Toronto Drug Checking Service is planning a two-year expansion of its program, thanks to a new grant from Health Canada.
Articles by Luis Felipe Mussalem
Health officials are preparing to fight the expected spread of flu and COVID-19 viruses over the coming winter.
This year’s theme at was “Taking Flight,” a celebration of human imagination, connection, and freedom of expression.
The city has opened applications for a new Housing Rights Advisory Committee to give advice to the city council about Toronto’s current housing crisis.
According to the 2021 Toronto Police report, 38 hate crime incidents were sexuality and/or gender motivated.
Twenty-five organizations in the GTA received the Toronto Community Champion Award on March 20 for their contributions to the community during the past three pandemic years. The city recognized them for their perseverance and commitment…
Feb. 11 was opening day for the Giant Maze, a structure covering more than 14,000 square feet and standing about seven feet tall.
The plan came in 2020 to promote outside dining spaces in a moment when it was the only option. Almost three years after, potential changes to CaféTO might affect local restaurants.