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Tiny sliver of Toronto land listed for $50k might be the smallest sold in the last 20 years

Those priced out of Toronto’s hot real estate market may have a chance to buy some property after all — but you won’t actually be able to live on it. There are some cheap listings in the city but usually they are parking spots that sell for over $100,000. It is pretty difficult to find anything for sale in Toronto for under $100,000 — a piece of land with an unpaved driveway and shed costs $3 million.
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Toronto Business Improvement Associations (BIA) Holiday Events

They say that Toronto is a “City Within A Park” but it’s also city of numerous diverse neighbourhoods. They represent cultures from across the globe with specialized food and shops, and they are also considered “home” for Torontonian families. There are so many special events, big and small, taking place around town this season that we’ve compiled the Toronto Business Improvement Associations (BIA) Holiday Events for your wish list!
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Your Guide to Outdoor Skating in Toronto *Updated for 2021

Snow has arrived a bit early in Toronto this year and that has everyone thinking about outdoor winter activities. Opportunities for ice skating have become more plentiful in the city in recent years, with freeform paths being built in parks and even under highways! Outdoor skating is one of those rare activities that families of all ages can enjoy together during the long and cold winter months. With rosy cheeks and mitten hands, you can skate, spin and play shinny, so here is Your Guide to Outdoor Skating in Toronto:
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A Toronto Dog Was Stolen Outside Of A Dollarama & A Man Has Been Charged With Theft

A 12-year-old chihuahua mix named Spencer was stolen outside of a Dollarama on November 24 at 10 a.m. near Dundas Street West and Dovercourt Road and has found his way home. Spencer's owner left him outside of the store and while she was inside "a man took the dog and left eastbound on Dundas Street West," according to a Toronto Police press release.
PUBLIC SAFETY
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CITY OF TORONTO CELEBRATES COMPLETION OF RECONFIGURATION OF ''SPAGHETTI JUNCTION''

A number of dignitaries joined John Tory to mark what the city calls a major milestone in the continuing evolution of central Etobicoke. The Toronto mayor, Deputy Mayor Stephen Holyday, representatives from the Mississaugas of the Credit were on hand for the reconfiguration of the Six Points Interchange. ”This was...
POLITICS
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Plan to make cycle track pilots permanent gets support from 7 Toronto councillors

Make the cycle tracks permanent. That’s the message that seven Toronto councillors representing downtown wards sent Thursday morning in a joint letter, released as the city’s Infrastructure and Environment Committee considers recommendations to make all of the ActiveTO separated bike lanes implemented during the COVID-19 lockdowns into permanent fixtures. If...
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Toronto Police kill coyote suspected in attacks on humans

A coyote believed to be responsible for attacking two people in a Toronto park over the weekend has been shot and killed by police. Toronto Animal Services and Toronto Police Emergency Task Force members cornered the animal in the yard of Hollywood Public School, near Bayview Ave. and Sheppard Ave. E., Monday morning after it was sighted nearby.
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Two people bitten by coyote in North York

Two people were bitten by a coyote in Bayview Village Park on Sunday. This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Toronto Police were called to the park at 2945 Bayview Ave. for reports of a coyote that was “aggressive and has attacked citizens.”. The extent of...
ANIMALS
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Residents, politicians rally in opposition to planned GO Transit railyard

Around 200 residents picked up trash in the area that’s home to parkland, trails and wildlife and then held a rally at St. Matthew’s Clubhouse at Riverdale Farm Sunday to voice their opposition to the proposed facility, where GO trains will be stored when not in use. “It’s really important...
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