Broadview Avenue

The history of the circa-1914 home of the United Drug Company at 68 Broadview in Riverside will be commemorated with a heritage plaque on Saturday, July 12. The building that once housed the United Drug Company, which was later purchased by Rexall, is now home to the 154-unit, seven storey Broadview Lofts.

Former home of United Drug Company to be honoured with heritage plaque

Heritage Toronto is hosting a heritage plaque presentation in honour of the former home of the United Drug Company in Riverside Saturday,...

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Summer Open Studio

Photographer David Gow is one of six artists/artisans set to showcase and sell their works of art at the inaugural Summer Open Studio at 1 Glenmount Park Rd.

Summer Open Studio set for this weekend

Six artists are set to showcase and sell their unique art at this weekend’s inaugural Summer Open Studio. The free event will be held...

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World Cup

Anderson Rodrigues joins the celebration on College Street of Brazil's World Cup win over Chile in the Round of 16. Brazil beat Colombia in the Friday, July 4, quarterfinal 2-1 and will now face Germany in the semifinals on Tuesday, July 8.

WORLD CUP: CIBC Soccer Nation in Toronto for semifinals, finals

Soccer excitement continues to build in Toronto as the World Cup in Brazil is now down to its last four teams with semifinal matches set...

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Heatwave Volleyball

People participate in the Heatwave for SickKids tournament, an annual volleyball fundraiser. This year includes a four-on-four beach soccer tournament as well.

Thousands set to hit the Beach this weekend for SickKids

The 20th annual Heatwave for SickKids tournament will be held Saturday, July 12 and Sunday, July 13 at Ashbridges Bay Park/Woodbine Beach....

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Flatiron building

Toronto's Flatiron building is among a number of stops in a downtown walking tour hosted by Heritage Toronto called Creating Toronto: the Story of the City in Ten Stops.

Ten Toronto stories in 10 stops

Heritage Toronto is launching a new walking tour this summer called Creating Toronto: the Story of the City in Ten Stops. Every Thursday...

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Ford

Mayor Rob Ford at an executive committee meeting Wednesday following his return from rehab. (Jul. 2, 2014)

Ford ‘fatigue’ may be taking hold as poll shows majority of Torontonians not satisfied with apology

Mayor Rob Ford’s apology on returning to office this week failed to impress nearly two-thirds of Torontonians and pushed the mayor back...

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Don Was Here project

Don Was Here project can be seen at Todmorden Mills and along the Lower Don Valley Trail.

Don Was Here project explores historical path of the lower Don River

A unique and interactive urban intervention project is giving people the chance to retrace the original route of the lower Don River....

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Don River Plaques

Left, Toronto and Region Conservation Authority CEO Brian Denney, Toronto-Danforth MP Craig Scott, Waterfront Toronto Chair Mark Wilson, Ward 28 (Toronto Centre-Rosedale) Councillor Pam McConnell, Heritage Toronto Board Member Andrew Himel and the King and Princess streets Scotiabank branch Manager David Gibson unveil two heritage plaques.

Importance of lower Don River recognized with two heritage plaques

While its uses may have changed over the years, the venerable Don River still continues to play an important role in the lives of...

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Emilio Vieira, a York University graduate, performs in Shakespeare in High Park until Aug. 31.

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