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Happy campers

Jocelyn Palm has devoted her life to helping women thrive.
March 03, 2014

Celebrating North York public art

Many of us are creatures of habit and often don’t notice the beauty on our streets and buildings, but public works of art are important aspects of our community. They bring people together, instill pride, improve our neighbourhoods and provide a sense of belonging.
March 03, 2014

Avenue Road wing king withdraws Ford support

Bistro on Avenue founder and the “Louis” of St. Louis Wings Louis Nemes has removed the Rob Ford articles and memorabilia from his well-known restaurant. In 2010, Nemes was an influencial voice in the small business community when he endorsed the embattled mayor during his campaign.
March 03, 2014

What’s in store in Bathurst Manor

March 03, 2014

Councillor and local optometrist at odds

Dr. Stan Salsberg believes councillor should support responsible growth
March 03, 2014

High-rise heroine

Bayview resident helped neighbours stay warm during the ice storm
March 03, 2014

Ecks and the City: A pampering fit for a czarina

To get into the spirit of the Sochi games, I decided to try the famous Banya experience, then got beaten. With leaves.
February 07, 2014

Mid-rise revolution hits Avenue Road

Plus, local culinary landmark to relocate from site in early 2015.
February 03, 2014

Do townhouses belong on Bayview?

Failure of Alexandria development has neighbourhood guessing.
February 03, 2014

44,000 sq. foot outdoor store closer to approval

Sheppard area residents express concerns over traffic.
February 03, 2014

Residents have had enough of Yonge & 401 traffic delays

For many years, residents in the area of Yonge Street and Highway 401 have been hoping for a way to ease congestion coming on and off of the highway.
February 03, 2014

Developers pushing the envelope

The excessive amount of development allowed by the city’s planning rules is already jamming our roads, crowding our subways and straining the capacity of our schools. That should be bad enough!
February 03, 2014

Protecting North Toronto’s parks

At the beginning of February, a new committee will begin its work at city hall that will be of particular interest to Ward 16 residents.
February 03, 2014

Fighting to save Yonge and Sheppard theatre

After a failed attempt to sell, arts centre considers other options.
January 07, 2014

Protecting Toronto’s heritage

The story of our city is often told through our buildings. Design, function and form reveal the trends of an era and the priorities of its citizens, architects and city planners. Preserving this heritage strengthens our community ties, provides a point of interest for our neighbourhoods and improves our property values.
January 07, 2014

Developers to give Downsview a makeover

Residents express anxiety over potential loss of parkland.
January 07, 2014

York Mills development rejected

Liberty Development Corporation’s plans to expand their plaza at York Mills Road and Leslie Street were officially shot down by Toronto City Council Dec. 16 after a long battle.
January 07, 2014

Line 9 decision expected this year

A final decision is expected on the controversial proposal to reverse the flow and increase the capacity of a 639-kilometre stretch of Enbridge’s Line 9 this year. If approved, the reversal would allow Enbridge to pump diluted bitumen from the Alberta tarsands to the east.
January 07, 2014

Grocery goodness

Investment banker helps families get ahead of their bills.
January 07, 2014

North York comes together

Toronto is known around the world for its cultural expression. But our strength lies not simply in our diversity, but in the degree to which communities work together to build our city.
January 07, 2014