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Vodka eyeballing: Is seeing believing?Toronto Star“Vodka eyeballing, as it is known in student circles, is the latest drinking craze to sweep through Britain's universities,” the newspaper stated. ...and more »
Globe and MailHuntsville revelling in $50-million worth of G8 summit largesseGlobe and Mail“The City of Toronto is pulling newspaper boxes off the streets, anything that can be thrown,” says Greaves. “The town of Huntsville is planting flowers and ...and more »
The Armageddon FactorReligion DispatchesRosemary Ganley is a Canadian freelance writer and former editor of the independent Catholic New Times newspaper in Toronto (2001-2006). ...and more »
Financial Sense OnlineToronto G20 Summit Facts and FiguresFinancial Sense OnlineThe City of Toronto will remove 1000 pieces of street furniture [bus shelters, newspaper boxes, trash cans and street vendors] around the G20 security ...and more »
'Eat less' shirt sparks controversyToronto SunTORONTO - An Urban Outfitters T-shirt with the words “Eat Less” scrawled across the front should be pulled from shelves, ...and more »
Looking back at recent Orioles' first-round picksBaltimore Sun (blog)As Jeff Zrebiec wrote in today's newspaper, the Orioles are expected to choose between Texas high school right-handed pitcher Jameson Taillon or Florida ...and more »
Posted Toronto Political Panel: Promising a bright future of status quoNational PostTheir conversations will appear on our city blog and also in the newspaper. Here, they debate the merits of mayoral candidate Joe Pantalone's campaign. ...and more »
'Sexsomnia' More Common Than Previously ThoughtFOXNews... that causes people to engage in sexual acts while they are asleep, is more common than previously thought, the Toronto Star newspaper reported Monday. ...and more »
Black paying $125M for AdvertiserHonolulu Advertiser... Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd. of Toronto. Gannett — the nation's largest newspaper operator and publisher of USA Today — also is providing Black ...and more »
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G20: Toronto to clear out bus shelters, trash cans, newspaper boxesNational PostThe City of Toronto is removing all transit shelters, garbage cans and newspaper boxes on streets within the G20 ...Toronto removes trash cans, newspaper boxes, hotdog vendors ahead of G20 summitWinnipeg Free PressCity removing newspaper boxes, street furniture for G20Toronto StarBus shelters and garbage cans to be removed for G20Toronto Blog (blog)all 52 news articles »
From User: weavingspider — In the eyes of the global elite it is time for Canadians to be whipped into a state of fear in order to accept the increasing police state under big brothers watchful eye and to move us another step closer to a North American Union and a One World Government. Their favorite tactic in this sinister agenda is to manipulate the masses into begging for their own slavery. This is often achieved incrementally by utilizing their theory of "order out of chaos". That is precisely why fire bombings and acts of vandalism along with the destructive and violent tactics of the Black Block amount to nothing more than FUEL FOR THE FIRE. The global elite who manipulate the masses need that clash. They want us to get violent, they want us to destroy property, and they need that excuse to achieve their next level of tyranny here in Toronto Canada. If there is no real threat then they simply create one. In 2007 at a summit in Montebello Quebec 3 police officers were caught red handed engaging in agent provocateur activities. They were dressed as aggressive protesters with rocks in their hands in an attempt to incite violence which in turn provided an excuse for the riot police to shut down the otherwise peaceful protest. The event is documented in my last film "The Nation's Deathbed". The RCMP and CSIS have a history of using false flag operations to manipulate the masses. In August of 2003 the RCMP along with CSIS arrested 24 men in Toronto with allegations that ...
