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  1. Argonauts have two chances to save seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | SLAM! Sports

    Argonauts quarterback Ricky Ray gets chased down by Billy Parker of the Montreal Alouettes on Saturday at the Rogers Centre. The Argos lost 20-12 and now need to beat the Als and Ticats the next two weeks to avoid missing the post-season.

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  2. The top 10 stores that sell British products in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | BlogTO

    Stores that sell British products in Toronto stock all those nostalgia-inducing items that take you right back to the fair isles. You can spend a little on sweets or you blow all your shrapnel in a Harrod's-like shopping frenzy.

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  3. Alouettes move into tie for first in East with 20-12 victory over ArgosRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | GlobalNews

    Jonathan Crompton is 6-1 as Montreal's starting quarterback, thanks to John Bowman and the rest of the Alouettes defence. Crompton was 19-of-28 passing for 219 yards and a TD as Montreal earned an important 20-12 win over Toronto on Saturday night.

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  4. Montreal Alouettes move into tie for first thanks to win over ArgosRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Canada.com

    Jonathan Crompton is 6-1 as Montreal's starting quarterback, thanks to John Bowman and the rest of the Alouettes defence. Crompton was 19-of-28 passing for 219 yards and a TD as Montreal earned an important 20-12 win over Toronto on Saturday night.

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  5. How to spend a day in CityPlace and HarbourfrontRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | BlogTO

    CityPlace is great if you like banks , a sea of tall, anonymous buildings and an overpriced Sobey's. And the Harbourfront is perfect for tourists.

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  6. Is this the Toronto you want?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | The Toronto Star

    Imagine a Toronto where transit infrastructure is growing indefinitely, where urban farmers reclaim unused public land and where modernized intersections work symbiotically with heritage conservation.

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  7. Toronto Snow Show - October 16 to 19, 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Examiner.com

    Toronto Snow Show bills itself as "Canada's largest ski, snowboard and travel show". Fans of winter will reunite this year at the International Centre in the northwest part of the city.

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  8. On transit, the voters are ready; are the candidates?: JamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | The Toronto Star

    John Tory is an accomplished man. He's well studied, widely exposed to many issues and problems that plague the city.

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  9. Vancouver Art Gallery launches comprehensive initiative: Institute of Asian ArtRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Art Daily

    The Vancouver Art Gallery announced today the launch of a new, comprehensive initiative committed to advancing scholarship and public appreciation of Asian art. Building upon the Gallery's longstanding commitment to fostering cultural connections throughout the Pacific Rim, the Institute of Asian Art will expand and further develop the Gallery's exhibitions, public programs, and permanent collections dedicated to the visual arts of Asia, with particular focus on China, India, Japan and Korea.

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  10. Candidates' transit platforms say nothing about how we'll pay to run new trainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Toronto Star

    As voters in Toronto and the region go round the track on routes, ridership and capital costs, the related issues of transit operating dollars and fares aren't getting much air time. With the exception of John Tory's TIF scheme and Olivia Chow's land transfer tax for homes worth over $2 million, new taxes that would hit the pockets of the average voter to pay for the running of an expanded transit system aren't part of the debate.

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  11. What's trendy in the business of warehousingRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | Ctl.ca

    New technology and online shopping were hot topics during the "Emerging Trends in Warehousing and Logistics" session at the annual Surface Transportation Summit that took place yesterday at the Mississauga Convention Centre. Three esteemed panelists went up to the mic and spoke about what's new in the warehousing side of things and they had a lot to say about where technology is taking them.

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  12. Osgoode Hall Law School professor available to comment on new...Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | York University

    TORONTO, Oct. 16, 2014 aS' The Ontario Securities Commission and other provincial and territorial securities regulators have announced new rules designed to increase the proportion of women on corporate boards. Companies will now be required to report annually on their plans to do this.

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  13. You Are Here: Eat, Shop and Visit Institutions at the University of TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Where Toronto

    The campus of Canada's largest post-secondary institution comprises a significant portion of downtown Toronto. Naturally, many storied public institutions pepper its ground.

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  14. Transit, infrastructure the top issues in Toronto, poll saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 4, 2013 | GlobalNews

    The daily commute, in one way or another, is the top issue this election, according to an Ipsos Reid poll done exclusively for Global News. Thirty-one per cent of Torontonians said public transit was the most important issue facing the city, and another 15 per cent said the most significant issue was infrastructure like roads and bridges.

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  15. Canadian Olympian Zsofi Balazs juggles training and career as Toronto copRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | The Toronto Star

    Toronto police officer Zsofi Balazs is also an Olympic open-water swimmer and is looking forward to representing Canada at next summer's Pan Am Games. If she can get time off work that is.

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  16. Olivia Chow's Lost Momentum on TransitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 11 | Torontoist

    In March 2014, Olivia Chow was first out of the gate with a three-pronged transit platform: run better bus service, build the LRT network approved before Ford took office, and start design work on the Downtown Relief subway line. What could be simpler? Transit, of course, is never simple in Toronto.

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  17. How to get big ideas off the ground: Toronto mayors editionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | The Toronto Star

    When Nathan Phillips was elected mayor in 1954, planning was well underway to replace the historic, Romanesque-style city hall on Queen St. W. with a landmark building better suited to the growing city. Thanks to Canada's weak mayor system, the chief magistrate has the same voting clout as a regular councillor.

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  18. Mackey: Mario and his inner-circleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | PittsburghLive.com

    Greetings, hockey fans. Took this shot today at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto, which I got to spend a few hours visiting Friday afternoon ahead of the Pens' game Saturday at Air Canada Centre.

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  19. Mahoney gets ethnic media as captive audienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | The Philipine Reporter

    After Doug Ford's announcement that he was taking his brother's place as mayoral candidate, not many ethnic reporters were left to attend the meeting for the National Ethnic Press and Media Council of Canada on Sept. 12. Also missing from the event was Doug himself, who at the time was giving a press conference in front of his mother's house in Etobicoke.

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  20. 2014 CFL.ca Game Notes: A look at Week 16Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | CFL.ca

    The CFL gives thanks with four great matchups this Thanksgiving weekend, including a pivotal first-place rivalry game on Friday night and a double-header on Thanksgiving Monday. Be sure to catch all of the action, as the heat of playoff races intensify and the finish line comes into view.

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