January 2017

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One purr-fect party: Downsview park to host its own kitty cat conference this spring

KittyCatCon, Canada’s first ever cat conference, is a two-day event that will hit Toronto this spring.

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Leaside news: Laird development guidelines too little, too late?

Leaside development guidelines too late? Developers already determining what will happen ahead of study.

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The couple who CrossFits together

Etalk's Devon Soltendieck met his now wife, Ashley Applebaum, while he was working as a MuchMusic VJ and she was his publicist

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Monika tries a romantic workout

Monika and her husband, Storey Badger, learn some lifts in a couples yoga class

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North of Bloor crime briefs: Another marijuana dispensary raided by police

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Sewell on City Hall: 401 Richmond is an important anchor for creativity in Toronto

What makes it remarkable is what it contains: almost 150 tenants involved in creative work of all kinds: film, painting, dance, music, production, festivals, video, magazines, photography, social enterprise and more, including a non-profit day care. This structure, 401 Richmond St. W., is a model for creative life, an anchor for creativity in all parts of this city.

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Canada’s fashion phenom: the good, the bad & the coyote ugly

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Too Close to Call: The old song and dance for Valentine’s Day

Pizza isn’t the only thing delivered to your door — you can also get a singing telegram. Or, how about a gorilla-gram for that special someone? Herewith, a showdown of two T.O. telegram purveyors.

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Stintz on Midtown: Tory's pitch for private meetings a sign of things to come?

Karen Stintz says a move to private meetings, no matter how small, should not be allowed in Toronto.

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City proposal to dramatically increase patio fees has local businesses worried about future

Business owners on Eglinton, which have been suffering due to the continued construction for the Crosstown LRT, are now facing another obstacle. The City of Toronto is proposing a dramatic fee increase for patio and market displays, which would directly impact patio permit–holding businesses. A public consultation meeting was scheduled for Jan. 30.

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