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December 22, 2018 2:58 AM Game Centre: Kawhi Leonard, Raptors make it look easy against Cavaliers

But facing the Cavaliers, now 8-25, Toronto looked unencumbered in a 126-110 win, even without Kyle Lowry (thigh), Serge Ibaka (knee), Jonas Valanciunas (thumb) and Danny Green (knee). It wasn’t anywhere near the Raptors’ best defensive showing — they let Cleveland shoot 48.1 per cent from the field and gave up 41 points in the third quarter — but the team rarely 119

December 21, 2018 7:49 PM If Beale Street Could Talk, starring Toronto’s Stephan James, pulls poetry out of pain

Like a great bluesman, Moonlight’s Barry Jenkins finds poetry in the lives of people struggling to surpass pain and cruel circumstances, often choosing beautiful images over words. He’s the empathetic auteur of choice to adapt If Beale Street Could Talk, James Baldwin’s classic novel of love and racial injustice, set in the Harlem of 1974. KiKi Layne 182

December 21, 2018 2:14 PM Factories lead Canada’s fastest economic growth in five months

Canadian gross domestic product grew at the fastest pace in five months on a lift from manufacturing, giving the economy fresh momentum to open the fourth quarter. Output grew 0.3 per cent in October, Statistics Canada said Friday from Ottawa, faster than the median forecast in a Bloomberg economist survey of 0.2 per cent. Factory production expanded 163

December 20, 2018 6:18 PM Bieksa to lead Canada in push for fourth straight Spengler Cup title

“We are excited with this year’s group of players, as we believe we have assembled a team that combines experience from previous Spengler Cup appearances and the 2018 Olympic Winter Games, and a group of new faces who will contribute to the success of our team,” general manager Sean Burke said in a statement. “The Spengler Cup is always an exciting tournament 153

December 19, 2018 11:22 PM Police continue to watch for anyone possessing or uploading the St. Mike’s video

The alleged continued circulation of the video is one of the “terrible” outcomes of the rise of social media, said Judith Taylor, a sociology and gender studies professor at University of Toronto. “It’s hard to believe that this kind of thing happens,” said Taylor, whose research includes issues of toxic masculinity. “It is a shocking thing, and so people 166

December 19, 2018 6:36 PM Dean Blundell returns to Toronto radio as fill-in on Newstalk 1010

If you would like a taste, tune into Newstalk 1010 this Thursday and Friday, as the controversial deejay fills in on The Jim Richards Show. It’s his first appearance on Toronto airwaves in almost two years and Blundell, 45, published a lengthy post on his website about his past; how he has undergone therapy and stopped drinking to get the point where 158

December 19, 2018 5:05 PM Toronto FC to open CONCACAF Champions League on Feb. 19 in La Chorrera, Panama

Toronto FC will open its 2019 Scotiabank CONCACAF Champions League on Feb. 19 in La Chorrera, Panama, against Club Atletico Independiente. The MLS club, which reached the final of the 2018 competition, already knew it was playing the Panama team from the Dec. 3 draw in Miami. On Wednesday, the dates for the tie were announced. Toronto beat the Colorado 128

December 19, 2018 12:55 PM Live: Seventh St. Mike’s student arrested in ongoing sex assault investigation as police set to update media

A seventh former St. Michael’s College School student is facing criminal charges in an ongoing investigation into assault and sexual assault at the prestigious boys’ school, according to the boy’s lawyer. Lawyer Nicholas Xynnis confirmed the 15-year-old boy turned himself in to police Wednesday morning, but said he could not confirm what charges the boy is facing 150

December 17, 2018 11:26 PM Ontario education cuts to hit vulnerable youth the most, students say

NDP Leader Andrea Horwath called the changes “callous” and “shocking.” If the government isn’t replacing the axed programs, “then they are leaving a whole lot of very vulnerable and marginalized kids without the supports that we know — based on lots of research, and reports, and inquests — that we need,” said NDP education critic Marit Stiles 153

December 17, 2018 11:16 PM Street closure designed to speed up Eglinton Crosstown construction postponed

A lengthy closure of a midtown intersection intended to accelerate work on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT has been postponed due to local opposition, a decision that comes on the heels of questions about whether the massive transit project will be done on time. Earlier this month Metrolinx, the provincial agency that oversees transit planning in the GTHA, announced 217