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  1. Toronto Blue Jays fielding more complaints about new Rogers Centre AstroTurf: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago |

    Not so for some members of the Baltimore Orioles, it would seem, since there were reports during their recent visit to the Rogers Centre that they were quite displeased by its new turf surface, which everyone agrees is a bit slow in the early going. Those complaints took on a new level of grumble on Friday when a Baltimore report said Orioles players had considered not playing on Tuesday, after Jimmy Paredes took a ground ball to the face, off a bad hop, during fielding practice.


  2. Union Station users in for 'a pleasant surprise' with York Concourse openingRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Globe and Mail

    A large passenger area at Toronto's Union Station is set to open Monday, capping a string of good-news transit announcements by the provincial government. The York Concourse, at the west end of the historic building, is 50 per cent bigger than the existing Bay Concourse - and part of a larger plan by GO Transit to boost capacity and manage big rises in ridership.


  3. Grant Stevens, MD, FACS Speaking at Toronto Aesthetic Meeting and Breast SymposiumRead the original story

    12 hrs ago | Health News Digest

    Marina del Rey, CA - April 24, 2015 -- Grant Stevens, M.D., FACS, a board certified plastic surgeon, founder of Marina Plastic Surgery in Marina del Rey, CA, and an American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery international traveling professor, is a guest speaker April 23 - 25 at the Toronto Aesthetic Meeting and Breast Surgery Symposium. The University of Toronto Educational Symposium, now known as the Toronto Aesthetic Meeting, began 45 years ago.


  4. Orioles Considered Forfeiting Game To Avoid Blue Jays Field TurfRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | KNEB-AM Scottsbluff

    On their recent trip to play the Toronto Blue Jays, the Baltimore Orioles were so unhappy about the way the ball unpredictably bounces on the new field that they considered not playing out the three game series. Not an excuse for sweep, but #Orioles left #Toronto thinking new Rogers Centre turf is major problem.


  5. Foods Kids See in TV Ads Do Not Meet Nutritional Standards, CDC SaysRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | KRVN-AM Lexington

    Nicole Mayhew was at work Monday morning when she says she had a strong feeling. "I had this feeling come over me that I needed to go home an... -- The exact moment Chile's Calbuco volcano erupted was captured on video and uploaded to YouTube by a man hiking in Llanquigue National Reserve, accordi... The public gathered Tuesday at Nebraska Innovation Campus to hear from Monsanto Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Robert Fraley during the final Heuermann ... -- The field turf in the Rogers Centre before the 2015 baseball season has caused quite a stir among visiting teams.


  6. Hamilton's airport may get a boost if low-cost airline gets off the groundRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The Toronto Star

    The passenger terminal is small, in comparison to Toronto's Pearson airport or the island airport, with just six gates and two baggage carousels. Parking is only steps away, and the check-in counters are right at the entrance.


  7. Orioles reportedly considered boycotting game in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Sporting News

    The Rogers Centre, home field of the Blue Jays, is catching a lot of heat this season from visiting teams. Words like slow, thick, cushy and lumpy have been throw around when describing the artificial surface.


  8. Canada's Chelsea Stewart Ready to Take Centre StageRead the original story

    21 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - April 24, 2015 - TORONTO -- Centre stage is reserved for talent ready to shine, and in the case of Canada's Chelsea Stewart, she is shining as one of Canada's brightest talents. Classically trained and claiming multiple genres of music as her own, Chelsea's range moves between Classical and Jazz, R&B and Blues, and takes you on a journey visiting the eras of Billie Holiday, Donny Hathaway, Bob Marley, and Mariah Carey.


  9. Downtown View: Picture L.A.Read the original story

    Yesterday | Beacon Hill Times

    Now picture Washington D. C., Seattle, Toronto or New York. You know those skylines, don't you? There might be a gimmick-Seattle's Space Needle; Toronto's CN Tower with the scary glass floor.


