Elyse Friedman plays with god and the cult of personality in The Answer to … – National Post


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Elyse Friedman plays with god and the cult of personality in The Answer to
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Events at International Festival of Authors: Reading — David Bezmozgis, Elyse Friedman, C.C. Humphreys and Shelly Oria, Oct. 25, 3:00 p.m., Brigantine Room, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto ($18); Roundtable — You Write Funny: Elyse Friedman, Robert …

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International Festival of Authors: The director’s picks – Toronto Star


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International Festival of Authors: The director's picks
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The 35th edition of the International Festival of Authors begins this week. This is a very special anniversary year for us and I think that is reflected in our stellar programming, which features over 150 authors from 20 countries taking part in more

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DRINK WITH DEATH – A MORBID CABARET Runs Now thru 10/30 at The … – Broadway World

DRINK WITH DEATH – A MORBID CABARET Runs Now thru 10/30 at The
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Her engagement in the Toronto theatre scene began in 2013 when she helped to produce Midwinter Night with Yara Arts Group, a resident theatre company at La MaMa ETC in New York, at Toronto's Harbourfront Centre. Her work has been produced at the …

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Public Works: Reviving Urban Heritage With Condos and Commerce – Torontoist


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Public Works: Reviving Urban Heritage With Condos and Commerce
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The Queen's Quay Terminal Warehouse opened in February 1927 as an eight-storey, 300,000-square-metre docking area and storage facility for dry goods and perishables coming into Toronto Harbour. Over the years the warehouse would also be used by …

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Public Works: Reviving Urban Heritage With Condos and Commerce – Torontoist


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Public Works: Reviving Urban Heritage With Condos and Commerce
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The Queen's Quay Terminal Warehouse opened in February 1927 as an eight-storey, 300,000-square-metre docking area and storage facility for dry goods and perishables coming into Toronto Harbour. Over the years the warehouse would also be used by …

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Dance work L’Implorante inspired by sculptors’ doomed romance – Toronto Star


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Dance work L'Implorante inspired by sculptors' doomed romance
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John Lauener. Sylvie Bouchard in L'Implorante, from BoucharDanse and Théâtre La Tangente. The work inspired by the affair between sculptors Auguste Rodin and Camille Claudel premieres in Toronto at Harbourfront Centre this week. By: Michael Crabb …

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Public Works: Reviving Urban Heritage With Condos and Commerce – Torontoist


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Public Works: Reviving Urban Heritage With Condos and Commerce
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The Queen's Quay Terminal Warehouse opened in February 1927 as an eight-storey, 300,000-square-metre docking area and storage facility for dry goods and perishables coming into Toronto Harbour. Over the years the warehouse would also be used by …

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Once-Abandoned Play All Our Happy Days Are Stupid Returns to the Stage – Torontoist


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Once-Abandoned Play All Our Happy Days Are Stupid Returns to the Stage
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Both the Toronto and New York runs will require an overhaul of the production so that it can be successfully moved from Videofag, the Kensington Market venue Tannahill co-runs that crammed in 30 people a night, to the much larger Harbourfront Centre …

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Brookfield Canada Office Properties Reports Third Quarter 2014 Results – MarketWatch

Brookfield Canada Office Properties Reports Third Quarter 2014 Results
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Canada Co. at Queen's Quay Terminal — A 10-year, 33,000-square-foot new lease with Gardiner Roberts at Bay Adelaide East — An 11-year, 32,000-square-foot renewal with McCague Borlack LLP at Exchange Tower — A 10-year, 30,000-square foot new lease
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Brookfield Office Properties Canada: Brookfield Canada Office Properties … – The Wall Street Transcript

Brookfield Office Properties Canada: Brookfield Canada Office Properties
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TORONTO, October 20, 2014 – Brookfield Canada Office Properties (TSX: BOX.UN, NYSE: BOXC), a Canadian REIT (Real Estate Investment Trust), today announced that funds from operations ("FFO") for the three months ended September 30, 2014 was …

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