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Toronto Zoo Artic Wolf Pups

There is no denying that baby animals are adorable and the Toronto Zoo has had their fair share of them in the last few years and just recently they received at least six more as the Arctic Wolf Dora has

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Royal Wedding Screening

You may not have gotten the invite to Windsor Castle for the royal wedding but that doesn’t mean you can’t catch the ceremony inside a stately venue named for a royal. Theatre magnate David Mirvish has announced that the Princess

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Airports Issue Warning About Delays And Cancellations

Pearson Airport is operating Today however they have issued a warning to travellers this morning of possible delays and cancellations due to the weather. They have posted the following warnings to their website and also their twitter feed.   April

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The Baby Show In Toronto

The Baby Show has everything for the modern parent! Find parenting experts, products from top brands and services to help guide you through your pregnancy, life with a new baby and parenting in those first few years. The Baby Show is the premium pregnancy and

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What Happens To The Old Stanley Cup Rings

There is quite a lot of upset over the recent announcement that a few legends of hockey will have their names removed from the Stanley Cup, but truthfully it’s not the first time. This process has already happened 20 times,

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Toronto Says Goodbye To Giant Pandas

Today is your last day to visit Er Shun, Da Mao, Jia Panpan and Jia Yueyue in the Toronto Zoo. Those are the four Giant Pandas that have lived in Toronto for the past five years. It started off as

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More Toronto businesses go cashless

Cash may still be king in many respects, but plastic is working its way to the throne. A number of businesses are choosing to go cashless — accepting only debit and credit cards — and it’s legal to do so.

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Winter Storm And Snowfall Warnings And Weather Statements For Tonight And Tomorrow

Winter storm warning in effect for: Burlington – Oakville City of Hamilton Niagara Falls – Welland – Southern Niagara Region St. Catharines – Grimsby – Northern Niagara Region Dunnville – Caledonia – Haldimand Major winter storm beginning this evening with

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Name Those Rhinos

The Toronto Zoo wants to have the public help in naming their two baby Rhinos! The Zoo currently has two baby rhinos in its care including a white rhino calf who was born in December, 2017 and the first baby

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Rats!? Toronto Tops The List. Hamilton And Burlington Also Make The List

Orkin, the pest control company has come up with their annual list of Rattiest cities in Ontario. Some may be surprising some may not. Toronto tops the list once again. See the top ten and see a link from Halton

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Winterlicious Toronto

This season’s most delectable event, Winterlicious, is on now. More than 200 of Toronto’s top restaurants are offering three-course prix fixe menus from January 26 to February 8, 2018. The participating restaurants will offer three-course prix fixe lunch menus priced at

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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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