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Toronto is trying to heal itself of both physical and emotional scars after a mass shooting on Danforth Avenue on Sunday night, trying to find ways to prevent further tragedy, in particular by providing better...

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Toronto city residents looking for a place to cool off might want to avoid the Etobicoke waterfront....

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July 17 celebrates World Emoji Day ?

July 17, 2018 | 0 Comments

The popular ideograms and smileys have become a global phenomenon and are used worldwide in electronic messages and websites to convey a form of expression....

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Humber Arboretum on Humber College's North Campus has been named among the most beautiful outdoor locales in Toronto....

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A research group out of Guelph, Ont. have publicly released the names of 78 Canadian femicide victims identified through media reports in the first half of 2018, 12 of which were Indigenous women....

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Amy Chen and Scott Savard With guns blazing and delivering deadly kicks and punches, video game character Bayonetta delivered killing blows at a breakneck speed while battling opponents in a monthly video game tournament hosted...

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The 51st Peek's Toronto Caribbean Carnival officially launched at Nathan Philip's Square Tuesday morning....

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Greyhound Canada announced on July 9 it will be cutting services in the western provinces, primarily affecting smaller rural communities who rely on the busses to get to the city....

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Starbucks has announced it will eliminate plastic straws from all locations by the year 2020 but some environmentalists say this is only a small step for plastic reduction....

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A recent study from the University of Calgary suggests that teens are at lower risk of being exposed to sexual content online despite the high use of internet among this demographic. ...

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