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Eight years after an Ontario government promise to revolutionize nursing home care, a private nursing home chain enforced such strict restrictions on diapers that staff wrapped residents in towels and plastic garbage bags to keep their beds dry.
All southbound lanes on Highway 400 are blocked between Highways 88 and 89 for a heavy tow-truck removing a tractor-trailer that rolled over earlier this morning.
A Toronto District School Board teacher has been charged with possessing child pornography.
Still, the gas spike is significantly less than the 22.7 per cent increase in gas prices recorded in September.
Real estate prices have plummeted so severely in Ireland, some properties are now selling for 70 per cent off their 2007 peak.
Ottawa has tabled a framework for a pooled pension plan aimed at helping the many Canadian workers without the security of a company pension.
The Toronto stock market was lower while commodity prices fell back as worries about the European debt crisis settled on Spain.
The federal advisory body on sustainable development wants governments to put a price on water used by industry.
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The sizzling start of the Maple Leafs is now but a memory. And Ron Wilson's opportunity to land a contract extension at some point during this season is almost certainly gone as well.
Great One courted by at least one group kicking the tires on the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Fund’s $1.5 billion share of MLSE.
Star columnist Rosie DiManno offers her take on how the Leafs answered five questions facing them in the Preds game.
Jonas Gustavsson may now be a pale version of his former self, but for the Leafs to claim he was never projected as the main guy in the nets seems a tad revisionist.
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This guide will help parents navigate and prepare for the onslaught of Muppets, Chipmunks and other animated critters soon to be lurking in theatres.
Veteran filmmaker Laszlo Barna and the CBC are collaborating on a biopic on the life of late NDP leader Jack Layton.
Demi Moore is ending her marriage to fellow actor Ashton Kutcher, she told the Associated Press Thursday.
The sequel is a darker version of the 2006 Oscar winner, but a pair of krill feed us some big laughs.
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They were married four times as long as Kim Kardashian but split up within a year of saying “I do.” Toronto exes Jenny Johnston and Brice Hall talk to the Star about their 360-day marriage.
The solitary touts who wheedle, cajole or murmur quietly are loved by some and snubbed by others. Meet two of them.
Sonia Day tries growing the sexy specimens featured in her new book, The Untamed Garden.
The Dish analyzes the chicken bento box from Sushi on Bloor, a popular Annex eatery
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Twelve interconnected resorts in two countries, 650 km of groomed runs, 197 lifts — the Portes du Soleil stats read like Jose Bautista’s baseball card.
Hearst Castle in San Simeon, California is larger than life, just like its illustrious founder.
Fine hotels offer artsy Italian package, plus check out bargains for sunny destinations like San Diego and Mexico.
Arizonaâs gigantic landmarks are a reason to hit red-rock country in the desert around Sedona.
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