D'Juiceman

Dick 'D'Juiceman' Lochan is preparing for events connected to the Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival.

Caribbean Carnival veteran Dick ‘D’Juiceman’ Lochan gears up for another year of celebrations

Calypsonian Dick “D’Juiceman” Lochan is a Caribana veteran. He was there when Caribana Toronto first started 48 years ago. He has been a...

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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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Iacobucci report

Retired Supreme Court of Canada Justice Frank Iacobucci, left and Toronto police Chief Bill Blair discuss Iacobucci's report on police use-of-force during its release at a media conference Thursday at police headquarters.

Justice Frank Iacobucci lays out 84 recommendations for police

Toronto Police could be equipped with body-worn cameras and the use of Tasers could be expanded if the service follows the 84...

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Future Traffic Flow

The City of Toronto is reconfiguring the existing Six Points interchange to make an at-grade Dundas Street loop with initial construction set to begin this fall. These images detail the interchange, known locally as “spaghetti junction”, in its current state, and how it will look after the project is complete.

Makeover of Six Points interchange to begin in the fall

Shovels will hit the ground this fall on the $40-million Six Points interchange reconfiguration. City plans include replacing the...

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multi-vehicle crash

Toronto police attend at the scene of a multi-vehicle crash Thursday morning at the intersection of Bathurst Street and Greenwin Village Road.

Four people injured in Bathurst collision

Four people were hurt in a two-vehicle collision that closed a stretch of Bathurst Street during the Wednesday afternoon rush hour....

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THE CITY: Ford Fest permit proves city’s rules serve politicians

THE CITY: Ford Fest permit proves city’s rules serve politicians

It looks as though the Fords are going to get away with it again. On Friday at Thomson Park in Scarborough, Mayor Rob Ford and his...

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Headed Down Under

High Park Demons Australian Football Club member Gillian English, 29, has been chosen to play for the Midnight Suns Canadian Development Team in the Australian Rules Football International Cup in Melbourne, Australia, Aug. 9-23.

Roncesvalles Village resident set to represent Canada in Australian football tourney

Twenty-nine-year old Gillian English says she’s been given a “once-in-a-life-time” opportunity. The Roncesvalles Village resident and...

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Beaches International Jazz Festival grant

Beaches International Jazz Festival coordinator of Jazz Photography in the Park and Multi-Arts Project Joanna Katchutas, left, festival executive director Lido Chilelli, Ontario Trillium Foundation director of communications and public affairs Thomas Chanzy and MPP Arthur Potts (Beaches-East York) announce a new grant Saturday in Woodbine Park, that aims to expand multi-arts programming at the festival.

Beaches Jazz receives youth arts grant

The Beaches International Jazz Festival (BIJF) has been awarded a two-year, $96,400 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) to...

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