East Yorkers looking for respite from the record-breaking temperatures currently blasting the city can pop by the East York Civic Centre for a breath of cold air.
Ward 27 councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam is calling for a hold on tall building developments until planned area assessments can be completed.
Paramedics were called to take a man to hospital after a serious car crash in Corktown at about 12 p.m. on Oct. 9.
Beginning Sept. 19, ride-sharing service Uber is mapping the city. Toronto is the second Canadian city to undergo this process, with Edmonton being the first.
Toronto Police Class 1503 had its highest percentage of female graduates on Thursday. The graduating class is 48 per cent women, with more than a third being a visible minority. It’s 18 per cent up from last year, an achievement the force is apparently proud of. “It’s nice to see such a diverse graduating class,” said police services board […]
Meetings are being held across the city to share views and opinions on road safety in Toronto.
Ex-employees of the 16 Goodwill locations that were suddenly closed this week are protesting the decision.
In his loss to the Liberal candidate in Scarborough Centre, Monday night, the NDP candidate called for a change from the first past the post federal election system. Wilson conceded defeat to Salma Zahid, who won the riding with a 5,661 plurality, or more than 51 per cent of the vote. Roxanne James, the Conservative, came in second with about 30 per cent of the ballots, while Wilson polled about 12 per cent for third place. In losing, Wilson called for a new voting system.