Ontario government minister Karina Gould spoke to students on April 11 about the National Register of Future Electors.
Toronto’s stormwater system is overwhelmed and creating basment flooding and unclean water. Here are the top 5 ways to reduce your run-off.
The Beaches Easter parade reaches it’s 50th anniversary on April 16, marching along Queen Street East and ending at Woodbine Avenue.
Comedic writer Sandra Shamas’s journey through menopause was a lonely and isolating experience.
In vintage Shamas style, though, she’s made it a little less lonely and isolating for the rest of us — and a heck of a lot funnier — with her latest show, The Big What Now, which ended a successful run in Toronto earlier this year and is now ready to hit the road.
Writer John Chipman first knew he had to write about the case of disgraced pathologist Charles Smith 10 years ago.
He had been listening to a radio report about one of the 17 people that Smith’s incompetent and intentionally misleading autopsies had helped wrongfully convict during his decade as chief pathologist at the Ontario Pediatric Forensic Pathology Unit.
A bus driver has been charged with impaired driving after he provided samples of his breath, according to Peel Regional Police.