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Alleged impaired driver kills female pedestrian in Regent Park

A woman has died after being struck by an alleged impaired driver in Regent Park on Thursday afternoon. Just after 1:30 pm, police were called to the area of Regent Park Boulevard and Dundas Street after receiving reports of a car colliding with a fire hydrant and pole. When police …

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Ontario Set To Increase Rent In 2020 By 2.2%, The Highest Increase The Province Has Seen In Over Five Years

Ontarians haven’t paid this much in rent increases since 2013. It comes as no surprise that renting in Ontario is expensive, especially if you live in one of the bigger cities, like Toronto. Yet, as of next year rent in Ontario is about to rise even higher as the provincial …

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Ikea Canada now selling a housewarming plant ‘fit for a fun champion’

Even IKEA wants Kawhi Leonard to stay in Toronto. The major retailer has revealed it’s now selling a housewarming plant that’s fit for a “fun champion.” The plant is a nod to ‘Plant Guy,’ who became an internet sensation after walking through downtown carrying a massive plant that he wanted to give to …

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New Kids on The Block wore Raptors jerseys at last night’s Toronto concert (PHOTOS)

Seems everyone is riding the wave of Raptors glory. New Kids on The Block performed in Toronto last night, days after the city celebrated the home team’s historic NBA Championship with a massive parade. And in light of the joy being felt across town, the band decided to get into the groove… in …

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Raptors are officially getting a street named after them in Toronto

John Tory/Twitter Toronto is about to get its second street named after a pro sports team. On Wednesday, Toronto city council voted on Mayor John Tory’s motion to dedicate a portion of Bremner Boulevard to ‘Raptors Way.’ And sports fans will be happy to know it was a slam dunk vote and the motion …

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Commute times in Toronto are up 8% from 2013: poll

TTChelps/Twitter Toronto commuters are now spending more time on public transit than they did in 2013, and a majority claim that commute times affect their quality of life, according to a new pollsurveying transit riders in the city. The poll, released by Forum Research, was conducted through a telephone survey of …

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