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Carolyn E. Price

Citizen based in Toronto, Canada. Joined on Nov 13, 2006



It's a boy, the Duchess of Cambridge gives birth to a future king

Contrary to many unofficial reports, Catherine, the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to her first child, a boy, late in the afternoon on July 22nd, 2013.

Norwegian woman raped in Dubai finds herself jailed and convicted

Dubai - After reporting that she'd been raped to Dubai police, a 25-year-old Norwegian woman who was on a business trip to the United Arab Emirates city found herself being jailed on "suspicion of having sex outside of marriage."

Two days after Monsoon Monday, Toronto still feeling its effect

Toronto - Two days after what is becoming known as Monsoon Monday, the effects of two strong thunderstorms that blew across Southern Ontario and smashed into one another almost on top of the city of Toronto are still being felt.

Premier Wynne calls snap by-elections in Ontario

Surprising many and shocking just a few, the vacationing Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne, issued a press release setting August 1st, 2013 as the date when five vacated Liberal-held ridings will vote for a new Member of Provincial Parliament.

Parents of malnourished & abused twins arrested in Edmonton

Edmonton - Two weeks after calling emergency services to their home when one of their 27-month old twin daughters was found to be In "cardiac arrest," an Edmonton couple were arrested and now face multiple charges.

Occupy Wall Street 2.0, is it the 99% Spring initiative?

After hibernating over the winter, a new force in the vein of the Occupy movement is emerging. It's called the 99% Spring and this week kicks off their 99% Spring Action Training, with over 900 training events already scheduled and ready to go.

Op-Ed: A new political landscape in ON, the battle for the budget begins

Toronto - Ontario New Democratic Party leader Andrea Horwath fired the first (according to her) in a series of salvos at the ruling Ontario Liberal party, outlining just what it will take for the NDP to prop up the Liberal's paper thin minority government.

Op-Ed: 16-year-old commits suicide after marrying her rapist

In a small northern town in Morocco, a 16-year-old child has committed suicide by injesting rat poison. Apparently, the child had been raped one year before and was forced by her family and the courts to marry the man who raped her, in the name of honor.

VIA train derailment near Burlington, Ontario — 3 dead

A passenger train traveling between Niagara Falls and Toronto has derailed and is sitting on its side, near the town of Burlington, ON. Around 60 people have been injured, including three fatalities.

Toronto's Toque Tuesday helps put a cap on homelessness Special

Today is 'Toque Tuesday,' the day that Toronto-based charity Raising the Roof asks us to collectively 'put a cap' on youth homelessness in Canada. It is estimated that one third of Canada's homeless are between the ages of 16 and 24.

Menagerie, an anthropomorphic art show Special

Toronto - Toronto's Steam Whistle Brewery is hosting an art show that features local, up and coming artists whose works showcase the imaginative ways in which the individual artists take human attributes and insert them onto or into nonhuman entities.

Don't fear the smear: One view on how to normalize the Pap Special

Toronto - Toronto women's health doctor, Sheila Wijayasinghe, is currently presenting a unique thought provoking and slightly whimsical photo exhibit entitled Reframe the Pap. The exhibit is being shown in the Gladstone Hotel in Toronto.

Op-Ed: To be or not to be is the question, but should it be a choice?

The debate over physician assisted suicide (PAS) and euthanasia is an often divisive and emotional one. The pros and cons of PAS run the gamut of legal, ethical and moral arguments yet to many who suffer from a terminal illness, there is no debate

CTV's 16th Annual Toy Mountain campaign is underway

Toronto - The 16th annual Toy Mountain campaign has begun and there are many ways that you as an individual can help this campaign ensure that children in the Greater Toronto Area do indeed have a very Merry Christmas.

Op-Ed: Dear Mayor Rob Ford — I am one of the 99% and I want them out

Toronto - As Toronto collectively holds its breath waiting to see what happens next at St. James Park, my civic duty is to let Toronto Mayor Rob Ford know that yes, some of us do support their removal and agree that the occupy movement's time has come to an end.

Buskertainment hits Toronto's Downtown Yonge area this Fall Special

Toronto - Every weekend this Fall from November 12th to December 18th, dynamic street performers will be out and about in the Downtown Yonge Street area entertaining shoppers as part of Winter Magic's "Buskertainment."

Op-Ed: Looking for signs of winter in Toronto ... anyone? Special

Toronto - So the assignment was do a photo essay portraying the early signs of winter. It is the 12th of November, 2011 and I'm still looking!

'Canstruction' and the belief that one can fight hunger Special

Toronto - "It starts with one can." That is the call to arms, so to speak for Canstruction, the self-described "most unique food charity in the world" where architects join engineers, designers and students to build structures out of nothing more than cans of food.

Many in Motion Relay wheels, runs and walks out of Toronto Special

Toronto - Rick Hansen is celebrating the 25th anniversary of his 26 month, 40,000 kilometer, 34-country tour he undertook to raise the worlds' awareness of the potential that people with disabilities have.

The Leaf and 2 Goalies, the NHL Names October's 'Three Stars'

The NHL announced its three stars for the month of October and the number one star was awarded to high scoring winger Phil Kessel of the Toronto Maple Leafs.
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