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  1. Sports Travel and Tours offering a new Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame Road TripRead the original story

    Yesterday | PRWeb

    Baseball Fans are getting ready to head North to the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame on this one of a kind vacation. The Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame has allowed us to offer and experience what no other Hall of Fame has, a private dinner with the inductees and an autograph session with the incoming class.


  2. Historicist: The Tabor Hill OssuaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Torontoist

    On August 17, 1956, while levelling land to make way for a new subdivision, a power shovel ripped into the side of Tabor Hill , northeast of the intersection of Lawrence Avenue and Bellamy Road. According to the next day's Globe and Mail , "about 100 feet of earth were sliced from the hill before the shovel gouged out a pocket about four feet below the surface.


  3. Tunnels, traps and tours: part allure, part paranoiaRead the original story

    Friday Feb 27 | MacLeans

    Passages to safety or to alien worlds, unseen breaches in our defences, places of refuge, suffocating traps: Tunnels are strikingly symbolic for humans, and our fascination with what may lie beneath our feet has always been double-edged. When British admiral John Jervis declared in 1801, "I do not say, my Lords, that the French will not come.


  4. Mapping the City's Bike Network GapsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Torontoist

    Toronto's bikeway network is often a source of frustration for the city's cyclists, and with the map above, it's easy to see why. It illustrates the extent of Toronto's bike infrastructure-or in some parts of the city the lack thereof-as of January 2015, and how there's plenty of room for improvement to fill in the gaps.


  5. Offbeat NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | WBT-AM Charlotte

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  6. Fabricland Marks a Changing Neighbourhood's Last Cheerful StandRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 25 | Torontoist

    Most Fabricland locations are happy places: they are uniformly bright, clean, and sort of dull, like children who have grown up in households where good table manners trump creativity. Toronto's newest Fabricland-and at 16,000 square feet, also its largest-is located in the basement of Honest Ed's, at the corner of Bloor Street West and Bathurst Street.


  7. Durham West Lightning and Ottawa Lady Sens meet in PWHL playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 15 |

    A late-season loss to Ottawa not only served as a playoff preview for the Durham West Lightning, but also determined home-ice advantage. The Lightning closed out the Provincial Women's Hockey League regular season with a 3-0 win over Brampton on Saturday, Feb. 21, but it wasn't enough to move past the Ottawa Lady Sens, who had beaten the Lightning 4-2 a week earlier.


  8. Partner Engineering Expands Investment Advisory ServicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 |

    Economic experts, industry icons and the regional leadership leadership make for a world-class conference. Register now for RealShare LOS ANGELES on March 19. LOS ANGELES- Partner Engineering and Science has expanded its investment advisory group with the acquisition of Foresite Advisory Services and has retained the company's principal and owner, industry veteran Marc Bourdages , as technical director.


  9. Beach Arts SceneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | Beach Metro Community News

    Let the Moon Guide You is a seven piece video installation by Maria Flawia Litwin . The common element in the videos is travel, encouraging viewers to "venture into the unknown ... to position yourself as a traveller, a willing foreigner, a non-belonger."


  10. Catch up: Mystery in Toronto and other stories you may have missed todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The Globe and Mail

    Deputy Chief Police Mark Saunders speaks at a news conference in Toronto, Ontario, February 24, 2015. A mysterious tunnel discovered in Toronto near one of the venues for this summer's Pan American Games contained a rosary with a crucifix and poppy, and there is nothing to suggest the tunnel was linked to criminal activity, police said on Tuesday.


  11. Toronto police dig to the bottom of tunnel mysteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 24 | The New Zealand Herald

    Toronto's Deputy Police Chief Mark Saunders gestures as he explains evidence photos to the media about the tunnel. Photo / AP Toronto's deputy police chief asked for the public's help in determining who built a mysterious tunnel near a major sporting venue and a university in Toronto, and why.


  12. Mysterious tunnel found near Canada sports venue: ReportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 |

    A municipal worker was walking through woods near York University and the Rexall Center last month when he spotted a piece of corrugated metal on the ground, lifted it up and found a passageway, the public broadcaster CBC said. A tunnel was discovered near Rexall Centre at York University in Toronto, according to reports.


  13. Former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion lands new jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Globe and Mail

    93-year-old Hazel McCallion presides over her last city council meeting as mayor of Mississauga, November 26, 2014. Barely three months out of office, former Mississauga mayor Hazel McCallion has already found a new job as special adviser to the principal of the University of Toronto Mississauga.


  14. Do companies like Uber, Handy fuel underground economy?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Toronto Star

    The sharing economy might be getting lots of buzz, but Kevin Hipkins thinks it's just creating “a culture of tax cheats.” Hipkins, president of Molly Maid, a Mississauga-based cleaning services company, says these new “disruptive” tech companies like Handy and Homejoy, funded through the deep pockets of venture capital, are not playing by the rules. Because these companies consider the cleaner, handyman or furniture assembler to be independent contractors, they're not employees, and therefore not subject to significant employer contributions for items such as employment insurance or Canada Pension Plan.


  15. Olivia Chow joins Torontoa s Ryerson University as a visiting professorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | 680News

    Olivia Chow asks a question during question period in the House of Commons on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/SEAN KILPATRICK The university says Chow will also start a program based on community engagement and democratic participation in addition to teaching courses and give talks.


  16. Olivia Chow takes Ryerson University teaching postRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | CBC News

    Olivia Chow, pictured here on Parliament Hill during her tenure as an MP, has been appointed a distinguished visiting professor at Ryerson University in Toronto. Chow, a former MP and Toronto city councillor, will become a distinguished visiting professor with Ryerson University's Faculty of Arts, focusing on community engagement and democratic participation.


  17. Olivia Chow joins Toronto's Ryerson University as a visiting professorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | Nanaimo Daily News

    Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow waves to supporters after John Tory was elected the city's new mayor in Toronto on October 27, 2014. Former MP and Toronto mayoral candidate Olivia Chow has taken a teaching job at Ryerson University.


  18. Dinosaurs for sale: How fossil business impacts scienceRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | CBC News

    David Evans, a paleontologist and curator at the Royal Ontario Museum, holds part of the skull of Acheroraptor, which the ROM purchased from a private collector. In 2009, commercial fossil hunters in Montana excavated what was, unbeknownst to them, the jaws of an important new species of dinosaur.


  19. Olivia Chow to become Ryerson University professorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The Toronto Star

    Ryerson University will on Monday announce that the former Trinity-Spadina MP and city councillor has accepted a three-year visiting professorship at Ryerson University's faculty of arts starting March 1. In the part-time post she may teach her own courses, and will lecture on community organizing and activism and help organize events and a major symposium. A primary focus will be student mentorship, both by her and others who know how to turn passion into progress.


  20. The world's most breathtaking skylinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Daily Mail

    World's best job! The adventurous bloggers who are EATING their way from Brussels to Hong Kong Mankinis, dentures and a life-size cutout of EastEnders' Lucy Beale: The bizarre items left behind by holidaymakers at ski resorts 'Dirty facilities' revealed as main reason why Britons leave negative holiday reviews online Gone in 20 seconds? World's busiest airport plans to slash screening times for passengers as it prepares for more than 100 million annual travellers by 2020 Leave a small gift for housekeeping, give your bellhop 5 per bag and NEVER do it in Japan: The ultimate guide to tipping Pack light, always carry lip balm and NEVER eat the food they serve on the plane: Jet-setting British supermodel shares her travel advice Now that's a hazard! Historic golf course in Scotland begins repairs on massive sinkhole that nearly shut century-old club Castle stays that will make you feel like ... (more)