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ice storm 2013

MISSISSAUGA, Ont. - The federal and provincial governments should each foot a third of the bill for cleaning up after last
As winter came roaring into Toronto over the past few weeks, many Torontonians -- close to 228,000 to be more exact -- were left in the dark and without power for up to a week as a result of the freezing rain that blanketed the city. In total, the damage and cleanup is estimated to cost the city $106 million. It has been a punishing start to what could be a very long, bitter winter.
The recommendation was made by city staff who advised Toronto to seek financial help from Ontario and the federal government
TORONTO - Home owners should prepare to pay more for property insurance as the severe weather trend that has battered the
TORONTO - Ontario's Liberal government should have been better prepared to assist people after the pre-Christmas ice storm
TORONTO - Another $450,000 worth of grocery store cash cards will be made available starting Tuesday in communities outside
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford turned down appeals from city officials to declare a state of emergency even though hundreds of thousands
It's been a long two weeks for residents of Toronto and surrounding areas, as the aftermath of the ice storm and subsequent
TORONTO - As utilities work to reconnect the few remaining customers still without power due to last month's ice storm, the
TORONTO - The Ontario government says more grocery store gift cards will be distributed in Toronto this week to people who