Jan 28, 2012

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Could anyone have saved 2-year-old Joshua from his parents?

In their attempt to get to heaven, Alphanso and Stephanie Warren became the parents from hell.

Man in hospital after shooting in Richmond Hill

A man was taken to hospital after suffering a gunshot wound early Saturday morning.

Police investigating death of woman in alley behind Dufferin Mall

Police are treating the death of a woman found with serious head injuries behind Dufferin Mall as a suspicious.

DiManno: Three possible outcomes in Shafia case

Guilty of first-degree murder, guilty of second-degree murder, or not guilty. Manslaughter is not an option.


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This Weekend: Things to do in Toronto

Events around Toronto January 27 to January 29.

Rundown city-owned houses up for sale

Dilapidated city-owned houses draw crowds as three more go on the auction block in hot neighbourhoods, backing onto parks

U.S. economy grew modest 2.8 per cent in fourth quarter

The U.S. economy grew at a 2.8 per cent annual rate in the final three months of last year, the fastest growth in 2011.


Borrowing Boomers pile on more debt

One third of the most indebted households in Canada are carrying nearly three-quarters of all household debt.Boomers and those already in hock are buried under the most household debt, a CIBC report shows.

Air Canada offers pilots less generous wages in five-year deal

Leaked memo of latest offer to Air Canada’s pilots includes lower wage increases than a rejected first deal, no specific mention of a discount airline.

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Victoria Azarenka beats Maria Sharapova 6-3, 6-0 to win Australian Open

Victoria Azarenka had produced one of the most lopsided Australian Open final victories to capture a Grand Slam title and the No. 1 ranking for the first time. She started celebrating on Rod Laver Arena, then suddenly did a double-take to ask her coach, “What happened?”

Canada earns 2012 Olympic berth with win over Mexico

Christine Sinclair booted Canada into the Olympics and herself into Canadian soccer folklore Friday night.


Feschuk: Tea Party Tim takes the fifth

Bruins goaltender Tim Thomas has yet to properly answer for his misguided decision not to accompany his teammates to the White House; instead, he blames the media for the controversy.

Toronto Raptors dig early hole, lose to Denver Nuggets 96-81

The Raptors failed again to generate enough offence in the absence of big man Andrea Bargnani in a 96-81 loss to the Denver Nuggets on Friday night.

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Andrew MacNaughtan, photographer, dies on Rush assignment

Celebrated Canadian celebrity photographer Andrew MacNaughtan passes away suddenly on assignment with Rush.

Liam Neeson’s an action man for all seasons

As honest and direct off camera as he is on it, The Grey’s Liam Neeson opts to address his recent family tragedy directly but discreetly.


Man on a Ledge and One for the Money reviews: Over the edge

January dumpers: Man on a Ledge that steals brain cells while One for the Money is bereft of love and laughter.

Monsieur Lazhar director Philippe Falardeau’s inner child

With the Oscar-bound Monsieur Lazhar, Philippe Falardeau again gets in touch with his inner child â€" and his inner Artful Dodger.

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Star readers share their weight-loss success stories

Mayor Rob Ford could boost his motivation with these weight loss success stories.

Canada Goose among Canadian coat brands creating a fashion flurry worldwide

The world is tapping into Canada’s secret to a warm winter: Down-filled coats.


Top 5 trends at Toronto’s Interior Design Show 2012

The International Design Show showcases the latest in design and decor Saturday and Sunday at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre.

Sex and the City actress Cynthia Nixon hates the b-word

When actress Cynthia Nixon told a reporter she decided to be gay, the debate ensued.

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Travel options galore on Super Bowl Sunday

If you don’t mind missing the big football game, you’ll find it much easier to get dinner reservations or find that great deal on a ski trip by booking on Feb. 5, Super Bowl Sunday.

Air Canada, WestJet and Porter battle for Big Apple business

WestJet, Air Canada and Porter all announcing new flights from Toronto to the New York area; we'll have to see how much consumers benefit.


Mardi Gras madness on its way to New Orleans

One of the world’s biggest parties runs in less than a month, so start your travel planning for New Orleans right now.

Nicaragua safe for tourists, and a destination for eco-travellers

Eco-tourists will love Nicaragua with its unspoiled Pacific and Caribbean coasts

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