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Sami Sharif is one of Toronto’s advanced care paramedics participating in potentially life-saving study

Midtown paramedic speaks on his work with the ICE-PACS study and its benefits
July 30, 2015

Stintz on Midtown: New pedestrian crossing and wider sidewalks needed at Yonge and Eglinton?

Whether walking the dog, getting an ice cream cone or just strolling down Yonge Street, it seems that the sidewalks around Yonge and Eglinton are busier than ever.
July 29, 2015

Dr. Jess: Absence makes the heart grow fonder and may be the secret to a happy marriage

Absence makes the heart grow fonder and may also be the secret to a happy marriage.
July 28, 2015

Potential Ontario teachers strike could delay back-to-school for some students

Potential strike has parents considering alternatives
July 28, 2015

Kathy Buckworth has your kids' summer skills hacks

Eight ways to keep the kids reading and writing while they’re off from school
July 27, 2015

Residents and councillor concerned about 22 townhomes proposed on Lawrence

A development proposal for three residential lots in Lawrence Park has residents and councillor concerned
July 23, 2015

City councillors set sights on changing 50 km/h limits in the fall

In 2012, a report by the City of Toronto’s medical officer of health noted that pedestrians have an estimated 85 per cent chance of dying when hit by a car travelling at 50 kilometres per hour (km/h),
July 22, 2015

Issues raised by Uber far greater than just a ride

Thank your lucky stars you aren’t a member of city council trying to sort how the taxi industry and Uber will work together. Mayor John Tory says it will be done in the next two months but few believe that he’s a miracle worker.
July 21, 2015

Grammy winner Buckwheat Zydeco plays Hugh’s Room this week

Over the past four decades and counting, Stanley Dural Jr., a.k.a. Buckwheat Zydeco, has been playing the accordion and bringing his energetic and joyous style of zydeco music to the masses. He’s won Grammy Awards and has recorded with everyone from Robert Plant to Willie Nelson, but his idea of true happiness is bringing smiles to the faces of those in his audience, the people he calls his “family.”
July 20, 2015

Potential expansion of the iconic Village of Yorkville Park, and car-free zone possible

Potential expansion of the iconic Village of Yorkville Park, and car-free zone possible.
July 17, 2015

Canine resort near the airport offers luxury poolside suites for your four-legged friend

Park9 is to dogs what the Four Seasons is to people. The 14,000-square-foot “canine resort” offers luxury suites and even poolside suites for your four-legged friend.
July 15, 2015

How to create a cosy and functional outdoor oasis for your next patio party

When it comes to creating an outdoor oasis, plan your design scheme ahead of time and incorporate pieces that suit all weather conditions.
July 15, 2015

Toronto native and Sea Shepherd Society founder Paul Watson unable to return to Canada due to confiscated passport

Sea Shepherd Society founder Paul Watson, the Toronto native starring in Whale Wars, no longer has a Canadian passport and can’t come back
July 15, 2015

Seven buildings proposed for Leaside raise concern

Scale of planned community spanning two hectares on Eglinton Avenue concerns residents.
July 14, 2015

Volunteers with Toronto Trailblazers lead the blind on tandem bicycles across the GTA

Alan Morrison, a 71-year-old Summerhill resident, takes members out on the tandem as often as possible, since he first spotted the Toronto Trailblazers’s booth at a bicycle show several years ago.
July 14, 2015

How They Met: Arlene and Buck Martinez were married 40 all-star breaks ago

Blue Jays play-by-play announcer proposed at swan boats then married during all-star break.
July 13, 2015

National Ballet dancers performing Venom as part of Panamania

Although the Pan Am Games focuses on sporting displays of athleticism, the arts and entertainment program, dubbed Panamania, features equally world-class performances, including dancer Greta Hodgkinson, who will be showing off her athleticism in a daring dance number called Venom, set to the music of Maurice Ravel’s Bolero.
July 10, 2015

Monika Schnarre checks out fluid yoga with WSUP Toronto

Monika flaunts her flexibility with a refreshing yoga workout while paddle boarding on Lake Ontario with WSUP Toronto.
July 09, 2015

Art collector Ron Rivlin to display largest private Andy Warhol collection at popup shop in Yorkville

Ron Rivlin has only been an art collector and gallery owner for a few short years. But he’s already got one of the largest private Andy Warhol collections on the planet, and he is showing off most of it at a pop-up version of his Los Angeles–based Revolver Gallery, opening this month in Yorkville.
July 08, 2015

From upscale sex clubs to erotic theme parties, Dr. Jess on Toronto's diverse sex businesses

Diversity and positive attitudes are allowing sex businesses to thrive in Toronto
July 08, 2015