One thing that remains constant across almost every culture is the love for sport. That is what a group of baseball and softball enthusiasts from Hong Kong discovered upon immigrating to Toronto.
The city has opened applications for a new Housing Rights Advisory Committee to give advice to the city council about Toronto’s current housing crisis.
Maple Leafs Sports Entertainment employee and Western University masters student Brianna Nicolas is aiming to make the sports industry a better place.
Toronto’s mayoral byelection not only broke the record for the number of candidates running, it’s igniting discussions regarding the requisite qualifications needed for candidacy. Candidates like Meir Straus, 18, the youngest in the race, is…
What will happen when public transportation safety become one of the focuses of election?
As the Toronto mayoral byelection on June 26 approaches, one candidate stands out from the pool of 102 contenders to captivate voters’ attention.
Food banks in Toronto are calling on the government to make an immediate change after the number of people accessing them monthly has reached its highest.
Residents of neighbourhoods across Toronto will be affected by continuing construction of the new Ontario Line. Worries have pushed residents near Pape Avenue to action.
The East York Hall of Fame is inducting five people from the community in their second-ever ceremony on June 1.
With thrift stores hiking their prices, clothes swapping has become a sustainable alternative to refresh your wardrobe.