July 2016

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City investigates after developer clear-cuts grove of old trees on Bayview Avenue

The clear-cutting of approximately 30 trees by a developer on a property at the corner of Bayview Ridge and Bayview Avenue in North York has devastated the local community. City of Toronto staff says the required permits were not issued and an investigation is currently underway.

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City Hacks: Four obscure stops to beat any long weekend traffic jam

The August long weekend is the mother of all long weekends. It is the warmest. Cottage country is the busiest. And, as a result, Hwy. 400 is the nastiest. Here are five stops along the way worth a visit to check your sanity and have some fun.

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The skinny on Langhorne Slim’s ‘near perfect’ album

Nashville musician Langhorne Slim in town with the Lumineers tonight

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New street art in Toronto honours the Great Lakes and reggae greats

Street art festival A Love Letter to the Great Lakes gathered 20 renowned artists to paint vast murals across some of Toronto’s best-loved neighbourhoods.

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Workout with Monika: Getting into the Rogers Cup spirit with cardio tennis

Cardio tennis is a heart-pumping workout intended to burn calories while enticing people to try the sport.

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Condo proposed for Forest Hill section of Spadina denied

Local residents’ group anticipates developer will appeal the decision at the OMB

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Melvin Upton Jr. makes the Toronto Blue Jays a better team in almost every conceivable way

The Toronto Blue Jays are going all-in on offence while improving their outfield defence by nabbing Melvin “The Artist Formerly Known As B.J.” Upton Jr. before the Aug. 1 MLB trade deadline.

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Comic Stripped: Martin Short takes a shot at reviving the variety show

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Eglinton Park tree fight ends on positive note

Toronto City Council approved the new plan detailing the construction setup for the Avenue Road light rail transit (LRT) station on July 14.

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Too Close to Call: With indoor skiing and snowboarding winter in July is possible

Skiing or snowboarding in the summertime? Yep, you can do that. These indoor facilities offer year-round opportunities for downhill speed demons in the GTA. Whose slopes are slickest? You decide.

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