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8 things you need to STOP doing right now to improve your health!

8 things you need to STOP doing right now to improve your health!

  It's hard to start doing good things (like going to the gym everyday or training for a marathon), but you can improve your...

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Spring forward!

Time springs forward one hour early on Sunday morning

7 things to know about Daylight Savings Time

Clocks change this weekend. Move them back an hour and enjoy an extra hour of light in the evening.

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Salvation Army

Ireland/Davenport, an ad agency based in Johannesburg, created the image of a woman in a gold and white dress covered in bruises and offered it to Salvation Army South Africa, which had 45 minutes to come up with a line to run in the next day’s newspaper.

Salvation Army turns what-colour-is-the-dress debate into something else entirely

“Why is it so hard to see black and blue?” Salvation Army South Africa plays on the phenomenon of #thedress to ask a serious question about...

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#WhoWillYouHelp

Ontario's premier announced a $41-million plan to combat sexual assault and violence and a new advertising blitz.

Kathleen Wynne unveils 3-year plan to curb sexual assault

Ontario's premier announced a $41-million plan to combat sexual assault and violence and a new advertising blitz.

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Wind Mobile

Wind Mobile Corp. won three licences worth $56 million in southern Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia in Friday's wireless-spectrum auction.

Wind Mobile, Telus, Bell big winners in wireless-spectrum auction

Wind Mobile Corp., the upstart Toronto company, won three licences worth $56 million in southern Ontario, Alberta and British Columbia.

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Amanda Lang

Canadaland alleged that Amanda Lang had a conflict of interest in the RBC foreign-workers story.

Amanda Lang review concludes she met journalistic standards, CBC says

News editor-in-chief Jennifer McGuire said a review “reaffirmed” CBC’s journalism related to RBC temporary foreign workers met its...

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Old Toronto City Hall

The case of Jesse Armitage was heard in Toronto’s Gladue court at Old City Hall, established for offenders of aboriginal background.

Judge writes simple and ‘inspiring’ legal decision for repeat offender

A Toronto judge's poetic ruling has captivated the legal community, with one lawyer describing it as "the most inspiring decision I have...

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Wired wedding

Not all couples want to have every moment of their big day broadcast to the world via social media, so check first, experts advise.

To have and to upload: wired weddings demand modern etiquette

Thinking of posting photos to social media before the bride says ‘I do’? Learn the modern rules of wedding etiquette first.

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Mother gets 15 years for twins abuse

Mother to be sentenced in twin abuse case that resulted in death of one

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Ontario

Woman arrested in library sex show videos

Windsor, Ont. woman, 21, arrested in library sex show video case: police

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Man struck by police cruiser in Brampton: SIU

SIU investigating after man, 33, hit by police cruiser in Brampton

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What Michael Zehaf Bibeau said Oct. 22, 2014

What Michael Zehaf Bibeau said prior to deadly Oct. 22 shooting in Ottawa

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Ontario

Man faces 44 charges in human trafficking case

Toronto man face 44 charges in connection with human trafficking probe: police

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Ontario

3 kids, 1 adult hit by vehicle in Toronto

4 people, including 3 children, hit by vehicle in north Toronto; minor injuries

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Ontario

Man struck, killed changing tire on Hwy 400

Man dies in crash at junction of Highways 400 and 401

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