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...

See More
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...

See More
Vanauley Walk shooting

Toronto police investigate at the scene of a shooting in the Vanauley Walk housing complex late Thursday night. One male victim was transported to hospital with gunshot wounds.

Man shot at Dundas and Spadina

A man was shot in the leg on Vanauley Walk, near Dundas Street and Spadina Avenue, Thursday night. Police did not disclose the age of...

See More
Girls' soccer

Toronto Girls Soccer Association (TGSA) founder and coach Hanan Warsame is pictured here (at far right) with team sponsor Hodan Nalayeh of Integration TV (centre) and some of the 25 girls aged five to 13 who make up the team. Warsame is currently looking for sponsors to help expand the TGSA, a volunteer-based not-for-profit that runs out of Kipling Collegiate and consists mainly of girls hailing from Etobicoke's Somali Muslim community.

Young Somali soccer players find fun in fitness, learn soccer skills playing on girls-only team

When Hanan Warsame first started the Toronto Girls Soccer Association (TGSA) six months ago, her young charges could hardly do a lap of the...

See More
Toronto Community Housing meeting

A tenant of Toronto Community Housing (TCH), left, reads suggestions to TCH task force leader Art Eggleton during a community meeting at the Scarborough Civic Centre. The task force will report its findings to city council later this year.

Evict drug dealers and prostitutes, Toronto Community Housing officials told at meeting

People who live in Toronto Community Housing say they want managers who listen, and who see them as human beings. But they also want...

See More
Randy Brown

Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School Principal Derek Chen stands with auto shop teacher Randy Brown and former principal Maria Pereira during a school-wide celebration of Brown May 20. Brown was recently diagnosed with cancer.

Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton students rally behind teacher fighting cancer

Hundreds of parents, teachers, students and former students gathered on the Bishop Marrocco/Thomas Merton Catholic Secondary School field...

See More
Church on Church Street

The Odd Fellows Hall, circa 1970s, that now encapsulates the little church that gave Church Street its name.

THE STREETS WHERE YOU LIVE: The story behind the church on Church Street

There was no king on King Street and no queen ever drove down Queen’s Drive, but there was a church on Church Street. In early Ontario...

See More

Rahul Gupta's column on transportation.

TOinTRANSIT: Metrolinx launches new transit trip planner

As the 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games approach, a new trip planner from Metrolinx seeks to provide accurate travel data for transit rides...

See More

The Transit Project

News From Beyond Toronto Area

Talk To Us

Events In Toronto Area

Upcoming Events

Fri May 22 | 9:00 AM

Consignor Canadian Fine Art...

Fri May 22 | 9:00 AM

Circus North

See More...

MORE From Toronto Area


Four-time defending Ontario Blues cap full day of rugby with international friendly against New York Old Blue

The provincial men’s Ontario Blues rugby team have international opposition lined up Saturday, May...



Culture Days festival info session in Upper Beach

An information session for the sixth annual Culture Days festival, a collaborative movement to...



Balmy Beach rugby club celebrates 60th anniversary with home openers at Birchmount Stadium May 23

The Balmy Beach rugby club will mark its 60th anniversary Saturday, May 23, with a full slate of...



Toronto Speed Skating Club to host World Cup event at MasterCard Centre Nov. 6 to 8

The Toronto Speed Skating Club achieved a couple of milestones last season, including one of its...



Riverdale Historical Society AGM May 26

The Riverdale Historical Society will be welcoming York University Prof. Anthony Hopkins to its...




4 practices you need to put in place today for a happier life

Daily practice of positive mental states like gratitude, loving-kindness and non-judgement can...

Rose Reisman creates Tilapia with wild mushrooms and Spinach salad with cinnamon almonds recipe to boost brain function

The following recipes were created by Rose Reisman for the Women’s Brain Health Initiative...

Consolidated Credit helps graduating post-secondary students get out of debt

Unfortunately for many of today’s graduates, the diploma isn’t the only thing that they will carry...

Spring refresh: 3 ways to spruce up the season

With spring here, I find myself switching up my routine a little bit and embracing more activities....

Toronto’s Gluten-Free Foodie makes homemade taco seasoning that is free of preservatives and full of flavour

Now that I’ve grown out of my pre-packaged food phase, I’ve become quite fond of recreating...

Cats don’t play poo-hockey and other reasons to adopt a cat (or two) rather than a kitten says the Organization for the Rescue of Animals

However cute little kittens can be, you can’t be sure they won’t grow up to look like trolls. If you...

Health with Harmony blogger offers yoga-inspired moves on a surfboard at Surfset at Yonge and Eglinton

As I geared up for a mid-week 6 p.m. workout at Surfset, I was feeling relaxed yet excited to try...

Celebrate spring with lighter dishes including Lentil Salad with Asparagus and Feta and Mini Rhubarb Pavlovas by Foodland Ontario

Ontario asparagus is now out in stores and the rhubarb is up in the garden. Celebrate spring by...

In Your Neighbourhood Today


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

Select a Community Listing

Toronto Area Top Jobs