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MLS access issue pits privacy against competition

Real estate board continues long battle over information sharing
October 09, 2015

Stintz on Midtown: Development threatening to max out midtown schools and community services

A growing population means sky-high demand and no space in programs
October 09, 2015

Taste Test: Top turkey meals for Thanksgiving

In the hope that this year might be a vacation for all, we got chef Grant van Gameren to help us pick the best option for a prepared Thanksgiving meal. All prices listed are per person and include sides.
October 08, 2015

Federal Election 2015: Which leader is best for Toronto?

The road to 24 Sussex runs through this city
October 05, 2015

Real Estate: $3.5-mil for a Rosedale address with a main floor built for entertaining

A classic Rosedale exterior meets a modern, overhauled interior at 166 Douglas Drive.
October 05, 2015

Post Interview: Nick Kypreos helps us forecast the Maple Leafs’ upcoming season

Checking in with the city’s top hockey man, Nick Kypreos, on the eve of another NHL season with the Leafs poised to possibly not be the worst team
October 05, 2015

Theatre: The stage is set for a new season in Toronto

The return of a haunting production and a twisted holiday special are just two shows that have us ready to hit the aisles
October 02, 2015

Comic Stripped: Mark Breslin has the back story on Nicole Arbour, the fat-shaming comic

Torontonian Nicole Arbour’s online rant about overweight people landed her an appearance on TV show ‘The View’.
October 02, 2015

Could the Gardiner be converted to Toronto’s version of NYC’s High Line park?

The plight of the much-maligned Gardiner Expressway has given rise to thoughts of converting our own cement block behemoth to a linear park snaking its way through town. At a Sept. 21 meeting of Toronto City Council’s executive committee, an idea for a linear park was pitched by architecture firm Brook McIlroy along with a slew of options for reconfiguring the Gardiner in the years to come.
October 01, 2015

How does the Blue Jays’ 2015 lineup compare to the boys from WAMCO?

The Blue Jays are the best hitting team in the Major Leagues but can they match up against the vaunted 1993 World Series–winning lineup? We hope so.
October 01, 2015

Margaret Atwood on her latest novel (complete with headless chickens)

Iconic Canadian wordsmith and longtime Annex resident, Margaret Atwood, is offering us another peek at our possible destiny in The Heart Goes Last, which officially hits the shelves on September 29.
September 30, 2015

Kitchen Confidential: We send Cibo’s gnocchi to the lab and put it up against Rose Reisman’s take

New Yonge ’n’ Eg hot spot Cibo Wine Bar turns out a dish that is rich in flavour — and calories
September 29, 2015

Magician Nick Wallace invites us behind the curtain to chat about Séance

Looking for the perfect evening to kick-start the spooky season in Toronto this month? Magician Nick Wallace’s theatrical production, Séance, on now at Theatre Passe Muraille until October 11, might be ideal. We tracked down the baby-faced illusionist to get the scoop on the show.
September 29, 2015

City Hacks: Where to turn when nature calls in the city

Our expert guide to the best public washrooms to pop into when you're out and about and nature calls.
September 24, 2015

Daily Planet: Ontario’s Greenbelt more effective than you might think, David Suzuki has number to prove it

A major outcome of the growth plan and the Greenbelt has been in protecting farmland from development and revitalizing southern Ontario’s agricultural industry. The Greenbelt alone, comprising just over 20 per cent of the region, generates more than $9 billion in annual revenue to local economies, producing a bounty of fruits and vegetables, beef, pork, dairy, honey and award-winning wines.
September 24, 2015

Toronto cryotherapy clinic offers health-boosting treatment sessions that freeze skin at 160 below zero

The cryotherapy cabin emits a dry, cold mist that results in a dramatic yet brief reduction in body temperature.
September 23, 2015

Drawing inspiration from three of the city’s coolest restaurants for your home

Design inspiration can come from a variety of places, and what better place to get inspired for a kitchen renovation than from your favourite restaurant.
September 23, 2015

Comic Stripped: Mark Breslin picks six acts for you to see at Just for Laughs

Trevor Noah should be a popular ticket, along with the filthy fun of Gilbert Gottfried
September 22, 2015

Best of Toronto: Where to find the best poutine, Canada’s iconic snack

The poutine craze is raging across Toronto, with poutineries and recipe variations popping up across the city. We consulted with food writers and poutine lovers, and we’ve selected our favourite spots where you can get your poutine fix in Toronto. Some spots are well-known; others may surprise you.
September 22, 2015

Shop Crawl: Lavish and luxurious finds in Liberty Village

For this month’s specialized shopping we head to Liberty Village and find three boutiques, all in the Liberty Market Building, worth recommending.
September 21, 2015