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9 Signs it’s time to replace your electronics

    As we grow more dependent of technology it becomes harder to say goodbye to the devices we've come to love. But...

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BMO signs up for one more year as TFC jersey sponsor

BMO’s contract as the club’s kit sponsor expired after last season and TFC spent much of the off-season searching for a new deal.

BMO signs up for one more year as TFC jersey sponsor

Toronto FC spends much of the winter without a sponsor for a jersey before agreeing to go with BMO for another year

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Space oddity: astronaut Chris Hadfield’s flight suit bought in vintage store

Toronto doctor Julielynn Wong bought Chris Hadfield's flight suit for $40 from a local thrift store. Dr. Wong, who specializes in space medicine and once worked with Hadfield at the Johnson Space Center in Houston, is thrilled.

Space oddity: astronaut Chris Hadfield’s flight suit bought in vintage store

A Toronto physician buys Canadian space man’s flight suit in a Queen St. W. shop for $40. But how did it get there?

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Christine Elliott

Tory leadership front-runner Christine Elliott receives a hug from MPP Vic Fedeli who dropped out of the race to support her earlier this month.

Deadline looms to join PC party to vote in leadership race

It’s D-Day for Progressive Conservative leadership hopefuls with the deadline for candidates to sell party memberships at 5 p.m. Saturday.

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Earl Provost

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford gets some advice from Earl Provost, his Chief of Staff during debate at City Hall in Toronto in November, 2013. Provost is the new executive director of the provincial Liberal party.

Former Ford chief is new Liberal honcho

A veteran political operative who was former Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s chief of staff at the height of the crack cocaine controversy is the...

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John Legend

Grammy award-winning R&B singer John Legend won an Oscar last week for the song “Glory” from the film Selma, which explores the fight for black voting rights during the U.S. civil rights movement.

John Legend says Bahrain show will go on

Human rights activists are urging John Legend to cancel his Monday concert in Bahrain, which violently suppressed a popular uprising in 2011...

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Saudi rap video

The rap video was produced by Telfaz11, an online video network based in Saudi Arabia.

Saudi rap video puts spotlight on migrant worker rights

A viral video from Saudi Arabia raises the issue of migrant worker abuses in the Gulf kingdom.

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Alec Butler

Longtime trans activist Alec Butler calls the "bathroom" amendment to Bill C-279 ludicrous. "Where are we supposed to go to the washroom? . . . Are we supposed to hold it all day until we get home?”

Gender is more than just genitals, writer says

A Q&A with Alec Butler, a trans activist and local writer who says amendments to the trans rights bill are “ignorant.”

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Sales of Ontario PC memberships ends today

Ontario PC leadership candidates have until 5:00 p.m. ET to sell new memberships

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Harassing texts sent to PC leadership hopeful

Suspect arrested in connection with texts sent to Christine Elliott campaign

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Ontario

U of T teaching assistants take strike action

University of Toronto to go behind picketlines on Monday

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Canada

Vet reviews now only every three years

Vets will need to verify lost limbs every three years, instead of annually

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Canada

Quebec hijab decision sparks widespread criticism

Court of Quebec stands by decision to refuse to hear case unless hijab removed

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Ontario

Northern Ont. toddler didn't have measles

Mystery solved: Northern Ontario toddler didn't have measles, health unit says

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Canada

NDP escalates fight over satellite offices

NDP wants Supreme Court opinion on fight over parliamentary resources

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Canada

Quebec hijab dispute fuels Muslim flare-up

Quebec hijab dispute latest flash point in government relationship with Muslims

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Canada

Anti-terror bill to spawn spy scandals: paper

Federal anti-terror bill wll spawn spy scandals due to poor oversight: new paper

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Canada

Families of murdered women share stories

Families of murdered, missing aboriginal women share their stories

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