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Stintz on Midtown: Battle for the bus lands should be about maximizing green

Proposals to develop the bus lands will begin to surface after construction of the Crosstown LRT is completed

City calls for better tree protection, only half of complaints are investigated

According to a City of Toronto report, only 50 per cent of tree bylaw complaints are being investigated
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Stintz on Midtown: Battle for the bus lands should be about maximizing green

Proposals to develop the bus lands will begin to surface after construction of the Crosstown LRT is completed

City calls for better tree protection, only half of complaints are investigated

According to a City of Toronto report, only 50 per cent of tree bylaw complaints are being investigated

Toronto's Caitlin Cronenberg gets Beastly with new web/book pooch project

Caitlin Cronenberg has teamed up with Natalie Frenkel and Jordan Eady to launch the dog glamour website Beastly to showcase a collection of photos and videos that chronicle celebrities and their beloved furry friends.

North York Central Library closed down, $17 mil makeover now underway

The North York Central Library (NYCL) closed its doors to the public on Dec. 4 to undergo extensive renovations that are part of a $17 million project to redesign the building.

Sunnybrook Plaza condo deal comes with $2.7 million in community benefits

A long-awaited settlement over the Sunnybrook Plaza site has finally been reached between the developer and local community.

Too Close to Call: Two astrologers help us get a handle on 2017

As we embark on a new year, two of the city’s leading astrologers go chart-to-chart as we track the biggest flirts and what’s in store for Trump in 2017

How They Met: A tense audition leads to a musical marriage

Musical duo Mark and Louise Camilleri teamed up to bring the Tony award-winning musical The Secret Garden to Toronto for three shows at the Trinity St. Paul Centre from Jan. 13 to 15. Mark is the musical director and conductor while Louise is performing in the show.

Advil and post-sport bevvies replaced by bongs?

Cannabis has become part of a more open dialogue between yoga-loving members at one of Toronto’s private clubs. While not in any way condoned by the club itself, some members are stepping up their yoga game by introducing a little ganja into their practice.

Toronto's most anticipated restaurant openings of 2017 from Grey Gardens to Godspeed

A list of the four most hotly anticipated restaurants set to open in 2017

Bedford Park resident and the case of the black walnut tree heads to community council next week

A homeowner in the Bedford Park area says a black walnut tree has been at the root of her problems for more than a decade.

Big Opening: Stole My Heart

A new intimates boutique with a special focus on collections designed by women

How They Met: Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg, of CBC’s Workin’ Moms, on and off-camera lovebirds

Catherine Reitman and Philip Sternberg are the team behind CBC’s new sitcom Workin’ Moms, premiering Jan. 10. The duo also star in the series — as a married couple, of course. Aside from their onscreen duties, Sternberg is an executive producer on the show, and Reitman is the showrunner, creator and co-producer.

Sewell on City Hall: Ask John Tory — for whom the toll serves?

The easiest thing to do is to pick a fight with a neighbour and allege they are not carrying a fair share of the weight. For some politicians it seems a default position.

Joanne Kates on the most disappointing new restaurants of 2016

The six most disappointing new restaurants of 2016.

North York’s best new restaurant of 2016: Menami

Thanks to giant marquee lights spelling out its name, MeNami is hard to miss.

Alex Paxton-Beesley, star of CBC’s ‘Mennonite mob drama’ gives us her five books that matter

Alex Paxton-Beesley stars in the new CBC series Pure, billed as a “Mennonite mob drama,” premiering Jan. 9. She says what’s impressed her most is the stunning work of the ensemble cast.

Richmond Hill's best new restaurant of 2016: Toshi Ryoriten

Richmond Hill's best new restaurant: Toshi Ryoriten The 905’s best new addition from 2016 is, hands down, this serene Japanese restaurant.

Big Opening: Avenue Girl

A stylish boutique targeted to adolescents

Joanne Kates on Toronto's best new restaurants of 2016 — the top five

Joanne Kates on five delicious joints that will change the way you dine.

Joanne Kates on Toronto's best new restaurants of 2016 — number 10 to 6

Joanne Kates on 10 delicious joints that will change the way you dine.

Jeanne has the new gear to get fit and fabulous in the new year

It’s the new year, so what better time to dive into a new athletic routine? Whether you look to Serena or Karen for fitspo, Jeanne’s done the heavy lifting and found some cool looks to get you off to a good start.

Comic Stripped: Just give ’er school of comedy comes of age

Television sitcom Letterkenny is a bona fide Canadian comedy success story. It began a few years ago online and migrated to CraveTV as its first original production. The second season just premiered on Christmas Day with a third underway.

J.D. gets Trumped

Post City interview with American journalist John Roberts heading back to Washington to cover President Donald Trump

Looking Back: There will never be another store like Ed’s

Honest Ed’s, shown in many films and on TV, was as much a tourist attraction & landmark as a discount store.

Our picks from Next Stage Festival’s cutting-edge indie at the Factory Theatre

The Next Stage Theatre Festival, celebrating its 10th anniversary this Jan. 4 to 15, could be considered crème de la crème selections from Toronto’s indie theatre scene. The productions, at the Factory Theatre, are all unique, but after looking at the lineup, we’ve noted that they can be untidily pigeonholed into three categories: new plays, musicals and cabaret.

Shop Crawl: Queen and Spadina’s unique boutiques

Intersection of old and new eschews chain stores for indie shops with style.

Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Daniel Nestor on junior tennis phenom Denis Shapovalov

When he won the boys Wimbledon Junior Championship, I wasn’t surprised. He’s playing at a high level, so I knew that it was only a matter of time until he started winning tournaments like that, and he’s tough mentally, which is the most important thing.

Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Jane Taber on Chrystia Freeland, Canada's deal-closing trade minister

No surprise she was named the minister of international trade. She is one of Prime Minister Trudeau’s stars — a Rhodes Scholar and an expert on globalization, income equality and global affairs.

Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Mark Breslin on Lorne Michaels

Lorne Michaels had a very good year. His Saturday Night Live crew shined during the recent American election, bringing Alec Baldwin in to parody Donald Trump and Kate McKinnon as a hilarious Hillary Clinton.

Toronto's most inspiring people of 2016: Tatiana Maslany's Emmy-earning year

​Tatiana Maslany is the most natural leader I’ve met. She’s gracious, kind, funny as hell and fearlessly talented. She’s easily the busiest actor in the world (without a doubt), and yet she still finds time to make everyone feel welcome on set.
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