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Will Midtown dispensaries disappear after legalization, or just go underground?

Later this year, Canada will formally legalize cannabis across the country, making the future unclear for dispensaries.
April 10, 2018

#AfterMeToo report proposes nine recommendations to wipe out sexual assault

Individuals behind the #AfterMeToo initiative released a report outlining nine recommendations to wipe out sexual assault and abuse within the entertainment industry.
April 10, 2018

Does Markham need a bike share program?

Due to a number of unsolicited bike share program proposals that Markham City Council has received over the last year, a feasibility study has been commissioned by Markham’s transportation department to see if a bike-sharing program could work in the municipality.
April 09, 2018

3 spring gardening trends with Toronto Botanical Garden's Paul Zammit

We chat with Paul Zammit, the Nancy Eaton director of horticulture at the Toronto Botanical Garden to get the inside scoop on 2018’s gardening trends.
April 09, 2018

The 2018 Real Estate Roundtable: What does the future hold for Toronto's housing market?

This spring, 12 of the city’s most prominent and opinionated real estate experts gathered in a boardroom at the prestigious Granite Club in North Toronto for a spirited exchange on the state of Toronto’s real estate market.
April 09, 2018

Too Close to Call: Beast York vs. Scarboro

T.O. is awash in urban streetwear, and the suburbs are repping their own ’hoods as a hot Scarborough brand takes on a feisty East York label .
April 08, 2018

Entire Richmond Hill residential block appealed to the OMB

After the OMB rejected the application at 9825 Yonge St., the owners at 9839 Yonge St. appealed their own application to the OMB.
April 06, 2018

Shenae Grimes-Beech on Acting, Blogging, and Growing Up Degrassi

Shenae Grimes-Beech is returning to the small screen in The Detail: CTV’s new female-driven police drama, premiering March 25.
April 06, 2018

An American In Paris is a nostalgic and romantic musical for the entire family

An American in Paris has a long history dating back to a George Gershwin orchestral composition in 1928 and made famous by the incomparable Gene Kelly in the 1951 musical film.
April 05, 2018

Minister of Silly Walks, John Cleese, pays Toronto a visit this month

On April 9, Cleese is making a Toronto appearance to share his stories and humorous insights gleaned from a life in comedy.
April 05, 2018

Buzz-heavy throwback band Frigs finally look poised to hit the big time

Frigs album, Basic Behaviour, was released earlier this year.
April 04, 2018

Cross-country athlete Martha MacDonald on joining Team Canada

Georgetown University runner Martha MacDonald is a member of Team Canada’s junior cross-country team and clinched a bronze medal in El Salvador earlier this year.
April 03, 2018

How They Met: No drama for theatrical duo Hannah Moscovitch and Christian Barry's wedding

Hannah Moscovitch, who wrote 'What a Young Wife Ought to Know,' met fellow thespian Christian Barry while working at the Tarragon Theatre.
April 03, 2018

Midtown teenagers targetted in a series of "swarming-style" robberies at Yonge and Eglinton

The midtown community is on full alert after a dramatic rise in swarming robberies in the Yonge and Eglinton area as young teenagers have been confronted by large groups and robbed, some at knifepoint.
April 02, 2018

5 historic Toronto events from Aprils of years past

We rounded up five highlights from the past 160 Aprils.
April 02, 2018

Jeremy Dutcher goes back to his Indigenous roots on masterful debut album

On his debut album, Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, Jeremy Dutcher takes archival recordings of traditional Wolastoq songs and creates new music.
April 02, 2018

Toronto resident launches cannabis delivery service Duber

Toronto resident Saul Silver launched Duber, a new app that allows cannabis users to order their legal marijuana products and have them delivered by former Uber drivers.
March 31, 2018

Anti-fur protestors rally against Drake and his Canada Goose partnership

Drake recently found himself on the wrong side of PETA because of his partnership with Canada Goose, the popular outerwear company that uses goose down and coyote fur.
March 29, 2018

Roundtable teaser: 12 of T.O.’s top real estate pros on how they bought their first homes

Post City's 2018 Real Estate Roundtable panellists on buying their first home and how much they paid for them.
March 29, 2018

Toronto in 10 Clicks: El Mocambo gets a $10 million facelift, Peter Munk dies, vegan protest backfires and more

Everything you need to know about what's happening in Toronto.
March 28, 2018