While Toronto waits for marijuana legalization on Oct. 17, one doctor in East York is already taking action.
John Tavares’ anticipated Scotiabank Arena debut was an exhibition thriller as the Maple Leafs beat the Sabres, 5-3, on Friday night.
John Tavares scored twice in his home Scotiabank Arena exhibition debut as the Maple Leafs beat the Buffalo Sabres, 5-3, on Friday night.
While the Corn Roast was a fun day for the community, “the event aims at raising money towards building a new hospice in Toronto.”
Over 1,000 people attended the Pignic, as children and adults alike brought their prized pets to mix and mingle with guinea pigs of different breeds and sizes.
Interesting events around East York this week.
it is inconceivable that a playground — a place that epitomizes childhood innocence — could become a crime scene.
The Houston Rockets missed 27 three-pointers in a row in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals, allowing the Golden State Warriors a come-from-behind win and missing yet another chance at the NBA Finals. Flashback to the 2015 Houston Astros, a team that got its runs almost exclusively via the home run and saw it all go awry as strikeouts eventually got the best of them in the ALDS.
The Danforth East Arts Fair celebrated its tenth anniversary last weekend, and featured the work of dozens of local artists.
A good way to start a love affair between the community and native plants is to approach local organizations for permission to garden on their property, says gardening expert Lorraine Johnson.
One of Doug Ford’s campaign promises was to remove the 2015 sex-ed curriculum for elementary students. He is making it come true.
A mayoral candidate’s safer streets proposal isn’t fresh, it could work. All it needs is the city and councils support.
There are certain unwritten rules in politics that our politicians have always abided by until now.