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Churches disappearing at an alarming rate in Midtown

St. Matthew’s is not alone in its dilemma. Amalgamated, disbanded or decommissioned, Protestant churches are experiencing a wave of closures across Toronto that has shown little sign of abating.

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A Star Wars Day survival guide for noobs

In the spirit of faking it, here is what you need to do and know to pretend you are a Star Wars connoisseur.

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North of Bloor Crime Briefs: Murder in Yorkville, St. Clair West bank robberies and more

Crime updates from neighbourhoods north of Bloor.

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Metrolinx considers new “e-blast” approach for Eglinton LRT construction updates

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A guide to 6 uptown marijuana dispensaries

The federal Liberal government plans to introduce legislation legalizing marijuana in early 2017. By now, locals have seen their share of grey market dispensaries open across Toronto. Post City anonymously visited six to see how easy it is to buy pot north of Bloor.

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T.O.’s Rebecca Liddiard in Houdini & Doyle, premieres tonight

And that’s a good attitude since she is starring in the decidedly eerie new 10-part series, Houdini & Doyle, premiering May 2 on Global.

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Linda Redgrave, Ghomeshi trial’s Witness Number One, speaks out

Linda Redgrave — formerly known to the media as Witness Number One in the high-profile Jian Ghomeshi trial — came out of anonymity last month. The reason, she says, is so that she can help educate sexual assault survivors and help them come forward.

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Attawapiskat band Midnight Shine in T.O. next week

Canadian Music Week sees hundreds of bands descending on Toronto, aspiring to fulfil their dreams. But for Attawapiskat-based group Midnight Shine, it’s a chance to give hope to a community in severe distress.

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Nine tips for safe cycling in Toronto (you won’t believe number five!)

Safe cycling is pretty easy, for the most part. Here are a few takeaways I’ve picked up from the front lines.

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One Man Star Wars hits Toronto tonight

When you grow up in a remote part of British Columbia and have little entertainment, a copy of the Star Wars trilogy on VHS comes in handy. So much so, that actor Charles Ross watched it more than 300 times, basically committing much of it to memory.

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