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It looks like the Toronto Raptors' newest player is already ready to leave the team. According to TSN, Goran Dragić, has "higher ambitions" than the 6ix.

The team's newest addition, who the Raptors received as part of their trade with Miami for Lowry, appeared less than enthused at the thought of playing in the 6ix during a recent interview.

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The greatest Raptor of all time might have just said goodbye to Toronto.

Kyle Lowry led the Raptors to a 135-111 win against the Denver Nuggets to snap a nine-game losing streak on Wednesday night, but it was his post-game walk off the court that really caught people's attention.

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A new Canadian trade deal with the U.K. has been announced and there was a maple syrup joke made about our country.

Justin Trudeau and Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade Mary Ng were joined by U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the U.K.'s Secretary of State for International Trade Liz Truss to make the announcement on November 21.

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Whenever November rolls around, some of the things people start thinking about are sales and savings. Rather than focusing on selling more items this year, IKEA Canada's Black Friday event is instead geared toward sustainability and keeping furniture out of landfills. Luckily, you can still get some good deals while doing your part for the planet.

On top of savings offered on environmentally friendly items, the company is introducing a sell-back program that allows you to trade in your older items for store credit. They will also be running programs for charitable donations of furniture and electronics recycling. 

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All eyes are on our neighbours to the south today as they vote for their next president. As we anxiously await news, we began to wonder: what could a 2020 Trump win mean for Ontario?

Narcity spoke to several experts on what life in Ontario could be like if Trump sticks around for another four years.

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