The city has launched its call for applications for its Open Door Affordable Rental Housing Program to build more affordable homes.
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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.
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University of Toronto’s Student Success Centre is a career centre geared towards helping its students with everything from career counselling to professional skills.
The old line was going to run from Pape to Osgoode, and cover much less ground. Now, parts of the Yonge line are proposed extend as far as Richmond Hill, and the community is excited.
With $550, Torontonians can get a fancy meal underneath a highway, but probably not a place to live–cue hundreds of protesters gathering outside a posh dining experience on Friday that opened weeks after homeless encampments were evicted from the area. Dinner with a View, a pop-up series that serves top-chef meals in human sized terrariums, opened at The Bentway at 250 Fort York Blvd. on March 28. The Ontario Coalition Against Poverty (OCAP) organized the gathering around the venue with a counter event, Dinner with a View–of the Rich.
Eaton Centre is one of the biggest malls in Toronto with plenty of shoppers from international students to tourists at anytime of year.
Local residents had a lot to clean up after the storm. Some decided it was best just to stay home.