16 Bars is an initiative for Toronto youth to channel their familiarity with hip-hop into artistic expression. Members arrange dance workshops and performance tutorials led by themselves or hired instructors.
Premier Kathleen Wynne and the provincial government have committed $100 million over three years to carry out Walking Together, a long-term plan to end violence against indigenous women.
Organizers of Pride Toronto are elated Justin Trudeau will partake in the summer celebration, the first Canadian prime minister to do so.
New Ontario birth certificates begin rolling out Wednesday.
Greektown resident John Galaktopolous came out to celebrate his heritage on March 29. “It’s freedom day,” he said. “That’s what it’s all about. We are a strong nation.” More than 15,000 people lined the Danforth, between Jones and Chester avenues, to watch the Greek Independence Day parade on Sunday.
TTCriders are calling for better transit funding from the Ontario government, following a surprise fuel leak at College Station that made tens of thousands of Toronto commuters late for work this morning.
For her part, Wynne said, “We are at a moment where there are more people paying attention and so we have to seize that moment and make some gains.”
Premier Kathleen Wynne said she’s heard complaints of sexual harassment but isn’t releasing the names of the accused. Nov. 5, federal Liberal leader, Justin Trudeau announced that two Liberal MPs have been suspended from caucus because of…
One day before the federal health minister’s Oct. 1 announcement that Canada is working on a national strategy on dementia, a high-profile Ontario politician said government is “acting far too slowly.”
A long-time Ontario micro-brewer does not support a proposed move to sell beer in convenience stores.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario and the Ontario Convenience Stores Association contend that allowing the sale of beer in convenience stores would be a significant improvement for the liquor industry in Ontario, particularly that of the growing craft brew industry. But for Ken Woods, president of the Black Oak Brewing Company, in Oakville, Ont., he is perfectly happy with the current system. “The best way to get our beer to customers is with the LCBO and The Beer Store,” Woods said, “And we’ve been very successful through them.”