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By Espe Currie Toronto Ombudsman Fiona Crean announced Thursday morning she is launching an investigation into “red tape” at City Hall. “Red tape is a waste of taxpayer dollars,” she said. Crean cited multiple examples,...

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By Espe Currie 348 people have been arrested in a three-year world-wide investigation into a child pornography ring allegedly based in Toronto. Toronto Police announced Thursday morning 50 people had been arrested in Ontario and...

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$5000 to see Rob Ford wasted?

November 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

By Espe Currie The Toronto Star has paid $5000 for a second video of Mayor Rob Ford in which he appears enraged and inebriated. Did the paper do the right thing? Kevin Donovan, investigative editor...

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By Espe Currie Toronto Police announced an arrest Thursday morning in the 2009 homicide of Christopher Skinner. Agustin Alexander Caruso, now 23, has been charged with second-degree murder. At a press conference at police headquarters,...

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By Espe Currie and Josh McConnell A new video has surfaced in Toronto’s ongoing mayoral scandal. The video, taken surreptitiously with a cellphone in an unknown living room at an unknown time, shows Mayor Rob...

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By Espe Currie and Jade Leung David Cronenberg: Evolution opened Friday at TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto. To launch the exhibition, the director appeared on a panel with two collaborators – makeup and effects artist...

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By Andrea Fernandes and Espe Currie Toronto Animal Services has too many cats – and they’re currently up for adoption at a very low price. With over 600 cats in shelters all across the city,...

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A new study from internet security giant McAfee, Inc. has found 50 to 75-year-olds are using social media in ever-growing numbers but may not know how to protect themselves. According to the survey, 80 per...

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Toronto artist Allyson Mitchell has masterminded a new attraction this Halloween – a lesbian feminist haunted house. Killjoy’s Castle, in a back alley just off the busy intersection at Lansdowne and College, is an installation...

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By Espe Currie, Megan Rach and Josh McConnell Reaction continued Thursday to Governor General David Johnston’s 2013 throne speech in Ottawa. Consumer concerns were the speech’s major focus on Wednesday, but in addition, here are...

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