Toronto Fire Services says the amount of carbon monoxide in the air was extremely high in the back of the restaurant with levels registering at 500 parts per million.

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This show is about the idea of comradeship — about throwing your person into service for the collective, about making all bodies into one body, about caring for others more than yourself.

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Scientists who took a deeper look at dinosaur fossils suggest a different evolutionary history for dinosaurs, moving theropods such as T. Rex to a new branch of the family tree.

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Kaepernick is also promoting a campaign to raise millions of dollars for drought relief in Somalia.

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For most, telling someone to “break a leg” is a welcome gesture for good luck. But for former figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, it might not be the best choice of words before a stage debut.

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One year after Rob Ford's death, the Ford family held a celebration of his life at an Etobicoke banquet hall Wednesday evening.

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The Star's Tonda MacCharles has what you need to know about the federal budget in 90 seconds:
After thousands were sold to the public prior to the store’s closing, some signs are back on the market — but now they’re no bargain.

Honest Ed’s signs no longer so cheap cheap cheap, as resale value goes...
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We ride and reminisce with TTC bus driver Al Nywening as he drives his last shift after 42 years with the TTC.
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Toronto's trash pandas are about to get their close-up.

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Watch video of Finance Minister Bill Morneau presenting the 2017 federal budget. For our full budget coverage click here:
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Finance minister Bill Morneau’s second budget is, for the most part, a wordy rewrite of his previous one, writes Chantal Hébert.

Lots of words, few dollars . . . until the next election rolls around: Hébert
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Finance Minister Bill Morneau said the $11.2-billion housing spending is the "largest single commitment" in the budget, meant to "help ensure every Canadian has a safe and affordable place to call home."

Budget shows vast majority of new housing funds delayed more than five years
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The decision means that TTC passengers will no longer be eligible for a tax rebate on monthly Metropasses, weekly TTC passes, and weekly GTA passes. It will also impact passengers who use transit agencies across the GTA, including GO.

Transit users lose tax break on monthly passes in federal budget
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In what was touted a historic move, the Liberal government says the entire 2017 federal budget was considered through a gender-based prism, something that "should have been done a long time ago," Minister Bill Morneau said.

Measures in federal budget assessed based on impact on women
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Canadians who drink, smoke and rely on public transit will be paying more thanks to changes in the federal budget.

Liberals to hike taxes on cigarettes and alcohol, go after tax cheats in new budget
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What you need to know from the Federal budget from EI premiums to affordable housing.

Highlights from the 2017 federal budget
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#Breaking Finance Minister Bill Morneau unveiled the Liberals’ second budget Wednesday, billing it as a long-term plan to lead job growth and give Canadians the “confidence and optimism” to “adapt and prosper in the face of change.” Follow for live coverage from our Ottawa bureau.

Federal budget features more money for affordable housing, child care