In the eyes of the global elite it is time for Canadians to be whipped into a state of fear in order to accept the increasing police state under big brothers watchful eye and to move us another step closer to a North American Union and a One World Government. Their favorite tactic in this sinister agenda is to manipulate the masses into begging for their own slavery. This is often achieved incrementally by utilizing their theory of "order out of chaos". That is precisely why fire bombings and acts of vandalism along with the destructive and violent tactics of the Black Block amount to nothing more than FUEL FOR THE FIRE. The global elite who manipulate the masses need that clash. They want us to get violent, they want us to destroy property, and they need that excuse to achieve their next level of tyranny here in Toronto Canada. If there is no real threat then they simply create one. In 2007 at a summit in Montebello Quebec 3 police officers were caught red handed engaging in agent provocateur activities. They were dressed as aggressive protesters with rocks in their hands in an attempt to incite violence which in turn provided an excuse for the riot police to shut down the otherwise peaceful protest. The event is documented in my last film "The Nation's Deathbed". The RCMP and CSIS have a history of using false flag operations to manipulate the masses. In August of 2003 the RCMP along with CSIS arrested 24 men in Toronto with allegations that they were a terrorist ...
Pride Toronto's censorship is making "Israeli Apartheid" household words: interview with QuAIA's Tim McCaskell After extensive lobbying of Pride Toronto, corporate sponsors and city officials by Martin Gladstone and right-wing Jewish groups, Pride Toronto's Board decided, by a vote of 4 - 3, to disallow the use of the term "Israeli Apartheid" at the 2010 Pride festivities. At a press conference in Toronto on May 25, 2010, Pride Toronto's Executive Director and several Board members were met by 150 outraged protesters chanting "Hey, hey! Ho, ho! Censorship has got to go!", "Politics are what makes pride, we won't run, we won't hide", "Whose pride? Our pride! Queers against Apartheid!", and "Resign!" Tim McCaskell of QuAIA (queersagainstapartheid.org says that Pride Toronto's "attempt to ban the speaking of the words 'Israeli Apartheid' has meant that the term 'Israeli Apartheid' has been in every newspaper, in every newscast, on everybody's lips." Pride Toronto has "made 'Israeli Apartheid' a household term... they have pulled people who didn't know anything about the situation in the Middle East but who hold very clear principles around free speech and freedom of the press... into our movement and therefore those people are beginning to understand the real gravity of the situation in Israel and Palestine and how Apartheid is a completely apt term to describe the situation." Will QuAIA violate the ban on the terms 'Israeli Apartheid'? Tim McCaskell says, "The term 'Israeli ...
...to get your voice out.” Ontario’s top high school journalists were honoured Thursday at the Toronto Star’s 15th annual High School Newspaper Awards, held at the Vaughan Press Centre. Moayeri, whose newspaper took home the most prizes, was individually acknowledged...
I thought I would share a special thing that happened to me on Saturday. For those who know or may not know, I am one of the biggest U2 fans on the planet. I've seen 24 U2 shows and have met the band several times. No...I'm not a stalker or crazy, but I have a passion for this band and their music just as big as my passion is for my car. I'm a blessed soul. My wife gave me my vanity plate for my birthday a few years back. The plate is U2BROTHR. U2 for the band....and the BROTHR part should be obvious. Bono and Bob Geldof have been asked to be guest editors this weekend for a special edition of Canada's National Newspaper, The Globe and Mail. Outside of the band, Bono continues his relentless devotion to world poverty, Africa, and AIDS. Whether you like or dislike U2's music is one thing, but the man is a complete hero to me, using his celebrity status to try and make a difference in the world. Bono and I are no strangers. He's seen me before in the front row of his shows and he's seen my license plate around my neck at these shows. Saturday I managed to wait for him in Toronto outside of the Globe and Mail offices in order to meet him. I managed to get my picture with him and directed him to take a look at my car with the license plate on it. He called the Tiburon quite the 'jammer' and asked if we could take a picture on the hood, despite the recent rain fall. I said to him, "ah...Bono don't sit down, the car is wet!" He politely ignored me and plopped down on the car. I ...
...transaction can close as planned by July 15. The Godfrey-led consortium beat a rival bid from Torstar Corp., the Toronto-based newspaper publisher, to secure the stable of Canadian newspapers and digital assets. The $1.1 billion price tag, which includes $950...
...Press, the Vancouver Province and the wire service agency Reuters. Winners receive a certificate of award and cheques for $1,000. The National Newspaper Awards office in Toronto received 1,301 entries for work published in Canadian newspapers during 2009....
