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Reflections on a city that destroys its own history more

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East-end off-track betting spot could be transformed into a much-needed mid-sized concert theatre more

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A tax on alcohol and levy on commercial parking lots are among the potential new revenue tools outlined in a report to be presented at today's executive committee meeting by City Manager Peter Wallace more

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We asked readers to submit their artistic Toronto photos for a chance to win a $1,200 David Favrod Chromogenic print from Scotiabank Contact Photography Festival. And the winner is... more

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Or help Telephone Explosion's Jon Schouten raise enough to buy the guitar to gift to Burke: "No one deserves it more than [him] because he made it famous." more

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Toronto is home to a bounty of bars: neighbourhood nooks for cozy quiet nights and destinations for booze-fuelled adult recreation. more

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Vanessa Dunn, who you may recognize from Vag Halen, on making "a movie written by queer people, directed by queer people and starring queer people in our own city." more

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Michie Mee, Casey Mecija and Ian Kamau, three artists who contributed to our Racism In Music cover story visit CBC Radio q to discuss their experiences as people of colour in Toronto's music scene. more

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Jan 20, 2016 10:22 AM Stage

Growing food locally on the Islands and building more protected bike lanes are just two ways Toronto can address poverty and put folks to work in ways that protect the planet more

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