Residents dissatisfied with the number of parked cars on their street deserve a voice, but so do single parents or retirees who may already struggle to afford the bills and maintenance associated with owning a vehicle.
Crossing busy city streets can be dangerous, especially for young students, who, like all Toronto pedestrians, must deal with speeding cars, stopping just before a crosswalk or racing through before those on foot have made it to the other side.
What if you hosted a safety walk and no one showed up?
That’s almost what happened to Ward 31 Councillor Janet Davis who was disappointed with the “very low” turnout for the community initiative at Stan Wadlow Park on March 7. Perhaps there’s good news in the lack of interest.
Legal marijuana in Canada is fewer than four months away. Businesses big and small, legal, not so legal, and totally illegal are looking for their niches in post-prohibition Canada.
When the National Hockey League announced on April 3, 2017, that its players would not be allowed to participate at the 2018 Olympics, viewers were not amused. Turns out the absence of NHL players brought a sense of unpredictability and a belief among teams that anybody could go far.
East York will reap the benefits of millions of dollars in funding to conduct key road and safety improvements over the next two years.
The world still hates Logan Paul, but it doesn’t seem like he’s going anywhere. At least YouTube finally demonetized his videos –temporarily.
Your phone is undoubtedly a productivity-enhancing, communication-enabling, information-processing, knowledge database of a machine. It’s also hub for platforms and all of their business models centre on holding as much of your time as possible.
There are simply too many people in the shelters. What can be done to help them?