January 2018

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Toronto in 10 Clicks: Supermoons, Raptors cruising, Doug Ford joins PC leadership race and more

From Doug Ford to the Raptors to Amazon — we round up everything you need to know about Toronto, so you don't have to.

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City council could triple the number of body-rubbers licensed to offer erotic services later this month

Body-rub parlour premises are zoned to industrial areas, away from schools, places of worship and prying eyes, whereas holistic centres may occupy residentially and commercially zoned neighbourhoods.

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Yonge and St. Clair is "making a comeback" with Mazzone mosaic and BIA plans

Toronto City Council will vote on Jan. 31 to approve a business improvement area (BIA) for the Yonge & St. Clair intersection.

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Kristin Kreuk stars in exciting new CBC legal drama Burden of Truth

Best known for her roles as Lana Lang in Smallville and Catherine Chandler in the CW’s TV adaptation of Beauty and the Beast, actor Kristin Kreuk is looking to step into a more dramatic role.

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The Annex is getting a new homeless shelter this February

The plan to open a homeless shelter on Davenport Road in the Annex was unveiled at a press conference held by local councillor Joe Cressy.

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2018 Toronto Private School Open House Guide

Open house events are a great way to learn more about the schools you're considering for your child. We've put together a list of 2018 dates and times for Toronto's best private and independent schools so you can plan your visit.

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To rock or not to rock? That is the question in Hamlet's latest update

Shakespeare’s soliloquy-powered play gets told through a rock-and-roll lens in the Tarragon Theatre’s latest production.

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Thornhill’s Baythorn Public School under fire for unsafe parking

Thornhill’s Baythorn Public School has recently come under criticism from residents for its unsafe peak periods, which often see blocked lanes and kids running across busy roads.

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Stintz on Midtown: Blanket heritage designation is wrong and needs to stop

Although some Midtown buildings may have features worth preserving, the vast majority are simple two-storey buildings that will likely get redeveloped.

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Residents concerned about proposed plans for new hotel and condos in Yorkdale

Ambitious plans for an expanded, mixed-use development at Yorkdale Shopping Centre, known as the Yorkdale Block Master Plan, have raised concerns from residents.

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