...board of governors that includes editors, publishers and the public from across Canada, as well as representatives from the Toronto Press Club. The National Newspaper Awards were founded by The Toronto Press Club in 1949. Don't be greedy, share this article: ROUGEMONT,...
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This is an oil spill cleanup demonstration given to the Toronto Star newspaper in Toronto, Canada. The oil spill is removed using the 'hot wax method' from water and beach sand.
2010 Toronto International Spring Motorcycle Show - Bagel Factory Bikes
...lineup, one of three rookies. The Revolution are now 4-1-3 all-time against Toronto, including 4-0-1 at home. The Toronto Star newspaper alleges ex-Edmonton MP Rahim Jaffer, and husband of current MP Helena Guergis, bragged to others about his ability to influence...
...that the MLS Cup was coming to Toronto was first reported last week by the Globe and Mail. Citing unnamed league sources, the newspaper reported that MLS has decided to stage its championship game on Nov. 21 at BMO Field, home of Toronto FC. This would mark...
CRUSH (Canadians Rallying to Unseat Stephen Harper) has fulfilled its mandate to post an ad in a major newspaper, (first appearance: Toronto Star, 'A' Section news, Saturday, March 20, 2010) decrying Harper's lack of moral authority to lead this nation. We are a group of concerned Canadians who are committed to exercising their democratic right to unseat Stephen Harper through a general election. We have grown in scope. We are developing a media resource center, gave birth to a blog and are strategizing with other groups to bring Mr. Harper's actions to light in many ways. In addition, individual CRUSH members have rallied around initiatives, such as MP meetings, writing to politicians and the media, producing videos, and more. We realize that this sprint will truly be a marathon and we have developed ourselves for the long haul. Join us. Work with us-we can do this together as a community of Canadians because we all love this country of ours. CRUSH (Canadians Rallying to Unseat Stephen Harper): www.facebook.com www.unseatharper.ca Blog unseatharper.ca CAPP (Canadians Against Proroguing Parliament): www.facebook.com
Don't mess with these internet thugs. They will seriously deal with your case. Much Madness: www.facebook.com
This is an interview with Dave Coleman, the Director of Marketing for Spreed Inc. Spreed develops mobile apps for online publishers so that the can reach mobile users with their content and advertising. This helps them diversify both the audiences and ad offerings. Spreed is already working with some major newspapers, such as the Globe & Mail, for whom they serve up 7.5-10 million page views a month. In other words, in a time when newspapers are losing reach and ad revenues, Spreed is helping them find new sources of both. We caught up with David at Podcamp Toronto 2010.
Asia Now to Host Influential Chinese InvestorsMarketWatch (press release)The seminar will be held on March 6-7 at the University of Toronto. The participants will include up to 30 major Chinese investors and fund managers who ...
CA-BUSINESS SummaryReportonBusiness.comTORONTO (Reuters) - Toronto's main stock market index may open higher on Monday as firm gold and oil prices and a big deal in the oilfield services industry ...and more »
More Nortel bad news: British pension regulator files $3B claimLocal Tech Wire (blog)Whether the UK regulatory will have legal standing is unclear, the Toronto newspaper reported. Nortel told Globe and Mail that it would fight the move. ...and more »
Times OnlineToronto Tamil newspaper office vandalizedNational PostPolice are investigating mischief at the offices of a Toronto Tamil community newspaper, in which two large windows were smashed late Saturday night, ...Tamil newspaper ransacked in TorontoTimes of IndiaTamil Newspaper Office Pillaged In Toronto For Covering Unwanted Conversationindia-server.comTamil newspaper vandalized after publisher warned of troubleGlobe and Mail680 News -Toronto Star -Times Onlineall 27 news articles »
Athletes embrace cutting-edge doctors, methods to speed recoveryUSA Today... Dara Torres found themselves answering news media questions about Anthony Galea after Canadian authorities charged the Toronto-area doctor with criminal ...
