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North York

Last Meal: A forkful of Toronto

March 08, 2018

Armour Heights resident accused of clearing 50 trees

Local battle ensues over tree clearing; application to build a separate house on property appealed to the OMB
January 05, 2018

Grade changes coming to York Mills public schools

December 09, 2016

Dream Homes: Midtown modern romance

November 09, 2016

Bridle Path townhouse customers left in limbo after Urbancorp bankruptcy

They were promised a luxury townhome in one of Toronto’s most desirable neighbourhoods. But instead, Urbancorp customers who invested in the development on Bayview Avenue near The Bridle Path now stand to lose more than half their deposit.
September 15, 2016

Real Estate Roundtable: Our fall panel predicts a tamer but still robust market

How will Vancouver’s housing market fare from B.C.’s foreign investor tax? Our panel of experts weighs in on its potential ramifications and what it could mean for Toronto.
September 14, 2016

Kevin Hearn on growing up in North York and his new solo album

Despite his band’s iconic success, the 45-year old keys player for the Barenaked Ladies is incredibly down-to-earth.
November 05, 2014

Real Estate Roundtable: Greater gains in the 2014 house and condo market

This summer saw better-than-expected gains in house and condo sales. We asked our roundtable experts if the market will remain hot
September 16, 2014

New facility for Yonge & Sheppard

April 01, 2014

Preparing for pipeline emergencies

April 01, 2014

Bayview development proposal opposed

Councillor, community concerned by yet another application
April 01, 2014

North York residents await pipeline reversal

Naysayers out of options, fearful of Enbridge’s track record
April 01, 2014

All you need is love

Local organization aims to reduce violence in lives of youth
April 01, 2014

New pools and gym coming to Sheppard

The area surrounding Bessarion subway station on Sheppard Avenue East could be a bit more active in years to come.
April 01, 2014

$1 million for Downsview art project sparks war of words

A million-dollar public art project from Ontario’s Planning Act Section 37 funds for Downsview Park’s Stanley Greene neighbourhood was passed at the most recent meeting of North York Community Council (NYCC). However, the vote was not unanimous.
April 01, 2014

Real Estate Roundtable 2014

As we convened our 7th Annual Real Estate Roundtable, Toronto’s market has continued to soar. Prices are high, inventory is low. Here’s what the GTA’s top market experts had to say about 2014.
March 05, 2014

Bathurst Manor finally gets own voice

Despite being a long-established and recognized neighbourhood in North York, Bathurst Manor has been without a residents’ or ratepayers’ association — until now.
March 03, 2014

Synagogue still in search of new home

Options include building tennis clubhouse to use as space.
March 03, 2014

Happy campers

Jocelyn Palm has devoted her life to helping women thrive.
March 03, 2014

Celebrating North York public art

Many of us are creatures of habit and often don’t notice the beauty on our streets and buildings, but public works of art are important aspects of our community. They bring people together, instill pride, improve our neighbourhoods and provide a sense of belonging.
March 03, 2014