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Bell in Brief: Killer coal dust once darkened our Downtown

The burning of coal at the gigantic Consumers Gas complex—some of which still survives in the Berkeley and Front area—blackened the rich marble and brick facades of almost every building in Toronto. It was also coal gas that killed thousands ...

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Her voice was meant for opera

Eric Morse– Karine Boucher, who shares the role of Micaëla in the Canadian Opera Company’s April production of Carmen, may not quite qualify as a former child prodigy—but the young soprano had a great running start into a singing career ...

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