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Toronto Zoo New Baby White Rhino

The Toronto Zoo got a Christmas present this year of a new Baby White Rhino, the first to be born at the Toronto Zoo in 27 years. This is great news for the zoo as well as for an animal

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105th Grey Cup Tonight In Ottawa

Its nearly time for the 105th Grey Cup, the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts will be going at it this year to see who reigns supreme this season in the CFL.   The Argonauts have made 22 Grey Cup

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Lunchtime Trivia Wednesday, November 22

Q: When it comes to this in the U.S, Los Angeles and Seattle lead the way. However Toronto has them both beat and has the most of these in North America. What are they?

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TIFF Will Host A-List Celebrities

The Toronto International Film Festival, or TIFF, is coming up and already there are numerous A-List celebrities who are schedule to make appearances in the city.   Angelina Jolie will be promoting First They Killed My Father, which she directed,

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Giant Rubber Duck Departs Toronto

As part of the Canada 150th celebrations that went on a giant rubber duck, costing $200,000 floated in the Toronto waterfront over the weekend. You may recall a previous post on this site talking about it.   There had been

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Taste Of Toronto

The 4th edition of the Taste of Toronto will excite and delight Toronto’s culinary foodies when it plays host to many of the city’s top restaurants, chefs and food producers over the course of four days at Fort York National

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High Speed Rail Planned

Premiere Kathleen Wynne officially announced plans for a high speed rail that will connect Toronto and Windsor and provide stops in Kitchener-Waterloo and in London. The proposal and investigation of this rail line has been discussed for some time now

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QEW HOT Lane Permits Available

If you are a user of the QEW you have seen the High Occupancy Toll, or HOT, lanes that they have had in place for some time now. There are a number of people who can use these lanes. vehicles

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Furry Visitor At Pearson Airport

There is a good chance that you or someone you know has had to deal with a raccoon problem. They like to get into places they are not supposed to be, like attics or basements, but an airport?   Pearson’s

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Traffic Headache

Driving to Toronto? There will be a major traffic disruption as construction season begins. The 50 year-old Bay and York Street ramp is slated to be demolished. Ten thousand cars a day use the so-called, “Hot Wheels” ramp. It was

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Blue Jays Season Opener Today Vs Baltimore. Go Jays Go #LetsRise

Blue Jays kick off their 2017 season this afternoon at 3:05pm in Baltimore.  A lot of excitement surrounds the Jays after 2 really exciting seasons. Marco Estrada will take the mound and gets his first season opener. #LetsRise  #GoJaysGo Logo

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Toronto St.Patrick’s Parade

The Toronto St. Patrick’s Day Parade begins at noon Sunday, starting from the intersection of Bloor St. and St. George St. It heads east on Bloor before travelling south on Yonge St. and then West on Queen St W. It’ll

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Amber Alert Cancelled

The Amber Alert for a 4 year old girl from Toronto has been called off after the girl was found safe in the abandoned car in a parking lot near the home in the Jane Street and Lawrence Avenue area.

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Queen Streetcars

The 3rd busiest streetcar line in Toronto will not be operating from May 7th to September. TTC spokesperson Stuart Green said streetcars along Queen St., will be replaced with buses along the busy route because of a number of construction

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2017 Canadian International Car Show

The 2017 Canadian International Car Show starts tomorrow and is on at the Toronto Convention Centre until February 26th. The highlight of the show are the exotic cars and this year features more than ever. Car enthusiasts will be able to

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