Over the years, we’ve seen the loss of many heritage buildings, and while each is a tragedy, many feel that the loss of the house in this photo is the...
Toronto's diversity makes it a hotbed for passionate soccer fans. So visit us for all the latest World Cup news and information and let your pride show!
Jump on the bandwagon and follow local events, culture and news of this summer's global tournament.
Maggi Moran chips her ball onto the green during a round of golf Wednesday at the Don Valley Golf Course.
Believe it or not, 2014’s biting cold is finally coming to an end. And the City of Toronto is encouraging residents to spend their first...
Soldiers of Ukrainian Army sit atop combat vehicles as they are blocked by people on their way to the town of Kramatorsk Wednesday, April 16, 2014. The central government has so far been unable to rein in the insurgents, who it says are being stirred up by paid operatives from Russia and have seized numerous government facilities in at least nine eastern cities to press their demands for broader autonomy and closer ties with Russia. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)
Combat vehicles in east Ukraine city fly Russian flags
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, right, and provincial Transportation Minister Glen Murray announce a proposal Thursday that would introduce frequent, all day express train service to the GO Transit rail network which would be faster than TTC subway service.
A transportation proposal unveiled Thursday, April 17, by the province for frequent express GO train service promises faster travel than...
Toronto Councillor Mark Grimes stands outside Fair Grounds Organic Cafe and Roastery on Lakeshore Boulevard. The councillor believes the success of local coffee shops, including Starbucks, is an indication of the area's economic health.
Seeking a good cuppa joe on the lakeshore? The choices are more varied than ever, with specialty coffees — certified organic and...
Dr. Robert Madan, left, with Evelyn Burns-Weinrib.
After Evelyn Burns-Weinrib tried to commit suicide three years ago at the age of 78, she turned for treatment and counselling at North...
THE CITY: Pre-election transit promises sweet, but prospects bleak
In the politics of commuting in Toronto, there is nothing quite as heartbreaking as a transit plan near the eve of an election. The promise...
Muslim Consultative Committee (MCC) members Javed Sukhram, left, Shanice Ramcharran, Rida Zakir and Athar Khan are preparing for the second annual Tri-Sport Competition, hosted by the Toronto Police and the MCC on May 25 at the Toronto Police College. The outreach event will see teams of youth face off against local police officers in friendly games of soccer, basketball and dodgeball.
Toronto police officers are set to go toe-to-toe with local Muslim youth on the courts next month at the Second Annual Tri-Sport...
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