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A suburban Markham couple has racked up $25,000 in fines for blocking the road or the sidewalk with their second vehicle.
The Ontario government should set targets to boost the number of students who say they like to read, just as it has set targets for test scores, says People for Education.
A small snake decided to claim Dalwood Arianâs toilet as its own last night.
Instead Iranâs defence minister demanded an apology from Washington.
Enthusiasm for riskier assets such as stocks and the euro faded Monday as investors worried that Europeâs new pact aimed at fixing the continentâs debt crisis would be insufficient.
The CRTC has ordered Bell Mobility to provide its exclusive NHL and NFL mobile content to its rival Telus.
BBC World News Survey finds nearly a quarter of people around the world were talking about greed and corruption earlier this year. Tell us what you were talking about this year.
Indonesia’s telecommunications regulator is demanding that Research in Motion build a local data centre if it wants to continue doing business in that country.
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The NHL got a stark reminder today that brain injuries (formerly known by the more benign term concussions) are still the No. 1 issue facing the sport with a setback to Sidney Crosby's comeback.
Penguins star out again after return of âconcussion-like symptoms.â
Ray, 32, is heading to the Argos in exchange for QB Steven Jyles, a first-round pick in the CFL draft and kicker Grant Shaw.
The Buds made sure to handle all discussions about the struggling Carolina Hurricanes with care Monday morning at practice.
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Toronto-shot CTV series caught fire in Canada, where it is properly appreciated.
Mike Myers is reportedly in discussions to write an Austin Powers musical to run on Broadway.
Comic puts up new special online first for fans to purchase.
NASA has boldly gone to a place where no astronaut has gone before: the radio music industry.
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Jennifer Hom is one of a handful of illustrators who dress up the Google home page.
Urban Herbivore is the only vegan restaurant in the Eaton Centre food court. Shame about the rudeness.
Province-wide competition invites high schoolers to complete works started by Miriam Toews, Johanna Skibsrud and Ian Rankin.
A recent survey of 13,000 respondents in 13 countries indicates Canadians are less interested in sex.
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Hedonism II offering a free wedding and 4 nights stay if folks get married in the nude on a TV broadcast.
Lovely castles and a gentle river in Amboise, France.
Despite the retro â50s beach shack vibe, visitors hunting for great food on this laid-back island chain will discover the real thing, prepared by people who love what they do.
Monday Dec. 12 marks 100th anniversary of founding of the modern city of New Delhi.
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