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Why owners of floating homes at Scarborough Bluffs are worried about neighbourhood's future

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Marineland bans lawyer, filmmaker and scientist among others from entering park

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Ontario reports at least 809 COVID-19 hospitalizations

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Canada's Katie Vincent picks up canoe sprint World Cup silver medal

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Three of Ontario's four main parties say they favour electoral reform

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Driver dead after truck crashes into house, causing gas leak

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Tens of thousands still without power after deadly storm in Ontario and Quebec

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Shrinkflation is happening on grocery store shelves. What it is, and how to avoid

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What Ontario's major political parties are promising on public transit

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As she lay dying in a Joliette, Que., hospital bed, an Atikamekw woman clicked her phone on and broadcast a Facebook Live video appearing to show her being insulted and sworn at by hospital staff.

Grad photo goes viral after Toronto teen creates a 'glamorous, red carpet' look for himself

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CN Tower lit up for #Paris  tonight.

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Activist, author and veteran died this morning in Belleville. He was 95. Here's a look back at his extraordinary life. Read more: #IStandWithHarry 

Ontario man asking $29.99 for 6-year-old McDonald's cheeseburger and fries

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The Regent Park School of Music youth choir can be heard playing instruments and singing backup on @taylorswift13  new album #Lover  on the track called "It's nice to have a Friend."

Stephen Lecce, one of Doug Ford's highest profile cabinet ministers, is apologizing in the midst of the Ontario election campaign for his involvement in a so-called "slave auction" fundraiser 15 years ago.

Premier Ford and other officials have repeatedly suggested throughout the pandemic's second wave that the curve was flattening, only to see it surge again. Here's a look at that timeline:

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How's this for heartwarming? A viewer sent us this photo of a construction worker who walked a woman home from the subway station to make sure she got back safely. Toronto the Good, indeed. (Photo submitted by Nick. P.)

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'She saved my life more than once': Service dog who fell ill at PetSmart has died, owner says

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