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Weekend Newsstand: July 12, 2014

What will the weekend bring? Another shirtless horde, perhaps? One thing is for certain: by Monday morning, the world will know who won the World Cup. And that's really all that matters, right? In the news: the Fords come out swinging against the Eglinton redevelopment project, ombudsman Fiona Crean may stay on despite her harsh criticism of Ford, and the TDSB is getting—or staying—litigious.

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Newsstand: June 23, 2014

Hearing about the 30-degree heat and 80-per-cent humidity that World Cup players are dealing with really puts local weather into perspective, doesn't it? Anyway, here's some Monday news for you. City officials were unhappy about the province's plan to provide food aid to citizens during last winter's ice storm, a U of T student has been arrested in Tajikistan, and WorldPride is an economic boon to Toronto businesses.

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Weekend Newsstand: June 14, 2014

Hockey is officially over! Congratulations L.A. Kings. Now leave us alone because the World Cup is already on. There's too much overlap between winter and summer sports these days. In the news: voter turnout increased (slightly) for the first time in years, the Hells Angels lost their Toronto clubhouse for good, TDSB chair Chris Bolton has resigned, and the Toronto Airport Express will stop running this fall.

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Newsstand: June 6, 2014

It's finally Friday! Get outside and see what's going on with your neighbours today. That could be fun, right? In the news: a local startup wants to encourage the farming and sale of bugs as food, Oshawa may outlaw selling puppies and kittens in pet stores, Norm Kelly has endorsed Kathleen Wynne, and Ontario's privacy commissioner wants Toronto police to stop sharing information about suicide attempts.

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