Metrolinx is battling ‘beloved’ beavers by draining the pond where they live. Local residents side with the wildlife


Somebody is fighting back by raising the ‘beaver baffle’ installed to drain the pond in Grey Abbey Park above the water line.
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Celiac woman says she hasn’t eaten in 40 hours while at Toronto quarantine hotel
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Protesters rally against Bill 96
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Biden administration expected to announce diplomatic boycott of Beijing Olympics this week
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Raptors beat Wizards for second straight home win
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Damien Cox: Bombers, Ticats will meet in a Grey Cup that shows the more things change, the more the CFL stays the same
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Melting Arctic Ocean ice allows killer whales to move in, threatens ecosystem
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Former CP Rail conductor seeks passengers from 1978 who came through in a time of need
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Winnipeg Blue Bombers hold off Saskatchewan Roughriders in West final
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Health-care workers in Quebec want COVID-19 booster shots
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B.C. floods: Frustration grows as Merritt evacuees return home
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Volunteers collect toys at drive for Calgary kids in need
People donated new, unwrapped toys to kids in need in Calgary on Sunday.
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Parents show solidarity with Quebec daycare unions as strike stalemate continues
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Frustration emerges over new COVID-19 related travel rules
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Ticats change quarterbacks and rally in second half to beat Argos in the East final
Evans completes 16 of 16 passes and Hamilton erases a 12-0 halftime deficit.
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