Toronto police service are asking the public for help in selecting a site for a proposed modern police station.
It was September and the image of Alan Kurdi, the three-year-old boy who drowned trying to flee Syria with his family, was making global headlines. The image became a symbol for the millions of Syrians who were making desperate attempts to escape their war-torn homeland. For eight new mothers living in Toronto’s east end, the horrifying image […]
Gentrification. Most people agree it’s a loaded word. Depending on where you sit on the property ladder, it could mean enjoying the boon of higher property values, or the fear of being displaced by them. The latest neighbourhood in Toronto’s east end to see this kind of change is the strip of the Danforth from Greenwood Avenue to Main Street, sometimes referred to as Danforth East.
Joanne Clayton woke up to quite a scene outside her window the morning of Nov. 30. The owner and operator of Relish Bar & Grill on Danforth Avenue East, was jarred from sleep by the sound of a loud crash from below.