything but overratedRead the original story

    Wednesday Feb 8 | Centretown News

    "The pickings sure must be slim in this town," he writes in the piece, "The Rideau Canal is a big pile o' meh, despite its UNESCO heritage status." That certainly got some folks, including myself, riled up.

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  12. Designers float plan to cover Toronto's CN Tower with clip-on condosRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | Inhabitat

    CN Tower in Toronto , Canada once held the title of world's tallest freestanding structure until China's Canton Tower and the Burj Khalifa overtook it. Now design firm Quadrangle Architects has come up with a new vision for the 1970's building: to cover it in modular Cross Laminated Timber condominiums .

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  13. Study looks at ways to prevent homelessness among youth with intellectual, developmental disabilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 13 | PhysOrg Weblog

    McMaster researchers are working with six co-researchers with intellectual and developmental disabilities and experiences of homelessness on a project aimed at finding ways to prevent youth with intellectual and developmental disabilities from falling through the cracks. Credit: McMaster University After turning 18, he was unable to support himself or find the services he needed and spent the next four years seeking refuge in homeless shelters where he says he met countless youth with intellectual or developmental disabilities , just like him.

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  14. Benefits of Limo Rental Service While In TorontoRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | Lifehack.org

    There is no other way to explore the beautiful city of Toronto other than in luxury. The best way to find a fancy ride for taking you are your friends and family out in the city is to use a limo service.

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  15. Big in Britain: Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan aims to make a name back homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 11 | CBC News

    British-based Canadian comedian Katherine Ryan, backstage in London, hopes her first major foray back home will be well received. Now, U.K.-based comedian Katherine Ryan is hoping to make her mark in her native country - and around the world - with her new Netflix special, In Trouble .

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  16. Police open investigation into allegations ex-Vice Canada editor...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 10 | National Post

    A former Vice Canada editor is now being investigated by Toronto police, after a National Post investigation led Vice to reopen an inquiry into allegations he tried to recruit journalists and artists into a transnational cocaine-smuggling ring while working at the company's Toronto office. The police probe into activities of Yaroslav Pastukhov, 26, Vice Canada's former music editor who went by the names Slava Pastuk and Slava P, comes as the Post has learned three additional people - two journalists and an artist - claim Pastukhov approached them with solicitations like those reported last week.

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  17. Emanuel Goal: Start Express Rail to O'Hare Project Within Three YearsRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 9 | Planning

    Feb. 09 --Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Thursday set a goal of moving forward with high speed rail service to O'Hare International Airport within the next three years. Since winning a second term in 2015, Emanuel has mentioned express rail service as a project he'd like to tackle to shorten travel times to one of the nation's busiest airports while appealing to corporate business interests.

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  18. Customers, food banks hit by No Frills closuresRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | The Toronto Star

    Despite free shuttle bus service to other locations, food bank usage is up and residents fear the permanent loss of affordable grocers. No Frills customers baord the free shuttle bus taking the Parkdale residents, who would normally shop at the closed Vi's No Frills store, to a nearby No Frills.

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  19. Fleeing the U.S. in the back of a truck, refugees find help in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 9 | CBC News

    Dr. Paul Caulford is the director of the Canadian Centre for Refugee and Immigrant Healthcare. Many of his patients are children fleeing sub-Saharan Africa.

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  20. Milton and other Toronto 'outskirts' growing fast, census data showsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 8 | CBC News

    It's a hike to downtown Toronto, but Katz, 32, said the city is still just an hour-long GO train ride away - and his family was able to swap a "postage stamp" lot for half an acre. "We have a larger backyard with mature trees a In our last house we could see into the windows of all the neighbours around us," he said.

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