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In this video and story, we check out the TTC's oldest streetcar yard, and the challenges that go along with it. 
Winter Blues on the Red Rocket from Giordano Ciampini on Vimeo. Jeff Fleming took his first job with the TTC just three weeks after he graduated high school
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Legendary DJ Dr. Trance, who pioneered Toronto's rave scene, passed away yesterday evening. 
Screenshot from a 2012 interview with the Miss Raquel Show. Don Berns, known to Toronto ravers as Dr. Trance, died yesterday evening. Berns was referred to
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The Eastern Commerce Saints are the most storied basketball program in Toronto, with over 50 players going on to play CIS or NCAA Division I ball. But with only 62 students, the school is closing. We followed the team for the past few weeks as they learned the bad news, but tried to defend their city championship anyway. 
Kadre Gray, Jason McDonald, and Goula Osman watch their team play during a post-season game. In a brightly lit sixth-floor gymnasium, coach Kevin Jeffers
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Did you know that there's a CSI: Cyber now? It's true, and it's ridiculous. 
Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of
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Canuck casts bring new energy to the musicals Once and The Wild Party. 
Queenie (Cara Ricketts) and Burrs (Daren A. Hebert) thrown one Wild Party. Photo by Racheal McCaig. The Wild Party Berkeley Street Theatre (26 Berkeley
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The city's newest Fabricland, like the current iteration of the neighbourhood it lives in, is not long for this world. We paid it a visit. 
Most Fabricland locations are happy places: they are uniformly bright, clean, and sort of dull, like children who have grown up in households where good table
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With strikes at U of T and York, we collected the reaction from TAs and course instructors at Ontario's two largest universities. 
Picket line at York #CUPE3903 pic.twitter.com/f5bu0cUUJj— murat ucoglu (@muratucoglu) March 3, 2015 With major labour disruptions at Ontario's two
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A scathing audit of U of T union Local 1998, which represents the university's 7000 clerical and professional employees, alleges unaccounted or possibly mismanaged fund in the hundreds of thousands, or possibly millions. 
Photo by Ryan from the Torontoist Flickr Pool. A scathing audit of the union chapter that represents U of T's clerical and professional employees reveals
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The Mystery Tunnel was apparently dug for the same reason that your crush just isn't into you: "Personal reasons." 
The Toronto Police Service has issued a statement that the famous mystery tunnel by York University was dug for "personal reasons," and that there was no
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Historicist: While developing a subdivision in 1956, an ossuary of 500 First Nations people was discovered in Scarborough. 
Discovery of the bones at Tabor Hill. Toronto Telegram, August 18, 1956. On August 17, 1956, while levelling land to make way for a new subdivision, a power
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Torontoist maps the many gaps in the city's bikeway network. 
Toronto's bikeway network is often a source of frustration for the city's cyclists, and with the map above, it's easy to see why. It illustrates the extent of
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Is Douglas Coupland still relevant? We find out at his ongoing ROM exhibit.
For the past few weeks, Douglas Coupland has left his mark scattered around the city. But it might be difficult to understand why he seems to be everywhere, or
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Yes, just don't care about the ROM until the abomination they stuck on it falls down.
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