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Vandalism at Baycrest part of larger trend

A recent act of vandalism at Baycrest Health Sciences centre is the latest in a number of hate crimes across the city. A male suspect is still at large and the Toronto Police Service (TPS) is requesting the public’s help identifying him.

Sewell on City Hall: Enough! Or Too Much

Some people think there is not enough development around the Yonge-Eglinton intersection. City planners have given approval to a 24-storey tower at 90 Eglinton Ave. W., replacing a solid-looking six-storey structure. North York Community Council brushed aside strong local opposition, including from local councillors Josh Matlow, Jaye Robinson and Christin Carmichael Greb, and recommended the development to Toronto City Council at the next meeting.
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Vandalism at Baycrest part of larger trend

A recent act of vandalism at Baycrest Health Sciences centre is the latest in a number of hate crimes across the city. A male suspect is still at large and the Toronto Police Service (TPS) is requesting the public’s help identifying him.

Sewell on City Hall: Enough! Or Too Much

Some people think there is not enough development around the Yonge-Eglinton intersection. City planners have given approval to a 24-storey tower at 90 Eglinton Ave. W., replacing a solid-looking six-storey structure. North York Community Council brushed aside strong local opposition, including from local councillors Josh Matlow, Jaye Robinson and Christin Carmichael Greb, and recommended the development to Toronto City Council at the next meeting.

Update on Drake's Bridle Path home

At the Bar: Inspired cocktails at Momo San, the new Japanese hot spot

At Baldwin Village’s Momo San, things have been bustling. Still shy of the actual grand opening, the in-demand Japanese eatery has had all the queues since opening shop early this May.

RioCan pulls Sobeys plaza condos in favour of low-rise commercial development

Thornhill residents are relieved that the Springfarm Marketplace at Hilda Avenue and Clark Avenue will not be the site of a highrise development after years of opposition. Instead, RioCan, the developer of the site, is now proposing a 10,000-square-foot low-rise commercial building instead of a highrise apartment building.

Protest songs alive and well 50 years after Summer of Love

It’s the 50th anniversary of the Summer of Love — you know, those godless hippies dancing around in their birthday suits to politically charged tunes on the Hair soundtrack. And with it comes a renewed focus on the role of the protest song, thanks to the likes of Donald Trump, climate change, Islamophobia and Black Lives Matter.

Second City gala features the legendary Bob and Doug McKenzie

Dr. Jess on Sex: Why happy couples fight

Happy couples fight. Sometimes they even go to bed angry. Research suggests that fighting is a normal part of healthy relationships. By engaging in conflict with truthful outbursts, you relieve relationship tension, assuage frustrations and foster a deeper bond by communicating your needs, boundaries and expectations.

Air bee-n-bee generating some buzz for Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill

Thousands of bees are saying “Honey, I’m home!” to their new digs at Hillcrest Mall in Richmond Hill, though visitors in the parking lot may never even realize it.

How CP24 Breakfast's Pooja Handa met her husband Paul Pathak

Survey finds 90% of area respondents oppose condo proposal in Thornhill

Thornhill residents overwhelmingly opposed a development proposal from Torgan Group to build seven 27-storey condo towers on the site of the Promenade shopping centre, and local residents groups now have the hard data to prove it. Over 1,200 residents (comprising 90 per cent of respondents) said they didn’t want to see the building height increase from the official plan–approved 14 storeys to the proposed 27 storeys.

Slip into slides this summer

This season, it’s all about the slide. From classics-with-a-twist to elevated poolsiders to furry creatures for your feet, Jeanne walks us through this summer’s must-have shoe.

Richmond Hill councillor pulls motion on shark fin ban

A Richmond Hill Town Council motion to support a Senate bill to ban the importation of shark fins in Canada was withdrawn. Ward 5 councillor Karen Cilevitz felt she would not get enough support for the motion to pass.

Betting on pot in the stock market

Too Close to Call: I’m a lumberjack and that’s OK

These axe-wielding men are chopping into T.O to take down cedars with one fell swoop. Which lumberjack rules?

Restaurant Review: Canis on Queen West fixes the prix fixe for Joanne Kates

Choice aplenty at this fastidious Queen West resto makes for fab multi-course menus.

Editor's Note: Toronto needs a clean, green Lake Ontario

A long-term Carrville Road makeover

Town of Richmond Hill planning staff has developed a draft secondary plan and is seeking comments from the public on the town’s plan that will shape the 39-hectare parcel of land around Yonge Street and Carrville Road and increase the population from around 200 to up to 14,600 people and add up to 8,500 jobs by 2031.

The Queen’s Plate’s Midtown milliner

Local café has sax-appeal

Post Interview: Toward a new Canada

Post City interviews Idle No More founder Dr. Pam Palmater

Taste Test: T.O.'s top lobster rolls

Toronto Fringe returns with new festival hub and a whopping 160 shows

There’s big changes afoot this year for the 29th edition of the Toronto Fringe Festival, July 5 to 16.

Bloor initiative a winner

Post Interview: What would Kyle do?

Women are a growing part of cannabis market

Wooden Sky talk edgy new album, play Massey Hall tonight with Jenn Grant

Toronto band Wooden Sky plays Massey Hall on June 23 (Tonight!) alongside the incredible Jenn Grant as part of the venerable concert hall's Live at Massey Hall series.

Time travel to the ’20s for two days at Spadina Museum

This annual retro party goes down at Spadina Museum, 285 Spadina Rd. on June 24 and 25.

Richmond Hill man saves three from house fire

How the Food Dudes put their multi-faceted stamp on Toronto’s dining scene

Adrian Niman and Brent McClenahan are the official co-owners of the Food Dudes, overseeing two acclaimed restaurants — Rasa and Omaw — two grab-and-go Pantry eateries and two food trucks. Oh, and they cater over 1,500 events a year.
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