“I can’t wait to see families showing their neighbourhood pride by flying the East York flag outside their homes,” said Premier Kathleen Wynne.
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A spokesperson for Toronto Police Service said a man attacked a woman in East York, fled from the scene, and returned shortly. He is facing seven charges.
An accident at Greenwood and Mortimer avenues has left Tom Tamblyn concerned for how much progress has been made for the safety of cyclists.
Days after the city’s late-September heat wave, hail fell in Toronto on Sept. 29.
Students and their families at 11 East York elementary schools to have full access to health care services at new pediatric clinics.
Maria Fong, 55, was diagnosed with lung cancer in August 2016. She later learned that it spread to the bone. She didn’t have any symptoms, but tests for a fractured vertebra revealed the diagnosis.
Her experiences with cancer, and the treatments she’s been undergoing to deal with it, convinced her to put on her walking shoes last Sunday and participate in the Terry Fox Run for the first time in her life.
“I feel blessed that I’m able to do this walk today,” she said.
This weekend, Canadians will take to their local parks to honour the life of Terry Fox.
Addi ‘Mindbender Supreme’ Stewart is about to turn 40. And his head is full of so many memories that they wouldn’t all fit into one single book.
Stewart joined Centennial College students on Monday April 3, to discuss the importance of pursuing your passion.
“Being a student in this intensive eight-month program who also works a part-time job, I understand the financial struggle that students face,” Via Dulay said. “The fact that I can pay it forward to another hard-working student made planning this event that much more rewarding.”
Robi Hamilton hasn’t been on her balcony for four months due to balcony construction. Only able to open her balcony door by four inches, the space equals about a tenth of her apartment rent at 1501…