“If only I’d known all the great things East General was doing all this time, I’d been banging on their door ages ago,” Downey said.
Articles by Nazaneen Baqizada
Falling behind on your decorating to-do list this season? We’ve got you covered.
The Observer took a stroll of the East York area to showcase some of the stores selling Christmas trees and decorations.
Metrolinx has increased the fines for behavioural offences. You will be fined $150 for selling to the public without permission, while something like going barefoot will cost you $75.
If you live in Toronto, you’ve probably seen some kind of building construction throughout the city.
While the city’s condo business is booming, this year new apartment buildings under construction hit a 25-year high.
More than a thousand fans lined up outside to get a good spot in the small venue. Toronto Observer talked to some ‘beliebers’ to see how they’ve been holding up.
The local hospital opened up a stage of mock-up rooms in their new patient care tower that they’ve been working on since September. The rooms are designed to test out everything before they are actually built.
With both the Blue Jays and the federal elections in play tonight, the Canadian public had more than one team to root for.
If you’ve ever been in desperate need of coffee but don’t have the patience to wait in long lines to order, you’re in luck.
On Oct. 1, more than 20,000 young people came together to celebrate We Day at the Air Canada Centre.
One of the most popular shopping areas in the city, The Toronto Eaton Centre, is adding a little something extra to its name.