Indigenous leaders in Toronto are urging the city’s next mayor to prioritize truth and reconciliation.
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Toronto has approved of the pilot project with details being finalized in July, under a new mayor.
The deputy mayor proclaimed April the Earth Month in Toronto. Learn more about what that means for the city, what it has been doing for the environment and what you can do to contribute.
Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie awarded organization advocating for autism as part of the Stronger TOgether program.
Twenty-five organizations in the GTA received the Toronto Community Champion Award on March 20 for their contributions to the community during the past three pandemic years. The city recognized them for their perseverance and commitment…
The City of Toronto should follow the the federal government’s decision in carefully reviewing the dangers of having TikTok on government-issued phone, three experts say.
The city has launched its call for applications for its Open Door Affordable Rental Housing Program to build more affordable homes.
A series of community fridges have popped up in Toronto during the COVID-19 pandemic, operating on the principle “take what you need and leave what you can.” But the program isn’t all sunshine and rainbows.
While many of us were inside our homes during the summer slowly adjusting to living life in a pandemic, Toronto graffiti artist Jabari “Elicser” Elliott was outdoors creating a mural in a tribute to the…
Friends and families from all over the GTA grabbed their car keys and headed to Ontario Place’s drive-in movie theatre Friday to attend Toronto’s first-ever Muslim International Film Festival (MIFF). There were 80 or more vehicles parked to watch the screening of eight short films and two feature films. Despite the pandemic, the drive-in theatre concept allowed the audience to watch the films and eat together while remaining in their own bubbles.