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Hugh Gordon
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Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary dominate global ‘liveability’ rankings: Canada, Australia score best in Economist Intelligence Unit report
Canada, Australia score best in Economist Intelligence Unit report
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Of course house prices have nothing to do with liveability.
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Bahaa B. Diab

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Happy Canada Day Toronto!
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To a proud culture, I salute you.:)
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Zoe Tsoraklidis

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PHISHING ALERT: We just received a #phishing attempt using a local #Toronto gift basket company name. If you receive an email asking you to review a Docusign Application Secured Upload, please be cautious. 
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Understood. Better yet, I'll disregard such emails, & report them as online threats to the authorities. Thanks for the tip.
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iCandy no Canadá

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Fomos conhecer um dos bairros mais charmosos de Toronto, o Distillery District! <3
Amamos a região cheia de restaurantes e lojas de design! Confira!
https://youtu.be/iaGzXCvaWx4
‪#‎icandynocanada‬ ‪#‎toronto‬ ‪#‎destillerydistrict‬ ‪#‎lovetoronto‬ ‪#‎bairrosdetoronto‬ ‪#‎brasileirosnocanada‬ ‪#‎brasileirosemtoronto‬
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los compaño en la felicida ayudemen a publicar esta fotoque en antonella risso

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Prachy Mohan

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Fellow Torontonians, I'm starting a newsletter about the best places in Toronto with good vegetarian meals. Vegan only restaurants are easy to find but delicious vegetarian options at normal restaurants isn't. So this list is for those who want to make it easier for their vegetarian friends to come out and eat with them.

Sign up and find out more! http://envie-food.launchrock.com
envie food is a product that is coming soon to make lives of vegetarians easier!
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Bahaa B. Diab

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When it comes to truly global cities, Toronto takes the cake
Toronto's crown as most diverse city in the world is often taken for granted by those who live here, but it's actually quite rare for this title to be given out in any official capacity. The majority of global urban diversity rankings pull together short lists of cities that are...
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iCandy no Canadá

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Fizemos um vídeo com as nossas Primeiras Impressões sobre o Canadá - mais especificamente sobre Toronto!!
Confira para saber o que achamos daqui!! Emoticon heart
‪#‎icandynocanadá‬ ‪#‎primeirasimpressões‬ ‪#‎canadá‬ ‪#‎toronto‬ ‪#‎diferenças‬ ‪#‎fatosmarcantes‬
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Richard Silver

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Toronto daily struggle - commute. Work from home and improve your health, work efficiency, family life, save on taxes (yeah, it is possible! more on it in the article) plus help save planet earth
Some industries are still too traditional to switch to the telecommuting system, but we're getting there. However, working from home comes both with pros and cons. Here they are, according to the Torontoism Team.
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Bahaa B. Diab

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Trump Tower owners, Talon International which owns the building, want to change its name and to end its relationship with the Trump Organization.

Issues between these two corporations go way beyond brand recognition. While Talon wants to end its licensing agreement now, the project has been plagued with financial and managerial issues from the start.
At Trump International Hotel and Tower, the developer is fighting Donald Trump and what it sees as a tainted brand. Trump’s management company is not going quietly.
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Kudos to you, Talon.International.
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Bahaa B. Diab

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Honda Indy Toronto 2016
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Bahaa B. Diab

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Villiers Island: Future of The Port Lands

Toronto’s Port Lands, just east of downtown, is nearly a thousand acres of underutilized land, much of which sits within a designated floodplain. A massive planning effort is underway to plot the future of the Port Lands, which can only start once the area is flood protected. The solution to this challenge is to make more room for the Don River to flow – a green approach to vital infrastructure that will improve Toronto’s resiliency and help clean our water. Check out this video to see what the new mouth of the Don River will look like when complete.
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It's been a long time coming. What a great addition this will be to an already world class city.
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Kelvin “Qikai” Wang

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Much maligned SRT is actually TTC’s most reliable service, despite years of neglect — so why the rush to far more expensive LRTs and subways.
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iCandy no Canadá

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Confira o vídeo completo sobre o UP Express, o trem que faz o trajeto aeroporto-Toronto em apenas 25 minutos!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZg4PousOg8
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iCandy no Canadá

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Tem praia no Canadá? Tem sim!!! <3
No vídeo de hoje mostramos a Cherry Beach, uma linda praia que fica pertinho do centro da cidade e vale muito a pena visitar!!
Confira!
‪#‎icandynocanadá‬ ‪#‎praiasdocanadá‬ ‪#‎cherrybeach‬ ‪#‎toronto2016‬ ‪#‎lovetoronto‬ ‪#‎canadá2016‬
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Arik Motskin

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Heat maps showing how people commute to work in Toronto.
Heat maps showing how Torontonians get to work, whether by car, transit, bike or foot.
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Bahaa B. Diab

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The Waterfront Artisan Market (WAM) is the place to discover Toronto's food and artisan entrepreneurs while enjoying the beautiful waterfront.

A new destination for visitors and a premium weekend outing for people across the city, the WAM brings together a carefully curated mix of more than 50 artisans, crafters, chefs and bakers.

WAM will take place over six weekends in a unique open-air market at HTO Park (339 Queens Quay West – between Rees Street and Spadina Avenue). Discover new items and foods from exciting up-and-coming vendors.

May 28-29, June 18-19, July 1-3, July 30-Aug 1, September 3-5 and October 8-10 from 10am-6pm.
Toronto is getting a huge open air food and artisan market this summer at HTO Park. The Waterfront Artisan Market spreads out over six separate weekends starting May 28-29, then into June 18-19, July 1-3, July 30-Aug 1, September 3-5 and October 8-10 from 10am-6pm. This is the same festival...
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Hugh Gordon
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Here we go again?
 
Rob Ford’s nephew Michael to run for late uncle’s council seat: Move appeared to end speculation that Rob Ford’s brother Doug – who held the ward while Rob was mayor and then carried Rob’s banner in the 2014 mayoral election after his cancer diagnosis – was interested in a return to city hall.
Move appeared to end speculation that Rob Ford’s brother Doug – who held the ward while Rob was mayor and then carried Rob’s banner in the 2014 mayoral election after his cancer diagnosis – was interested in a return to city hall.
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Keeping Ford nation alive. 
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