Toronto Drug Checking Service is planning a two-year expansion of its program, thanks to a new grant from Health Canada.
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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.
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.
The lack of affordable housing has become a prominent issue for east-end residents in this year’s municipal election campaigns.
A new condo development proposed on Danforth Ave is sparking debate among residents.
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…
If you voted in the ridings of Scarborough North or Scarborough Southwest during the recent Ontario Provincial Election, you probably noticed the option to vote for a candidate representing the “None of The Above Party.”
Toronto’s growing Gen Z population faces yet another roadblock ahead as real estate prices sky-rocket, and the future of owning a home looks bleak.
A sudden rise in gas prices and auto insurance has left Scarborough residents questioning if driving is still affordable.
Election time is usually the moment when people’s voices are heard and issues are addressed, but some members of the 2SLGBTQ+ community feel they have been ignored.