CBC.ca2010 Winter Olympics: Hockey hits close to the heart - and wallet - for CanadiansOregonLive.comIndeed, even fans who bought highly inflated resold tickets -- such as Ralph Moulton, who lives in Toronto, owns a large Canadian retail chain and paid four ...Not bad, eh? A huge hockey win for USABuffalo NewsAt the Olympics, is going for the gold un-Canadian?Washington Postall 2,485 news articles »
Injured forward Grabovski arrestedESPN... Saturday at around 9 am PT to his parents, the Toronto Star reported. He had not been charged as of late Saturday night, according to the newspaper. ...and more »
CBC.caAsper-Goldman Group Plans Bid for Canwest, Globe and Mail SaysBloomberg... not have to pay as much as C$40 million to satisfy federal rules on the change of control of a Canadian media company, the Toronto-based newspaper said.Shaw wins Canwest takeover battleC21MediaAsper backs rival bid for CanWestGlobe and MailConsortium Preps Rival Bid for CanwestWorld Screen NewsWall Street Journal -National Post -TheChronicleHerald.caall 324 news articles »
Pakistan copper, gold mine going ahead: BarrickVancouver SunThe proposed mine, located in a narrow wedge of Western Pakistan between Afghanistan and Iran, has emerged as a priority initiative for both Toronto-based ...and more »
CANADA STOCKS-TSX may open higher on resourcesReuters... the Globe and Mail newspaper said.[ID:nSGE61F04L] Toronto's main stock index, which was closed on Monday, eked out a gain on Friday as bargain-hunters ...and more »
This swlog is about transit in the GTA and how it drives me crazy. Oddly enough I was looking at a major Toronto newspaper while converting this video and it's been in the news. Serendipitous! The song, I think, pays homage to Frank Zappa's "Trouble every day."
Toronto school Our Lady of Grace are collecting spare change for Haiti earthquake victim relief. Video recorded and posted by Cst Scott Mills, Toronto Crime Stoppers Youth Officer at a Crime Stoppers / Internet education presentation at the school. Video is posted to Facebook at the Toronto Crime Stoppers Page Facebook.com and on Twitter at Twitter.com Photos and stories in the display for the kids are from coverage from the Toronto Star newspaper. Photos by Lucas Oliniuk who is on the ground in Haiti with a Toronto Star team. Crime Stoppers is international 3 ways to submit anonymous info to Crime Stoppers to help the police PREVENT and solve crimes: Talk: 1-800-222-TIPS (8477) Type: 222tips.com Text TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637) see how anonymous text tips work worldwide click here: SMSCrimeTips.com For more info on this video and the initiative - please contact Principal Debby Culotta at the school 416-393-5372.
The full report can be found on our website: improvintoronto.com This is Toronto's 3rd annual No Pants! Subway Ride. The concept is simple agents get onto the subway wearing no pants, and act as if nothing is out of the ordinary (read the newspaper, listen to music, etc). This year we had 350 participants! Check out Andrew Bravener's experience on the subway that day! http Favorite, rate 5 stars, and subscribe for more great videos! Filming Credits to Gayle Ye and Sanjeev Gopal Acharya --- Music created by Sam Banning
The Fight Network gets an opportunity to chat with Mauricio "Shogun" Rua and Andre "Dida" Amado in Toronto, on upcoming fights, training and more! For more of the best in boxing, MMA and pro wrestling, log on to www.THEFIGHTNETWORK.com
D-Liberty drops some peaceful words in 2009 on the 1837 rebellion in Upper Canada, because researching the Old World Order could help in dealing with New World Order... WILLIAM LYON MACKENZIE House Museum More info: Located at 82 Bond Street, just east of todays intersection of Yonge and Dundas streets in downtown Toronto, Mackenzie House is a Greek Revival row-house, which was purchased by the community for William Lyon Mackenzie who was the first Mayor of Toronto, an outspoken newspaper editor and leader of the 1837 Upper Canada Rebellion. This house is believed to be one of the most haunted houses in Toronto and possibly Canada. Even if ghostly activity is not witnessed, the exhibits are worth the visit! www.toronto.ca William Lyon Mackenzie King, was a Canadian lawyer, economist, university professor, consultant, civil servant, journalist, teacher, and politician. He served as the tenth Prime Minister of Canada. With over 21 years in the office, he was the longest-serving Prime Minister in British Commonwealth history. His maternal grandfather was William Lyon Mackenzie, first mayor of Toronto and leader of the Upper Canada Rebellion in 1837... Privately, he was highly eccentric with his preference for communing with spirits, including those of Leonardo da Vinci, Sir Wilfrid Laurier, his dead mother, and several of his Irish Terrier dogs, all named Pat except one named Bob. He also claimed to commune with the spirit of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, American president and ...
