Ending up on top at the end of a competition may be the goal, but for one publishing company, having two books nominated in the Scotiabank Giller Prize is a great honour in itself
The 12th annual Kite Fest kicked off recently, featuring the very best in traditional and ethnic-inspired designs
Thanks to the legalization of e-bikes in Ontario, Alastair Russell will find cycling on Toronto streets a little easier – not to mention his target market has just expanded.
The Toronto community of East York has long had a particularly activist chapter of the Schizophrenia Society of Ontario, and this October, which also happens to be Schizophrenia Awareness Month, the East York chapter is…
Mike Barwick is a big movie buff. He owns about 250 movies, and buys a new one about once a week. Recently, on a stroll through Toronto’s Chinatown, he bought a brand-new copy of “Poseidon”…
Single mother, Gloria Pena describes giving birth to her son Guillermo as one of the happiest days of her life. After holding him for the first time, Pena says she knew the nine months of…
Sidewalk artists Victor Fraser and Dave ‘Chalkmaster’ Johnston feel the key to beautifying Toronto is right beneath us
Controversial new airline goes wheels-up, and some of the island airport’s neighbours aren’t looking forward to the racket.
After receiving a poor mark on an environmental assessment, Toronto still has a bright spot hidden in the smog.
In Toronto, luxuries for your dog or cat are a business, and business is booming