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  1. Human Resources CoordinatorRead the original story

    Yesterday | Employment News

    Lincoln Electric is a world leader in manufacturing products and providing solutions to the welding industry. Lincoln Electric's commitment to providing the most innovative, cost-effective, quality welding and cutting solutions is one that has guided the company for more than 100 years.


  2. Mars mission at Canadian space simulator gives taste of astronaut lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CBC News

    I'm on a spaceship that's just entered orbit around Mars when the lights dim, alarms blare and smoke starts spewing through the cabin. I jump from my workstation, confused and anxious to know what's going on.


  3. Group to visit Emily Carr exhibit in OntarioRead the original story

    Yesterday | Truro Daily News

    Appleby is teaching a six-week course on the artist through the Seniors' College Association of Nova Scotia, as Carr and her work have always fascinated the local instructor. As a complement to the course, Appleby organized a trip to the Art Gallery of Ontario and the McMichael Canadian Art Collection in Kleinberg to see Carr's work, as well as works by the Group of Seven.


  4. Chiasson in midst of pageant preparationsRead the original story

    Wednesday | Fort Francis Times

    With the Miss North Ontario Regional Canada Pageant just over a month away, Rainy River District representative Alyssa Chiasson is in the midst of pageant preparations. "I'm getting excited but a little overwhelmed-there's so much to do," admitted the 16-year-old Fort Frances resident.


  5. Prime spot in central TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Standard

    Situated adjacent to iconic landmarks CN Tower and Rogers Centre, the residence is a master-planned community in a highly sought-after lakefront location, and presents buyers with a promising investment opportunity. Expected occupancy of Concord Pacific is in summer 2017.


  6. Restoring some street credRead the original story

    Wednesday | Waterloo Chronicle

    I'm one of those dads who figures why should the kids have all the fun during March Break, and books the week off to see if I can keep up with them. I took them to Toronto for three days and hit all the tourist traps to make sure there was no time for them to say they were bored.


  7. Toronto is facing a ticking traffic time bomb. Is it too late to fix?Read the original story

    Tuesday | MacLeans

    Torontonians who are unconcerned about the impact of the Pan Am Games may not know one surprising fact about the competition Traffic congestion on the Gardiner Expressway in the Toronto area on Tuesday June 17, 2014. Vancouver is a city that got a lot right in its planning, as if its founders played Sim City by Jane Jacobs' rules.


  8. The Scotiabank Baycrest Pro-Am announces Mike Modano, Adam Oates,...Read the original story

    Tuesday Mar 24 | Canada NewsWire

    Our mission is to enrich the quality of life of our community by supporting programs and services that promote excellence in care, research, education and innovation in the field of aging. Our world-leading efforts need ongoing funding to continue to make advancements in the way we diagnose, treat and provide care for those living with the disease around the world and we are grateful of those who are participating and raising the needed funds" Foster added.


  9. TTC subway service suspended between Union and Bloor-Yonge stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | The Toronto Star

    All subway service has been suspended between Union and Bloor-Yonge Stations on Line 1 until further notice due a Toronto Fire investigation Tuesday morning. Crews worked through the night and were still on scene at 5 a.m. Tuesday, an hour before the TTC was set to open for the morning commute.


  10. Canada's top 10 museums for #MuseumWeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 13, 2010 | Canada Online Explorer

    For the first time ever, armchair travellers can engage with museums from around the world and across Canada via Tweets, photos and videos, all thanks to Twitter's #MuseumWeek initiative. The 2015 #MuseumWeek will be held from March 23 to 29 and in honour of this event, we count down Canada's top 10 museums.


  11. The top 10 dance music festivals in Toronto for 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | BlogTO

    Dance music festivals in Toronto don't have the same traditions that their European counterparts do, but that's been changing in recent years. Ever since Ontario loosened up some liquor laws a few years ago, there's been huge increase in the number of music fests, although that's most evident in the rock scene.


  12. City vows to clear A-frame signs from Yonge Street sidewalksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | GlobalNews

    The City of Toronto is planning to crack down on the proliferation of A-frame signs - those sandwich-board signs placed outside businesses - along Yonge Street. Joe Magalhaes, district manager of Municipal Licensing and Standards, told Global News on Friday that bylaw enforcement officers will be conducting a sweep in the next two weeks to remove the signs, which are illegal.


  13. Should Toronto council regulate Airbnb, home rental websites?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | The Toronto Star

    Jan Morrissey, left, Peter Hopperton, Pat Robertson and Bernie Gillett are neighbours on a quiet street in Willowdale where a house that's being rented on Airbnb has brought noise, parties and garbage. City council is being urged to take a look at regulating short-term home rentals.


  14. The Best Tattoo Parlours in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | BlogTO

    The best tattoo parlours in Toronto are a pack ahead of the competition in a passionate community where everyone's got an opinion. Loyal living canvases can get heated when a favourite shop has been seemingly neglected, and with so many established and up and coming artists in Toronto - not to mention tattooed citizens - competition is definitely not in short supply.


  15. Sex at the Pyramids. Bare butts at Angkor Wat. What is going on?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 20 | The Globe and Mail

    Two American women were caught carving their initials on a column of the Colosseum in Rome on March 9. Two American women were caught carving their initials on a column of the Colosseum in Rome on March 9. Maybe it's the booze. Or the jet lag.


  16. New flights from Mexico expected to boost tourism in Canada, says commissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 18 | The Winnipeg Free Press

    Canada saw a surge in visitors from Mexico in the second half of 2014, and the outlook for this year is "even more promising," says the Canadian Tourism Commission. More than 172,000 Mexicans vacationed in Canada last year, a 14 per cent jump compared with 2013, says the commission, Canada's national tourism marketing organization.


  17. Why gas prices are going up as oil prices dropRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | GlobalNews

    Consumers may be frustrated when filling up their cars these days. The price of gasoline has been creeping up, despite fact the world price of crude oil has hit a six year low.


  18. From Toronto's 'war on graffiti' to a dynamic collaborationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | The Toronto Star

    Thousands of tourists and athletes will be coming to Toronto for the Pan Am Games later this year, and when they do, the West Queen West BIA plans on offering them a new type of sightseeing trip: A tour of the area's graffiti. Robert Sysak, the BIA's executive director, says city initiatives in recent years have transformed the “war on graffiti” into a dynamic collaboration between graffiti artists and local members of the community.


  19. David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala & Concert Returns to Toronto This SeptemberRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 19 | Market Wire

    The David Foster Foundation has named philanthropist and business leader Jim Treliving as honourary chair of the annual David Foster Foundation Miracle Gala & Concert, to be held at the Mattamy Athletic Centre at the Gardens in Toronto on the evening of Saturday, Sept. 26, 2015.


  20. Hilton Hotels & Resorts Expands Footprint in Canada with the Opening of Hilton Mississauga/MeadowvaleRead the original story

    Thursday Mar 19 | Hotel Interactive

    Hilton Hotels & Resorts today announced the reflagging and reopening of the former Delta Meadowvale Hotel and Conference Centre in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada as the Hilton Mississauga/Meadowvale. The hotel was recently acquired by a private Canadian real estate investment group with the sale brokered by the Toronto office of CBRE Limited, a global real estate advisory firm.