Sim Bhullar

Former student at Father Henry Carr Catholic Secondary School and now a NBA player Sim Bhullar took time out to visit his old school and basketball coach. Raptors superfan Nav Bhatia (left) and Carrs basketball coach Paul Melnick (right) are handed one of Sim's shirts foir the school. April 24,2015.

Rexdale-raised NBA player Sim Bhullar returns to former high school

An auditorium full of cheering high school students helped proclaim this Thursday, April 23 ‘Sim Bhullar Day’ in honour of a fellow Father...

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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



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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The mural isn’t ready yet, but by the time the 205 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games begin in Toronto, subway riders at Union Station will have something interesting to look at while they wait for their train in the Zones of Immersion art installation by artist Stuart Reid.

5 art projects beautifying the TTC

Art on the TTC has become so commonplace riders may be forgiven if they hardly notice the inspiration on display while scurrying to the...

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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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