Supporters cheering on Paula Fletcher’s victory on Oct. 24 were not disappointed as she received 74 per cent of the vote in Toronto-Danforth.
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Now that the Ontario general election is over, the province’s physicians say the re-elected Progressive Conservative party needs to move quickly to address the problems plaguing the health-care system. “We need to work together to…
Find out what changes each provincial party would make to Scarborough public transit like GO and the TTC in the upcoming election.
As election pressure intensifies in Toronto’s east end, many voters are experiencing feelings of overload and perplexity given the extent of similarities between the Liberal party and the New Democratic Party (NDP). Though both leaders…
Mental health workers are now available in 911 call centres and respond to emergency calls in some Toronto neighbourhoods.
Most of the 350 buildings TCHC either owns or manages are between 40 and 50 years old. Is Toronto public housing susceptible to a fire like the one that ravaged Twin Parks?
Generations of Greeks filled the sidewalks of Danforth Avenue from Donlands all the way to Broadview, for the Greek Independence Day parade.
The founder of Help a Girl Out launched the 5,000 reusables project in 2021 to reduce the surge of menstrual products destined to reach landfills and fight period poverty in a sustainable way.
St. Patrick’s Day is once again a time for merrymaking in Toronto, after two years of significantly scaled-down celebrations.
While the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting access to feminine hygiene products, an organization called The Personal Care Bank (TPCB) continues to open up cabinets filled with free personal care items in areas across Toronto.