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WSIB’s strong performance during 2016

Safer workplaces, better outcomes for injured workers and operational and financial improvements have left Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board in its strongest position in decades, WSIB Chair Elizabeth Witmer recently reported. Witmer’s comments came during the WSIB’s Annual General ...

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‘Staged’ collisions: Dangerous & costly for drivers

It’s like a scene right out of a movie – maybe a horror movie. A seemingly friendly and courteous driver waves your car ahead through the intersection, then suddenly surges forward intentionally and rams his vehicle into yours, causing a ...

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Eli Kassner invested into the Order of Canada

On Friday, September 15th, 2016, His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada, presented the insignia of Member of the Order of Canada to Eli Kassner during a ceremony at Baycrest Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, Ontario. ...

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Little Trinity Church to host Welcome BBQ & community festival Sept 18

Little Trinity Church to host Welcome BBQ & community festival Sept 18 A welcome BBQ and community festival will be held at Little Trinity Church on Sunday, September 18th from 12:30 pm until 3:30 pm. The event will include a ...

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Rock against the Trans-Pacific Partnership

Brittany Smith — (Sept. 16): A free “Rock Against the TPP” concert to help make some noise about this dangerous and costly corporate power grab. Musicians and celebs — including Evangeline Lilly from Lost — will be there to speak, perform, and get ...

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Great War, Beatles at Mackenzie House, Market Gallery

Aldini Messina — City museums Mackenzie House and the Market Gallery are hoping that Old Town residents will come see their fall shows. Mackenzie House at 82 Bond St. debuted its latest exhibit Read All About It: The First World ...

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Waterfront Toronto’s citybuilders how-to

Mira Shenker — On September 25, Waterfront Toronto will present a series of talks aimed at challenging urbanists, culture-makers, advocates and citizens to reimagine what it means to be a “city builder.”  The free talks will take place as part ...

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Rate-evasion insurance fraud is a serious offence

It seems harmless enough. You grew up in a small rural town. Your parents still live there, so you use their address for your auto insurance policy rather than your current address in the big city, where you will actually ...

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Join in the Family Fun at the Green Thumbs Nuit Vert Event

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Enjoy a fun-filled night for the entire family at Green Thumbs’ 2016 Nuit Vert event. On September, 10th during the Cabbagetown Festival in Toronto, kids and adults can join in the free Nuit Vert event in the Winchester School Community ...

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Toronto Argonauts and Purolator tackle hunger together

Courtney Reistetter — As part of the 14th season of the Purolator Tackle Hunger® program, Purolator and the Toronto Argonauts are teaming up to host a food drive during the Toronto Argonauts vs. Hamilton Tiger-Cats game at BMO Field on ...

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