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Mayor wants Toronto as 2026 World Cup co-host

Mayor John Tory wants Toronto to co-host the 2026 FIFA World Cup. Tory released a statement supporting a staff report that recommends the city enter as a host into a joint bid for the games by Canada, the U.S. and

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Toronto shortlisted for Amazon’s Hq2

Toronto is the only Canadian city on Amazon Inc.’s short list of 20 candidates for a second North American headquarters. The e-commerce giant received 238 applications for the opportunity and says narrowing it down to 20 was very tough. The

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105th Grey Cup Game This Sunday

This weekend in the 105th Grey Cup, the Calgary Stampeders and the Toronto Argonauts will be going at it for their fourth match up in the finals.   The Argonauts have made 22 Grey Cup appearances and have won a

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MS treatment centre opening

One in every 340 Canadians suffers from multiple sclerosis — known as “Canada’s disease” because the country has the highest prevalence of the neurological condition in the world. Now, Toronto’s St. Michael’s Hospital says it plans to create the world’s

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Red Carpet moment for Mohawk student

An unforgettable moment for a Mohawk College student who literally received the red carpet treatment. 19-year-old Katie Atkinson walked the red carpet for a special screening of the new film “Wonder” in Toronto. Atkinson was one of several people with

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Toronto to allow backyard chickens

Residents in some Toronto neighbourhoods will be allowed to keep chickens in their backyards under a pilot project approved today by city council. Residents can keep up to four chickens, no roosters are permitted. Chickens would not be allowed in

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Toronto City Council causing flap

It may cause a flap for some, but it could also be a feather in a cap for Toronto City Council. Residents in some neighbourhoods will be allowed to keep chickens in their backyards under a pilot project approved by

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Toronto, GTA bidding for Amazon

Toronto is going all out to lure Amazon north of the border.   Bloomberg News says Toronto has submitted a joint bid with Mississauga, Halton, York, Brampton and Durham Region for Amazons’ second headquarters.   The giant electronic and cloud

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Maple Leafs Playoffs Look Tough

After dropping their final game of the season and ending the year with a 40-27-15 (meaning they lost 2 more games than they won in the end) the Toronto Maple Leafs are still heading into the post season. That final

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