Toronto’s efforts to become more walkable and bike-friendly helped it reach number nine, but Richard Florida has something to say about that.
Articles by Natalia Albuquerque
Metropolismag, a monthly magazine about design and architecture, has recently named Toronto one of the most liveable cities in the world.
It started 32 years ago as a single-presentation program with about 100 participants. Now the latest edition of Toronto’s Veg Food Fest promises to be the largest in North America.
TTC pub crawl — the concept is simple. There are bars, pubs and taverns close to every subway station along the TTC lines making it easy for commuters to hop off, grab a beer and jump back on the subway over to the next station where they can check out other watering holes and neighbourhoods. The trouble is that most people don’t know it exists.
Centennial College’s Story Arts Centre recently hosted Up All Night: a 12-hour event for mental health in the workplace that lasted well into the morning. The aim was to create conversations about the mental health of millennials as they transition into the workforce.
4/20—for April 20 is the international cannabis culture holiday and Torontonians will be marching to Yonge-Dundas square to rally for the legalization of recreational marijuana use.
Taking care of the environment isn’t only for activists … or men. Although research published by the Journal of Arboriculture says only 10 per cent of their industry is represented by women, some female youth in…
Why some medical professionals are reluctant to talk to the media about important health matters.
To help Canadians keep within their budgets, two food industry professionals are sharing tips to save on groceries.
Over a week since the cancellation of “Canada 150 Give Back” campaign due the economic chill, Toronto seems to have no plans for celebrating the country’s sesquicentennial.