Toronto City Council approved the new plan detailing the construction setup for the Avenue Road light rail transit (LRT) station on July 14.
Skiing or snowboarding in the summertime? Yep, you can do that. These indoor facilities offer year-round opportunities for downhill speed demons in the GTA. Whose slopes are slickest? You decide.
Healthy Butcher and Yitz’s Deli concerned as LRT station construction plans to block parking and access for three years
We boldly went where no man has gone before and found the owner of the Star Trek space van, one of the few people who are fluent in Klingon and the commander of the Crimson Knight Fleet in honour of the release of Star Trek Beyond today.
Sewell on City Hall: Tory’s team off to one side instead of collaboratively planning downtown’s future
It’s a pretty confident strategy. The project is called TOCore, and the city’s website lists the many studies undertaken by staff and consultants retained by staff, all fodder for the final plan due within two years.
The Municipal Property Assessment Corporation (MPAC) was performing property value reassessments in Toronto last month, and given how quickly housing values have risen, some people are worried about a resulting property tax increase.
Local Hero: 12-year-old Torontonian with degenerative eye disease has raised nearly 50,000 dollars to fight blindness
Macgowan and his parents began a fundraising effort with the Foundation Fighting Blindness last year. Initially he was hoping to raise around 5,000 dollars, but as friends and family spread word of his cause, donations began to skyrocket. Today, Macgowan and his family have raised nearly 50,000 dollars.
A recent survey commissioned by the Leaside Property Owners’ Association (LPOA) showed the majority of local respondents feel the development proposed for 939 Eglinton Ave. E. is inappropriate.
Change often comes incrementally and when you least expect it, but a few of the big issues I have discussed in this space over the past year have seen significant and even surprising progress in recent months.
Comedian couple Kevin Whalen and Paloma Nuñez got their start at Second City — both personally and professionally.