In Ward 26/Don Valley West, incumbent John Parker has jumped out to an early lead, but former police officer Jon Burnside is challenging; early returns have the two separated by fewer than 400 votes.
Council candidate Jane Pitfield says the Danforth business owners need the help of the city.
The candidate for Ward 29 said parts of the Danforth, between Coxwell and Victoria Park avenues, have been falling into decay.
East York Collegiate’s junior girls’ basketball team is midway through its season, continuing a streak of success. After a perfect record and city championship last year, they have yet to lose this season.
East York Collegiate’s senior football team was defeated by the Lawrence Park Panthers by the remarkable score of 1-0. The game’s only point came moments into the fourth quarter after a missed 20-yard field-goals attempt by the Panthers that East York was not able to run out of the end zone.
For the second straight year, the Leaside Lancers stole the show at East York Collegiate’s annual Friday Night Lights game.
Nestled on the corner of Cosburn and Gledhill Avenues, is a small club celebrating a big milestone.
Playing in one of the most famous Grey Cup games in history is obviously an honour, but for Nick Volpe it got even better than that.
Christina Kyritsis is not your average teenager.
All Maureen Codd wanted to do was move into an apartment building with a clean slate. “Don’t do anything,” was her motto and she hoped no issues would get in the way. All of that changed the morning of July 20, 2008, when a hydro vault explosion sent flames through her 2 Secord Place apartment. […]
The world of witchcraft and wizardry has landed in Toronto.