Safety concerns expressed about west Saint John street

Pedestrians in Saint John say it’s impossible to cross safely a section of Chesley Drive near Reversing Falls Bridge while a cycling advocate is pushing for better traffic flow.
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Montreal weather: A mostly rainy Sunday
A quick look at the day's weather forecast along with a #ThisMtl photo and a daily quote.
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Canada’s next top model: Little Canada. How a businessman spent a decade and $24 million building a giant 3D love letter to his adopted nation
In Little Canada, Jean Louis Brenninkmeijer has tried the impossible — representing the entire country in miniature in a 45,000 square-foot former GoodLife Fitness at Yonge and Dundas
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She was found naked in the men’s bathroom. Her family says CAMH failed to protect their ‘eternal child’
The 26-year-old woman loved her teddy bear and the movie “Frozen.” In three weeks in the CAMH early psychosis unit, her family says the psychiatric hospital failed to protect her before she was sexually assaulted by other patients.
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Irene Neumann, healthcare professional and licensed private eye, pursued her passions with vigour
She may have been born in Germany, but Irene Neumann, who dedicated her life to healthcare, was an Ontarian through and through
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Meet the new ‘Junior Chef Showdown’ champion
At age 10, Nazaree Arandjelovic realized a dream by winning the TV cooking competition.
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An artist finds a creative way to tour the city, one VHS tape at a time
Brian Donnelly scours thrift shops, garage sales and the internet in search of movies filmed in Toronto. And that’s just the start of his detective work.
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Meet Jennifer Young, Britain’s new consul general in Toronto
As one of Britain’s chief trade representatives, Jennifer Young wants to strengthen existing ties with Canada, spark innovation — and get in some cycling in the city.
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How John Esposito of Malleable Jewellers gives new shine to old jewels
“The most beautiful thing about repurposing gold is that this isn’t where the buck stops. I made those rings and two pendants (for Novak), and if, in 30 years’ time, they get handed down to their kids, they can then do the exact same thing.”
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Polish hunger strikers recharge in the Kawarthas: Here’s the story behind the 1984 photo
After a mother’s long, arduous protest, her family is reunited in Ontario in 1984.
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A Toronto chef creates gourmet dishes for his chocolate Lab
What started as a one-off TikTok video of a puppy wolfing down a beautifully plated meal of Wagyu beef turned into a viral sensation — and an insatiable appetite for more
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Take a (local) hike: Travel blogger shares her favourite trails around the GTA
“If I couldn’t travel far,” says Lauren Yakiwchuk, “I wanted to explore all of the amazing trails close to home.”
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Have an artistic flair? Then you should check out the Toronto events on this week
Ready to get out and be creative? If so, you’re in the right place as Toronto is the only city in the country designated a UNESCO Creative City of Media Arts. With the arts on our minds, here’s a roundup of the happenings around town
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Horoscope for Sunday, July 25, 2021
Daily horoscope
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Tokyo prepares for typhoon as Olympic rowing events rescheduled
High winds, rain and possible sewage overflow threatening the men’s and women’s triathlon events in Tokyo Bay next week.
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