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New condo an example of planning process pitfalls

City building is about having a vision and sticking to it, not giving in
August 01, 2012

The bowled and the beautiful

The Spanish certainly know the best ways to combat the heat — siestas, sangria and, of course, cool, refreshing gazpacho. We rounded up the city’s takes on the traditional cold soup and asked star chef Chris McDonald of Cava to tell us which is tops.
August 01, 2012

Maximum Impact

July 25, 2012

A cheeky way to encourage life-saving checkups

Dr. Ian Bookman is trying to save lives by putting a playful spin on a sensitive subject. On Aug. 26, the local resident is hosting the inaugural Bum Run, a fundraiser designed to raise awareness and funds in the fight against colon cancer.
July 25, 2012

Love, loss and getting over it

Toronto author Lynn Crosbie bares all
July 25, 2012

One word that nearly brought down the house, in a bad way

T.O. comedian’s performance in East Jerusalem turns into political hot potato
July 25, 2012

Condo gold rush in midtown continues

Canada Post considers selling historic site near Yonge & Eglinton
July 25, 2012

Big Ben takes America

T.O.’s Ben Mulroney heads to New York City to host Good Morning America
July 25, 2012

Theatre mogul predicts encore, not shutdown

After “hibernation,” Dancap may return to Toronto after all
July 25, 2012

The Flyin’ Hawaiian lands a love that lasts

Argonaut Chad Owens has been with Rena since grade school
July 25, 2012

‘Republic of Rathnelly’ goes cosmopolitan

Quirky neighbourhood wins approval for branded street signs
July 25, 2012

55 & 69 storeys eyed for Green P site in Yorkville

A local city councillor is raising the alarm over an application by development company Minto to plunk two massive condo towers down on a parcel of land in increasingly crowded Yorkville, currently occupied by a nine-level parking building.
July 25, 2012

Renowned southern Ontario research facility to face the axe

The federal government’s plan to shut down the Experimental Lakes Area just doesn’t make sense
July 25, 2012

Roller-coaster ride for T.O.’s historic amusement parks

Looking back at the midways and carousels that once dotted lakeside Toronto. Could Centreville be next?
July 25, 2012

Faceoff: Russell vs. Kidd

Should cash-strapped T.O. consider another bid to host the 2024 Summer Olympics?
July 18, 2012

Too Close to Call: Soap Opera

As car wash season revs up, a unique new take on the old wash-and-wax is getting road-tested in Toronto. Washly.com dispatches its crew directly to its customers to do waterless wipe downs. Meanwhile, one of Toronto’s oldest car washes has the traditional full-service wash down to a science. Who will win the wax-off? You decide.
July 18, 2012

Secret Recipe: Time to veg out

The backyard BBQ can be tricky terrain for vegetarians; here are three sizzling ideas for a meat-free feast
July 11, 2012

And that’s called labour, honey

Word of advice: When the pregnant lady says it is time to go, put away the iPhone!
July 06, 2012

Ontario follows feds with bill that abandons wildlife protection

Proposed Bill 55 affects no less than six major resource laws, including crucial Endangered Species Act
July 04, 2012

Funny man flips for the Fringe

Scene-stealer, and former Red Green star, Patrick McKenna trades spotlight for directing gig in new one-man show
July 04, 2012