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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Listed Toronto

LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

LISTED: Toronto by Numbers

From quirky or obscure details to hard-hitting facts, learn about your city through this list of lists.

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Book Lover’s Ball

The 10th annual Book Lover’s Ball, the fundraiser for the Toronto Public Library (TPL) Foundation, will take place Thursday, Feb. 5 at the Toronto Reference Library.

Enjoy dinner with authors during Book Lover’s Ball

There will be no shushing or stern admonishments against eating in the library when the 10th annual Book Lover’s Ball hits the Toronto...

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Simeon Taole

Simeon Taole

Filmmaker Simeon Taole adds video to theatre in ‘Twisted’

North York filmmaker Simeon Taole is adding some visual flair to staged theatre in a modern retelling of a classic tale that still rings...

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Budget

Mayor John Tory, right, and Toronto budget chief Gary Crawford at an announcement Thursday that the city will be rejecting the offer of an $86-million loan from the province.

Toronto says no to provincial loan; will be going to the bank for financing

Toronto is rejecting the offer of a provincial loan to cover the $86-million gap in its 2015 budget, and instead will be going to the bank...

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Cold Remedies

It’s cold and flu season; here are some easy-to-follow tips to get back on your feet.

7 ways to help you get over a cold

It’s cold and flu season and you may be feeling a bit under the weather. While there’s no cure, here are some easy-to-follow tips to bring...

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH: What it means to be black in Toronto-image1

As part of Black History Month, the Black Experience Project is looking into what it means to be black in the Greater Toronto Area.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH: What it means to be black in Toronto

Toronto’s black community is not unified, not one. It’s many. Organizers of the Black Experience Project know this: 400,000 people...

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Tokens for Youth Without Shelter

Students Martine Magnone, Irene Barbosa, and Natasha Cipriani of Father John Redmond School take part in the Tokens4Change at Islington Subway Station on Friday. Money and tokens collected go to Youth Without Shelter. February 7

Volunteers to ask for tokens, change at TTC stations to help homeless youth

In February hundreds of high school students will gather at TTC stations and other locations over the course of a day to canvass on behalf...

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LIFESTYLE - Melanie Filipp offers decor inspiration for 2015

Now that we are well into 2015, I have been looking for ways to spruce up my home without changing...

LIFESTYLE - Toronto teacher talks importance of extra-curricular activities and upcoming contract talks

If these events are what I remember most as a teacher, I am certain the same holds true for...

FOOD NEWS - Win a cooking lesson with Jamie Oliver and create deliciousness with new DK Book Mommy & Me Bakes

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

PETS - Time for humans to be warm, dry and comfortable while winter walking with pets

What I have learned is if you dress appropriately for walking your dogs in the winter, you can...

ENTERTAINMENT - The Guest List speaks with playwright Andrew Kushnir about docu-theatre piece Small Axe

An up-and-coming figure in the Canadian theatre scene, Andrew Kushnir aims to make a difference both...

FOOD - Toronto’s Honest Weight lets the fish stand on their own

Such is the lot of a fishmonger. One of the oldest guilds, established in in 1272, a true tradesman,...

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