A sticker on a Bathurst Station window said it all.
“It’s the end of the line for Honest Ed’s.”
On Tuesday, the TTC unveiled a tribute to the long-standing Toronto landmark as it counts down its final two months of operation.
The World Cup of Hockey 2016 tournament garnered mixed reviews and inconsistent attendance. Some fans enjoyed themselves at the free viewing parties outside the Air Canada Centre, while some within the hockey community, including amateur players who might be expected to feel a deeper connection to the event, were lukewarm.
Toronto Police are searching for a man for attempted murder after a stabbing in a parking lot near Morningside Avenue.
When East York resident Michele Lupa first heard about the new Canada Child Benefit, she was surprised.
“Oh my god! How could I miss that?” she said. “They made a change to the child tax benefit.”
The mother of two, Lupa can apply for the benefit, which will pay families a monthly subsidy based on net income. The new benefit is tax-free and does not exclude families with only one parent.
The union representing a large amount of Toronto’s inside workers has reached an agreement with the city.