5 things to know in Toronto for Tuesday, March 3: York U strike and snow in … – CTV News


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5 things to know in Toronto for Tuesday, March 3: York U strike and snow in
CTV News
Toronto's Front Street got its name because it used to run along the waterfront. The city dredged the lake and filled in a portion of the harbour, extending the city down to Lake Shore Boulevard and Queens Quay, to make room for industrial developments.

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Vox:lumen is dance that deserves to be called electric – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Vox:lumen is dance that deserves to be called electric
Toronto Star
The Toronto-based choreographer describes his latest project, opening on Wednesday as part of Harbourfront Centre's World Stage series, as a journey into the unknown. After years of thought, research and intricate planning Yong has choreographed an …

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Bryan Adams and more: 5 things to do in Toronto this weekend – The Globe and Mail


The Globe and Mail
Bryan Adams and more: 5 things to do in Toronto this weekend
The Globe and Mail
Though professional wrestling is mostly phony, the wrestlers themselves are very much real. Take Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri, an outlandish Iranian who performed under the name Iron Sheik and who incapacitated opponents with his feared “camel clutch” …

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Toronto Hydro says they’re not to blame for Queens Quay project delay – The Globe and Mail

Toronto Hydro says they're not to blame for Queens Quay project delay
The Globe and Mail
Waterfront Toronto officials told board members last week that the years-long effort to remake Queens Quay will not meet its June deadline because Toronto Hydro needs to do additional work at the Rees Street intersection. Waterfront Toronto staff said

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West-end composer pens score for upcoming show at Harbourfront Centre – insideTORONTO.com

West-end composer pens score for upcoming show at Harbourfront Centre
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DanceWorks, billed as Toronto's longest running contemporary dance series, presents Norman's What Goes Between as part of a double bill alongside Marie France Forcier's Scars are All the Rage at Harbourfront Centre Theatre. For tickets, call the …

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‘A living lab': Cisco’s new Canadian HQ is a lesson in smart technology – Financial Post


Financial Post
'A living lab': Cisco's new Canadian HQ is a lesson in smart technology
Financial Post
To the casual observer, RBC WaterPark Place III is just another in the forest of shiny new towers erupting on Toronto's waterfront. It's 30 stories high, with lots of glass, and a sensational view of Lake Ontario. Owned by Oxford Properties, and built

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Toronto Old City Hall anniversary – Toronto Sun

Toronto Old City Hall anniversary
Toronto Sun
The other photo taken in the 1930s also looks north on Bay St. across Temperance St. In this view a southbound BAY streetcar makes its way to the Ferry Docks on Queen's Quay before looping at foot of York St. for a return trip to St. Clair Ave. and

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Light a fire under Waterfront Toronto – Toronto Sun


Toronto Sun
Light a fire under Waterfront Toronto
Toronto Sun
There are two things that can go wrong with any capital project. The first is going over budget. The second is going over deadline. Not unexpectedly, Waterfront Toronto, the $1.5 billion publicly-funded agency responsible for developing the lakeshore

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Toronto Star commuter selfies – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Toronto Star commuter selfies
Toronto Star
THE CYCLIST: Andrew Meeson, Toronto Star editor. Commute daily from Bloor West Village (Jane and Bloor Sts.) to 1 Yonge St. Cycle down Ellis Ave. to Martin Goodman Trail, past Ontario Place to Queens Quay. Forty minutes door to door (not including time …

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Waterfront on one side, city on the other – Toronto Star


Toronto Star
Waterfront on one side, city on the other
Toronto Star
It is close to Toronto's downtown while at the same time offering all the benefits of being near the lake. “Waterpark City is surrounded by parks on three sides and is in close proximity to some of the best urban attractions, including Harbourfront

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