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Stintz on Midtown: Condo crunch heads uptown

A controversial new development proposed at a north Toronto site backing onto a park has neighbours organizing and ready for a fight.
February 14, 2018

3 risk-taking Torontonians who followed their dreams around the world

We all dream of dropping everything to pursue our passions. As part of our Daring Series, Post City chatted to the Torontonians who actually did. Find out why they think you should too #PostCityDaring.
February 13, 2018

Richmond Hill Town Council split on future of William Neal House

Over the past six years, the William Neal House has seen several different owners, at least two demolition applications and a flood remediation. Now a new application to demolish the home, known as the William Neal House, was submitted on Nov. 14, 2017 by the current owner, the Mansouri Group, which intends to build a Chrysler dealership on the subject lands.
February 12, 2018

Too Close to Call: Mardi Gras unmasked

From Southern Accent’s Cajun cooking to Swamperella’s foot-stomping zydeco rhythms, the spirit of New Orleans is alive and well in T.O. But who really keeps the Cajun party cookin’?
February 12, 2018

More than 200 residents pack meeting for massive Bayview Village redevelopment master plan

Concerns about traffic, density and a strain on existing infrastructure were top of mind for Bayview residents who attended the first formal community consultation meetings held last month to introduce the public to expansion plans for Bayview Village shopping centre.
February 12, 2018

Participation at seven city golf courses down 15 per cent

A report by City of Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation found that participation is down and revenue generated is less than operation costs.
February 09, 2018

3 Toronto women who dropped everything to pursue their passions

As part of our Daring Series, we chat to three brave women who were inspired to pursue their passions.
February 09, 2018

Thornhiller charged in data breach

A Thornhill resident has been charged and has appeared in court, in connection with the sale of a large number of personal online identities and passwords, as part of a criminal investigation led by Royal Canadian Mounted Police’s (RCMP) National Division Cybercrime Investigative Team, with help from the Dutch National Police Corps and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
February 08, 2018

From drama class to lead singer-guitarist of PUP

Stefan Babcock, lead singer and guitarist of punk-rock band PUP, began his high school career just like everyone else — trying to get out of math class. In fact, he auditioned for Earl Haig Secondary’s drama program just to cut down his time in math and science by focusing on the arts.
February 08, 2018

New Year stamps feature local artist

In February, there are a number of events that reflect Canada’s diversity, such as Black History Month and the Lunar New Year, celebrated by the Chinese, Korean and Vietnamese communities. This is the Year of the Dog, and the celebrations continue for 15 days from the start of the lunar new year on Feb. 16.
February 08, 2018

A good caper and a day at the races

Toronto actor Nicholas Campbell’s fave reads. He appears in the Canadian premiere of Jez Butterworth’s play Jerusalem, onstage Feb. 13 at Toronto’s Crow’s Theatre.
February 08, 2018

Daring Series: The biking busker

Antonio Piretti quit the consulting life for music and a cross-Canada cycling tour.
February 08, 2018

$51.1 million REimagining Yonge project has been delayed again

REimagine Yonge, the $51.1 million streetscape redevelopment plan will have to wait at least one more month before Toronto City Council reaches a decision on whether to move it forward.
February 07, 2018

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