Toronto will open more outdoor ice rinks and skating trails across the city on Dec. 2 in addition to the 40 rinks it recently opened as part of its Welcome TO Winter program.
Articles by Christian Larsen
Tennis development in Toronto is driving Canada to becoming a tennis powerhouse producing future stars in the sport.
Local residents rallied at Nathan Phillips Square on Tuesday, following the approved motion to explore the Exhibition Place grounds as an alternative site for the Therme spa proposed for Ontario Place.
The Toronto Blue Jays are heading back to the postseason as tickets for home playoff games remain available.
The decommissioned Scarborough RT line has created challenges for commuters in Scarborough, with students now back in school.
It’s a tradition of spring in Toronto. With the disappearance of ice and snow, the demand for roofing repairs increases, along with roofing scams posing a threat to homeowners. Workers disguised as roofing contractors are…
An indoor developmental centre in East York is changing the landscape of Canadian baseball.
Removal of thousands of trees along the Don Valley announced shortly after decision to relocate storage facility, causing frustration among community members and environmental activists.
Los Vietnamita Taqueria, touted as one of the city’s tastiest food trucks, has opened its first brick-and-mortar restaurant in the east end.
Architecture students from three Ontario universities are putting their artistic and creative skills to the test by building winter designs around public lifeguard posts at the Toronto Beaches.