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Green spaces growing in midtown

New or improved recreation areas are becoming especially vital with the increasing intensification of midtown Toronto by new condo developments. During the past year, we’ve opened a new playground at Oriole Park, a splash pad and farmers’ market at June Rowlands Park and are working on improvements to the Kay Gardner Beltline, Winston Churchill and Forest Hill Road parks. Perhaps nowhere is this need for more green space more apparent than at Yonge and Eglinton, a provincially mandated growth centre.
January 10, 2013

Protecting access to public space

January 10, 2013

Fast-food feast from the Middle East

Dr. Laffa’s landmark Steeles and Dufferin area eatery serves one of the best shawarmas, thanks to his traditional Iraqi flatbread. The slight downside? Lab results reveal fairly high fat content and sodium levels.
January 09, 2013

Survive and thrive

Five strategies to save your housing hide come 2013
January 09, 2013

Too Close To Call: Barista brew-haha

Stuart ‘the bull dog’ Ross vs. Ezra ‘by the pound’ Braves
January 09, 2013

From SWAT team to small screen

Local police officer Calum de Hartog charms the CBC with his new psychological crime drama, Cracked
January 09, 2013

Enhancing parks in Ward 21

January 04, 2013

Back to his roots

January 03, 2013

Sending your child to camp helps

Anxious parents are able to give up control
January 03, 2013

Brunch City

25 of Toronto’s tastiest reasons to get out of bed — even on a cold weekend in January
January 02, 2013

Rob Ford’s $10 million dance with democracy

Civility, informed debate and respect missing in action in Toronto
January 02, 2013

The simple life

Why live large when you can indulge in small pleasures instead? Here are some cozy condo alternatives in three of Toronto’s best neighbourhoods.
January 02, 2013

If you build it, they will come

Toronto native says all world-class cities have exceptional transit systems in common
January 02, 2013

Educator honoured with prestigious award

Florence Carter recognized for lengthy career and volunteering
January 02, 2013

Monkey business

We ask Toronto Humane Society senior vet, Dr. Karen Ward, about primates as pets and sharks in soup
January 02, 2013

Wacky new Canadian game show tame by modern standards

Why is the only new Comedy Channel show this year a remake of the Match Game?
January 02, 2013

Chocolatier’s mansion granted heritage status

Residents cheer as historic Wells Hill Avenue site is saved
January 02, 2013

Two tall towers could land on Art Shoppe site

49 & 37 storeys considered for crowded Yonge and Eglinton area
January 02, 2013

Beyond Canada Goose

Jeanne Beker wraps up in the season’s cool new crop of stylish yet functional parkas
January 02, 2013

Bringing nature back to the city

Almost three-quarters of southern Ontario wetlands are developed and home to many species at risk
December 19, 2012