Line Six

Line Six co-founders Brett Chang, foreground, and Taylor Scollon welcome passengers aboard the Liberty Village Express on Tuesday morning, Oct. 7. Line Six as it was initially launched has ceased to operate.

Liberty Village’s ‘Line Six’ deep-sixed because of lack of ridership

Line Six, the crowdfunded transit enterprise failed not because of concerns of its legality, but a lack of ticket sales, one of its...

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An elderly woman suffered serious injuries after she was struck and pinned by a car in North York Wednesday afternoon.

Elderly woman pinned by car near Don Mills and Lawrence in North York

An elderly woman suffered serious injuries after she was struck and pinned by a car in North York Wednesday, May 6. The collision...

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The Culchahworks Collective performs a number from Obeah Opera at the unveiling of the Panamania lineup at the Berkeley Street Theatre on Wednesday, May 6. Panamania will parallel the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games with an extensive arts and culture program.

Panamania a union of athletics and artistry

While the impressive feats of athletes from across the Americas will be front and centre when the Toronto 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games...

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Security camera

Toronto police are requesting the public's assistance in identifying a man involved in a fail-to-remain collision investigation related to a Feb. 13 incident at 6171 Bathurst St.

Police seek help naming driver in hit and run

Police have released security camera images in the hopes of identifying a man wanted in a fail-to-remain collision outside a North York...

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Sheppard 85A bus

Residents will be taking the bus for a number of years to come as the Sheppard LRT plan has been delayed, and hopes for a Sheppard subway extension into Scarborough seem remote.

Delay of Scarborough LRT leaves residents ‘neglected’ again, says councillor

News last week construction of the Sheppard East LRT line is delayed another five or more years was met by indifference from many. There...

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Laurier Anniversary

This is a photo of a group of students at Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate Institute from 1970/71. There will be more photos on display at the school during anniversary celebrations, which are taking place this Friday and Saturday.

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate Institute in Guildwood set to celebrate 50th anniversary

Staff and students past and present are invited to the 50th anniversary of Sir Wilfrid Laurier Collegiate Institute in Guildwood. “It...

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The Local Dish

Local Kitchen & Wine Bar chef and owner Fabio Bondi displays his latest dish, sauteed asparagus with grated Pecorino cheese, chopped guanciale and zabaglione drizzle, created for LiveGreen's year-long The Local Dish campaign.

Local Kitchen and Wine Bar’s Fabio Bondi joins The Local Dish

For Fabio Bondi, chef and owner of Parkdale’s Local Kitchen and Wine Bar, it is all about using fresh local ingredients at his Queen Street...

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Little Free Library

Orchard Crescent resident Mary Ann Gringras, left, her daughters Beatrice and Elizabeth join author Dayle Furlong in officially unveiling Thompson Orchard’s new Little Free Library on Tuesday. Leave a book, take a book is the concept. (May 5, 2015)

Community launches Thompson Orchard’s Little Free Library

The small purple house with gold-gilded front door, window frames and roof stands out on Orchard Crescent. For its spectacular design...

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