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Million Thai Restaurant a tidy (and delicious) addition to 118th Avenue

Million Thai Restaurant a tidy (and delicious) addition to 118th Avenue

Thanks to the peculiar configuration of an otherwise unremarkable Beverly strip mall, the kitchen of Million Thai restaurant enjoys a full-length glass storefront looking onto the parking lot, from where, should you choose, you can watch every detail of your food, and everyone else’s, being prepared.

 
 

Great buns a big highlight at Bannock Burger

Great buns a big highlight at Bannock Burger

When it comes to burgers, so much is riding on the bun.

 
 

EAST offers a luscious feast of Chinese-Malaysian cuisine

EAST offers a luscious feast of Chinese-Malaysian cuisine

It may well be that a city’s actual culinary chops might finally be judged not so much by the choices available in the obvious urban dining districts, but “out” in the extremities, in the newer neighbourhoods where many folks actually live and shop. By choice!

 
 

TFC’s Alex Bono unfazed by challenges on and off the pitch

Alex Bono’s path to becoming Toronto FC’s starting goalkeeper didn’t come easy. But when the opportunity arrived, he was more than prepared, just as he’s been his entire life.

 
 

3 questions parents should ask about their child’s coach

The recent sexual assault cases involving a former U.S. gymnastics team doctor and a former Canadian ski coach have left many parents wondering: how can we ensure sport is a safe place for our children?

 
 

Argos to show off Grey Cup at championship rally

The Toronto Argonoauts will celebrate with fans and show off their hard-won Grey Cup during a rally at Nathan Phillips Square.

 
 

Albertans may face $8B bill for orphan wells unless rules change, lawyer says

A longtime lawyer for landowners is warning something needs to change or else Albertans could be stuck with an $8-billion environmental cleanup of abandoned oil wells.

 
 

High vacancy rates push average rent down in Alberta

The average monthly rent for a two-bedroom apartment in Canada last month was $989, a rise of 2.7 per cent in the past 12 months.

 
 

TransCanada says it is engaging with landowners on new Keystone XL route

TransCanada Corp. said Tuesday it has started to engage with Nebraska landowners along the alternate route of its Keystone XL pipeline approved last week.

 
 

10 final thoughts on the 2017 CFL season

Another season of CFL football has come to an end, and CBC Sports contributor Malcolm Kelly, who saw all but two games this year, has plenty of thoughts on this past year and what to expect in 2018.

 
 
 

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