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Growing girl power and saying no out loud

Judging by the firestorm of women coming forward to name (literally) bad actors, sexually speaking, the world is a very unsafe place for young women. A quarter of North American women will be sexually assaulted in their lifetime.

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Our guide to Winterlicious favourites that still have space

Done right and if diners approach the idea with properly calibrated expectations Winterlicious can be an unusually good opportunity to try a restaurant outside your usual list at a (slightly) reduced cost.

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$35 mil Rosehill reservoir rehab will feature a $4 mil park

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Local Love: An ethically made turtleneck that looks good on you and the planet

When buying a wardrobe staple like the classic turtleneck, we turn to the ethical and affordable option from local label Kotn.

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First Look: Akira Back brings some Michelin star power to Toronto

Michelin-star chef Akira Back has set up shop with his eponymous modern Korean eatery inside Bisha hotel.

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Ghislaine Landry on her role as captain of the national women’s rugby sevens team

When Ghislaine Landry began her professional rugby career playing for the women’s rugby sevens team in 2007, no version of the sport had been part of the Olympic Games since 1924. Now the 29-year-old Toronto native is captain of the team and represented Team Canada at the 2016 Rio Olympics where they took home bronze.

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Magical Lawrence Park mansion moves quickly

This beautiful Lawrence Park home, built in 1910, was snapped up quickly for a little over asking price.

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Too Close to Call: Great Scots it’s Burns Day this week!

On Jan. 25, Scots around the world celebrate the birthday of Robbie Burns, Scotland’s favourite son. In T.O., a St. Andrew’s Society piper and a Simply Highland dancer fête the Ploughman Poet.

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Rapper Cadence Weapon on his favourite reads

Toronto rapper Cadence Weapon chats about his favourite books.

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