Toronto Police Services has presented the results from its body camera pilot project to its evaluation board.
Articles by Scott Dell
The price of the Saturday edition of the Toronto Star will rise from three dollars to three dollars and fifty cents on September 19.
Up and down Pape Street and along Danforth Avenue in Toronto’s Greektown, you will find one thing on every corner — souvlaki. The Observer canvassed the neighbourhood known for its servings of chicken and pork dishes in search of some of the best souvlaki Greektown has to offer.
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.
In 2015, the number of minutes TTC vehicles were delayed shrank by 13 percent. But East Yorkers aren’t seeing a difference.
Professor Victoria McArthur remembers some of the greatest female heroes in gaming history.
The Canadian women’s soccer team is heading to Texas to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janero, rallying behind team leader Christine Sinclair.
Local comedians are catching their big breaks, and it’s all thanks to the falling loonie.
Paul Scully remembers his first day on active duty in the military. “Your knees shake; your hands shake; your adrenaline pumps; your heart’s pounding,” he said.
The Liberal Party struck a blow at the heart of the NDP power base as Craig Scott lost his seat in the riding of Toronto-Danforth.