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Rosedale Golf Club cuts down 55 trees

Local residents have questioned why the private course decided to remove a significant number of trees from its property.
February 07, 2018

Toronto goes for gold at the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics

Several Torontonians will be vying to bring home a medal from the 2018 Olympic Games, hosted in Pyeongchang, South Korea.
February 07, 2018

Break-ins: Recent residential robberies in Toronto

To keep you in the know, we bring you data on area break-ins in Toronto for Dec and Jan.
February 07, 2018

New GO schedule leaves people without cars in the lurch, says MPP

After almost seven months of campaigning for peace and quiet, residents living in southern York Region are cautiously optimistic that significant progress is underway to “stop the horns” from being blasted as a result of new Stouffville-Union GO train service. However, a local lobby group and a Thornhill member of provincial parliament (MPP) are left with concerns over how a lack of direct buses impacts residents who are not able to drive to their GO stations.
February 06, 2018

6 Valentine’s Day date ideas that don’t suck

Sick of hearts and candy? We've rounded up the best curveball plans for Valentine's Day.
February 06, 2018

Is Yorkville losing its boutique flavour?

A redevelopment plan for the plaza at 101 Yorkville Ave. is pushing out independent shops, such as Over the Rainbow and The Village Ink, to attract global brands, and some are concerned the area is losing its flavour.
February 06, 2018

Andi Petrillo is ready for her Olympic moment

The face of CBC’s Olympic coverage, Andi Petrillo chats with Post City about the upcoming Winter Olympics, politics, which local athletes to look out for and why hockey still matters.
February 06, 2018

Sewell on City Hall: New subway costs Toronto taxpayers $24 a trip

The subway extension to York University and beyond is now open, from Sheppard West to Vaughan Metropolitan Centre, although the view from that latter station of a few buildings in a field of parking is hardly the centre of a metropolis. (From the Highway 407 station one cannot spot a single building of substance.)
February 06, 2018

How They Met: Hayley Elsaesser on meeting her hubby Down Under and being married by Elvis

Fashion designer, Hayley Elsaesser, chats about how she found love with her partner, Josh Davis, around the globe.
February 05, 2018

Daring Series: The retiree who climbed Everest

As part of our Daring Series, we chat to Mithan Kansal, who decided to forgo a life of leisure in his retirement and challenge himself to mountain climb instead.
February 05, 2018

Residents are urging the City to make heritage designation changes a priority

Some Midtown residents are concerned by the number of residential tear-downs in their neighbourhoods and argue the city should make sweeping heritage designation changes a priority.
February 02, 2018

Daring Series: This hippie van man went on a 16-country road trip

As part of our daring series, we chat to Aaron Neilson-Belman, a hippie van man who drove around the world.
February 02, 2018

Award-winning playwright Kat Sandler on her latest production, Bang Bang

University of Toronto Schools alum, Kat Sandler, talks about making theatre accessible for her generation.
February 02, 2018

Actor Jill Hennessy talks Toronto hangout spots, raccoon invasions and new TV show Crawford

Jill Hennessy plays a busy working mom in new CBC TV series Crawford.
February 02, 2018

We talk to Onyx Ronin, a licensed Toronto body rubber

Onyx Ronin has been a sensual massage attendant for five years. We talked to her about how her job affects her personal life, the outlook for legislating the industry and more.
February 01, 2018

5 historic events from Februarys of years past

February isn't just for valentines and groundhogs. We rounded up five highlights from the past 150 or so Februarys.
February 01, 2018

How They Met: A first date with the whole family

Award-winning playwright, speaker and producer Trey Anthony dishes on how she found love with her partner, ER doctor Vernetta Harris.
February 01, 2018

10 Big Tickets for February: Plant, Cohen and a whole lot of Rhubarb

Looking for the shows that everyone will be talking about next month? Look no further. Here are February’s finest and most intriguing cultural events.
February 01, 2018

Toronto in 10 Clicks: Supermoons, Raptors cruising, Doug Ford joins PC leadership race and more

From Doug Ford to the Raptors to Amazon — we round up everything you need to know about Toronto, so you don't have to.
January 31, 2018

City council could triple the number of body-rubbers licensed to offer erotic services later this month

Body-rub parlour premises are zoned to industrial areas, away from schools, places of worship and prying eyes, whereas holistic centres may occupy residentially and commercially zoned neighbourhoods.
January 31, 2018