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University of Toronto reveals new plan for historic McLaughlin Planetarium

From Laser Floyd rock shows to a nine-storey build with a recital hall

Is Toronto’s dating scene inherently racist?

How partner preferences have become a veil for discrimination, both online and off
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University of Toronto reveals new plan for historic McLaughlin Planetarium

From Laser Floyd rock shows to a nine-storey build with a recital hall

Is Toronto’s dating scene inherently racist?

How partner preferences have become a veil for discrimination, both online and off

Toronto shines its culinary spotlight on Peruvian fare

Chef Elias Salazar proves this classic cuisine is more than just ceviches and steaks

Mayor Tory talks Toronto's homelessness crisis

Following a critical editorial on his handling of the issue, Mayor John Tory contacted Post City, interested in setting the record straight

Chef Mark McEwan tries Toronto's best key lime pies

Seven slices that are sure to tempt your tastebuds this March break

North York's Columbus Centre designated heritage

New status could end redevelopment squabble

Yorkville may be getting its first legal cannabis store

Location on swanky Cumberland strip has some raising eyebrows

A guide to 6 uptown marijuana dispensaries

The federal Liberal government plans to introduce legislation legalizing marijuana in early 2017. By now, locals have seen their share of grey market dispensaries open across Toronto. Post City anonymously visited six to see how easy it is to buy pot north of Bloor.

Roughly 100 Eglinton businesses shuttered in Toronto

Crosstown construction has taken its toll: will the city or province step up?

Toronto neighbourhood leads demand for review of snow clearing services

Protocol questioned after hundreds of complaints pour in from across the city

Toronto's 10-year challenge: housing prices

A spin on a viral meme proves the city's real estate market has seen plenty of price increases over the past decade

City eyes North York for affordable housing

Council seeks to build mixed income community near Leslie and Sheppard

New boba shop spills the (nitro) tea in North York

Plus a cosy new neighbourhood brunch place opens up in Richmond Hill

Finally, a roadmap for policing

Report could moderate police budget now over $1 billion a year

Court decision means more public oversight into Mt. Pleasant cemeteries

Superior Court questions the legitimacy of appointed board of directors

The modern librarian is equal parts caregiver, local hero and geek squad member

We hit the library and end up learning a new craft, listening to a bedtime story and experiencing cutting-edge new technology absolutely free

Cardinal’s Jessica Rose on acting’s ups and downs

Earl Haig Secondary School alumna overcame her fear of rejection at an early age

Taste Test: Toronto's best Kung Pao chicken

Chefs Mark McEwan and Missy Hui try the city's top take on a Chinese classic

Toronto’s couch potatoes

Dufferin Grove photographer captures Torontonians at home

Hot new restaurants opening in Toronto this month

Arthur’s has finally arrived in midtown and St. Clair gets a new Playa Cabana

Behind the smiles of Toronto's happiest people

The life-affirming, winter-surviving, frown-turning secrets of 10 of the city's happiest people

A Toronto love story both onstage and off

The star couple of Mary’s Wedding, Kate Ross and Fraser Elsdon, share how they met

Tora serves upscale sushi by conveyor belt at Yorkdale

Team behind Miku takes their aburi sushi for a ride on a tableside track

Ontario's subway uploading could lead to building boom at TTC stations

Bus lands at Yonge and Eglinton as well as Davisville station could be in play

This Valentine’s Day it’s personal

Fashion expert Jeanne Beker picks her favourite personalized items

Locals launch campaign against unequal snow clearing services in Toronto

Deer Park group argues area is underserved compared to Forest Hill and Willowdale

Toronto street nurse Cathy Crowe on the homelessness crisis

There are 8,700 homeless people across the city, with two deaths per week on our streets this winter. According to Mayor John Tory, this isn’t a crisis worthy of declaring an emergency. If not, what is?

Our guide to Toronto's Winterlicious favourites by neighbourhood

Mouthwatering menus from North York to the Financial District

Inside Toronto's big new steak houses

The big smoke now boasts two more pedigreed grill masters

Climate change deniers go far beyond the evils of tobacco companies

Smoking kills people, but climate change could kill civilization