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Bordered by Parliament St. to the west and River St. to the east in Toronto's downtown, Regent Park has seen a lot of change over the years.

But as Toronto Historian Morgan Cameron Ross highlights in this episode of Then&Now, the changes implemented in this neighbourhood haven't always benefited the resilient community within.

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It's been quite the summer, and it's soon coming to an end. We've only got a month left of soaking in the hot sun, crazing over ice cream rolls, and drinking on patios. Instead of moping around and wishing summer would last forever, spend your month doing all of these fun and free activities.

From cultural and food festivals to free concerts to yoga lessons, here’s a list of all the free things you can do this August 2016 in Toronto.

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When you venture into a grocery store, you are there for a reason: you are hungry and in need of food. But this can be hard to accomplish when there is too much stimulus and distraction around you (A.K.A. the people of Toronto). Grocery stores are full of all kinds of interesting people as long as you keep your eyes peeled. Here are 10 types of people you tend to meet in downtown Toronto grocery stores.

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