Harbourfront hosts 16th annual Day Of The Dead celebration to honour and educate others about the Mexican holiday.
Articles by Taylor Thompson
On Nov. 9, the Smiling Buddha hosted a concert promoting Toronto’s rap talent. The show was cut short when a gunshot was fired from inside the venue.
In the midst of a opioid epidemic, harm reduction advocates are pushing for TTC employees to have overdose prevention training and access to Naloxone kits.
People from all over the city are flocking to Wanda’s Pie in the Sky today, not only for a piece of home-made pie but also to join in a mathematical celebration. It’s Pi Day, a 24-hour period dedicated to celebrating the mathematical constant, Pi.
Hundreds of people from all over the province gathered in front of Queen’s Park on March 7, to protest recent cuts to the autism program by the Ford government.
Hundreds marched in freezing cold temperatures to participate in the third annual Women March On event, Sunday, Jan. 19.
More than 100 guests gathered on Saturday, Feb. 23, for the 2019 NDP women’s conference discussing legislation, bills and strategies as they head into the next three years of a Ford government.
Scarborough commuters experienced a nightmare this week as a shutdown of Line 3 lasted four days.
More than 100 people gathered on Thursday Jan. 10, 2019 to mourn the death of Crystal Papineau in the back alley of Bloorcourt Village, the location of a clothing donation bin where she died two days earlier.