Toronto Police have arrested a 17-year-old male in connection with a series of carjacking incidents near Woodbine and Danforth avenues.
3P Computers is the latest victim in a string of daytime robberies near Pape and Danforth Avenues.
Members of the Greek community took the streets of Greektown on Sunday to take part in the annual Greek Independence Day parade. There was music, food, dancing, traditional clothes and more.
Meredith Johnson is cycling with a friend down Midland Avenue. They both stop to make a right turn, and in unison they lift their left arms out and up to signal before they make the turn.
“I first learned about signalling from a childhood friend’s parents who used to bring me along on their family bike rides,” she said.
Johnson, 26, is a Torontonian who cycles everywhere. She commutes via bike year round, so she’s quite used to signalling.
Sweet aromas fill the air above the patio of The Greek Boy restaurant along Toronto’s Danforth Avenue. The owner Dimitri Liasardakis is hard at work behind the counter. “I was born in Greece and it feels like home (here) in Greektown,” he said. Liasardakis also feels at home with his current councillor. “It’s very important to […]
The Art of the Danforth Festival, presented by East End Arts, is a 10-day-long event starting today, May 2, and is intended to reflect and connect the diverse identities of the East Danforth neighbourhood, stretching from Greenwood to Woodbine Station.