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Anti-Semitic and white supremacist stickers and posters shock Hillcrest Village neighbourhood

May 29, 2018

Local Grad: Filmmaker Leah Rifkin on her love of short films

May 29, 2018

Consensual Non-Monogamy — it’s more popular than you think

May 29, 2018

The great indoors

May 25, 2018

Toronto's venerable Cowboy Junkies hit Massey Hall

The Cowboy Junkies have quietly become one of the most important bands to come out of Toronto, and more than three decades deep they continue to turn gorgeously crafted albums that speak of the times in a way that is unique. Their latest, All That Reckoning, proves the band still has a lot to say. But it took some time to get there.
May 24, 2018

The biggest art bash in Toronto turns 20

May 24, 2018

Confessions of a Lawrence Park shopping expert

May 22, 2018

Outdoor spaces that evolve as our families mature

May 18, 2018

Yes, in my backyard

May 17, 2018

Dog attack at Serena Gundy Park leads to arrest

May 16, 2018

Tour de Green Line: A look at the linear park project that could transform midtown neighbourhoods

The Green Line is a proposed linear park system that would run from Lansdowne and Davenport to where Spadina Avenue runs under the CN rail line just north of Dupont. The City of Toronto just hosted a public information meeting on April 23, with nearly 100 people in attendance, to present the draft conceptual master plan for the project, according to Nancy Chatter, senior project coordinator.
May 16, 2018

Our local royal expert on the royal wedding and more

May 16, 2018

TanenbaumChat finds new tenant for next school year

May 15, 2018

The Big Idea: Toronto city council must reflect the community it serves

During the upcoming municipal election, 10 empty seats with no incumbents need filling, providing an opportunity for meaningful change. Here are five perspectives on how to get City Council to accurately reflect the region it represents.
May 15, 2018

Meet Sarah Climenhaga, the Safe Streets Advocate Making Her Bid for Mayor

After decades of advocating for the community, this St. Clair west mom wants to shake things up in the mayor's office
May 14, 2018

Leaside family mourns 10-week-old puppy after dog attack at Serena Gundy Park

May 11, 2018

Local Love: The man behind the BGFG Expo

Buy Good Feel Good Expo founder Rafik Riad on how millennials are leading the way for social and environmental change in retail
May 11, 2018

Long-planned Bessarion Community Centre gets major funding

May 11, 2018

SCTV reunion takes shape

With a live event on May 13 at the Elgin Theatre and a Netflix reunion special directed by Martin Scorsese in the works, SCTV alum and Toronto native Dave Thomas spoke with Post City about the history of the iconic show and being a lifelong McKenzie brother.
May 11, 2018

Surf culture is erupting in T.O., far from the ocean

May 10, 2018