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Dream Homes: Character versus style as condo alternatives

When looking for a tidy living space, something without acreage, the usual route is a shiny new condo. But what about a unique condo alternative such as a row house? What they lack in five-star amenities could be made up in character and location.
September 11, 2017

Bloor businesses disagree on bike lanes

The outcome of the bike lanes pilot project on Bloor Street is just around the bend, as city officials prepare to vote on their permanent installation this fall. However, the year-long pilot has been a bumpy ride, with residents and businesses on both sides of the debate.
September 11, 2017

What do two derailments a year apart mean for development along the Dupont rail corridor?

Last year, a CP Rail train derailed and spilled 3,000 litres of fuel in an area pegged by developers as the city’s next big condo corridor.
September 11, 2017

258 properties in Midtown up for heritage listing

Local residents and city staff have felt blindsided time and time again as century-old buildings are bulldozed to the ground without ample notice. Now, City of Toronto, Heritage Preservation Services (HPS) has put a whopping 258 properties up for listing on the city’s heritage register — the most ambitious undertaking to date — and they’re not done.
September 11, 2017

Fashion meets feminism at company started by four Toronto high school students

Four friends at Havergal College decided they wanted to live in a world where every woman feels empowered, valued and important. So over their summer break the girls — Laura David, Lara Ground, Jordan Murrell and Alara Karahan — started She Clothing Co.
September 11, 2017

Ron Hawkins and the Lowest of the Low return with new album hit Danforth Music Hall this weekend

Lowest of the Low is back with a new album called Do The Right Now, and a big show at the Danforth Music Hall on Sept. 9. Post City spoke with Hawkins about the new album, out today, and looking back on his storied career.
September 08, 2017

Sarah Richardson has a new show

TV host Sarah Richardson and her family are building an off-the-power-grid home.
September 08, 2017

Looking Back: The time when Vinsanity changed it all

Drake-produced documentary traces a line from Vince Carter to rise of basketball in Canada
September 07, 2017

Outreach programs open the door to Toronto private schools

Program assistance connects bright students to educational opportunity
September 07, 2017

At the Bar: Revenge in a glass from Figures in Yorkville

Our pick is the villainous Maleficent ($19). Using the Angelina Jolie flick as inspiration, this inky black concoction conjures up revenge in a glass.
September 07, 2017

Toronto’s Ellen Wong named a TIFF rising star

From roughing it up in a wrestling ring in Netflix’s comedy series GLOW to swinging across a rock venue stage wielding a pair of knives in the 2010 hit (and love letter to Toronto’s indie rock scene) Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Ellen Wong is no stranger to subverting stereotypes. The Toronto actress is part of this year’s cohort of TIFF’s Rising Stars program, a professional development program that identifies and fosters Canada’s brightest emerging talent and includes alums such as Tatiana Maslany, Stephan James and Sarah Gadon.
September 07, 2017

Baby got Akira Back!

September 06, 2017

Real Estate Roundtable Update: Where will the market head after this summer’s slump?

Our panel of experts share their predictions for the fall market and weigh in on why some pockets of Midtown remain white-hot while other areas, such as York Mills, have seen a noticeable decline in sales
September 05, 2017

10 can’t-miss picks for the 2017 edition of TIFF

The Toronto International Film Festival has reduced the number of programmed movies by 20 per cent from previous years, but it still includes 339 films to feast your eyes on. With 27,438 minutes of celluloid from 83 countries being projected on screens, there will be something for everyone.
September 05, 2017

Stintz on Midtown: Explosion of tennis players has demand peaking at semi-private Toronto clubs

This year Rogers Cup was particularly exciting when Richmond Hill native Denis Shapovalov upset the tennis world by beating Rafael Nadal to advance to the quarter finals. Cue a youth movement at local clubs. The trouble is that there is no room.
September 05, 2017

Teen wolf Quinn Ngawati ready to bring rugby to the masses

Toronto Wolfpack’s youngest pup, Quinn Ngawati, on why he chose rugby over hockey.
September 01, 2017

Owner of Leaside day camp arrested

A 32-year-old man who owns and operates Afterfour day camp near Bayview Avenue and Moore Avenue is facing charges relating to an online child pornography investigation.
September 01, 2017

Post Interview: Talking minimum wage, marijuana and more with Premier Wynne

New initiatives show Premier Kathleen Wynne is ready to buck the conservatism trend with policies that appeal or pander to the province’s social activist base — especially in big cities like T.O. — with policies not unlike those of the NDP.
September 01, 2017

Glen Road stop sign divides Rosedale

August 31, 2017

Lucian Matis on his upcoming show at Toronto Fashion Week

August 31, 2017