After three fatalities in three years, a Danforth Avenue café has closed down to soon become a child care centre.
Articles by Amanda Osiecki
Toronto police have disclosed the name of the man who was shot five times less than a block from one of Toronto’s busiest intersections.
Prime MinisterJustin Trudeau announced last week a Canadian woman will appear in the next series of bank notes. Feminists and gender equality organizations responded almost — but not entirely — unanimously with positive responses.
The Hard Rock Café Toronto has always had employees fall in love with its rock history. Some waited tables while singing and dancing to Britney Spears’ songs, others remembering Led Zeppelin. Three years ago, Sam Taylor, 20, was waiting for his job interview at The Hard Rock Café while discreetly playing Gov’t Mule’s Soulshine with an imaginary guitar. “I was on my way out of the restaurant when I saw this plaque on the wall, right beside the door,” he said. “This place used to be the old Friar’s Tavern. I was hired, and I knew it was just the beginning of an amazing job.”