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Police will keep raiding Toronto magic mushroom dispensary if city doesn't step up, says expert
A magic mushroom dispensary was the latest target of a Toronto police raid this month with charges laid against two workers, but the store has re-opened since — and the city says it has no plans to try to shut it down.
'Dirty debt secret' guides couple out of the red, others struggle to stay afloat
As Canada's debt-to-disposable income ratio rises, it can bond or break relationships, experts suggest. Statistics Canada says the average Canadian household had about $1.82 in credit market debt for every dollar of disposable income in the second quarter of 2022.
Reports of explosion before fire in downtown Toronto
Toronto police say nobody was injured in a late-night fire under the Bathurst St. bridge at Fort York Blvd.
How the Ontario Sikh community became one of Canada's most committed blood donors
A network of Sikh volunteers has been the Canadian Blood Services' most prominent partner in the country for the past two decades. CBC Toronto visits the group's last clinic in Brampton to speak to Sikhs on the importance of donating blood and plasma to people in need.
Torontonians get 'that Christmas vibe' as city opens outdoor public ice-skating rinks
The City of Toronto opened 38 outdoor rinks on Saturday. Mayor John Tory says ice-skating “is a beloved Canadian tradition” and even people who did not grow up in Canada are taking the opportunity to get on the ice.
How GTA police are trying to protect missing persons' 'right to be forgotten' online
Ford's controversial housing bill could have 'major unintended consequences,' planners warn
Anunoby, VanVleet combine for 52 points, lead depleted Raptors past Mavericks
Auger-Aliassime, Pospisil lead Canada to Davis Cup final with doubles win over Italy
2 dead following early morning highway crash in Mississauga
Virtual clinic providing critical care to trans patients at risk due to Ontario funding changes
Iranian dissidents in Canada say they're being watched and under threat from the regime in Iran
It's time to lace 'em up, Toronto! City to open outdoor ice rinks starting Saturday
Cyclist killed in midtown Toronto was student from India, family member says
Dundas Street West closed from Brock to Sheridan Avenues for emergency repairs, city says
NDP asks auditor general to investigate Ontario's opening up of Greenbelt lands
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