Protestors staged a unique protest at Queen’s Park supporting long-term care workers and staff members.
On Friday April 5, students were invited to walk out of class for Toronto’s second climate action strike.
Protesters of the Ford government’s proposed education cuts staged an impromptu rally off Highway 401 after their bus broke down en route from Whitby to Queen’s Park on Saturday.
Toronto students protested in front of Queen’s Park on Friday and called for politicians to act against climate change and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Hundreds of people from all over the province gathered in front of Queen’s Park on March 7, to protest recent cuts to the autism program by the Ford government.
Hundreds marched in freezing cold temperatures to participate in the third annual Women March On event, Sunday, Jan. 19.
Ontario post-secondary students marched in Toronto to protest recent changes to the Ontario Student Assistance Program.
In 1991, Abbas Hussain Zaidi began organizing one of the largest religious processions in Canada. He faced some early challenges, including late responses from religious centres, but he had big plans for the event.
A poll conducted by DART Insight and Communications and commissioned by NewsTalk 1010 found that three-quarters of Torontonians want new leadership at Queen’s Park. 79 per cent of East York residents hold that sentiment.
After moving to Canada in 2016, a Rohingya refugee embarked on a journey to help his community, through journalism.