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Hockey returns to Goulding Park

January 04, 2013

The host with the most

January 03, 2013

Sending your child to camp helps

Anxious parents are able to give up control
January 03, 2013

Brunch City

25 of Toronto’s tastiest reasons to get out of bed — even on a cold weekend in January
January 02, 2013

Rob Ford’s $10 million dance with democracy

Civility, informed debate and respect missing in action in Toronto
January 02, 2013

Homes slated for former TDSB site

Development on Fairmeadow requires setback variances
January 02, 2013

The simple life

Why live large when you can indulge in small pleasures instead? Here are some cozy condo alternatives in three of Toronto’s best neighbourhoods.
January 02, 2013

If you build it, they will come

Toronto native says all world-class cities have exceptional transit systems in common
January 02, 2013

Special educator funds life-changing scholarship

Veteran teacher Merle Levine reflects on 53-year career
January 02, 2013

Monkey business

We ask Toronto Humane Society senior vet, Dr. Karen Ward, about primates as pets and sharks in soup
January 02, 2013

Wacky new Canadian game show tame by modern standards

Why is the only new Comedy Channel show this year a remake of the Match Game?
January 02, 2013

Takeover leaves future of urban park uncertain

Locals worry new management could put Downsview Park at risk
January 02, 2013

Beyond Canada Goose

Jeanne Beker wraps up in the season’s cool new crop of stylish yet functional parkas
January 02, 2013

Bringing nature back to the city

Almost three-quarters of southern Ontario wetlands are developed and home to many species at risk
December 19, 2012

Sock it to me, baby! A romance full of passion and puppetry

Ed the Sock and his sidekick Red are back, stronger than ever and working on a new show
December 19, 2012

Take stock of these stuffers

The holidays are a time for feasting, but how healthy is our favourite seasonal fare? Lab results reveal that when it comes to latkes and tourtière, we should seize on another theme of the holidays: sharing with friends and family.
December 19, 2012

Movie Review: Meet the Fokkens

Meet the Fokkens plays as a lengthy conversation between two grandmothers, with the salacious exception that these two ladies have a lot of sultry discussions. The questionably titled — yet interesting, and occasionally startling — documentary follows Louise and Martine Fokkens, 70-year-old identical twins who have spent much of their lives working in the red light district of Amsterdam. It opens tonight at The Bloor Hot Docs Cinema.
December 14, 2012

Our national treasure

After two decades of hosting CBC’s The National, Wendy Mesley is still pushing the issues that matter
December 12, 2012

Too Close To Call: Toy soldiers

60 years of toys vs. 24 years of treasures
December 12, 2012

Secret Recipe: Go ahead, indulge

From the first day of December to the new year, we love to eat non-stop! Here are some of my favourite holiday desserts that are sweet, delicious, decadent — yet lighter in calories and fat.
December 05, 2012