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Toronto bike-friendly businesses recognized with awards

November 13, 2014
 
The City of Toronto honoured four businesses and a downtown hospital this evening with the 2014 Bicycle Friendly Business Awards. Steam Whistle Brewing was honoured as the best overall business supporter of cycling.

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Toronto's Cultural Hotspot launches photography exhibition called We Are Lawrence Avenue

November 10, 2014            
 
The City of Toronto's Cultural Hotspot program today launched a photography exhibition called We Are Lawrence Avenue, featuring the Lawrence Avenue and Wexford Heights community through the portraits and stories of people who live, work and play there.

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Murals tell tales of Toronto's Corktown at King Street underpass

November 6, 2014 
 
StreetARToronto (StART) today unveiled four murals designed to highlight Corktown's history and bring colour to four formerly grey pillars in the community.

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Monarch Park murals celebrate mothers

November 8, 2014 
 
StreetARToronto (StART) murals unveiled in Toronto's Monarch Park today pay homage to mothers and transform an underpass into an inviting, exciting place to pass through and visit.

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Time to change batteries for smoke and carbon monoxide alarms

October 31, 2014
 
Daylight saving time ends this weekend, when the clocks are turned back an hour. The City of Toronto's Fire Services advises residents that the annual fall time change serves as a good reminder to replace the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. 

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