With the Ontario general election just passing, highschool students were asked if they are educated enough on our Ontario government along with the policies.
Food wastage is becoming more concerning as the pandemic has brought about in both household food and restaurant waste across Toronto.
Gurpreet Sodhi, an international student, spends several nights working the counter at Circle K convenience store to help pay off his tuition
At 4 a.m. in Toronto, Kollective’s late-night techno show is still going strong. People are sweating, forcing themselves to keep dancing. Others are calling for their rides and stumbling out of the venue.
“We went to 50,000 doors during the campaign,” says new councillor Brad Bradford. “That sort of communication and engagement with residents isn’t going to stop for me now that the election is over.”
After a weekend that saw six pedestrian accidents, including one death, Toronto Police are launching a pedestrian safety campaign today.
The Canadian Council of Motor Transport Administrators (CCMTA), has recently changed its safety inspection regulations. These inspections were originally set in place to prevent crashes like that of Thursday mornings.
With Halloween just around the corner the Toronto Police and Toronto Paramedics have both produced their annual safety tips. At the top of this list this year is choosing to give children face makeup instead of masks.
Toronto Police are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing Scarborough woman. Aneisha Mahabir, 28, of Toronto was last seen on Oct. 27 at approximately 8 a.m. in the Sheppard Avenue East and…
Connie Kennedy takes the bus home late at night from her job as a daycare attendant. Usually, she has felt safe travelling by herself at that time. But now she’s more cautious as a number…