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2015/03/29 02:58
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Do parents, especially mothers, spend enough time with their children? Though American parents are with their children more than most any parents in the world, many feel guilty because they don’t...
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2015/03/29 01:20
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This is one of the CFL’s best draft classes, so it was no surprise to see several records smashed during Saturday’s combine testing at the Park Hyatt hotel. Montreal Carabins linebacker Byron...
2015/03/28 21:31
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Fossils of an ancient, lobster-like creature that is the forerunner of a diverse group of creatures including lobsters, butterflies, and spiders have been identified by paleontologists at the...
2015/03/28 18:39
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It sounds like a tenant’s utopia: This month, B.C.-based developer Westbank unveiled its proposal for the southwest corner of Bloor and Bathurst, currently the site of Honest Ed’s. Instead of the...
2015/03/28 16:31
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The Peter R. Lamb and Co. glue factory generates a big stink. The Peter R. Lamb and Co. glue factory after a fire on May 20, 1888. City of Toronto Archives, Fonds 1246, Item 10. “The offensive...
2015/03/28 13:38
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HAMILTON — Nazia Zeb remembers sitting at home as a young girl, eagerly awaiting a new pair of shoes. She and her three younger sisters all needed new shoes. So a servant went out to the market and...
2015/03/28 12:09
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Shopkeepers and residents would learn to speak in ascending tones, and drop their r’s, giving the town auditory distinction. “We’re asking ourselves the question, who is doing tourism right in Canada?...
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2015/03/28 04:07
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For many years the music department at Lakehead University has been holding master classes and noon-hour concerts, featuring high stature, local, national and international artists, for the benefit of...
2015/03/28 02:39
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In the fall of 2006, as construction workers were putting the finishing touches on Toronto’s most polarizing piece of architecture – the Royal Ontario Museum’s Michael Lee-Chin Crystal –...
2015/03/28 01:39
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In the late 1980s, during a meeting of top Ontario postsecondary administrators, the group had to make a decision about an agenda item. In a show-of-hands ballot, George Connell, then-president of the...
2015/03/28 00:39
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Despite rising fears of asbestos-related illnesses, imports of products containing asbestos show little sign of slowing. According to Statistics Canada figures, imports of asbestos-related items rose...
2015/03/28 00:39
2015/03/28 00:39
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Teaching assistants are back in the classroom at the University of Toronto, but the strike has led to bitterness that will make it difficult for graduate students and the administration to avoid a...
2015/03/27 22:19
2015/03/27 22:19
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When my parents informed me that my blood type was A+, I felt a strange sense of pride. If A+ was the top grade in school, then surely A+ was also the most excellent of blood types – a biological...
2015/03/27 21:39
2015/03/27 21:39
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The director of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo again leads the Waterloo Region "sunshine list" of public sector employees paid more than $100,000. Turok raked in $486,462...
2015/03/27 13:31
2015/03/27 13:31
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In the news this morning: the U of T strike has ended, the Sunshine List comes out today, and drug testing may soon be increasing for TTC workers. After a vote last night, University of Toronto...
2015/03/27 09:08
2015/03/27 09:08
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Ebola progresses more quickly and is more likely to be fatal for children under five, according to new research. An international group of scientists led by Imperial College London and the World...
2015/03/27 07:21
2015/03/27 07:21
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A new tower designed by Los Angeles architect Thom Mayne (pictured) was announced today which will be the tallest building in Europe Thom Mayne is responsible for some of the world's most iconic...
2015/03/27 00:39
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University of Toronto education workers have voted to end their nearly month-long strike through binding arbitration and return to work. Their union says members voted 942 to 318 at a meeting on...
2015/03/27 00:39
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Policies that push cellphone carriers to alert customers when they're about to exceed their plan limit are supposed to make things better for consumers. But just the opposite may be happening, says a...
2015/03/26 17:31
2015/03/26 17:31
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Annie Dorsen, the award-winning performance artist and director of the Broadway hit “Passing Strange,” will discuss her groundbreaking, algorithmic theatre performances as part of the UB Technē...
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