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6 hrs ago | Canada.com
A one-of-a-kind collection of Canadian history from the War of 1812 - along with a spectacular set of hand-drawn maps from the early days of Toronto, Montreal, Halifax and other future urban hubs - was sold at a British auction on Wednesday for almost $700,000, triple the expected price.
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7 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
For almost two years as he sat in a Havana prison awaiting trial on corruption charges, North York businessman Sarkis Yacoubian held out hope that by collaborating with the Cuban authorities and fingering a wide web of foreign and domestic corporate intrigue, he would get some leniency.
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Residents of the Dixon Rd. housing complex at the centre of a sweeping series of raids last week are alleging Toronto police engaged in brutality and racial profiling.
13 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
That's what the Pentagon said in 2008 during the Bush administration. That's what the Obama administration's task force confirmed when they cleared Ameziane for transfer.
The contents are vaporized into a mist that is breathed into the lungs. Some cartridges also contain nicotine.
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.
DEFYING GRAVITY: THE MUSIC OF Stephen Schwartz will be presented tonight, June 18th at Toronto's Jazz Bistro.
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.
What began with scraps of paper at a Brampton, Ont., kitchen table nearly 40 years ago grew into a Canadian fitness and health publishing empire, with the company's founder counting bodybuilding legend Arnold Schwarzenegger among his friends.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford peers over the edge of the Dufferin Street Bridge June 5, 2013.
George Randolph set out to create a training program that would produce performers who could sing, dance and act in Broadway-type shows.
The migration pattern of some Canadian snowbirds would change under immigration legislation being debated in the U.S. Senate.
Couture clothing designer and entrepreneur Lynne Tyrrell lived in a sequined world of her own creation, a world filled with fabrics, feathers and fur.
Coming to PBS in fall 2040 - Ken Burns Jr.'s 18-hour series "Operation Maple Leaf: New York vs. Canada"! Narrator: It began in the New York state Capitol in Albany one day in June 2013, when the Legislature voted to allow the dissolution of a previously obscure binational entity called the Peace Bridge Authority .