Tourism Montreal launched its Sorry Toronto campaign on Dec. 1. The campaign aims make Montreal the place to be in 2017 because it’s Montreal’s 375th anniversary.
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Negus Webster-Chan joins fellow Canadian and Burlington native, Brady Heslip as the only two Canadians on the Raptors 905 roster for 2016-2017.
Follow our Toronto Observer team of reporters bringing you all the coverage Saturday live from the Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton, Ontario. From the media box to the sidelines, and from the stadium to the tailgate parties, follow the first-ever Toronto Observer coverage of this marquee event in Canadian collegiate sports.
The 50th annual Cavalcade of Lights festival takes place at Nathan Phillips Square on Nov. 26.
Toronto has announced 36 of the 50 city-run outdoor rinks will open Nov. 26, with another 10 by Dec. 3.
Loblaw Companies Limited announced Tuesday it will invest $1.3 billion into Canadian retail businesses in 2016.
Peel Regional Police have arrested a 19-year-old female who was found in the afternoon of Saturday, April 9, after escaping custody the day before.
The reaction to Ford’s death, at age 46 after a long fight with cancer, appeared to be divided on Toronto streets and on social media.
For Torontonians, this winter has been on the mild side. With temperatures nearing 10 degrees celsius, the city’s outdoor skating rinks are taking a hit.
The riding of Davenport has been reclaimed by the Liberals after one term of NDP leadership, as Julie Dzerowicz defeated incumbent Andrew Cash by a narrow margin. With 155 of 192 polls reporting, Dzerowicz was victorious, taking 45.1 per cent of the votes, ahead of Cash at 40.2 per cent – a difference of about 1,800 votes.