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Toronto one of the world’s priciest cities, but pay levels lag, study finds

Canada’s economic future The Globe and Mail last night hosted a debate among Canada’s three main party leaders in the run-up to the Oct. 19 election. Read our complete coverage. Life in Toronto, Montreal Toronto has one of the world’s most expensive cities, yet pay levels are lagging, a new study suggests. And Montrealers have it much better, says the report from UBS. The annual study by the Swiss bank,

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Mocked no more badminton finds Pan Am home in Toronto

TORONTO: Badminton may be seen as an oft-mocked pastime to many North Americans, but at this year’s Pan American Games in Toronto, where there are an estimated 20,000 badminton-playing enthusiasts, the sport is right at home. Tickets for the medal games sold out at the start of the year, surprising even those close to the sport, while the preliminary rounds this week drew large, diverse and exuberant crowds. With all

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What’s happening in Toronto on Canada Day

Wondering how to celebrate Canada’s 148th birthday? Check out these events in the city. Wondering what to do for Canada Day? Not to worry, there are plenty of events going on around the city: The City of Toronto will be hosting its annual Canada Day celebration at Mel Lastman Square. The festivities, scheduled to start at 5 p.m. on July 1, will feature acrobat circus performances, free face painting, several

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The Top 10 Food Events in Toronto for Summer 2015

The top food events in Toronto this summer are the perfect opportunity to get a taste of our diverse culinary scene while soaking up the sun and maybe a few cold ones. This summer, our calendars are jam-packed with street festivals, BBQs, night markets, and more! Here are my picks for the top food events and festivals taking place this summer in Toronto. Toronto Rib Fest The annual celebration of

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