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Developer pledges to work with community on 42-storey condo plan at Yonge & St. Clair

Terracap developers were told to go back to the drawing board last month after Toronto and East York Community Council rejected their proposal for a 42-storey building near the southeast corner at Yonge and St. Clair.
November 20, 2015

Angry residents oppose new condo in Lower Village

A community consultation meeting on Oct. 20 in Forest Hill saw approximately 100 angry residents voice their concerns about a nine-storey building proposed in the heart of the Lower Village.
November 18, 2015

Local starlet Madison Ferguson talks personality, pranks and her role on the Stanley Dynamic

YTV’s The Stanley Dynamic is a live-action, multi-cam sitcom about a family who happens to have an animated son named Luke. Despite the fact that Luke is a cartoon, life around him functions as normal, and people don’t treat him any differently. Local rising star Madison Ferguson plays the role of Lori Stanley, Luke’s younger sister.
November 16, 2015

Annex house prices soar with new developments ushering in change

With house prices and condo development booming in the Annex, the local character and heritage facades are under the microscope.
November 16, 2015

Comic Stripped: New doc, Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead, takes T.O.’s Lorne Michaels to the comedy woodshed

New doc takes T.O.’s Lorne Michaels to the comedy woodshed
November 13, 2015

Work Out with Monika: Coach J gets Monika Schnarre to give a group workout class a shot

Monika participates in the group class at Coach J’s studio in Vaughn.
November 13, 2015

North Yorkers aim to raise $1 mil for mental health facility in teen’s memory with The Maddie Project

14-year-old Madeline's parents, Nicole German and Chris Coulter, spearheaded a community initiative called the Maddie Project to promote awareness and support other local adolescents suffering from depression.
November 10, 2015

Adrienne Arsenault on reporting from Liberia, winning an Emmy and her Toronto roots

Arsenault, along with producer Stephanie Jenzer and videographer and editor Jean-Francois Bisson, spent a week in Liberia while the crisis was raging, the only Canadian broadcast team to do so.
November 10, 2015

Strip Mall Gourmet: Try Super Hakka for fiery food with Indian and Chinese flavours

Super Hakka, in Scarborough on Lawrence East, has a menu that focuses on the Indian and Caribbean interpretations of Hakka food.
November 09, 2015

How Mark McEwan sold 45% of his business to “Canada’s Warren Buffet”

Mark McEwan opted to sell a big percentage of his company, including One, North 44, Bymark, Fabbrica and his grocery stores to Prem Watsa's Fairfax Financial.
November 06, 2015

How They Met: Persistence, a proposal and two pups later for Daniel and Taylor Winnik

The love story behind Leafs player Daniel Winnik and Hockey Wives star Taylor Winnik
November 06, 2015

Dream Homes: Forest Hill mansion hits market for first time in 25 years

Forest Hill mansion on Warren Rd. was originally built in early 1900s and is on offer for $8.9 million.
November 05, 2015

Young writer, Emily Mandel, knocks off Canlit icons to win Toronto Book Award

Emily Mandel’s award-winning novel Station Eleven defies conventions. The book chronicles the lives of a travelling troupe 20 years after a pandemic has wiped out most of Earth’s population.
November 05, 2015

Cedarvale residents paint over 40 garage murals as a deterrent to incessant graffiti

Cedarvale residents, led by Elly Dowson and Christine Liber paint over 40 garage murals as a deterrent to incessant graffiti.
November 05, 2015

Restaurant Review: Canoe, at 20, is a magical mystery tour of Canadiana

Oliver & Bonacini has morphed the menu at Canoe into a magical mystery tour of modern Canadiana, from mountain cranberries to balsam fir crème fraîche, and the kitchen has stepped up and raised the bar.
November 05, 2015

North York Community Council to oppose a townhouse development proposal near Yonge and Eglinton

North York Community Council has come down on the side of local residents after voting unanimously to oppose a townhouse development proposal near Yonge and Eglinton, currently heading to the Ontario Municipal Board [OMB].
November 04, 2015

Real Estate: From the stone gates to the view of the Humber, our guide to Baby Point

Baby Point is an established area with traditional sensibilities. Whether it’s cycling or jogging, there’s no excuse not to do some exercise, while surrounded by picturesque, winding streets; hilly terrain; and the rambling ravine. Oh, and longtime residents will have you know the neighbourhood is pronounced “Bobby Point.”
November 03, 2015

City Hacks: Where to play with ponies or just play the ponies

Running from Nov. 6 to 15, the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair is a highlight in any hippophile’s calendar. Its Horse Show boasts events all day, every day of the fair, from breed showcases to races to jumping championships.
November 03, 2015

Kitchen Confidential: Sweet Jesus brings in the acolytes but how do their desserts stand up to a lab test?

Sweet Jesus’s cool treats are lineup inducing, but how does their PBC soft-serve stand up to a lab test? And how does it compare to Rose Reisman's Yogurt-brownie cakes?
November 03, 2015

Latest album by Lakes of Canada was inspired by Margaret Atwood’s Handmaid’s Tale

In 2010 Lakes of Canada’s singer/guitarist Jake Smith dealt with an unimaginable tragedy when his mother Kathleen was murdered in her home. Yet while sifting through her possessions, Smith found a copy of Margaret Atwood’s iconic dystopian novel The Handmaid’s Tale. The landmark book fuelled the genre-bending band’s latest concept album, Transgressions, released Oct. 16.
November 02, 2015