What was first suspected of being a break-in at Noor’s Fine Foods turned out to be a fire early this morning.
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Those under 25 will notice a significant drop in late fees at the Toronto Public Library starting this week.
The Sexual Assault Roadshow will spend the following weeks at OCAD University and Ryerson University before it shuts down for the winter.
Upon her introduction to the A4 challenge, also known as the Paper Thin challenge, Andrea Miller, a GTA-based registered dietitian called the activity that has gone viral on social media “crazy.” To win, an A4 sized piece of printing paper must completely conceal a person’s waist when held up against it.
16 Bars is an initiative for Toronto youth to channel their familiarity with hip-hop into artistic expression. Members arrange dance workshops and performance tutorials led by themselves or hired instructors.
The exhibit featured photographs and a video documenting moments as far back as when Native American tribes lived near the Don River, and relatively recently, when Thorncliffe Park Raceway was operating.
On Tuesday CTV’s Marci Ien hosted a night dedicated to some of the country’s most empowering black women.
A mural at York University is under attack after television and film executive Paul Bronfman decided to withdraw his support of the university due to charges the artwork is anti-Semitic.
Torontonians can expect a series of reports in the next few weeks on the viability of John Tory’s plan for the transit system, following up the initial SmartTrack Ridership Forecasts presented on Jan. 19.