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Toronto-York TTC Subway Extension Set to Open in 29 Days

The new TTC subway extension from Downsview Park Station in Toronto to the Vaughan Metropolitan Centre in York Region will open on Dec. 17, just 29 days from today. The new subway extension will provide subway service that moves beyond

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And The Potential NEW Batman Has Been Revealed…

  Following rumors earlier today that filmmaker Matt Reeves has already settled on a replacement for Ben Affleck In ‘The Batman’ should he decide to not participate, it appears as if that potential replacement’s name has been revealed–Jake Gyllenhaal.  

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Scam Alert – The OPP Is Not Collecting Donations For Their Community Bear Program

The OPP is warning the public to be wary of organizations going around collecting money for their teddy bear program. The ‘Community Bear Program’ provides black and white teddy bears that officers can give to young children that are in

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Has The Government Mislead Us About How Many Jobs Are Being Created?

Do you ever hear those reports from Stats Can about how many jobs were created last month and think … that doesn’t sound right? The latest government issued report is being seriously contradicted by the inaugural private-sector jobs report by

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Hydro One Has Applied To Raise Our Rates Again

Are our hydro bills going up again? Hydro One has applied for a rate increase. The head of Hydro One says the utility needs to have a rate increase approved, in order to keep the power system stable. The company’s

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NDP Blocks Back-To-Work Legislation – Liberals To Try Again Today To End The College Strike

Yesterday was a very eventful day in news related to the Ontario college strike. Here is the rundown: 

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Striking College Faculty Rejects Offer, Strike To Continue

It’s not the news many wanted, but Ontario’s striking college faculty has voted to reject the latest contract offer, and as a result, the strike will continue. In a statement released this morning, Sonia Del Missier (the chair of the College’s

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The Canada Revenue Agency Orders PayPal To Hand Over Transaction History For Canadian Users

The Canada Revenue Agency is ordering online payments company ‘PayPal’ to hand over information about its Canadian account holders. In a notice on its website, PayPal says it’s been served with a Federal Court order to disclose the information within 45

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[Pics] Playboy Casts Plus-Size Model Molly Constable In Latest Racy Shoot

Playboy is featuring a plus-size model in its latest editorial.  Playboy collaborated with rising star Molly Constable and photographer Heather Hazzan in a bid to prove that big is beautiful.  And the size 20 beauty, who has walked the runways

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This Leonardo Da Vinci Painting Just Sold For Almost Half A Billion Dollars

History has been made in the art world. A painting of Jesus Christ by Leonardo da Vinci sold for a record $450 million at auction yesterday.  The painting is called “Salvator Mundi” (Italian for “Savior of the World”). This is

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Results Of The College Faculty Vote Will Be Announced This Morning After 10am

Voting by striking college faculty members will end at 10:00 this morning. Because votes on the latest contract offer are being done online and by phone, we shouldn’t have to wait very long to know the results. If the faculty

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Tripadvisor Will Soon Start Identifying Hotels Where Sexual Assaults Occurred

TripAdvisor has announced they will soon start identifying hotels where sexual assault has occurred for the information of travelers. It will be done through new icons that were introduced this week.  The company said they are taking steps to protect

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13,900 Hoverboards Recalled Because Of A Battery Fire Risk

Seven companies are issuing new hoverboard recalls after discovering that the battery packs may pose a fire hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.  Yesterday’s recall involves 13,900 units, bringing the total number to 520,100 since the CPSC began

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Anonymous Corporate Donor Wants To Provide Protective Vests For Toronto Police Dogs

Toronto Police dogs could be getting armoured vests, thanks to an anonymous corporate donor. The donor has offered to buy 18 armoured vests for Toronto police dogs to keep them safe from violent offenders. The vests cost $1,240 each, so the

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Bill Gates Is Making A Massive Donation To Find A Cure For Alzheimer’s Disease

Bill Gates has long been a philanthropist through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The foundation has donated millions of dollars to combat diseases and poverty.  But now Gates has now decided to make a personal donation.  He is donating

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