There are few experiences as universal as the feeling of elation that comes from eating a warm, home-cooked meal. For a group of recently settled Syrian women in Toronto, that feeling allowed them to transcend cultural and linguistic barriers to create a community united by food.
Articles by Joseph Burrell
In recalling Toronto’s role on the world stage as a paragon of functional city planning, John Sewell didn’t pull punches.
Toronto Police Division 54 held a presentation on security and how to reduce the risk of break-ins at S. Walter Stewart Library on Monday.
Jennifer Reid has lived at 500 Dawes Rd. in East York since 2015. For her, it has been nothing but a nightmare. When she first moved in, the screen door to her balcony was broken. It still has yet to be repaired, in 2017.
Tom Power’s grandparents were born in Newfoundland before it became a Canadian province. Through his family, Power learned an appreciation for traditional Irish folk music, but through that love of music, he discovered legends like Leonard Cohen, Neil Young and k.d. lang. He credits Canadian music as a key factor inspiring his admiration for the country his family now belongs to.
The Muslim Association of Canada and Masjid Toronto, which was the site of a Celebrate Islamophobia protest on Saturday, is hosting an open house tomorrow in response to last week’s picketers.
Toronto police have released the image of a suspect wanted for robbery and the assault of an 18-year-old woman at Fiction nightclub Saturday.
The editor-in-chief of the controversial Your Ward News doesn’t see the recent legal actions taken against him as much of a threat.