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Who gets the call? A look at the Blue Jays’ potential playoff rotation

The question now becomes: who most deserves to make that critical first start for the Blue Jays in a wild card playoff game?

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Artist insider: Samara Shuter and her five fave Toronto spots for all things artistic

Toronto artist Samara Shuter and her five favourite local spots including art stores and galleries

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Meet the three young stars who bring Matilda to life in Toronto's hit musical

Toronto's hottest show stars a rotating trio of actors who bring the powerful character Matilda to life

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Toronto artist, Ekow Nimako, builds sculptures from Lego

Building Black, Nimako’s 2014 breakout exhibition of sculptures built with Lego, helped him investigate what he calls the “notion of blackness” and the “cultural beauties and controversies of the black experience” through his work.

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Ranked ballots a boon to local democracy

Just a few months ago the province passed revolutionary legislation that gives municipalities the right to use ranked ballots in their elections — if the municipality so chooses.

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Evan Solomon gives us the five books that have influenced him as a journalist

Picking five favourite books is as difficult as a government getting provinces to agree on constitutional change,” he says. “So I will go with five books that have deeply influenced me as a journalist.

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Stintz on Midtown: Women’s hockey league Skate Sister a hit with the forty-something North Toronto set

In the process of looking for new ways to use the ice, the term “hockey mom” took on a new meaning. No longer content to shuffle kids to practice and cheer them on in the stands, a group of moms launched their own league called Skate Sister Hockey.

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How They Met: Matilda star Dan Chameroy met his wife while performing in another T.O. musical

Matilda star Dan Chameroy met his wife while performing in another T.O. musical

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Top 10 fall concerts in Toronto from the enchanting Adele to the roots ready Shovels & Rope

The top 10 concerts in Toronto this fall including Adele and Shovels & Rope

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Bone fragments found in Thornhill construction site identified as non-human

Fears that bone fragments discovered on Oct. 9 of last year, on the site of Thornhill Golf and Country Club (TGCC) were human have been quelled, as the remains have now been determined to be non-human.

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