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Why is courage important?

“It is real important to be brave so you are not afraid to fight boys,” says Chelsea, age 6. Well, before you battle boys, you’ll have to battle Rebecca, 5, because she defines courage as: “You don’t want to hit ...

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Book launch for Mixter Twizzle’s Breakfast

Regan W. H. Macaulay is holding a book launch for her latest picture storybook, Mixter Twizzle’s Breakfast, out on the front lawn of the Necropolis Chapel at 200 Winchester Street, Toronto, where the Cabbagetown Theatre Co. will be presenting children’s play Aladdin and ...

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Toronto History Museums events to Aug. 30

  Toronto History Museums presents a calendar of its events for the month of August 2018 August 2018 FEATURED EVENTS Outlander Meets Mackenzie | Mackenzie House Saturday, August 11, 7 to 9 p.m. Calling all fans of the Outlander series! Step back ...

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Waterfront to honour Canadian hero Terry Fox

Toronto City Council’s authorization and anonymous donation kick off The Legacy Art Project Toronto, a new permanent public art & landscape installation inspired by Fox’s legacy. The Legacy Art Project will reflect Terry Fox’s legacy of hope, determination and action through art and landscape ...

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York & Rees streets park-design competition

York Street and Rees Street Park Design Competition ​Earlier this year, Waterfront Toronto launched an innovative design competition with the City of Toronto for two new waterfront parks: York Street Park and Rees Street Park. Ten talented and creative design teams from around ...

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What Is God’s favourite song?

“If Loving God Was a Crime, I’d Be an Outlaw” is God’s favourite song, says Ross, age 11. It’s definitely a catchy title, but I can’t say I’ve ever heard it. Now we come to the controversy. In one corner, ...

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