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What is a derecho, and how can you protect yourself from future storms? A meteorologist weighs in

On June 2, Ontarians head to the polls to vote for members of the provincial parliament. Get ready with this election-themed quiz.

“Good craft sake is an expression of the land, the brewer’s deep passion and finely honed technique." Food writer Nancy Matsumoto shares her go-to sake spots from across the city and what to eat and drink there.

Toronto arborist explains what you need to know about tree damage

Driver dead after crashing into home in Toronto’s east end

South Korea could be getting a floating city — a concept that could work in Toronto, company says

Toronto’s homeless encampments are back on the fringes. Here’s why that’s a problem

Have your say: Given the uncertainty of COVID, are you purchasing trip protection or travel insurance for your upcoming trip?

My partner sent my daughter a shocking text message. Is our relationship over? Ask Ellie

Health Canada has issued guidance to families with babies who have food allergies and serious medical conditions and are being impacted by the global shortage of baby formula.

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#Breaking : Cockroach-infested long-term care homes, soiled residents left to wallow #COVID19  patients allowed to wander around, forceful feeding of the elderly, and a “culture of fear to use supplies because those cost money.”

Two new reports, released this week, suggest that a substantial portion of the inflation Canadian consumers are experiencing today are attributable to companies boosting their prices well beyond the rate at which they are paying for their supplies.

More than 60 years ago a Black teen from Malvern C.I. was told to stop dancing with a white girl on a Buffalo TV show. Toronto exploded.

Human trials to begin on new male birth control pill with 99% efficacy, study shows

⚡️Ontario government workers will no longer need to be vaccinated as of April 4

On Dec. 21, the date of the winter solstice, gas giants Jupiter and Saturn will align in the night sky and appear as a single ultra-bright light in a rare event known as the “Christmas Star.”

Citing the discovery of the remains of 215 children in Kamloops, U.S. Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland announced her department is launching a program to investigate potential burial sites associated with Indigenous boarding schools in the U.S.

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Canada has tossed or let expire almost 2 million COVID-19 vaccine doses in recent months, although the number of exact losses is surrounded by secrecy.

An "unthinkable loss." Remains of 215 children found at former residential school in British Columbia.

@BTS_twt  will be playing Toronto’s Rogers Centre — the 55,000-seat capacity home of the Blue Jays — for not one but two shows on May 30 and 31. @garnetfraser :

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