Latest from the Games

Cakes turning out all wrong?

Using old ingredients and not following a recipe's finer points may result in lacklustre results.

6 baking mistakes that are wrecking your desserts

Baking desserts comes down to a science and it’s the little things that can make or break your tasty treats.

See More
Urban Hero Stan Palmeteer

Tennis pro, Stan Palmeteer is an Etobicoke Urban Hero for 2015.

Stan Palmateer takes to the tennis court to aid The Heart and Stroke Foundation

Stan Palmateer is an ace in tennis and in helping Canadians living with heart disease or stroke. The Mimico native and tennis pro will...

See More
Urban Hero

Deborah Lombard Ryall is an Urban Hero award winner, recognized for her work with seniors.

Deborah Lombard Ryall gave selflessly as caregiver to a friend

Deborah “Debbie” Lombard Ryall is a modern-day Good Samaritan. After suffering an accident that kept her from work, Lombard Ryall was...

See More
Withrow Park

Children playing in the sand at the Withrow Park playground. The Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay visits the park on Sunday, July 5, morning.

The Pan Am torch arrives at Withrow Park on morning of Sunday, July 5

The community of Withrow Park in East York will have the chance to celebrate the arrival of the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games Torch Relay on...

See More
Ian Kelso retires

Etobicoke Guardian photographer Ian Kelso retires after 40 years behind the lens.

Etobicoke Guardian photographer Ian Kelso retires after 40 years

He doesn’t have a crown, or a sash, or a trophy to call his own. But anyone who knows photographer Ian Kelso, knows him as Mr....

See More
Rouge Valley Inn

The owner of the Rouge Valley Inn was the subject of the largest manhunt in Canada’s history.

Taste of Lawrence

Catherine Hobbs and daughter Ryan Hobbs enjoy the Scrambler carnival ride featured at the Taste of Lawrence Street Festival last year. This year's festival opens on the evening of Friday, July 3, and continues through until the evening of Sunday, July 5.

Annual Taste of Lawrence festival set for July 3 to 5

Organizers are expecting 150,000 visitors to this year’s Taste of Lawrence, a three-day festival that celebrates culture through food and...

See More
Christie Pits Film Festival

The Christie Pits Film Festival, which draws roughly 1,000 people to watch movies in Christie Pits Park every Sunday, begins this weekend with a screening of 'Nosferatu'.

Christie Pits Film Festival is back for another season

Over the short span of five years, the Christie Pits Film Festival has gone from a start-up not-for-profit to a summer staple that draws...

See More

Editor's Picks

News From Beyond Toronto Area


Government plays down asbestos revisions

Asbestos revisions on Health Canada website not significant, government says



Police find getaway car in cafe shooting

Getaway car used in fatal shooting north of Toronto found in parking lot: police


Talk To Us

Events In Toronto Area

Upcoming Events

Thu Jul 2 | 12:30 PM

Malvern Family Resource Centre...

Thu Jul 2 | 1:30 PM

Wellness Lecture:...

See More...

MORE From Toronto Area

Pan Am Games

Public gets a chance to check out carpenters’ work when Pan Am Games hit Toronto

Ten new sporting venues and 15 existing facilities across Southern Ontario have been given a boost...



Frozen chicken nuggets, strips, burgers recalled

You may want to check your frozen breaded chicken products before you pop them into the oven as a...



Summer Rebel Reading Contest

Is your child a Rebel Reader? Enter for your chance to WIN a special DK Star Wars® mini-library for...



Back to the Future at Kew Gardens Park

The Beach Village Business Improvement Area is kicking off its Wednesday Night Movies in the Park...




Blogger Natasha Sharma teaches you how to be happy and get the most out of life

Life can be unpredictable and will most certainly be stressful at one point or another. But it is...

Jerk Chicken Wings, Chicken Tostadas and other Chicken Farmers of Canada recipes

But regular barbecue fair, such as hamburgers and hot dogs, can get boring so instead the Chicken...

Book Time speaks with Elena Dunkle, her battle with anorexia and her memoir Elena Vanishing and reviews books about Canada, new releases and summer reads

Book Time introduces Torontonians to some of the wonderful new books available to them from authors...

Blogger Kathy Renwald drives the four cylinder Ford Mustang to Cayuga, near Hamilton, and checks out Ruthven Estate and Hewitt’s Dairy

The 2015 Ford Mustang is a statement vehicle to take on a trip shopping for a used car. We were...

Leslieville’s Table 17 offers friendly staff and great dishes that will keep you coming back

When I write about the places I think you will enjoy, I try and do places that have been around for...

Celebrate July with Raspberry Cake Day, Hot Dog Month and Strawberry Sundae Day with a Foodland Ontario Frozen Strawberry Sundae Squares recipe

Summer brings barbecues and celebrations, and this month in particular, we have a lot of food to...

Word of mouth is great way to find the perfect veterinarian for your pet

Any time a dog has surgery there is a risk; it’s a big decision. This got me to thinking; we have a...

Helix Healthcare’s Jesse Hanson offers help to family members watching a loved one suffer with addiction

No one would argue how difficult it is to watch someone you care about suffer with an addiction –...

In Your Neighbourhood Today


Find swimming pools, community centres, and more in your area

Select a Community Listing

Toronto Area Top Jobs