The Minister of Education is raving about the success of the full-day kindergarten but at least one teacher is not happy with the new system.
When Rob Ford walked into the council chambers at Toronto City Hall, Antionette Wassilyn fluttered her arms around her heart; she seemed star struck by the new mayor. “Oh my gosh. He’s the best Christmas present Toronto could get,” she said. “I’m just so excited to be here.”
A Toronto cycling advocate supports the arrival of a new bike-sharing enterprize in the city. Bixi offers cyclists, who buy monthly or annual passes, a service to share bikes on a user need basis. Already popular in Montreal, London and Paris, Bixi will be inaugurated in Toronto in May next year. Over 1,000 bikes will […]
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.
As a year-round cyclist, Yvonne Bambrick knows how to get around Toronto. So when she goes from Queen and Spadina up to York Mills and Leslie to work, she knows exactly what path to take. That is, until she found another path on a website called Ride the City.
The Toronto East General hospital (TEGH) is reviewing its security policies in the wake of a jewellery theft from an 83-year-old woman on her deathbed last week.
Pens and pencils fly across the pages as the students concentrate on their work. The room is quiet until the teacher announces, “OK, let’s share.” It sounds like a typical classroom, but it is not. On this Tuesday morning, Lauren Kirshner leads 10 women through creative writing classes at the Sistering drop-in centre in the west-end neighbourhood of Parkdale.
One size doesn’t fit all. That’s the message city councillor Adam Vaughan says needs to be heard by planners at Toronto Solid Waste Management.