Natalie Spooner

Canadian National women's ice hockey gold medalist Natalie Spooner lights the Community Cauldron in Colonel Samuel Smith Park during the Pan Am Torch Ceremony.

South Etobicoke celebrates arrival of Pan Am torch

Etobicoke-Lakeshore MPP Peter Milczyn got his spirits lifted Monday night at south Etobicoke’s Pan Am torch relay celebration....

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5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

5 summer cupcake flavours you need to try now

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Water safety

Miguel (right) along with Amitav (centre) and Surya make sure to wear their life vests as they canoe around the pond at the Humber Arboretum Summer Kids Camp last year.

Teaching kids water safety could save lives this summer

For students across Toronto, the countdown to summer has finally ended and two full months of fun in the sun have already begun. But...

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Urban Hero Courtesy Chevrolet

Diane Parsons (left) general sales manager is all smiles along with staff at Courtesy Chevrolet after the compoany was named to the 2015 Urban hero Award finalist. May 28,2015.

Courtesy Chevrolet goes the extra mile to help kids’ wishes come true

Courtesy Chevrolet is “Like a Rock” to kids with life-threatening medical conditions. The Queensway car dealership commits $10,000...

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Brittany Maclean

Etobicoke swimmer Brittany Maclean will compete for Team Canada at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games.

Swimmer Brittany MacLean one of Canada’s best Pan Am medal hopes

Brittany MacLean is one of Canada’s top medal hopes at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games. The Etobicoke swimmer is among 36 named to...

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Road routes

Maps detailing the routes for the Pan Am marathon, triathlon, race walk and cycling road race (seen here), as well as the Parapan Am cycling road race are now available at http://bit.ly/1BKNrdt

Pan Am’s west-end races will tie up roads, limit parking

This summer, Toronto and the Greater Golden Horseshoe region will host 2,000 athletes from 41 countries, competing in 51 sports at 30 venues...

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Taste of Downsview

Taste of Downsview, which debuted in 2014, will return in 2015.

Taste of Downsview returns for second year

North York residents will get a taste of some of the best mobile restaurants the city has to offer at the second annual Taste of Downsview...

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Honoured

Krys Angel, Chair of Franklin Horner Community Centre is a Urban Hero.

Krys Angel’s efforts bolster Franklin Horner Community Centre

As chair of the popular Franklin Horner Community Centre, Krys Angel isn’t just a figurehead; in fact, she kind of does it all....

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