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The ultimate party guide to TIFF 2018

The inside scoop on all the hottest soirées in Toronto — from invite-only events to free pop-ups, along with the best spots for celebrity sightings
September 06, 2018

Remembering Rob Stewart at TIFF

The Toronto conservation hero's last film will make its world premiere this month
September 06, 2018

Author Claudia Dey on the release of her new novel

Toronto private school alumna's book 'Heartbreaker' begins in the middle of nowhere
September 06, 2018

Edward Burtynsky’s Anthropocene premieres at TIFF

Toronto artist's work showcased in a feature documentary and new exhibit at the AGO
September 05, 2018

Yorkville restaurants team up with designers for Toronto Fashion Week

Find fashion-inspired food and cocktails in Toronto this week
September 04, 2018

Advice for mayoral candidate Jennifer Keesmaat

Finding a path to victory in Toronto is especially difficult for individuals who have not served as elected officials
September 04, 2018

From a haute romance to a fashionable affair

How the designer behind Toronto fashion label Narces first met and later married her husband and managing director
September 04, 2018

Cat café's treatment of teen with disability leads to human rights complaint

Midtown business argues wheelchairs could harm their cats
August 31, 2018

Iconic midtown video store returns with sequel

Videoflicks will open its doors next week under new ownership
August 31, 2018

Top TIFF 2018 flicks to catch this month

The festival's lineup features star-studded casts, Oscar-winning directors and a haunting phantasmagoria
August 30, 2018

Do first-time candidates stand a chance in the upcoming municipal election?

School board trustee Tiffany Ford is just one contender who could defeat a long-standing incumbent this fall
August 30, 2018

Locals clash over multiple Airbnbs in Toronto neighbourhood

Three properties operated by one owner have cropped up in Hillcrest Village
August 30, 2018

How one private school alumnus became a go-to comedy writer

Steven Shehori on his path from Toronto French School to standup to Macaulay Culkin’s podcast.
August 20, 2018

A massive pop-up park is coming to Yonge and Bloor

The intersection will be car free and green for four hours this weekend.
August 17, 2018

The male, pale and stale Toronto city council

A lack of diversity could be why the big issues just aren’t being addressed.
August 09, 2018

Introducing the world of sex technology in Toronto

Many local and GTA-based companies are at the forefront of this emerging industry.
August 08, 2018

Five exciting shows to catch at the SummerWorks festival this month

Bold multi-disciplinary art will soon come to life on stage in Toronto.
August 08, 2018

How 10 local neighbourhoods got their names

Ever wonder about Summerhill's origin story or Leaside's legacy?
August 07, 2018

Former mayor David Miller on Doug Ford's follies

The political pundit shares his take on the Premier's shakedown of city council and the Jennifer Keesmaat versus John Tory show.
August 03, 2018

A love story that sparked at Dusk Dances

How T.O.’s summer dance festival kicked off a romance between Michael Caldwell and Louis Laberge-Côté
August 03, 2018