Until Oct. 31, Haunted Walk is offering a series of ghost tours around the downtown campuses of the University of Toronto.
It is the night before Halloween and Valeria Mazlova is teaching adults how to do the tango.
On Halloween night, coaches and members from Toronto Newsgirls Boxing Club came together, dressed as clowns, at the Church and Wellesley annual parade with a mission.
Toronto Police are warning the public after dishwashing pods were discovered in children’s candy bags on Halloween.
Halloween may have passed, but who says you can’t experience the horror all year around? Below is a countdown of four events you must go to and experience. 4. Haunted Walk — Toronto Whether it’s fall…
The days after Halloween are often spent indulging in the collected treats, but this year parents may need to spend time checking that the treats are safe to eat.
Toronto is known widely for its beautiful sights and great history, but many are unfamiliar with the city’s ghosts. When the lights go out on the streets of Toronto, some say that’s when ghosts and spirits begin to roam the pathways and buildings.
Of all the scenarios that humans fear, the thought of losing one’s child is among the most terrifying.
This is something some horror novelists understand. At the International Festival of Authors recently, four acclaimed authors talked about their greatest fears — and how they use them to terrify readers.
Costumes, creepiness and candy. When those are the words that pop up in conversation more than anything else, you know Halloween is just around the corner. As decorations get more intricate and costumes get flashier,…
Can’t decide what to do this year for Halloween? Here are five Halloween events happening in Toronto this week.