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Victoria Ivantchenko is suing the Sisters of St. Kosmas Aitolos Greek Orthodox Monastery — including the Mother Superior — as well as the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Toronto for “wrongful constructive dismissal.” The crux of the case stems from the question of whether Ivantchenko can be considered an employee at all.
Mayor Rob Ford needs the support of 22 out of 44 councillors to win a vote. In 2011, council's 8 key swing voters voted with the mayor 54% of the time on significant issues, down markedly from the start of his term.
The 4,200-square-foot condo is being offered at $3.2 million, a new record for the 905 regions.
Star investigation: Ontario Health Minister Deb Matthews tells air ambulance rescue service to open up the books and be accountable to taxpayers.
Bell vows not to slow down Internet traffic by March 1. But will this policy lead to higher prices for consumers?
Higher food and oil prices pushed the cost of living 3 per cent higher this year, but inflation is expected to ease in 2012 due to weaker demand in the global economy.
Google chair Eric Schmidt confirms that an Android-powered competitor to Appleâs iPad is coming soon.
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It matters little to Jays’ GM Alex Anthopoulos, the encouraging pats on the back he might receive for being runner-up to the Texas Rangers on the posting bid for Yu Darvish.
Call-up Darryl Boyce should help take a bit of the load off Toronto’s big guns.
The matter of Colby Armstrong keeping his head injury a secret from the Leafs is instructional. It reveals more than ever the difficulty the NHL will have in trying to curb this epidemic.
Tuesdayâs inaugural Leafs Nation Fan Night at the Air Canada Centre was a love-in, a microcosm of the massive, passionate following the team enjoys virtually every day of the season.
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Five ups and five downs in the life of Justin Bieber in 2011.
Director Steven Spielberg incorporates the thrills of his Indiana Jones series with state-of-the art computer animation.
Not everything on the air this week is tangled up in tinsel
Halifax German shepherd and Winnipeg tween singer Maria Aragon top Canucks on favourite YouTube videos.
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Former nun Gillian McCrostie of Bracebridge, Ont., finds fulfillment in continuing a British Victorian tradition that brings joy to others during the holidays.
Should kids make the game or the holiday party? There’s high drama involved in league hockey time commitments for Greater Toronto Families
In the second of the Star’s profiles on interfaith families, meet the Razas, Pakistani Sunni-Shia grandparents whose sons married Catholic and Protestant women.
What caught our eye this week? Charming thank you cards and hip hostess gifts to capture the spirit of giving.
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Five pounds of goods can mean a world of difference to many folks.
Survey finds business travelers like the Dallas airport but arenât so fond of Houston as a conference destination.
It's not all about tea and flowers; British Columbia's capital is full of funky cafes, great shops and lots more.
Pensacola looking spiffier by the day with new hotels and attractions, but the same old, long and lovely beach.
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