Faces of Regent Park

Artist Dan Bergeron and his subject Jacob Sukhra, 11, help unveil the 'Faces of Regent Park' art installation on Friday.

Regent Park artwork features local faces

The road into Regent Park is now a little more welcoming with the addition of a series of portraits of those who call the neighbourhood...

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Aga Khan Museum

The Aga Khan Museum is one of more than 100 sites featured in the annual Doors Open Toronto festival.

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Temperatures in Toronto are expected to climb into the 20s by the time this weekend's over, so it's a good opportunity to get out of doors...

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creepiest bugs

Top 9 creepiest bugs in Ontario

Top 9 creepiest bugs in Ontario

    When I got the go-ahead to write this list, I immediately regretted suggesting it. Just researching it gave me the...

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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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Composite sketch

A composite sketch of a sexual assault suspect has been released.

Sketch released of man sought in 2013 sex assault near Jane and Church

Police have released a composite sketch of a suspect wanted in a 2013 sex assault. Police said a man broke into a Jane and Church...

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Much Ado About Nothing

Salvatore Antonio, left, Kawa Ada, Alon Nashman and Ali Momen appear in the Tarragon Theatre production of Much Ado About Nothing.

Riverside actor Ali Momen enjoying Bollywood-style rendition of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing

East-end actor Ali Momen is having a ball performing in a Bollywood-style rendition of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. A native of...

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Pedestrians Hit

Two pedestrians were hurt – one fatally – on a sidewalk at the corner of Don Mills Road and Barber Greene Friday morning. Toronto Police are investigating.

Female pedestrian dead, teen boy in hospital, after collision in Don Mills

A woman is dead and a teenage boy is in hospital with serious injuries after they were struck by a vehicle on Don Mills Road near Barber...

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Ontario flag 50th anniversary

Etobicoke Centre MPP Yvan Baker (pictured here at left) joined with students from Etobicoke's Transfiguration of Our Lord Catholic School on Thursday for a special flag raising ceremony to mark the 50th anniversary of the Ontario flag.

Etobicoke students, MPP gather to mark 50th anniversary of Ontario’s flag

Etobicoke Centre MPP Yvan Baker joined together with students at Transfiguration of Our Lord Catholic School this week for a special flag...

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