December 2016

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Top six real estate and local politics stories of 2016

These are the six most popular real estate and local politics stories from 2016.

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Interactive art installations make a waterfront walk a must this season

This winter, in a bid to encourage Torontonians and tourists alike to visit the waterfront during the colder months, the Waterfront Business Improvement Area (WBIA) has teamed up with the popular Beaches art competition, Winter Stations, to showcase interactive art installations at five locations throughout the neighbourhood.

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The top 8 arts, sports and culture posts of 2016

It may have generally been pretty dreary, but there were some bright spots from the arts and culture articles we published in 2016.

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Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Jane Taber on Chrystia Freeland, Canada's deal-closing trade minister

No surprise she was named the minister of international trade. She is one of Prime Minister Trudeau’s stars — a Rhodes Scholar and an expert on globalization, income equality and global affairs.

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Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Mark Breslin on Lorne Michaels

Lorne Michaels had a very good year. His Saturday Night Live crew shined during the recent American election, bringing Alec Baldwin in to parody Donald Trump and Kate McKinnon as a hilarious Hillary Clinton.

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New aerospace campus at Downsview will see 1,000 students come 2018

The old Downsview air force base is soon to be the home of Centennial College’s new aerospace campus, which will include the historic de Havilland Aircraft company building (built in 1929).

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Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Daniel Nestor on junior tennis phenom Denis Shapovalov

When he won the boys Wimbledon Junior Championship, I wasn’t surprised. He’s playing at a high level, so I knew that it was only a matter of time until he started winning tournaments like that, and he’s tough mentally, which is the most important thing.

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Yonge and Eglinton’s remarkable public space

Yonge and Eglinton is one of the fastest growing areas in Toronto. As our neighbourhood becomes increasingly dense due to the province’s Growth Plan, it is imperative that we find creative ways to add new public space for local residents.

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Too Close to Call: These bars are lit

Bookworms unite! These two bars have brought cocktails with a literary spin to the GTA. Poetry nights paired with fab drinks and urban crowds make these bars Wordsworth-friendly.

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Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Tatiana Maslany's Emmy-earning year

​Tatiana Maslany is the most natural leader I’ve met. She’s gracious, kind, funny as hell and fearlessly talented. She’s easily the busiest actor in the world (without a doubt), and yet she still finds time to make everyone feel welcome on set.

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