A new condo development proposed on Danforth Ave is sparking debate among residents.
East York · Features
Generations of Greeks filled the sidewalks of Danforth Avenue from Donlands all the way to Broadview, for the Greek Independence Day parade.
St. Patrick’s Day is once again a time for merrymaking in Toronto, after two years of significantly scaled-down celebrations.
Despite COVID-19, the community at Ward’s Island took action in order to raise money and participate in the 40th annual Marathon of Hope.
For the last four years, “Paul the crossing guard” has been at the corner of Queen Street East and Elmer Avenue helping children and locals safely through the intersection. Now he’s saying goodbye.
It was the summer of 1973 and four keen journalism students didn’t know it yet, but they were about to create a local legacy. Today, we are saying goodbye to that legacy: The East York Observer.
While electronic devices may feature prominently on your child’s Christmas wish list, an old-fashioned gift like a construction set or art supplies might actually be a better choice, says an East York therapist.
Leaside Sports Hall of Fame recognizes Leaside Tennis Club founder Matt Sayliss posthumously. Sayliss gathered three of his neighbours, bought a tennis net, some limestone and marked the layout for two tennis courts. That was the seed that grew into what is now the Leaside Tennis Club.
June Heidrick, who owned Katies Cakes, has died from colon cancer. She was 65.
Black cats have been linked to witchcraft and Satanism, which reflects negatively on their adoption rates at rescue shelters.