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The man who was beaten and sexually assaulted for three months says he is alive thanks to the neighbours who noticed his injuries.
A top Labourers’ union executive has jumped back into a $200,000-a-year job, 13 months after officials fired him for “deception” and “self-dealing,” as well as spending improprieties.
The captain of the cruise ship that capsized off Tuscany made an unauthorized, unapproved deviation from the shipâs programmed course.
Emergency crews responded to a call around 1:45 a.m. for a fire believed to have started in the garage of a house on Arbourview Dr., near Rutherford Rd. and Dufferin St.
The international rating agency, however, insists the region’s leaders aren’t doing enough to solve their debt crises.
The French finance minister said Friday that Standard & Poorâs had stripped the nation of its top-notch credit rating, again throwing Europeâs ability to fight off its debt crisis into doubt.
Some of Canadaâs biggest banks are advertising promotional ultra-low mortgage rates as the battle for customers intensifies amid a dropoff in consumer borrowing.
Statistics Canada says rebounding merchandise exports turned a trade deficit into a surplus in November.
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If weâre looking for new catchphrases, we can call what remains of the NFL playoffs Three Weeks of Well-Rounded Defence.
With Tyler Bozak set to return from injury, rookie defenceman Jake Gardiner heads to AHL Marlies.
If Toronto has big ambitions this season, GM Brian Burke needs to address his teamâs smallness up front, especially down the middle.
Baltimore will take on New England in the AFC championship game next Sunday.
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It was Ricky Gervais’s third time as host but his podium time seemed limited and some of the funniest bits and sharpest jabs came from the stars.
Charlie Sheen's a changed man, boss of new show tells TCA tour.
The Quebec movie has been named best foreign film in the French language by the Lumiere Awards in Paris.
Actress Heather Locklear was released Friday from a hospital after she was treated in the intensive care unit for an unknown ailment.
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Three Small Rooms hair salon in Barrie is the second salon in Ontario to be allowed to serve up alcohol with its blowouts.
Shop Like a Pro offers up some luxurious items to keep you warm this winter
A large new study found a correlation between a widely used family of antidepressants and a rare but dangerous condition called persistent pulmonary hypertension when taken in late pregnancy. But some caution study is flawed. Women should consult their doctors before discontinuing a medication.
Dr. Julia Miranda Rackal was out making a house call when she met a patient whose unique name inspired her and her husband.
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Chinese New Year 2012 celebrated from Hong Kong to San Francisco, and Vancouver to Sydney, with festivals and parades. Not to mention Singapore, Manila, Bangkok and, of course, China.
From snakeskin pedicures to Red Carpet Facials, the possibilities for personal transformation in Las Vegas are endless.
Also on deck this week: deals for Italy, Niagara and Affinia Hotels in Chicago, New York and Washington D.C.
Need a family holiday in the sun? St. Augustine offers something different for travelers looking for Florida vacations.
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