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I hate Rob Ford. Not because he orchestrated the whack job on TTC general manager Gary Webster but because Project Ford Lite, his personal Stop the Gravy vow, is one commitment that hasnât screeched to a no-can-do halt.
Call centre and customer service workers at 407 ETR, the company that owns the toll-operated Highway 407, went on strike Wednesday morning.
Appeals court rules in favour of man who felt poorly represented at a hearing to decide his right to refuse anti-psychotic drugs.
A French photojournalist and an American working for a British newspaper were killed Wednesday by Syrian government shelling of the opposition stronghold of Homs, France's government said.
Sales at one of Canadaâs largest department store chains continued to slide over the key holiday sales period while profits shrank.
Canadian shoppers in Buffalo helped buoy Erie County while in Canada, retail sales suffered in December.
PlayBook upgrade fills in what was missing when Blackberry-maker RIM first released its tablet to compete fast with Appleâs iPad. Itâs not a game-changer, but it at least gets RIM back in the game.
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As the trade deadline nears and the losses pile up, the shopping list in Leafland only seems to get longer.
After Phil Kessel’s late goal forced extra period, Leafs hit the post before Devils beat Jonas Gustavsson.
It’s a video that might have Sport Chek employees fearing for their jobs.
Red Wings add Kyle Quincey, Bolts get first-round pick after losing captain Vincent Lecavalier with broken right hand.
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Season 1 of hit PBS drama Downton Abbey begins airing again on VisionTV.
Anyone who knows their Oscars knows that nomineesâ fashion plans are strictly top secret until the big day. They seem to be more revealing about their designer undergarments, though.
The book is described as "the second official photographic book" from the multiplatinum-selling superstar.
Despite her happiness, Adele made an obscene gesture after her acceptance speech for her second award was cut short due to time constraints but she insisted she did not want to offend her fans.
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For young children who fear getting a needle, researchers have developed a scale — a series of increasingly frightened faces — that helps youngsters report their feelings.
Ralph Rucci cancelled his New York Fashion Week show. Now reports say heâs considering bankruptcy. Jeanne Beker is devastated, but not surprised.
The same day Helene Campbell appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week, more than 700 Ontarians registered to be a donor.
Belgian filmmaker Anna Van der Wee set out to answer the question âAm I still a twin?â after her brother was killed in an accident.
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The shopping and beach mecca of Miami, Florida is often at the top of Canadians' travel lists.
Backpacker study finds Sofia, Bulgaria the cheapest city in Europe, while Oslo, Norway is the most expensive. Be prepared!
Newfoundland and Labrador have done a great job promoting their destination these past few years with an eye-catching ad campaign. If youâre ready to book, Globus has a deal: 12-day tours discounted by $200 per person, as long as you reserve by April 17. Trip highlights include Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site famous for its spectacular scenery, the Strait of Belle Isle (also known as âIceberg Alleyâ), LâAnse Aux Meadows National Historic Site and the only known Viking settlement in North America, the historic community of Trinity, Cape Spear and St. Johnâs with a cruise of Witless Bay to see the humpback whales. With the discount, prices start at $2,379 per person and include accommodation, touring, attraction tickets, daily breakfasts and most dinners, including a lobster dinner and a farewell dinner complete with one of Newfoundlandâs famous âScreech-Inâ ceremonies on the last night. Tours run June through September. See www.globusjourneys.ca.
Finding wild animals on a safari to Africa is a special experience. But it's really all about the water.
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