Residents of neighbourhoods across Toronto will be affected by continuing construction of the new Ontario Line. Worries have pushed residents near Pape Avenue to action.
A much-loved Toronto band called Communism re-appeared in their favourite Beaches venue on April 6 after a three-year hiatus.
The East York Hall of Fame is inducting five people from the community in their second-ever ceremony on June 1.
After a long day of work and running errands, Nazira Hindwan just wanted to take a shower and relax on the couch with her mother, while they talked about their day over a hot meal….
Deputy Mayor Jennifer McKelvie awarded organization advocating for autism as part of the Stronger TOgether program.
It’s a tradition of spring in Toronto. With the disappearance of ice and snow, the demand for roofing repairs increases, along with roofing scams posing a threat to homeowners. Workers disguised as roofing contractors are…
Leni Poki is a brand new café that just opened in Leslieville.
The cannabis market has been experiencing a massive recession in recent years due in part to the growth of the illicit market.
By starting a petition to reimagine a sustainable Taste of the Danforth, one resident is encouraging the community to work toward a more eco-friendly event to benefit everyone.
An indoor developmental centre in East York is changing the landscape of Canadian baseball.