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Skyrocketing pothole damage claims will leave huge bill for city

Skyrocketing pothole damage claims will leave huge bill for city

It looks like the city will be digging deep to compensate drivers whose vehicles sustained damage from hitting a pothole. In early March, we reported that the city received an…

Kathleen Wynne compares Doug Ford to Donald Trump, saying he ‘traffics in smears and lies’

Kathleen Wynne compares Doug Ford to Donald Trump, saying he ‘traffics in smears and lies’

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne blasted Progressive Conservative Leader Doug Ford on Wednesday, comparing him to U.S. President Donald Trump and saying he “stands for nothing other than Doug Ford.” “Doug Ford sounds…

Spring means motorcycle and bike riders must cope with hazardous bus knuckles

Spring means motorcycle and bike riders must cope with hazardous bus knuckles

There’s nothing like a bus knuckle to send shivers up the spines of motorcycle and bike riders, before tossing them to the pavement. With spring threatening to finally arrive —…

How this Peterborough teen snagged an invite to the Royal Wedding

How this Peterborough teen snagged an invite to the Royal Wedding

Justin Trudeau, Barack Obama and Donald Trump all missed out on an invite to the royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. But a 15-year-old girl from Peterborough, Ont. scored…

Edge markers won’t stop sidewalk snowplows from gouging grass

Edge markers won’t stop sidewalk snowplows from gouging grass

After years of sidewalk plows digging up their grass, some people are using edge markers to help plow operators stay on the right path. While marking the sidewalk with stakes…

Garbage day is always a mess at Eglinton Ave. plaza

Garbage day is always a mess at Eglinton Ave. plaza

When it comes to putting out garbage for collection, tenants of the Knob Hill Plaza are some of the biggest slobs in town. The venerable strip mall is on the…

TTC subway service resumes after police investigation

TTC subway service resumes after police investigation

TTC subway service has resumed on Lines 1 and 2 after a police investigation at Bloor-Yonge Station Saturday. Toronto police said they received a call from the TTC around 4 p.m. about a man abandoning…

Niagara financier’s big money propositions leave entrepreneurs with ruined dreams

Niagara financier’s big money propositions leave entrepreneurs with ruined dreams

A dozen Ontario entrepreneurs trickled in to a Jack Astor’s in St. Catharines one busy Saturday night in February. Some came alone; some knew each other. Some wore red, as…

Readers are fed up with so many old utility poles

Readers are fed up with so many old utility poles

The sheer number of decommissioned utility poles on Toronto streets is clearly a sore point with the public, as is the reason given for why they have yet to be…

Old utility poles take the hint and disappear

Old utility poles take the hint and disappear

Better late than never, when it comes to old utility poles that were taken out of service but left standing next to the new poles that replaced them. Last month…

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