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Bloor Street bicycle lanes have increased driving times

Vehicle travel times on Bloor Street have increased following the installation of dedicated bicycle lanes despite a drop in traffic volume, according to a preliminary report on the pilot project released on Friday. 347 more words


There's a Guiding Star

Who doesn’t love a lighthouse? I don’t know why, but they have always fascinated me. As a matter of fact, I think my ideal retirement job would have me working a lighthouse on some forgotten Newfoundland shore with a house full of cats and yarn and the sound of the ocean for company. 339 more words

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Child care centre sees low numbers in face of funding freeze

Child care centres are short of funding from the City of Toronto, despite high demand for child care services from the community and even college students in particular. 540 more words


Sand, Surf, and Parkas?

So the long weekend arrived and the kids wanted to know what we were going to do. The answer was obvious. We’re going to the beach. 422 more words

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What’s open and closed on Family Day in Toronto

Here’s a list of what’s open and closed on Family Day in Toronto for Monday, Feb. 20, 2017.



the elusive cloud gardens

For year’s I’ve been hearing about the *magical* Cloud Gardens Conservatory. Located in downtown Toronto, Ontario, it’s elusiveness is mainly a result of limited hours of operation. 208 more words

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TDSB trustee elected councillor in Scarborough-Rouge River byelection

Neethan Shan has been elected as councillor for Scarborough’s Ward 42 in a byelection Monday, just over a year after being elected as a Toronto District School Board trustee. 204 more words