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Thanks for Sandwich Town series

Re: Precious relics of saints – and a few sinners, by Dave Battagello, April 20.

I am delighted to see the special series coverage the Star has given recently to the revitalizing of historic Sandwich Town. 124 more words


PRINCE once lived among us on TORONTO’s Bridle Path when he was married to Manuela Testolini. The marriage was a short one, but the 14,280 square-foot palatial home remains – listed for sale by Forest Hill Oakville Real Estate for…

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Damage done by B.C. neighbour's 'completely false and unjustified' Facebook post 'cannot be overstated'

NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. — A British Columbia woman has been ordered to pay more than $65,000 after making unfounded accusations over Facebook suggesting her neighbour was a pedophile who set up mirrors and cameras in his backyard to spy on her children. 313 more words


Why keys shouldn't be labelled with an address

If possession really is nine-tenths of the law, then for about 15 minutes on the afternoon of Monday, April 18, I was only one-tenth homeless. 575 more words

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Scenes From Lansing & Willowdale

Outside of a McDonald’s and 7-Eleven at Yonge and Sheppard, there’s a blue plaque. The City of Toronto and TTC marker commemorates the 1860 Joseph Shepard/Dempsey Brothers Store which once stood at this site. 794 more words


Spring Things

It’s been an busy season so far and there’s lots more to come, at least there is around here. The photos scattered through this post are from two of the events I’ve attended this month – the… 320 more words