Leaside Curling Club’s own Team Epping hit, drew, and swept their way to the top, winning the Recharge With Milk Tankard.
The Art of the Danforth Festival, presented by East End Arts, is a 10-day-long event starting today, May 2, and is intended to reflect and connect the diverse identities of the East Danforth neighbourhood, stretching from Greenwood to Woodbine Station.
Toronto Comicon opened its doors on March 7th, and brought with it more celebrities, retailers and fans then ever before.
When 21-year-old Kiwayne knocked on the door of Covenant House, in Toronto, he had been living without a home intermittently for four years. Kiwayne was forced to leave his foster family at the age of 17. “Being so young and trying to manage paying rent, buying food, going to school and working a full-time job […]
Kensington Market’s newest neighbour is a Loblaws Superstore. The grocery store giant has announced it will open a new store in the Toronto neighbourhood as part of a mixed-use condo project located on College Street and Spadina Avenue. Toronto Observer’s Brittany Campbell went to Kensington to hear from residents. )
A 28-year-old man was captured by police officers while attempting to flee from a sixth-floor window after allegedly assaulting a woman, police said.
It was a successful day for Toronto’s Holy Trinity Church as organizers hosted the first ever Winter Fair for Family Day. It saw children and their parents gathering together to enjoy a day of games, prizes and lots of food. Toronto Observer reporter Deidra Barton was there to capture all the excitement.