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Chrysler agrees to recall 2.9 million Jeep SUVs in U.S., Canada
Chrysler at first staunchly refused the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's request to recall older Jeep Grand Cherokee, above, and Liberty SUV models because it did not agree with its assessment that the position of the fuel tank made the vehicles susceptible to catching fire in a collision.
Tue Jun 18, 2013
A Guide to Toronto's 2013 Summer Beers, at the LCBO and Beyond
With bustling patios, warm and sunny evenings, and plenty of long weekends, summer is the season most conducive to putting one's responsibilities aside, heading down to the pub or liquor store, and dedicating a few hours to the pursuit of flavour and fun at the bottom of a glass.
Morning Brew: Rob Ford waits on Supreme Court status, Doug Ford vows...
Rob Ford will find Thursday whether or not he'll be contesting a case at the Supreme Court of Canada .
New Parkdale bylaw would restrict bars, nighclubs
Many Toronto city councillors say a bylaw passed by the Toronto and East York City Community Council could be exactly what they need to restrict the expansion of bars and nightclubs in their neighbourhoods.
Two men arrested in connection with Scarborough sexual assault
Toronto police say a 42-year-old woman was at a bar in the Kennedy Road and Eglinton Avenue area on June 6. About 10 minutes later, the woman became "incoherent" and was assisted into a taxi by the man and another man, police said.
The Tall Ships are in Toronto for the Redpath Waterfront Festival
Relative to the centuries-old cities across the ocean, Toronto-and Canada as a whole-may seem like a youthful settlement.
Parents of son 'brutally beaten' playing hockey want charges
The parents of a 16-year-old Ontario hockey player who was repeatedly punched in the face and head by another player are going public with their video evidence - because they want the aggressor held accountable.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Sears Canada returning two Toronto-area stores to landlords
Sears Canada is returning two high-profile stores in the Toronto area to its landlords in a transaction valued at C$191 million, while agreeing to sell an option on a third that could generate another C$53 million if exercised over the next five years.
Complaint lodged over Tory MP Dean Del Mastro 'slander'
Conservative MP Dean Del Mastro has been accused of abusing his parliamentary privilege to slander a former consultant who has provided evidence to Elections Canada.
The Toronto Star
Music cuts may be avoided, Toronto trustees say
And a number are now working on an 11th-hour plan to save the instructors and hours of music programing for elementary students from the budget axe at this Wednesday night's board meeting.
Eating behaviors of preschoolers may be related to future risk of heart disease
Eating behaviours of preschoolers may be associated with risk of cardiovascular disease in later life, suggests a study published in CMAJ .
The Globe and Mail
RBC offers biggest-ever purse for painting prize
Jennifer Carvalho, the painter of Stair , is one of the 15 finalists in the 2013 RBC Canadian Painting Competition.
Fans invade the Queen and John streets for the 11th annual MMVAs
KiSS 92.5's Maurie Sherman is ready with his Go Pro camera fixed onto a helmet so nothing gets missed while he interviews the stars as they walk the red carpet for the 11th annual Much Music Video Awards.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
Bbech tree news
Hawkins Participate in the Kentucky Export Initiative Trade & Business Mission to Canada
Linda J. Hawkins, owner of Heart to Heart Publishing Inc., was recently invited to participate in the Kentucky Export Initiative' Trade and Business Mission to Canada.
Men in Toronto Mayor Rob Ford photo arrested in gang sweep
Toronto police carried out a series of dramatic raids on alleged gang-members across the city in Friday.
The Globe and Mail
The Daisy Theatre: Less script makes room for more variety
Ronnie Burkett is photographed in Toronto on Wednesday, June 12, 2013. Burkett's new show, The Daisy Theatre, will premiere as part of the 7th Annual Luminato Festival from June 14th to 23rd at the Berkeley Street Theatre.
Homicide police probe fatal shooting at North York condo
Homicide investigators are canvassing an area near this condo building on Empress Avenue following a fatal shooting early Sunday morning.
Toronto bartenders compete for world class status
After four years of annual searches for the best bartenders across the globe, 2013 represents the first time that Canada has contributed towards the Diageo World Class finals .