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ASK AMY: Trauma survivor faces more challenges
Dear Amy: I am a 26-year-old woman. Despite having a deeply traumatic childhood, I have a successful and fulfilling life. I am estranged from my parents due to the severe abuse they inflicted during childhood. The abuse was physical, mental and sexual. My siblings and I were placed into foster care. We were again abused […]
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Toronto Sun
Celebrating with a holiday classic
I have a holiday weakness — it’s called eggnog. The real deal — made with real eggs, real milk or cream, real sugar and real rum. Eggs are separated with the whites whipped up and then carefully blended into the mix. This is the real stuff, my friends. In my box of beloved old recipes […]
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Toronto Sun
Toronto’s eating up Eataly
Although it has been open only a few short weeks, Eataly Toronto has been drawing record crowds to its Manulife Centre Bloor St. W. location, in the heart of the city’s Mink Mile of haute couture elegance and designer label shopping — Canada’s version of Fifth Avenue. Eataly’s rubbing shoulders with everyone from Cartier to […]
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Toronto Sun
90-year-old, hand-controlled track switching system at Toronto’s Union Station being replaced
After almost a century of utilizing a complex system of manually controlled levers to operate the switches and signals for tracks at Union Station, Metrolinx staff say a computerized system is now needed for future growth.
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The Nutcracker story takes on an Irish flair
Veteran Irish dance teacher and choreographer Bernadette Short has created an Irish version of the classic Nutcracker tale.
Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
A shelter may be on its way to your TTC bus stop
But at least 1,300 Toronto bus stops are unsuitable for a shelter and won’t ever get one, writes Jack Lakey.
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thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's largest daily
Barry and Honey Sherman’s bodies were found posed like the sculptures in their basement
The positioning of the murder victims’ bodies was eerily similar to a tableau of two life-sized, human-shaped art figures in a room near the basement crime scene in the billionaire couple’s Toronto home.
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thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's largest daily
Ethics law forbids ex-minister Philpott from paid work for First Nation
The federal ethics law has put a crimp in Jane Philpott's plan to put her experience as a former minister of health and Indigenous services to work for the benefit of a northern Ontario First Nation.
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Horoscope for Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019
Daily horoscope
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thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's largest daily
U.K. voters decide who they want to resolve Brexit impasse
U.K. voters were deciding Thursday who they want to resolve the stalemate over Brexit in a parliamentary election seen as one of the most important since the end of World War II.
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CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News - Top News Headlines
Donato cartoon Dec. 12
Andy Donato
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Toronto Sun
Judiciary panel takes first steps toward impeachment vote
The House Judiciary Committee has taken the first steps toward voting on articles of impeachment against U.S. President Donald Trump, beginning a marathon two-day session to consider the historic charges with a lively prime-time hearing at the Capitol.
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CTV News | Top Stories - Breaking News - Top News Headlines
Alberta’s ‘Fair Deal Panel’ stops in Lethbridge for town hall meeting
Impassioned Lethbridge residents let their feelings be heard on Wednesday night as Alberta's "Fair Deal Panel" made its fourth stop on its tour of the province. 
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Global News | Latest & Current News - Weather, Sports & Health News
Hadwin helps Internationals get off to sizzling 4-1 start at Presidents Cup
MELBOURNE, Australia — Adam Hadwin was serenaded on the first tee, 16 holes later he made the biggest putt of his Presidents Cup career. It was a great day for the entire International team at Royal Melbourne, as they got off to the fast start they had been talking about all week. They will begin […]
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Toronto Sun
In the Habs' Room: Primeau makes 35 saves en route to first NHL victory
Rookie goalie named first star of the game, while defenceman Ben Chiarot — who scored the OT winner — nabs the second star.
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Montreal Latest News, Breaking Headlines & Sports | Montreal Gazette
WHL Roundup: Wednesday, December 11, 2019
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Ryan Chyzowski scored three consecutive goals in the third period and finished with four total to power the Medicine Hat Tigers to an 8-4 win over the Prince Albert Raiders on Wednesday in the Western Hockey League.
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A mix of emotions from Atlanta greet new Clint Eastwood film about the bombing at the 1996 Olympic Games
A security guard assigned to Centennial Olympic Park during the Games, Jewell alerted authorities and hustled to get spectators out of harm’s way when he saw the unattended bag that turned out to contain explosives. Within days, though, investigators came to focus on Jewell as a suspect.
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thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's largest daily
Students east of Edmonton take on project to build beds for children in need
A number of schools east of Edmonton have partnered with a local charity to help ensure children in the area who don't have a proper bed will get one.
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Global News | Latest & Current News - Weather, Sports & Health News
What to know as a deeply divided Britain goes to the polls again on Thursday
With the future of Britain's status in Europe still undecided after years of haggling, Brexit has inevitably been high on the agenda
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National Post | Canadian News, Financial News and Opinion
One person dead following two-alarm fire in Etobicoke
A two-alarm fire has claimed the life of one victim and sent a firefighter to hospital with minor injuries.
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thestar.com | Toronto Star | Canada's largest daily
Call of the Wilde: Montreal Canadiens continue their gains with overtime win against Ottawa
The Habs are starting to show that they've pulled out of a nose dive, but now they need to remain in level flight, Brian Wilde says.
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Liberal MPs decline to give themselves power to turf Trudeau, control caucus membership
Their refusal to empower themselves suggests most are content, at least for now, to let Trudeau and his inner circle continue calling the shots
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