CAMH Bell Gateway Building

The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health's Bell Gateway Building is one of the buildings open to the public during Doors Open Toronto 2015.

CAMH buildings to be included in Doors Open Toronto for the first time

For the first time the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) is opening its buildings on its Queen Street West site for this...

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Randy Brown

Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School Principal Derek Chen stands with auto shop teacher Randy Brown and former principal Maria Pereira during a school-wide celebration of Brown May 20. Brown was recently diagnosed with cancer.

Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton students rally behind teacher fighting cancer

Hundreds of parents, teachers, students and former students gathered on the Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School field to...

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Enjoy Toronto

ARTS: Enjoy Toronto

ARTS: Enjoy Toronto

Explore all the music, dining, events, literature and arts offerings of the city. 

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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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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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Lawn care

Follow these steps to get a lush, green lawn.

7 tips for a healthy summer lawn

Get your lawn in tip-top shape in time for summer. 1. Water your lawn early in the morning. Watering during the heat of the day is lost...

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nature hike

The Toronto Field Naturalists walk on the Leslie Street Spit in Tommy Thompson Park.

10 great Toronto trails to try

Find your perfect trail in Toronto. If you’re looking for a walking journey, a cycling adventure or a hike through nature, here are 10...

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Events In Toronto Area

Children's Discovery Centre

Sun May 24 | 9:30 AM

Group Ukulele Drop-in Class

Sun May 24 | 12:30 PM

Adult String Ensemble

Wed May 27 | 7:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Thu May 28 | 7:00 PM

Group Music Theory Drop-in...

Fri May 29 | 10:00 AM

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Blogs

Consolidated Credit helps graduating post-secondary students get out of debt

Unfortunately for many of today’s graduates, the diploma isn’t the only thing that they will carry...

Rose Reisman creates Tilapia with wild mushrooms and Spinach salad with cinnamon almonds recipe to boost brain function

The following recipes were created by Rose Reisman for the Women’s Brain Health Initiative...

Spring refresh: 3 ways to spruce up the season

With spring here, I find myself switching up my routine a little bit and embracing more activities....

Cats don’t play poo-hockey and other reasons to adopt a cat (or two) rather than a kitten says the Organization for the Rescue of Animals

However cute little kittens can be, you can’t be sure they won’t grow up to look like trolls. If you...

Celebrate spring with lighter dishes including Lentil Salad with Asparagus and Feta and Mini Rhubarb Pavlovas by Foodland Ontario

Ontario asparagus is now out in stores and the rhubarb is up in the garden. Celebrate spring by...

Blogger Tess Morgan says ‘cute’ dog behaviours need to be stopped

Dogs bring their families a lot of happiness, a big part of which has to do with their tendency to...

Joanna Sable talks oil – olive and sesame – and offers Olive Oil Spice Tea Cake and green beans and pork recipes

Lately I have been thinking about oil. Yes, it started out with me thinking about frying and fried...

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