A strong showing against weak competition would go a long way towards improving the Blue Jays’ playoff chances, especially with a trip to Baltimore for three against the hated-yet-still-threatening Orioles looming next week.
Read on to learn about five programs in the GTA where your youngster is sure to pick up a thing or two.
There are about 160 lots in the city. Privatizing parking is a simple process: the city works out a deal with a private operator to receive an up front payment of cash, and in return, the private operator can manage the parking spots for a period of time.
One person’s vacant sliver of land is another’s development opportunity. Or at least that seems to be the case for the southwest corner of Yonge Street and Birch Avenue across from the Summerhill LCBO.
After decades of serving the surrounding area, Bathurst Manor Plaza closed for good on July 31, marking the end of an era.
On opening day for the CNE we talk to the daredevils, stunt people and performers who make it a carnival
A day at the Ex is more than just rides and waffle ice cream sandwiches. It’s a carnival complete with kooky characters and awe-inspiring stunt teams. These five authentic performers are bringing back that daredevil edge to the fair this Aug. 19 to Sept. 5.
The transportation of oil across the country has long been a hot topic in Canada, but with a massive increase in the transportation of oil by train and the disaster in Lac-Mégantic, Que., Toronto residents and local politicians are raising the alarm bells.
We've put together a list of honourable Toronto Blue Jays hurlers.
The Rosehill Reservoir at David Balfour Park will be closed for approximately three years starting in 2017, to permit extensive maintenance work on the reservoir.
A new Beatles exhibit takes you back to the halcyon days of 1964, 1965 and 1966, when the four lads from Liverpool hopped the pond and landed in our own backyard.