The Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation(JDRF) held its 27th Revolution Ride, with a monetary goal of $5M today.
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A woman from Toronto is charged with fraud following an investigation by Toronto Police.
Mayor John Tory announced that Rush, the Canadian rock band is set to receive the key to the city on Saturday.
In a tweet, it was announced that Prince Harry will be visiting Toronto in early May. While the prince will only be visiting a short time, The Observer has rounded up some places he should add to his itinerary.
TTC projections show ridership is on track for a third year of declining numbers.
Toronto City Council will amend the current leasing agreement of Exhibition Place with Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment.
A refugee settlement agency says billing some Syrians for medical and flight to Canada is unfair.
Henry Walls remembers one of his closest brushes with death in 1956, serving with the Royal Scots in the ordnance corps in Hong Kong. One soldier stood at the end of a line making notes based on what bomb experts were saying. Suddenly there was an explosion and two soldiers were blown up.
“I served in East Africa … Bahrain, Kuwait in the ’60s … Hong Kong, Brunei and Singapore,” Walls said. “I’ve done 22 years.”
In his loss to the incumbent in Scarborough-Guildwood, Monday night, the Conservative challenger acknowledged what had been a national trend. Conservative Chuck Konkel won nearly 27 per cent of votes in the federal election, according to the CBC’s Canada Votes website, but could not overcome Liberal John McKay’s commanding 60 per cent of the balloting.