Me performing a classic. Lemme know what you think but please keep hate mail to yourself =). Comment, rate, subscribe. www.neilcroswellmagic.com
Lady Gaga singing Paper Gangsta and giving a short speech, at her Monster Ball Tour in Toronto, at the Air Canada Centre. November 28, 2009.
DECEMBER 9, 2009: A reader of the Toronto Star's website took issue with its lack of coverage of the University of East Anglia's Climatic Research Unit e-mail scandal and wrote to Tyler Hamilton, who writes about energy and technology in the paper's business section. Jim Blake wanted to know why the paper - as well as the rest of the world's old-line media - was covering up the issue. He brought up a number of simple facts that most of us learned in high school. Like plants breathe carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. Blake went further and demanded to know why the Star observed the blackout on Bilderberg reporting. He pointed out that the paper's own publisher was a Bilderberg member. Needless to say, Mr. Hamilton was not impressed. Rather than just ignore Blake, as most reporters do when challenged by the unwashed public on the facts, Hamilton wrote back and called Blake a "dinosaur." When Blake followed up with a request that Hamilton challenge him on the facts, the columnist replied, "I don't respond to uninformed nonsense." This video is a verbatim exchange of e-mails between the two men. Enjoy an orchestral serenade of The Battle Hymn of the Republic and Highland Cathedral.
Tribble is scratching the picture of a flat panel TV in a Toronto Star newspaper insert.
A selection of the new openings for CBC Regional News Click more info for the stations featured Copyright 2009 CBC Most opens are the same except for the city names and the landmark featured I think the new openings are better than the old ones because it is more fast paced and better looking CBC Vancouver CBC Toronto CBC Edmonton CBC Saskatchewan CBC Calgary CBC Ottawa CBC Winnipeg CBC New Brunswick CBC Nova Soctia The North,St John's and PEI (Prince Edward Island) use different names for their local news programs
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Metro Goes Retro!!! HILARIOUS & really shows the creative and comedic talent of our Metro staff! Five outstanding co-workers star in their creative rendition of "Blame it on the BOOgie". They created, filmed and edited this video (with the talented help of one other outstanding staff) for our Halloween Potluck and truly surprised everyone. See if you can guess who they are!
Travel journalist and videographer Janie Robinson explores the watery wonders of New Hampshire in this web video posted online for the Toronto Star - Canada's largest circulation newspaper. Janie Robinson's company, J-Walk Travel Media Productions, creates web videos, print stories and photo gallery packages for her travel media clients. Janie's company also produces Video B-Roll for travel industry partners who understand "video is the most powerful tool that the travel industry can offer".
Punjabi commentary and invitation by Gurdish Mangat. This is an open invitation to a meeting to anyone who would like to discuss the recent TORONTO STAR INVESTIGATION and article published by RAVEENA AULAKH. A meeting shall be held at the SIKH LEHAR GURUDWARA, On NOVEMBER 12th, at 2:00PM, located at 79 Bramsteele Rd, Brampton, Ontario. The intention of this meeting is to create awareness in the community in regards to to the recent exposure by the Toronto Star of the problem of FEMALE FOETICIDE and preferences of male babies prevalent in society. LInk to TORONTO STAR ARTICLE www.thestar.com (AJIT WEEKLY EDITOR CAUGHT SELLING ANTI FEMALE FOETUS DRUGS TO UNDERCOVER REPORTER) LINK TO STAR ARTICLE re: PEEL HEALTH WARNING www.parentcentral.ca Warning issued by Peel Health officials re: AJIT WEEKLY ANTI FEMALE FOETUS DRUGS