  10. Holt Renfrew raises the luxury bar a notch in VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    There is a backlash against City of Vancouver's $30,000 annual administration fee coupled with its $5,000 license fee pondered for purveyors of pot. Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks met in Game 5 of their firsst-round NHL playoffs on Thursday, April 23, 2015 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver.


  11. U13 Chill girls play a hot hand at provincialsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Northern Life

    The youngest members of the Northern Chill Volleyball Club would grab the team's first provincials medal of the year at the Ontario Volleyball Association Division II playdowns in Waterloo from April 17-19. File photo.


  12. Blue Jays rookies team up to down visiting OriolesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The London Free Press

    Toronto Blue Jays second baseman Devon Travis hits a home run vs. Baltimore Orioles at the Rogers Centre on April 22, 2015. Okay, it's early, of course.


  13. Toronto airport train starts rolling from downtown on June 6Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | CBC News

    The Union Pearson Express is set to enter service soon. The train will take 25 minutes to travel between downtown and the airport, with departures every 15 minutes.


  14. Toronto airport train announcement coming todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Apr 22 | CBC News

    The Union Pearson Express is set to enter service soon. The train will take 25 minutes to travel between downtown and the airport, with departures every 15 minutes.


  15. New and now: Telluride-dogs, men in heels, Disney river tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 20 | Newsday

    Leashed dogs are allowed on several area hiking trails, including the trail up to Bridal Veil Falls, and the Priest Lake Trails, where you can even go camping with your canine. Dogs must be leashed in Telluride and Mountain Village, but there are "puppy parking" spots in front of restaurants and shops, and lots of waste-bag and trash can locations so that it's easy to pick up after your dog.


  16. Canada's greenest employers help the Earth - and their bottom linesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 17 | The Globe and Mail

    Initiatives by Arc'Teryx Equipment, among Canada's Greenest Employees, include an annual spring and fall Bike to Work Week and Commuter Challenge. Initiatives by Arc'Teryx Equipment, among Canada's Greenest Employees, include an annual spring and fall Bike to Work Week and Commuter Challenge.


  17. GDX Annual LectureRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | BlogTO

    For its Inaugural Annual Lecture, the Global Diversity Exchange at Ryerson University is pleased to announce speaker Pico Iyer, travel writer, author, philosopher, and global citizen. Mr. Iyer, author of the acclaimed The Global Soul and The Art of Stillness: Adventures in Going Nowhere, will begin an annual tradition of exploring big ideas on diversity, prosperity and migration that matter to a world on the move.


  18. New gTLDs Make US, UK Web Users Feel Less Secure Online: SurveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | The WHIR

    Change is scary, and that could be part of why 87 percent of consumers are uncomfortable visiting websites that use new generic top-level domains. According to a recent survey by NCC Group, 40 percent of web users in the US and UK feel less secure online since new gTLDs were introduced.


  19. A life on ice leads skater to international goldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Beach Metro Community News

    Kristen Loritz puts in a lot of miles every week, commuting between home, school at the University of Toronto's Mississauga campus, and skating practice at the Burlington Skating Club, home of NEXXICE, her synchronized skating team. Kristen Loritz, co-captain of Team Canada, celebrates with her NEXXICE teammates after winning the gold at the ISU World Synchronized Skating Championships in Hamilton on April 11. Photo: Barry Gray, the Hamilton Spectator But the team, performing as Team Canada with Loritz as co-captain, didn't have to travel far on April 11 to win a second world championship .


  20. 11th Annual CHKC Luncheon to Honour Ryerson University and Raise Funds for Deaf-Blind CommunityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 21 | Market Wire

    The Canadian Helen Keller Centre and the Canadian Foundation for Physically Disabled Persons are pleased to announce Ryerson University as the recipient of the prestigious 2015 CHKC award which will be presented to Sheldon Levy, President and Vice Chancellor. The CHKC award is presented annually to a single honouree for providing invaluable support to Canadians with disabilities, including people who are deaf-blind.