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TRAFFIC WATCH: Cavalcade of Lights, Queen streetcar re-routes, Weston Santa parade

Toronto’s transit users and drivers may want to be aware of this weekend’s Cavalcade of Lights and...



Project Neutral seeks Parkdale-High Park residents to take the CarbonShift Challenge

Project Neutral is still looking for Ward 13 Parkdale-High Park residents to take the CarbonShift...



Pia Bouman dancers prepare for 30th staging of ‘Nutcracker’

Toronto’s longest-running Nutcracker performance is just weeks away from hitting the stage. The...



Next High Park walking tour explores the ages

The next walking tour of High Park tackles the subject of High Park Through the Ages, Sunday, Dec....



Toronto’s 11 Division police officers host home security seminar

Toronto’s 11 Division police officers will be hosting a home security seminar Thursday, Dec. 10...



Get a hot roast beef sandwich at Lambton House pub night

Lambton House, 4066 Old Dundas St., hosts its next community pub night Friday, Dec. 4. In...



Windermere United Church hosts concert of baroque, modern music

The Windermere United Church Fall Concert Series presents Mirrors, an evening of music and dance...



EDITORIAL: TTC on right track with cash fare hike

The Toronto Transit Commission’s board is on the right track when it comes to the balanced approach...

Candy Cane Tea and Bazaar

Vendor Sharon Hannon focuses on a Christmas tree under glass during the Candy Cane Tea and Bazaar held recently at Presteign-Woodbine United Church.

Festival of House Culture

The Festival of House Culture takes place in the Junction-Roncesvalles-West Bend and Little Italy-Trinity Bellwoods neighbourhoods Dec. 3 to 6. Events and activities will take place in each neighbourhood in people's homes within walking distance.

Greenwood Rink

An aerial photograph of Greenwood Park outdoor covered rink, which is slated to open to the public - along with 34 other Citiy of Toronto outdoor rinks - Saturday, Nov. 28 for the winter season.

Holy Cross sends hope to Paris

Holy Cross Catholic School students displayed illustrations containing their message of hope to the people of France, in reaction to recent events taking place in Paris. The drawings and the students' spoken sentiments were posted also in an on-line video and sent to the French Consulate.

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Don’t Ctrl+Alt+Delete your Cyber Monday Budget - tips from Consolidated Credit

Canadian retailers are firmly on board with the unofficial “kickoff” to the holiday shopping season...

Toronto teacher talks about the phone call home and what it means for your child

But when a teacher calls home they are taking the time to contact you to have a conversation about...

14 foods you must try before you die from, My First French Bakery cookbook and new flavours from Tyrrell's chips

Whether it's a new product or cooking technique Food News is the place to turn. Have an idea, email...

5 ways to improve your chances at IVF and help you conceive

One in every three couples are now facing infertility concerns, often seeking some form of treatment...

Mexican-Style Breakfast Sandwich, Double Decadent Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate and other recipes from the Peanut Bureau of Canada

November is Peanut Butter Lovers’ Month. The following are stats from the Peanut Bureau of Canada.

Lots of gems packed into F/X clothing store on Toronto’s Queen Street West including 15,000 plus dresses

F/X on Queen is more like your seven-year-old self was given a hallucinogen and told to dream of a...

Get to Frida’s on Eglinton, Toronto’s best Mexican restaurant, before the kinks are worked out and the prices soar

If someone asks you to go out for Mexican food, you’ll likely think of tacos and burritos. But...

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