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2017 Is Now The Wettest Year On Record In The GTA

This probably won’t be a shock to too many people in the GTA. Between April 1 and yesterday (May 25, 2017), Toronto has received almost double the amount of rain it would normally get. Yesterday was a record-breaker. According to

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Canada Post Releases A New Stamp To Celebrate Eid

Canada Post has unveiled a new stamp celebrating the Muslim holidays – Eid – ahead of Ramadan which begins on June 25. The colourful stamp has Arabic calligraphy that reads Eid Mubarak which means “have a happy Eid.” The stamp

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PayPal Is Suing Pandora For Copying Their Logo

Pandora unveiled a new logo for its mobile app in October, and PayPal is now suing over it, saying it looks too similar to the logo PayPal uses on its own mobile app. Gizmodo has a comparison of the icons—a

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Massive Fire Burning On The Toronto Waterfront

Heading through the GTHA today you may see thick, black smoke and notice an odd smell. That’s because of a 6-alarm fire that broke out around 1:00am at the GFL Solid Waste Transfer Station in the portlands, off Cherry St

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Investigation Launched After Multiple People Weren’t Properly Informed Their Licence Was Suspended

Ontario’s ombudsman says his office will investigate why some people were left unaware that their drivers’ licence had been suspended. Paul Dube says he has heard from multiple people who had been driving with a suspended licence for years, and

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5-Year Old Falls Off His Bike – Hit By A Car On Lakeshore Blvd

This is tragic. A 5-year-old boy is dead after falling off his bike and into traffic last night on the Lakeshore Blvd. Police say the boy was on a bike path at Lakeshore and Jameson Ave around 6:15pm when he

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The QEW Westbound Is Closed At The 427

This morning’s rush hour commute has been disrupted by a multi vehicle accident resulting in a fuel spill. The QEW westbound is currently closed from the 427 to Dixie Road. Traffic is backed up and will be for several hours

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[Trailer] ABC’s Dirty Dancing Remake Airs Tonight

Dirty Dancing is on tonight, three decades after the blockbuster’s initial release. The original sets a sturdy foundation for ABC’s three-hour remake tonight starting at 8:00pm. Abigail Breslin, in high-waisted jeans, leads the ensemble cast as Frances “Baby” Houseman, with

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[Pics] There’s A Baby Boom Happening At The Toronto Zoo

Toronto Zoo staff are still on strike and it’s not a great time for them to be off the job because there seems to be a baby boom happening. According to the Zoo Twitter account, five cheetah cubs were born to

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Britain Believes Another Attack Is Imminent – Terror Threat Raised To Critical

Britain has raised their official terror threat level to “critical”. That means soldiers have been deployed to vital locations throughout the country, such as Buckingham Palace and Parliament, freeing up police to fight the threat of further attacks. Reports say British

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Odell Beckham Jr. Signs Massive Endorsement Deal With Nike

Odell Beckham Jr. might not be able to hear his critics through the towers of cash coming his way from Nike in a landmark endorsement deal reported yesterday. Nike exercised its right to match an offer from adidas and retain

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The Raptors General Manager Is Leaving For Orlando

The Raptors are losing their General Manager to the Orlando Magic. A team official confirmed to The Canadian Press that Orlando has hired Jeff Weltman as their new president of basketball operations. Weltman came to Toronto in 2013 and was

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Chance The Rapper’s Concert In Toronto Is Being Rescheduled Due To Flooding At The Venue

Live Nation has announced that Chance The Rapper’s concert at Budweiser Stage (formerly the Molson Amphitheatre) tomorrow night has been pushed back to next Tuesday, due to the flooding from rain storm’s two weeks ago in Toronto. Tickets for the

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The Honest Ed’s Sign Is Being Taken Down Today

You can expect big crowds downtown as people watch the iconic Honest Ed’s sign get taken down today. A crane will be removing the 23,000-bulb sign starting at about 11:00am. David Mirvish says the sign will be taken to storage

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Woman Drop-Kicked In Random Attack Downtown Toronto

Toronto Police are looking for a man who allegedly drop kicked a woman in Trinity Square, outside the Eaton Centre, for no reason. The unprovoked attack happened around 9:00am on Friday. A 32-year-old woman was walking in the square when

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