Toronto: Diversity Our Strength

Diversity our Strength

Diversity our Strength

Diversity Our Strength is a growing compilation of news, events and resources dedicated to reaching Toronto’s diverse communities.

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Toronto Time Capsule

Toronto Time Capsule

Toronto Time Capsule

A collection of news stories, photographs, genealogy resources dedicated to Toronto’s rich and colourful history.

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2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games

News and information on the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games in Toronto.

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Transit Project

THE TRANSIT PROJECT

THE TRANSIT PROJECT

Your online portal to help you get around the city. Find up-to-date reports on transit projects by geography and commuter type for your...

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Trying something different

Mayor John Tory announced April 24 that the city will shift the weekend road closures of major highways to hopefully lessen the impact on drivers.

Mayor John Tory shifts highway closures in attempt to lessen impact on drivers

Weekend closures on the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway are shifting so the highways will be open for most of Sunday, but...

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Tory Ontario budget

John Tory holds up the Ontario Liberal government's 2015 'Building Ontario Up' budget.

Provincial budget supports transit in Toronto: Mayor Tory

The province will spend $2.8 billion to double-track and electrify the Stouffville and Kitchener GO lines — but that will be as far as it’s...

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TOinTRANSIT

Rahul Gupta's column on transportation.

TOinTRANSIT: International survey to compare TTC to 20 other global subway networks

Got a few opinions on the state of local subway service? Of course you do. Now you can make your feelings known by taking an international...

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Stirling House

The James Stirling House in Malvern was the first heritage property to be designated in Scarborough. It was saved from demolition and incorporated in a new subdivision in the 1980s.

LOOKING BACK: Scarborough can be proud of efforts to preserve built and natural heritage

Last month marked the 40th anniversary of the establishment of the Scarborough Preservation Committee, initially known as the Scarborough...

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Events In Toronto Area

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Toronto Fashion Hunt celebrates the 10th anniversary of FAT - Fashion Art Toronto - with runway shows, performance art and new pop-up shop

In the past decade, FAT has not only presented more than 400 runway shows, but showcased a broad...

Top 10 Detox Foods for Spring and a Detox Salad recipe

As a holistic nutritionist, I put most of the emphasis on the foods we consume. That’s really where...

Metro Ontario celebrates one of this year’s trendiest food ingredients – cauliflower

To coincide with the arrival of spring, Metro Ontario talked to a Ontario chefs to get their fresh...

To tour, or not to tour: The pros and cons of a guided tour

Whether you’re going to a different province or discovering a different country, tours are a...

Dog breeder, shelter, online - Marc Ralsky helps you find the puppy of your dreams

How much is that puppy in the window? While this is now a bygone catch phrase, it is still a valid...

Cat cafes would be a welcome addition to Toronto

“I’d like tea, please. Darjeeling or Lapsang souchong, if you have it. And a bowl of kibble for my...

Michelle Crispe talks about character when no one is watching

As I watched, without trying to make it too obvious, I couldn’t help but be impressed. Without a...

Cheesy Kale and Black Bean Pasta Bake, High Protein Power Balls with Pasta and other recipes by Canada's chef and athletes

Called Catelli Pasta Boost: Energy-infused pasta dishes by some of Canada’s top chefs and athletes,...

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