For people throughout East York the cost of living has continued to rise, from housing, to running a business, to food.
Articles by Jamie Casemore
On Friday 55,000 Canadian Union of Public employees began their strike and protest of the provincial governments use of the notwithstanding clause
John Tory was able to win a third term as mayor, but nine new councillors could shake up the Toronto political landscape
With the municipal election coming, Brad Bradford of Beaches-East York is vying for re-election against six other candidates.
Dupuis said she has been interested in provincial politics for a while, as she sees intersection between provincial responsibilities and her experiences as a scientist and an educator.
Easter this year falls on April 17 and unlike the last two Easters, it is able to be celebrated without significant restrictions.
Hugh’s Room was priced out of their original location in March of 2020 and has found a new home in East Toronto.
St. Patrick’s Day is once again a time for merrymaking in Toronto, after two years of significantly scaled-down celebrations.
With the spread of the Omicron variant, Lunar New Year celebrations had to, once again, be significantly scaled back.
For people that use transit, the storm on Jan. 17 caused major delays, but it also showed ways the TTC can improve in the future.