Green Living Show

The 2014 Green Living Show. The 2015 event runs from Friday to Sunday at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (North Building).

TORONTO EVENTS: 8 things to do this weekend (March 27-29)

... and just like that, March is almost gone! Here's our list of 8 things to do in Toronto from Friday, March 27 to Sunday, March...

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Toronto: Diversity Our Strength

Diversity our Strength

Diversity our Strength

Diversity Our Strength – it’s Toronto’s motto. It’s also the name of the newest Metroland Media Toronto online...

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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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Earth Hour 2015

6 Reasons to Participate in Earth Hour 2015

6 Reasons to Participate in Earth Hour 2015

    On Saturday, March 28, 2015 at 8:30pm people in 162 countries around the world will be shutting their lights off for...

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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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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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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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St. Steven's Court

City planner Cynthia Owusu-Gyimah (L) and Etobicoke Centre Councillor John Campbell address a well-attended meeting at Etobicoke Collegiate Thursday night to discuss a redevelopment proposal for 289 and 291 The Kingsway and 1 to 7 St. Stevens Court. If ultimately approved, the redevelopment will see the demolition of the five existing 3.5-storey apartment buildings on St. Steven's Court to make way for six new residential buildings, ranging in height from six to 16 stories and containing a total of 603 new units.

Humber Valley Village residents facing “massive growth” in neighbourhood with new site proposal

Humber Valley Village area residents still reeling from the Humbertown Plaza “debacle” expressed anger and frustration this week at the...

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News From Beyond Toronto Area

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Maple Lodge Farms launches probe

Maple Lodge Farms launches probe after allegations of animal cruelty

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Ontario

Two dead after industrial accident in Toronto

Two hurt, one seriously, in industrial accident in Toronto: police

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Ontario

Hydro One spending $845M on work in GTA

Hydro One spending $845M to improve reliability and replace equipment in GTA

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Ontario

Electricity, education bosses top earners

Ontario's sunshine list of public sector salaries to be released today

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Ontario

SIU probing woman's gunshot injury

SIU says it's probing injury to woman hit by gunshot in Mississauga incident

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Events In Toronto Area

Spring Sale

Sat Mar 28 | 9:00 AM

Spring Craft Sale

Sat Mar 28 | 9:00 AM

Upcoming Events

Sat Mar 28 | 9:00 AM

Malvern Family Resource Centre...

Sat Mar 28 | 10:00 AM

Annual Stamp Show - NYPEX 2015

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Parkdale Olympian Dylan Moscovitch and new partner Lubov Iliushechkina finish 13th at world championships

Despite the split-up of his longtime pairs partnership following last year’s Sochi Winter Olympics,...

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Bowling for SickKids event at Parkway Bowl held in memory of Alliyah Precious Persaud

The sixth annual Bowling for SickKids tournament will be held on Saturday, March 28, at Parkway...

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Two goals and first-star honour marks happy homecoming for Toronto east ender Brandon Pirri

Toronto east-end native Brandon Pirri, who will turn 24 April 10, certainly enjoyed his homecoming...

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Four tips to prepare your mind and body for spring from Helix Healthcare Group

Let’s face it, next to New Year’s, spring seems like the ultimate awakening as we brush off a long...

Pajama and other spirit days mean a better school climate, says Classroom Insider

Do you ever wonder why your child’s school is having Pyjama Day? I mean, it’s not like you can send...

Kathy Renwald tests drives the $120,000 Range Rover in her winter road trip to New York City to see Robert Glasper and the Museum of Modern Art

Forget about going somewhere warm in winter, why not head to New York City? That was my thinking...

Puzzles, hide and seek and other ways to make mealtime for pets fun

The noise of the cupboard or fridge opening can be the cue that lets your pets know its meal time....

Just in time for Easter, the best chocolate in Toronto can be found at Delight on Dundas Street West

Imagine the joy that met the opening of Delight, run by husband and wife team Jennifer Rashleigh and...

Dr. Michelle Cripse talks about how much protein people working out should consume

Oh boy! Protein. Is there ever a lot of debate as to what you require and what you don’t. Rather...

Acupuncture helps people live pain free, says Tao of Wellness

We are all familiar with pain, physical pain that tells our bodies when there is danger. That is the...

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