With the rise of creepy clown incidents, professional clowns in Canada have become concerned about damage to their reputation.
Articles by Chelsea Ward
The victim of Wednesday’s fatal shooting outside of Scarborough restaurant has been identified as 27-year-old Yusef Hagi Ahmed.
Toronto city council voted 32-9 on Tuesday in favour of road tolls on the Don Valley Parkway and Gardiner Expressway.
The city’s Medical Officer of Health has issued an extreme cold weather alert for Toronto. Environment Canada announced an expected temperature between -6 C and -16 C on Thursday.
Justin Trudeau made a trip to the Toronto Christmas Market with a large red sack in hand. In support of the 21st annual Toy Mountain Campaign, Trudeau brought in a donation of unwrapped toys for the charity drive.
The owner of the Bowmanville Zoo has been charged with five counts of animal cruelty after videos surfaced of him whipping during a training session.
Meet ‘Charade. Partially masked, Charade is a real-life superhero who probes the downtown core in his spare time to help those in need.
Local chefs, business owners and entrepreneurs from across the city came together to showcase their hot sauce recipes at the Drake Hotel on Monday. The tasting was a part of their series of free food-based events called “86’d”.
Toronto Pearson International Airport has cancelled all four flights to or via Brussels in light of this morning’s deadly terrorist attacks.
Last year, Dawn Mucci’s 12-year-old daughter was sent home from school with lice three times in the span of three months. Now that the Toronto District School Board is considering changing its exclusion policy for children with lice, she’s concerned, as a mother, it will happen again.
But as the founder of a Canada-wide lice removal company with a branch in East York, she’s also anticipating an uptick – up-nit? – in customers.