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Noise complaints change the tune of Toronto’s music scene

Toronto has gained a reputation for it’s dying live music scene. Now, the city is looking to implement a number of changes to its noise bylaws to help out artists. That’s music to the ears of some bar owners, but not everyone agrees.

East York high school hooks up with state-of-the-art Internet

Students were present during the unveiling at EYASS. They spoke about how they would use the new Internet. Students mentioned faster streaming of videos, specifically Ted Talks. They also mentioned they hoped this new Internet access would fix annoying issues that students have had to deal with using ADSL.

Six-alarm fire in midtown Toronto

A six-alarm fire devoured The Badminton and Racquet Club of Toronto at Yonge Street and St. Clair Avenue on Tuesday, closing one of the city’s busiest intersections, and forcing the evacuation of many residents from adjacent buildings.

Interim Toronto Fire Chief Matthew Pegg declared the blaze a five-alarm fire around 10:30 a.m., but then upgraded it to a six-alarm fire at 11:30 a.m.

Toronto driver charged with six crimes after fatal collision

One person is dead after a sedan with three passengers struck a pole on the south-east corner of Bloor Street East and Parliament Street on Monday night. It was raining and foggy at the scene of the accident. The vehicle’s front was mangled and shards of glass littered the road.

Trump supporter in Buffalo holds up Trump sign

Trump victory? Buffalo N.Y. residents weigh in

Amidst cheers and yelps at the crowded Erie County Republican Committee viewing party, Rep. Chris Collins learned he had been re-elected on Tuesday night for a third term in the House of Representatives for the 27th district in New York State. Collins was the first representative to endorse Donald Trump for president.