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Forget hipster, think hippie: Millennials are taking notes from the free spirits of the ’70s

In the age of smartphones, massive corporations and processed foods, people are breaking away from the norm to dress, eat and live in more organic ways.

Minimum wage: A provincial election primer

Ontario is poised to increase the minimum wage from $14 to $15 per hour at the end of this year, after a larger increase of almost 30 per cent on Jan. 1, 2018, from $11.60.
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Will Midtown dispensaries disappear after legalization, or just go underground?

Later this year, Canada will formally legalize cannabis across the country, making the future unclear for dispensaries.

Forget hipster, think hippie: Millennials are taking notes from the free spirits of the ’70s

In the age of smartphones, massive corporations and processed foods, people are breaking away from the norm to dress, eat and live in more organic ways.

4 of T.O.'s favourite Italian restaurants on spring menus, celebrity chefs and the dish that made them famous

We asked a handful of Toronto's Italian restaurant owners about their fave dishes and why they love cooking in their neighbourhood.

Minimum wage: A provincial election primer

Ontario is poised to increase the minimum wage from $14 to $15 per hour at the end of this year, after a larger increase of almost 30 per cent on Jan. 1, 2018, from $11.60.

Sewell on City Hall: Coming elections offer little hope

A quarter of current councillors in Toronto's City Council have been there since the millennium, some even longer.

Food Profile: Andreas Antoniou brings foodie finds to the mass market with Assembly Chef's Hall

Assembly Chef's Hall, located on the ground floor of Google's downtown office, offers food from 17 of the city's best chefs.

Daily Planet: Forget global, go local like Oxford County

Oxford County became the second local government in Canada, after Vancouver, to adopt a commitment to 100 per cent renewable energy by 2050.

HGTV's Tiffany Pratt poses 10 questions to address your fear of colour

interior designer and HGTV Canada host, Tiffany Pratt, shows us how not to fear colour and what shades to embrace.

La Diperie brings its chocolate-covered custom cones to Midtown

Montreal-founded once cream chain, La Diperie, has a new outpost at Yonge and Lawrence.

3 spring gardening trends with Toronto Botanical Garden's Paul Zammit

We chat with Paul Zammit, the Nancy Eaton director of horticulture at the Toronto Botanical Garden to get the inside scoop on 2018’s gardening trends.

Home of the Week: Landmark Forest Hill mansion with gym and home theatre for $17.68 million

The three-storey home at 61 Old Forest Hill Road, which sits on a 3/4 acre lot, has six bedrooms and ten bathrooms.

Meals From Memory: Vit Béo's David Huynh makes his grandma’s dumplings

Like a lot of Asian kids growing up with grandparents at home, chef David Huynh, of the new Vit Béo at Bloor and Ossington, spent his childhood making dumplings with his grandma.

Buzz-heavy throwback band Frigs finally look poised to hit the big time

Frigs album, Basic Behaviour, was released earlier this year.

10 spring restaurants we can’t stop talking about

From Grant van Gameren's fiery Mexican fare to all-day Dundas West wine bar, Paris Paris, we catch you up on our fave new food spots.

Jeremy Dutcher goes back to his Indigenous roots on masterful debut album

On his debut album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, Jeremy Dutcher takes archival recordings of traditional Wolastoq songs and creates new music.

Raining champ: Jeanne Beker picks her favourite April shower proof trench coats

Spring is finally on it's way — beat those April showers in style with the season's must-have coat.

Roundtable teaser: 12 of T.O.’s top real estate pros on how they bought their first homes

Post City's 2018 Real Estate Roundtable panellists on buying their first home and how much they paid for them.

How They Met: No drama for theatrical duo Hannah Moscovitch and Christian Barry's wedding

Hannah Moscovitch, who wrote 'What a Young Wife Ought to Know,' met fellow thespian Christian Barry while working at the Tarragon Theatre.

5 historic Toronto events from Marches of years past

We rounded up five highlights from the past 100 or so Marches.

5 historic Toronto events from Aprils of years past

We rounded up five highlights from the past 160 Aprils.

10 hot restaurants we can't stop talking about

These are the restaurants you need to check out right now.

Toronto in 10 Clicks: El Mocambo gets a $10 million facelift, Peter Munk dies, vegan protest backfires and more

Everything you need to know about what's happening in Toronto.

From Jays rookie to rocket man, pitcher Danny Barnes wants to make the critics eat their words

The team’s top rookie of 2017 talks Donaldson’s intensity, Gibby’s gift of the gab, secret handshakes and how the team can make it happen.

Sara Farb on getting her big break at the Stratford Festival

Veteran Stratford Festival actor Sara Farb on getting her big break at the Stratford Festival.

Toronto city council will vote on Transform Yonge project

A streetscaping plan for a North York section of Yonge headed to City Council for a final vote after two years of environmental assessments and community consultation.

Home of the Week: Hogg's Hollow three-bed with circular gourmet kitchen for $5.44 million

If you're craving ceilings that soar above your head and spacious open plan living, this detached home in the Bridle Path-York Mills neighbourhood is for you.

Arts: What's on in March

The best shows this month from New Zealand pop star Lorde and rocker Dan Auerbach to the Land of Kush and an Irish film festival.

Ed Robertson on the Barenaked Ladies breakup, his harrowing plane crash and starting over in Midtown

The frontman of the fab five-turned-four on the Barenaked breakup, his harrowing plane crash and starting over in Midtown.

Sonja Bata: A legacy of philanthropy and footwear

Sonja Bata, a Swiss-Canadian business woman, philanthropist, and museum founder, passed away earlier this year.

Scott McGillivray is putting his money where his mouth is in new show Buyers Bootcamp

For Buyers Bootcamp, McGillivray teams up with amateur real estate investors, lays down his own capital and helps them flip a property for a profit.
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