For the first time, Toronto’s Fire Services, Police Force and Paramedics collaborated and organized the 911 Challenge for the Movember Foundation.
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Andria Hill-Lehr, author of Mona Parsons: From Privilege to Prison, from Nova Scotia to Nazi Europe, shared the story of Parsons.
Ontario will join Alberta, British Columbia, and Manitoba in exempting helmets for turban-wearing Sikh motorcyclists.
The use of flame retardants is a social justice issue, an environmental chemistry professor told a small audience at S. Walter Stewart Library on Oct. 2.
A mayoral candidate’s safer streets proposal isn’t fresh, it could work. All it needs is the city and councils support.
A pot shop opening half a kilometre from a school has created an irrational amount of fear in parents and a platform for Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne to get more votes.
Will the real Pride Toronto please stand up?
As one hockey league begins the long journey to the Stanley Cup, another has already handed one out.
Dozens of demonstrators held a die-in in front of city hall Monday evening, hoping it would send the mayor and city council members a message.
Torontonians have been shaken by these murders and shocked that their city may have housed another serial murderer.