Bill 23 faces strong opposition from municipalities, organizations and residents for not addressing affordability and other concerns.
Articles by Noor Abduljabbar
Parents in East York say they are desperate for children’s Tylenol, amid a “multi-demic” of respiratory infections like Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV), flu, bacterial pneumonia, COVID-19 and asthma.
Tenants in Thorncliffe Park and Gowan Avenue buildings are fighting against an above-the-guideline rent increase proposed by Starlight investments. Tenants of Starlight investments properties in the two areas said that in May of this year,…
The lack of affordable housing has become a prominent issue for east-end residents in this year’s municipal election campaigns.
A new condo development proposed on Danforth Ave is sparking debate among residents.
Canadians are struggling to maintain food security due to soaring grocery prices, and it’s costing them their money and health, one expert says. “Food insecurity is associated with great risk for a wide range of…
The TTC says police presence will be increased on public transit amid safety concerns after a shooting in a subway station in New York.
Toronto plans to decommission five temporary COVID-19 homeless shelters in Toronto this year, while extending leases on the remaining sites.
Upper beaches cafe receives an outpouring support from community after getting abuse and threats from anti-vaxxers for enforcing vaccine mandates.
Home cooks from around the world made a comfort-food favourite on Family Day in support of Toronto’s Daily Bread Food Bank. The Chef Upstairs, a cooking studio in Toronto, hosted the world’s largest virtual cooking…