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By Shawn Star on July 15, 2014
Developer Arsalan Mohajer says his project at 41 Chatsworth Dr. will benefit the community. But nearby residents don’t seem to be buying it. (more)
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Reports sought on solving lead problem
By Shawn Star on July 15, 2014
The city is considering taking action in the wake of reports regarding unsafe levels of lead in some Torontonians’ drinking water. (more)
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