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Our Toronto: Go Dara Go!

There have been so many stellar moments at the Olympic Games. Including when Dara Howell claimed the very first gold medal in the new sport of women's ski slope style.Howell, who hails from Huntsville, north of Toronto, has always made her home town proud. Never more so than this week...when it seemed everyone in town was willing to give up sleep to witness Howell's big moment.

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News Our Toronto: Ricardo Magazine Sep 19, 2014 | 4:04Ricardo Larrivée - better known simply as Ricardo, has the distinction of longest serving host of a daily cooking show in Canada. And now he's taken on a new project, launching a brand new national food magazine.
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News Our Toronto: Sept. 20 Headlines Sep 19, 2014 | 1:01Fort York Historic Site open a new visitor centre. Celebrity Chef Ricardo serves up a new food magazine.
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News Our Toronto: Headlines Sept. 13 Sep 15, 2014 | 0:44The incomparable Molly Johnson on her new album, her longevity and why she loves Toronto. A Toronto couple's mission to make expectant moms aware of the effects of drinking while pregnant.
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News Our Toronto: SEW WHAT? Sep 13, 2014 | 2:41We're going to introduce you now to a young designer with a passion for fashion, and the program that helped kick start his dreams. But while he's about to take the next big step. the program has just days to secure funding to keep going.
News - Our Toronto: International FASD Awareness DaySep 13, 2014 | 4:37News Our Toronto: International FASD Awareness Day Video
News Our Toronto: International FASD Awareness Day Sep 13, 2014 | 4:37When parents are expecting a baby, their biggest wish is that the baby's healthy. But every year in Canada, more than 3000 babies are born with FASD - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder. Unlike many mental disorders, FASD is entirely preventable. And one Toronto family has spent decades on a mission to get the word out, about the harmful effects of drinking while pregnant.
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News Our Toronto: Molly Johnson Sep 12, 2014 | 4:45She's a Toronto music icon. Molly Johnson's history is steeped in the arts and in the city. She released a new album this week. Because of Billie is filled with cover songs in tribute to Billie Holiday.
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News Our Toronto: What's in a Premiere Sep 6, 2014 | 4:01The curtain is up on one of the biggest festivals in the city. The Toronto International Film Festival kicked off with the red carpet frenzy it's become famous for. One of the most glamorous events is the opening night film premiere. This year, that honour went to The Judge starring Robert Downey Jr. But long before the red carpet rolls out - the team at TIFF is busy trying to land a major motion picture.
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News Our Toronto: Sept. 6 Headlines Sep 6, 2014 | 0:54TIFF takes over Toronto. The stars, the parties, and of course the films. This weekend on Our Toronto we've got opening weekend at the Toronto International Film Festival covered.
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News Our Toronto: Hole Sep 5, 2014 | 5:50Small films from independent producers also feature prominently at TIFF. A Toronto-produced short film will debut at the festival. Hole takes a raw look at the life of a disabled man and his quest to find love and intimacy. And it stars someone who may be familiar to CBC News viewers. We profiled Ken Harrower last year he was born with a rare disability but has overcome a lifetime of obstacles. And that's landed him onscreen in the North American premiere of Hole.
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News Our Toronto: Eli Glasner on covering TIFF Sep 1, 2014 | 5:56We catch up with Eli Glasner at a TIFF film screening. He chats about what it's like covering TIFF.
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News Our Toronto: Rally for the Kids Sep 1, 2014 | 3:03Race car enthusiasts are turning their passion for speed into a charitable activity. They're not just racing, but raising money for children with hearing disabilities. CBC Videographer Paul Borkwood caught up with one Ontario driver preparing for his big race on the east coast.

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