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    Large driftwood sculpture now looms over Humber Bay Shores Park

    by Kate McGillivray

    The two artists behind a driftwood sculpture that spells out “Toronto” are back with another piece of public art by the water: an androgynous, reclining figure nestled by the shore at Humber Bay Shores Park.

    Posted: Sep 19, 2017 1:09 PM ET
    Last Updated: Sep 19, 2017 2:02 PM ET

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  • Friday September 22, 2017

    Audio Mark Kelley's personal story about pit bulls

    The Fifth Estate examines pit bulls, the Ontario ban on them, and the polarizing debate around them tonight. Mark Kelley speaks about the story and his own experience with Matt Galloway.

    Listen 6:28
  • Friday September 22, 2017

    Audio Invictus games competitor reflects on how far he's comes

    After being shot in the neck in Afghanistan, Chris Klodt never imagined his rehab would take him this far, to competitive wheelchair rugby. He competes at the Invictus Games in Toronto this weekend.

    Listen 8:26
  • Friday September 22, 2017

    Audio More monarchs in Toronto

    The manager of the Butterflyway Project with the David Suzuki Foundation talks to Matt Galloway about why the monarch butterfly population is up.

    Listen 6:27
  • Friday September 22, 2017

    Audio To the Movies

    Karen Gordon reviews Kingsman: The Golden Circle and Brad's Status.

    Listen 5:42
  • Friday September 22, 2017

    Audio Finch LRT delayed again

    What's it like on the Finch 36 bus? Our producer Morgan Passi rode the bus to talk to people, in the wake of news that the Finch LRT has been delayed -- again. It now won't open until 2022.

    Listen 5:55
  • Friday September 22, 2017

    Audio Great Lakes Water Walk

    For most of us, water is a thing out there. For Anishinaabe grandmother and elder Kim Wheatley, water is sacred. She talks about a ceremonial water walk this weekend.

    Listen 6:09
  • Thursday September 21, 2017

    Audio McMaster bans smoking on campus

    McMaster is the first university to ban smoking on campus, effective in January 2018. Matt Galloway talks to the head of the Assistant VP and Chief Human Resources Officer about the new ban.

    Listen 6:35
  • Thursday September 21, 2017

    Audio Salaried doctors and the tax proposal

    A small group of doctors in Ontario aren't affected by the new tax proposals that have many doctors upset. We talk to a doctor who is paid a salary rather than a fee for service.

    Listen 7:29

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