Follow our Toronto Observer team of reporters bringing you all the coverage Saturday live from the Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario. From the media box to the sidelines, and from the stadium to the tailgate parties, follow the first-ever Toronto Observer coverage of this marquee event in Canadian collegiate sports.
Toronto mayor John Tory presented Paul Beeston with the key to the city Wednesday afternoon at city hall.
Toronto police are searching for suspects in two stabbings in Scarborough in the last two days.
Residents in downtown Toronto’s CityPlace condo buildings are frustrated with a series of power outages.
The City of Toronto recently raised the cost of four parking offences by as much as $110. Drivers who get caught blocking a sidewalk, parking in a high-occupancy vehicle lane, double parking or stopping in a TTC zone will face higher fines. Here’s what you need to know.
Toronto’s annual pillow fight took place at Nathan Phillips Square on April 2. Feathers were flying as hundreds of people were swinging their pillows at each other. The mayhem was part of International Pillow Fight Day, which is celebrated in more than 100 cities around the world.
Get ready to soak in the best the sports world has to offer. April has a little bit of everything for everybody. Other months have big sporting events, but no month puts it all together quite like April.
The first complainant at the Jian Ghomeshi sex assualt trial is facing intense cross-examination from defence lawyer Marie Henein.
Jian Ghomeshi’s trial in the court of law will begin in Toronto on Feb.1. Ghomeshi is facing four counts of sexual assault and one count of overcoming resistance by choking.
Bell Let’s Talk Day is an opportunity for Canadians to discuss mental health and the stigma associated with it.