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Ticks, mosquitoes and fleas are expanding in Canada

July 05, 2018

Sex ed for grown-ups — what you should know

July 05, 2018

Toronto Fringe Festival preview: Shows on boats, improv, and a pair of clowns

July 04, 2018

A celebrity guide to getting out of Hogtown

July 04, 2018

Yonge-Eg tenants to get $2 mil settlement

July 03, 2018

Laneway houses could be coming to midtown

June 26, 2018

Heritage status may stop four-storey Rosedale condo

June 26, 2018

Tap, beats and the importance of tradition

Savion Glover will be performing alongside exciting young drummer Marcus Gilmore on June 26 at Koerner Hall as part of the Toronto Jazz Festival. The two engaging and energetic artists play off one another, creating an instrumental dialogue that is beyond compare.
June 26, 2018

Pussy Riot artist in T.O. for Luminato

Maria Alyokhina of the Russian punk art collective Pussy Riot performs in Burning Doors at the Luminato Festival
June 21, 2018

A beginner’s guide to the naturist movement

June 21, 2018

Why cities can't keep growing

June 20, 2018

Joe’s annual homecoming

June 19, 2018

Runner calls on Leaside and area residents to stop trashing the Don Valley

Toronto runner Lawrence Warriner is fighting back against the mounting trash problem in Don Valley near Leaside and Crothers Woods
June 15, 2018

Finding Lights at the end of the tunnel

June 14, 2018

Laugh all the way to the Banksy

June 12, 2018

Suburban shelter a band-aid solution

The Civitan Ice Rink on Don Mills Road, just south of Lawrence, will be the location of this temporary facility. It will close down in September so hockey can continue there. Some 120 cots will be placed on the ice pad, much like a small refugee camp.
June 12, 2018

Amy Foster on her journey from songwriter to author

June 11, 2018

Locals protest massive Bloor-Dufferin proposal

June 07, 2018

Four towers proposed for Prince hotel site

June 07, 2018

City begins crackdown on fraternity houses

June 06, 2018