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St. Patrick's Day celebrators came out as early as 11 a.m. looking their best in green. <br /> Photo by Amy Legate-Wolfe <br />

Businesses sell green to make green

The sky was blue. The streets were green. As bars opened their doors, Londoners filled the pubs to partake in some St. Patrick’s Day traditions. But one of those traditions you can see from the street, rather than the bar. The fashion show runway of St. Patrick’s Day outfits. From shamrock stockings to leprechaun hats, […]

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Church repurposed for a medical/dental clinic

Vacant churches born again

Londoners weary of new high-rise developments and modern box-like buildings around their neighbourhood are benefiting from a growing trend in the city: repurposing churches. It’s more of a recent phenomenon here, said Don Menard, the heritage planner for the City of London, but it’s been happening for some time in other places. “It’s … all […]

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Bagels bring bustle to Spoke Café

It’s 10:30 a.m. on a Friday and the Spoke Café is filled with the smell of toasted bagels as students line up for a mid-morning snack. Located on the main level of the UCC, the Spoke Café is a popular spot for students, faculty and staff alike, due in part to their famous bagels. “Our […]

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