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With the U.S. presidential race headed for a photo finish, absentee ballots and voting abroad has never been more important – meaning Americans living in Canada may decide the next president of the United States....

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By Alex Lambert In an effort to help moderate Ontarians’ fear of a cancer diagnosis, the Canadian Cancer Society launched a campaign today called The FearLess Project. The website thefearlessproject.ca launched Monday, and a survey on...

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James Bond still thrills after 50 years

November 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Neetu Thind The highly anticipated James Bond thriller Skyfall will debut on Canadian screens later this week and after 50 years in film, the charismatic spy is still drawing in fans. One reason the iconic...

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By Julie Fish With files from Daniel Buzzelli Canada’s immigration and refugee policies have come under attack again by international activist group ‘No One is Illegal.’ The Toronto branch of the group held a protest...

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by Jeanette Liu If you can’t reach orgasm you might want to consider sticking a nasal spray up your nose. According to a Huffington Post report, a ‘female Viagra’ could be hitting the Canadian market soon....

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By Shaleni McBain Although Canadians cannot vote in tomorrow’s U.S. election, the outcome may still affect us north of the border. Raymond Chrétien, former Canadian ambassador to France, the United States, Belgium, Mexico and the...

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Swing states critical in U.S. election

November 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Matt Creed With both candidates polling fairly even in the 2012 U.S. election, once again it will come down to the swing states to decide the presidential victor. “The U.S. is a deeply partisan...

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Guy Fawkes Day: 400 years of activism

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By Alex Fuller Four hundred and seven years ago Monday, Guy Fawkes and 12 others conspired to destroy the House of Lords in London over increasing religious tension in England. Beginning in the new millennium,...

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Pedestrian safety campaign comes to Humber

November 5, 2012 | 0 Comments

By Melinda Warren and Erin Eaton The Toronto Police kicked off this season’s “STEP UP and Be Safe” pedestrian campaign Monday. The campaign will run until Nov. 17, making an appearance at Humber’s north campus...

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‘BIG’ new textile exhibit at ROM

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By Heather VanAndel The Royal Ontario Museum unveiled its BIG new exhibit on Saturday. Located in the Patricia Harris Gallery of Textiles and Costume on level four of the ROM, BIG displays objects from every...

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