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Women are a growing part of cannabis market

Post Interview: What would Kyle do?

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.

Eat This Minute: T.O.’s newest New York City import has tongues wagging

Work Out with Monika: A kick-butt workout in an uptown park

Revelling in the rainbow ahead of Toronto’s Pride Weekend

Temple vs. townhouses

Homes: Take back your backyard

Cover Story: Just Like Dad

Jonas Stadtländer helming the kitchen at the legendary Sooke Harbour House

Jonas Stadtländer, son of acclaimed chef Michael Stadtländer, is heading up the kitchen at venerable Sooke Harbour House.

Real Estate: Buyers on sidelines, but for how long?

The mighty Toronto real estate boom of the past decade seems to be changing as government measures designed to cool the market that was logging annual price increases of more than 30 per cent begin to take effect.

Parent Hacks: Eight tips on how to raise free-range kids

Of course it’s only natural to want to know that your kids are safe and that you’re aware of what they’re getting up to, but the more we constantly keep tabs on them, the less independence and personal responsibility they learn. Are we the ones holding them back?

Dr. Jess on Sex: Sexy summer outings

Restaurant Review: What a marvellous mashup Doma is

Doma lives in the funky little space just up from College on Clinton, where once was Acadia and then Red Sauce.

Reimagining the future of Yonge Street

Re-Imagining Yonge, a cityscaping project helmed by Ward 23 councillor John Filion, has received $2 million in design and infrastructure money from Toronto City Council.

The Property Brothers face off in a spring beach battle

Post City seasonal columnists and Property Brothers stars, Jonathan and Drew Scott, are heading into the fifth season of their show Brother vs. Brother.

End of OMB puts power in residents’ hands

Long story short, in neighbourhoods like Thornhill and Willowdale, the starter home is a thing of the past.

When kid-sick is the new homesick

The OMB’s reign is over

Stakeholders offer their input on the long-criticized Ontario Municipal Board and its new, less powerful replacement: the Local Planning Appeals Tribunal

Filming and dining T.O. style with Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson

Whether they’re hitting up one of Toronto’s hippest brunch spots on a break from filming or solving a murder together, Jason Priestley and Cindy Sampson are one dynamic duo. The pair portray private investigators Matt Shade and Angie Everett on the hit show Private Eyes, a dramedy with Toronto as the backdrop.

Taste Test: Celebrity chef Mark McEwan joined us to test the city’s top charcuterie boards

When it comes to this summer backyard favourite, McEwan says the selection is key — you want a variety of meats, a terrine or pâté en croûte, one cheese for contrast, the perfect bread and a fruit component.

Too Close to Call: Shake (It) Off

It’s the ultimate shake showdown: Hollywood Cone has its Mutant Milkshakes piled sky high, while Café Núna struts its Freakshake flare. You decide who’s shaking and who’s faking.

Sewell on City Hall: Toronto is on an economic roll and increased housing prices is a predictable result

I think the biggest cause of the increased cost of housing, rental and ownership, is the extraordinary growth spurt Toronto finds itself in. The economy around here is booming, with unemployment rates lower than they have been for many years. People want to be here in this city.

The pops-approved pursuits for Father's Day

From experiences to gifts, these are our 29 picks to make Dad's day great

Yonge Street subway extension back on track

Putting the subway back in the news was a Toronto City Council report last month updating the status of the extension, which will bring the train from Finch up to Highway 7, and the Downtown Relief Line, which we’ll come back to in a second. Thereafter, Mayor John Tory announced that if the province or anyone else dared to fund the Yonge extension before the DRL he’d block it.

How They Met: 9/11 shaped the love story of the couple behind ‘Come From Away’

Come From Away, the musical about the town of Gander, N.L., that temporarily doubled its population in the wake of 9/11 when planes were redirected there, is the broadway hit of the year, snapping up seven Tony Award nominations. We chatted with the play’s creators, Torontonians David Hein and Irene Sankoff, ahead of the Tony Awards on June 11, about how the events of 9/11 shaped their love story.

Looking Back: 50 years ago this summer the Mariposa Festival came to Centre Island for the Summer of Love

The Mariposa Festival was established in the early ’60s in Orillia but was given the boot by the gentle townsfolk, and it moved further south to Caledon and on to Centre Island for its hippie heyday, when everyone from Bob Dylan to Joni Mitchell and Leonard Cohen hit the mainstage while flower children beat their bongos and passed their pot-fuelled peace pipes in relative privacy.
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