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JON BON JOVI CONDUCTS STADIUM FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR BUFFALO BILLS TO MOVE TO TORONTO: AP REPORT

Zoomer rocker Jon Bon Jovi appears to be pursuing his dream of buying NFL’s Buffalo Bills franchise and building a stadium in Toronto.  A person close to the situation told The Associated Press, that a Buffalo Bills prospective ownership group … read more

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BYLAW OFFICERS WILL MONITOR TONIGHT’S “FORD FEST”

Toronto bylaw officers will be monitoring the festivities at Thompson Memorial Park in Scarborough tonight as the annual Ford Fest kicks off. The city issued a permit to Mayor Rob Ford and his Councillor brother Doug to hold a party … read more

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FORD SAYS HE WASN’T ON WATERFRONT TORONTO BOARD; EVIDENCE SAYS HE WAS

Mayor Rob Ford denies he ever had a seat on the board of Waterfront Toronto, despite solid evidence to the contrary. Ford has been on the attack against the agency in charge of developing Toronto’s waterfront over the cost of … read more

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TRAFFIC CHALLENGES HIGHLIGHT TORONTO’S WEEKEND ACTIVITIES

It’s going to be a great weekend of activities in and around Toronto this weekend, but it’s not likely to be a great weekend trying to get anywhere. The Honda Indy has closed Lakeshore Boulevard from one end of the … read more

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WATERFRONT CEO DEFENDS HIS ACTIONS IN RESPONSE FOR MAYOR’S CALL FOR HIS RESIGNATION

Mayor Rob Ford is continuing his war against Waterfront Toronto. Ford called on CEO John Campbell to resign yesterday, pointing to a report that it cost $600,000 to build a washroom at the Cherry Beach sports field. Ford is also … read more

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TORONTO ARTS COUNCIL WANTS CULTURE PART OF THE MAYORAL DEBATE

The Toronto Arts Council wants the future of the city’s cultural community to become part of the mayoral debate. The Council is preparing to launch a campaign called “Toronto Loves the Arts.” It has a report showing that the cultural … read more

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BROCKVILLE TRAIN DERAILMENT AFFECTS VIA SERVICE

VIA Rail expects disruptions on the Toronto to Montreal and Toronto to Ottawa routes to continue well into Friday morning. The rail company says morning trains 41, 43, 50, 51, 60 and 61 will be replaced by bus. The disruptions follow a CN  freight train … read more

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MORE HEATED MOMENTS AT CITY COUNCIL

Another day of controversy at Toronto City Hall yesterday. Most of it involved Rob Ford or an occasional ally of the mayor. Councillor Giorgio Mammoliti has been docked three months’ pay by council after the Integrity Commissioner ruled he had … read more

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JOHN TORY PULLS INTO LEAD IN TORONTO MAYORALTY RACE: POLL

We begin with the Toronto mayoralty race. The election is still almost four months away, but a new poll shows a shift in support. John Tory now has a solid lead in the race, and Mayor Rob Ford’s return from … read more

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MEMORIAL TO SLAIN CHILD RUNS AFOUL OF SUPERMAN COPYRIGHT

The company that owns the rights to Superman is refusing to allow the logo of the Man of Steel to be used on a memorial statue to a five-year old Toronto boy who was starved to death by his grandparents. … read more

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