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  1. Retail Roundup: Who's opening and who's closingRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    Target may be pulling out of Canada because of a failed expansion, but its main rival is only getting bigger. Walmart Canada opened 11 supercentres in the past week across the country, including Edmonton's new Tamarack Southeast Supercentre, at 775 Tamarack Way, in southeast Edmonton.

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  2. Scarborough subway plans complicated by SmartTrack proximityRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    Residents, many of whom watched in fury as city politicians flip-flopped on a subway or LRT to serve Scarborough, are now being asked for their views on what the subway extension should look like when it opens around 2023. Toronto planners begin public consultations Saturday to gather input on nine potential subway corridors, even though construction isn't to start for another three years.

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  3. Douglas Coupland's art virtually everywhere as exhibition goes onlineRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Canada.com

    A fiery truck crash shut down a section of Highway 99 in Delta between the Massey Tunnel and Highway 17. The crash occurred shortly before 9 a.m. and caused major traffic probelms. Brian Jackson, General Manager for Planning and Development for the City of Vancouver discusses the plan of a 26-storey Waterfront Tower proposal east of Waterfront Station.

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  4. TOM* Toronto Men's Fashion Week Moves Into Downtown YongeRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Canada NewsWire

    TOM* has chosen the historic landmark, College Park on 444 Yonge Street, as its official event venue to showcase the best in menswear design from established and emerging designers. , Executive Director for DYBIA.

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  5. The top 25 restaurants for Valentine's Day in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | BlogTO

    Valentine's Day in Toronto is fast approaching and reservation books at restaurants are filling up fast. Got no game and need a little assistance? We've assembled some special suggestions on how to treat your honey.

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  6. Uniqloa s blend-in brand well-poised to win market shareRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Marketing

    Experts say Uniqlo can snag market share from fast-fashion competitors such as Zara and H&M when it makes its Canadian debut in 2016 if it capitalizes on its uniqueness and recognizes key differences about the Canadian shopper The Japanese retailer confirmed long-standing speculation about a Canadian expansion Monday when it announced the opening of two flagship stores in Toronto : a 24,000-square-foot shop in Yorkdale Shopping Centre and a 28,000-square-foot-shop in the Toronto Eaton Centre. According to Vicky Applebaum , senior consultant with Toronto's Retail Category Consultants, Uniqlo's novelty will earn it an eager an clientele at first.

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  7. Aquatech Waterproofing Celebrates 25th AnniversaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    As time passes, homes become more susceptible to water. That's why you need Aquatech to help protect your home.

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  8. Canadian Arts & Fashion Award nominees make stylish splash with accessory designRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Canada.com

    Homegrown purveyors of unique earrings, necklaces, bags and baubles will be in the spotlight on Saturday at the Canadian Arts and Fashion Awards in Toronto. Jenny Bird is in contention for the accessory designer of the year award, while Jon De Porter and Kat Marks are nominees in the emerging talent in accessories design field.

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  9. Toronto's income gap continues to widen, finds U of T expertRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Toronto Star

    Toronto is transforming from a mostly middle-income city into an island of wealth surrounded by increasingly poor pockets of suburb, 42 years of data reveals. University of Toronto professor David Hulchanski has recently updated his groundbreaking income-disparity research , showing that polarization proceeds as Toronto's middle-income communities vanish.

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  10. Where to Watch the Super Bowl in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Toronto.com

    Superbowl Sunday is almost upon us, as the Patriots and the Seahawks square off on February 1. Watching from home can be fun, but it doesn't quite have the same thrill unless you are surrounded by other fans of the game. Short of watching it live, your best bet is hitting up a bar that rises to the occasion and here are some spots to consider.

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  11. Selfridges goes gender neutral: Rise of androgynous clothing?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Christian Science Monitor

    At least, that's what high-end British department store Selfridges would have customers believe as it launches what it calls "Agender" - a shopping space that blurs gender lines. Beginning mid-March, the retailer's flagship store on London 's Oxford Street will be replacing its men's and women's departments with three floors of unisex clothing, revamped beauty and fashion accessories, and non gender-specific displays .

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  12. Whitby Jr. Wolves drop two of past four PWHL gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | DurhamRegion.com

    The Whitby Jr. Wolves are in a fierce battle to stay among the top four teams in the Provincial Women's Hockey League this season. To do so would guarantee home ice advantage through the first two rounds of the playoffs, which is followed by the annual Final Four championship tournament.

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  13. Millennial Appeal: 5 ways hotels are engaging Gen YRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 27 | New York Daily News

    "Authentic," "tech savvy" and "instant gratification" ... all phrases commonly used to describe the millennial generation, which is defined as those born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s. Studies show this group is tech-savvy, likes to travel and prefers to spend money on experiences rather than materialistic items.

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  14. Japanese Retailer Uniqlo Enters Canada In 2016, First Two Stores To Open In TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | International Business Times

    All is not lost in the Canadian retail scene. Target Canada may have packed up and pushed the abort button, but another foreign retail brand is coming into the North American nation in 2016.

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  15. Toronto Eaton Centre Announces Arrival of UNIQLO for Fall 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 26 | Market Wire

    Toronto's landmark downtown shopping destination, Toronto Eaton Centre is thrilled to announce the arrival of global clothing retailer, UNIQLO, for Fall 2016. The brand's 28,000 square-foot flagship store will offer a full range of men's, women's and children's items and carry a comprehensive selection of premium denim, Supima cotton T-shirts, Polo's and fleeces, as well as UNIQLO's proprietary collections: AIRism, HEATTECH, and Ultra-Light Down.

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  16. Toronto man asks pharmacy to refuse him in attempt to break codeine addictionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | InsideHalton.com

    Behind the counter of a Scarborough pharmacy, there is a grainy black-and-white photocopy of Chris Mandarino's driver's licence taped to the wall, with explicit instructions not to sell him any more codeine. Four years ago, diagnosed with bipolar disorder and seeking a source of stimulation, Mandarino began abusing low-dose codeine drugs like Tylenol No.

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  17. Toronto Staycation: 6 Great Places to Visit as a FamilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | News Max

    The largest city in Canada, Toronto has a diverse multicultural population, a vibrant arts, theater, and culture scene, and has been called the New York City of Canada. While the city's fast pace, cosmopolitan air, and abundance of entertainment opportunities make it a great place for tourists, it's also a great place for local a local family to plan a staycation.

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  18. A guide to Indigenous TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | BlogTO

    Toronto has a long Indigenous history that we aren't always aware of. The name Toronto is derived from a Mohawk word "tkaronto," which means "where there are trees standing in the water."

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  19. Addict tries to save himself from codeine cravingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 25 | The Toronto Star

    Behind the counter of a Scarborough pharmacy, there is a grainy black-and-white photocopy of Chris Mandarino's driver's licence taped to the wall, with explicit instructions not to sell him any more codeine. Four years ago, diagnosed with bipolar disorder and seeking a source of stimulation, Mandarino began abusing low-dose codeine drugs like Tylenol No.

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  20. Hudson Kitchen: How a hot restaurant went belly-up in less than two yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Globe and Mail

    Jay Meyers prepares for a busy evening behind the bar in the Hudson Kitchen dining room on January 15, 2014. Jay Meyers prepares for a busy evening behind the bar in the Hudson Kitchen dining room on January 15, 2014.

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