With Christmas music, dance and candies, the east end welcomes back the Beaches Santa Claus parade after a three-years absence.
Arts & Life
A documentary about youth in the child welfare system, created by former youth in care, will premiere to a sold-out audience at a prominent Toronto theatre.
Space for Grief is an immersive art installation held at Evergreen Brick Works on Bayview Avenue until Nov. 18.
The Day of the Dead is Mexico’s biggest celebration, and Toronto will host its own dance extravaganza Nov. 2.
When Mayor Olivia Chow announced future CaféTO program plans, she started with an apology to business owners for this year’s rollout.
The LGBTQ+ community took over the annual Just for Laughs Toronto Festival on Sept. 24, sponsored by Pride Toronto.
With many Torontonians unable to afford dining out these days, restaurants are trying to figure out how to attract customers and stay afloat. The current inflation rate in Canada is four per cent, with the…
This year’s theme at was “Taking Flight,” a celebration of human imagination, connection, and freedom of expression.
A nonprofit group is opening up three free yoga classes weekly for Black, Indigenous and radicalized women as well as non-binary people.
Keith Vander Wees is an author, musician and podcaster who uses his life story to spread awareness about schizophrenia.