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November 29, 2009: Tracking Union Station’s turbulent 151-year historyWho knew complaining about pedestrian access to the waterfront is a Toronto tradition dating back to the late 1800s?
November 3, 2009: Exploring how ‘messy’ dialogue can lead to real resolutionsConference discusses how equitable dialogue can bring a divided community together
October 16, 2009: Movember aims to change the face of prostate cancer —  Campaign challenges men across the country to show their support for prostate cancer research by growing a “mo'”
October 14, 2009: War of 1812 party requires native contextAboriginal sacrifice and Canadian racism should be recognized: James Bartleman
September 29, 2009: Dundas West intersection under microscope againTraffic calming zone at Dundas Street West and Wimbledon Road is anything but, say residents
September 25, 2009: Fix EI now, coalition cries Half of those out of work qualify for Employment Insurance: Good Jobs for All Coalition
September 11, 2009: St. Paul’s electorate clearly miffed at HSTMcGuinty Government’s harmonized sales tax not a popular tune in midtown
September 10, 2009: Privacy perilous in the modern ageSocial networking users should be aware of third-party data sharing, tech analyst says
June 18, 2009: Vaughan gives Ward 20 an updateCouncillor says fight against Island Airport and Porter Airlines will continue
June 12, 2009: Festival of Excellence brings Varsity Stadium to lifeUsain Bolt, the world’s fastest man, lived up to his billing in the inaugural track and field event
April 9, 2009: Italian quake felt in Little ItalyCommunity anxious to support relief efforts
April 7, 2009: Parkdale war resister stuck in limboFrustration simmers as American, 23, fights to remain in Canada
January 15, 2009: Parkdale residents to be deported StatesideU.S. soldiers Kimberley Rivera and Dean Walcott ordered to leave Canada
January 13, 2009: Thousands protest conflict in GazaIsrael is not at war with the Palestinians rather it is warring with Hamas: Israeli Consul General
September 25, 2008: Greens party late into the nightGreen Party leader Elizabeth May met by a thunderous reception at the Hockey Hall of Fame
September 16, 2008: War resister support growsRally focuses on Parkdale resident Jeremy Hinzman and Annex resident Patrick Hart
August 27, 2008: After 130 years historic Exhibition Place can still amaze
August 18, 2008: Christie Pits race riot rememberedCommemorative plaque acknowledges anti-Semitic riot of 1933
August 13, 2008: Resident ordered out of CanadaU.S. war deserter Jeremy Hinzman and his family will be deported Sept. 23
July 23, 2008: Dufferin Mall sets wireless Internet trendToronto mall first in city to offer public hotspot in food court
July 17, 2008: Ballplayer headed to Olympic Summer GamesHigh Park resident Jon Lockwood has been named to Team Canada’s baseball squad
July 15, 2008: Fear and loathing in ParkdaleU.S. war resisters bemoan the deportation of army deserter; fear for worst
July 4, 2008: American overtures to Glass deceptive: lawyer
July 4, 2008: Parkdale rally to support U.S. war deserters a raucous affairArea resident Corey Glass faces deportation to the U.S. July 10
July 2, 2008: Is Parkdale a haven for mobile drug pushers?Some residents fear new police strategy will push drug dealers into Parkdale
June 25, 2008: Parkette improvement opinion ‘swings’ both waysPlan to build a swing set in Albert Crosland Parkette has some area residents upset
June 24, 2008: Bluenose II brings living history to Toronto shoresCanadian icon and Nova Scotia ambassador sailed to Toronto harbour for inaugural Nautical Festival
June 18, 2008: Fixing the 501 streetcar route no easy feat TTC considering initiatives to improve service along city’s longest streetcar line
June 10, 2008: War deserter vows never to return statesideKentucky native, 36, hopeful to stay in Canada
June 9, 2008: Parkdale resident faces deportation to U.S.U.S. Army deserter Corey Glass came to Toronto hoping to avoid being sent back to Iraq
June 4, 2008: Civic planning a sore point for citizensPublic didn’t hesitate to sound off at recent community forum on urban development
June 4, 2008: Western waterfront ideas to forge concrete conceptsplanningAlliance held public meeting to solidify concepts for development of the Parkdale-High Park waterfront
May 29, 2008: Junction plays host to major horror flickDirector Bruce McDonald discusses his forthcoming film Pontypool
May 23, 2008: Claiming neutrality on Palestinian suffering unacceptable: doctor British physician at U of T gives eyewitness account of life under Israeli occupation
May 22, 2008: Final chapter for Ballenford Books yet to be writtenDespite closing its doors on May 1, niche bookstore may yet rise again
May 22, 2008: U.S. war resisters’ plea for compassionArea residents gather at U of T to hear 10 young Americans’ plea for amnesty
May 20, 2008: Pro cycling returns to HogtownThe Toronto Criterium in St. Lawrence Market on May 30 will be the first pro bike race in this city in two decades
May 15, 2008: Pool discussion awash in angerParents in Eglinton-Lawrence gather to demand reversal of TDSB closures
May 13, 2008: Senior’s building proposal comes under ‘friendly fire’ Development designed to rejuvenate Bathurst Street sparks concerns
May 8, 2008: Fighting to change Canada’s ‘Draconian’ immigration systemRecent protest held at Christie Pits Park aims to stop amendments to Bill C-50
April 23, 2008: Parkdale’s Pressed Metal Building boasts sad historyOnce a distinctive sight, historic house was lost to neglect
April 16, 2008: Much ado about the GardinerCouncillors weigh in on discussion to transform the expressway
March 26, 2008: Mildred Pierce gets Liberty Village makeoverRenowned Queen West eatery set to re-open July 15
March 12, 2008: Liberty Village street gets new monikerCity gives a nod to local history and Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act


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