Six events around town to add to your calendar


Toronto is packed with events, indoors, outdoors and virtually, and spanning art, cuisine, literature and Halloween scares.
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Habs suffer late-game meltdown as Lightning rallies in 3-2 win
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Woman who’d been stalked in Vancouver is brutally attacked in Mexico
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A family returns to the devastated Sumas Prairie
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North Vancouver photographer denied entry to U.S. because of conscripted military service in Iran
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Pedestrians struck in 3 GTA collisions sustain serious injuries
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