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Outdoor curling bonspiel set for Orangeville Jan 31

Great Canadian Pond Spiel is guaranteed to be a unique experience Jan. 31, 2015.

Revelo electric bike leads list of 7 best Toronto startups

Founder Henry Chong started the company Revelo Electric which specializes in electric bikes for urban settings.

REVIEW: Lucinda reads from a sheet but band is booming

LUCINDA WILLIAMS AT MASSEY HALL NOV. 20:As her nearly two-hour concert continued, first with Car Wheels On A Gravel Road’s “Can’t Let Go,” and then one of her earlier numbers, “I Just Wanted to See You So Bad,” Williams continued to leaf through the binder for the lyrics to the song she was about to sing.

Missing Brampton grandmother found through Instagram post

The family of a 78-year-old Brampton woman who was missing for two days said that it was an Instagram post that led them to their grandmother.

Modano, Hasek, Forsberg, Blake pose for Hall of Fame photo

from left to right Mike Modano in the Player Category, Bill McCreary in the Referee and Linesman category, goaltender Dominik Hasek and Peter Foresberg, both from the Players Category, Line Gignac Burns(widow of Pat Burns) accepting it for the late Pat Burns from the Builder Category and Rob Blake. Star photo

Pan Am Games cauldron to be manufactured by ArcelorMittal Dofasco

Burlington, Ontario, Friday, Nov. 14 - From left , Saad Rafi Chief executive officer, Toronto Pan Am Games committee, Sean Donnelly, President ArcelorMittal Dofasco, and marathon runner Reid Coolsaet announce that ArcelorMittal Dofasco of Hamilton will be producing the cauldron for the Pan Am games, to take place next year. Photo by: Kaz Novak The Hamilton Spectator.

BOB’S BLOG: Your vote can make a difference in local land-use planning

Neighbourhood Commercial plaza got approved but bakery never materialized

Heroic Guelph truck driver to be honoured today

Canada Cartage driver Ian Fleury has come to the aid of several people he's encountered on the road in his 25-year career, but this past winter he found himself rescuing two drivers in as many weeks.

Ottawa renames span Vimy Memorial Bridge

Ottawa’s newest bridge now pays tribute to one of the country’s most iconic military battles.

Veterans can travel Mississauga transit for free Nov. 11

The City of Mississauga is letting Canadian Armed Forces veterans know that they and a companion can ride the city's transit service, called MiWay, for free on Remembrance Day.

Forever Young Information

Canada's Adult Lifestyle Publication

Dallaire revered by Guelph students

Nov 13, 2014 - 0 comments

“You are a great Canadian leader that is so deserving of our National Leadership Award,” said Medeiros. “You stand firm as a strong voice of reason, honesty, integrity and peace.”

City Lights: Shine on, Sarah

Nov 12, 2014 - 0 comments

After her father's death, McLachlan turned her attention to her two daughters. They too were suffering from the loss. "They were very close, my little one in particular," she says. "We still talk about him almost every night when we're lying in bed cuddling. She'll say 'I miss grandpa.'" - click headline

Live coverage of Remembrance ceremonies from Ottawa's War Memorial

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Nov 11, 2014 - 0 comments

Toronto Star live coverage of Remembrance ceremonies in Ottawa, Steve Russell photos.

City Lights: John Fogerty still rollin’


1969 was so spectacular for John Fogerty and his band CCR that he has named his current tour after the year - click headline

Parry Sound students reverent at WW2 sites

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Nov 10, 2014 - 0 comments

Prior to the 10-day trip in June that took them across Europe visiting battle sites, cemeteries and memorials, the 38 students had the unique opportunity to get to know local soldiers on a more personal level.

Brantford woman reached very bottom before resolving to lose weight

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Nov 10, 2014 - 0 comments

Brantford's Joan Minnery had to reach the bottom before she was inspired to lose more than 150 pounds. She has written a book on the experience.

REMEMBRANCE: Hail to heroes

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Nov 10, 2014 - 0 comments

‘Being coned was one of the worst things,’ says former WW2 air gunner George Olley. ‘It would blind you and you knew you were in their sights.’ - click headline

Dutch woman tended Canadian grave for 70 years; cousin gives thanks

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Nov 10, 2014 - 0 comments

Nearly 70 years later, Lott’s cousin Normany Maynard of Halton Hills, Ont. and Bep Diesveld, who took care of his grave all these years, met for the first time by his gravesite in the Canadian cemetery in Groesbeek, the Netherlands.

Toronto and GTA: Remembering those who served

Nov 09, 2014 - 0 comments

For ceremonies throughout the GTA Nov. 9 and 11 - click headline

REMEMBRANCE: Poppies remind us of who shaped our lives, our country

Nov 08, 2014 - 0 comments

The poppy is worn as a memorial to those who gave their lives and for the sacrifice of so many others that gave us the freedom we so easily take for granted today.