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Story The Somali-Canadian Association of Etobicoke was one of four Ontario organizations that got a share of the $202,000 that U.S. website Gawker raised in a bid to buy the video. The donation, about $47,000, has started to crystallize into a new
From Dan Hoornweg, professor and research chair University of Ontario Institute of Technology: 1...Develop the world's most comprehensive and accurate database...Create a carbon tax for the Toronto urban region in collaboration with other cities.
Guests at Thursday's event, at the Fairmont Royal York hotel, include Lynn Crawford, Michael Ignatieff, Richard Peddie, Dave Bidini, Steven Galloway and Olivia Chow.
Photos Save to mystar Share on Facebook Rob Ford has acknowledged for the first time that he skips the Pride parade out of personal preference, not strictly because of his schedule. At the first candidates' forum of the 2014 mayoral election, Toronto'
Photo Save to mystar Share on Facebook A city and Waterfront Toronto report released Wednesday ranked four options for the eastern stretch: maintaining it, improving it, replacing it, or removing it. Removing the roadway ranked highest in a number of
Story While it is true that no student gay or otherwise is required to attend Trinity Western University, the school's code of conduct creates an environment where it is acceptable to shame and exclude members of the queer community. This environment
Bundles of Canadian money Photos.com How I Started Mr. Remedios's company is still innovating, he says. Most of the chances he and his artists have taken have paid off. He has 33 employees and offices in Toronto, Los Angeles and Mexico, and he's
If Canadians have a preoccupation these days, apart from the winter weather, it seems to be real estate. Specifically: the ever-rising prices in most of our big cities...You can hear Alison Smith's special report on home ownership tonight on the
ET Toronto's Derrick Fung has made Forbes magazine's "30 under 30" list for music, alongside industry heavyweights like Drake and Lady Gaga. (Handout/Canadian Press) A 26-year-old Toronto entrepreneur, who quit his investment banking job to pursue
Sunnybrook Environmental Services workers' role at the hospital has never been more important Globe photographer Kevin Van Paassen has spent countless hours at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre since September capturing the drama and the routine of