A sudden rise in gas prices and auto insurance has left Scarborough residents questioning if driving is still affordable.
The Toronto Observer is a proud supporter of the international World News Day event to showcase how journalism matters. The one-day campaign, being held Monday Sept. 28, 2020, involves nearly 150 news organizations around the world, including The Globe and Mail, The Straits Times, CNN, the BBC and more.
Black cats have been linked to witchcraft and Satanism, which reflects negatively on their adoption rates at rescue shelters.
It’s time for a celebration, Toronto.
The 2017 North American Indigenous Games officially got underway Sunday evening, with the opening ceremonies taking place at York University’s Aviva Centre.
The World Cup of Hockey 2016 tournament garnered mixed reviews and inconsistent attendance. Some fans enjoyed themselves at the free viewing parties outside the Air Canada Centre, while some within the hockey community, including amateur players who might be expected to feel a deeper connection to the event, were lukewarm.
Almost one year later, students of Secord Public School are again dealing with the poor conditions of their portables.
Observer Radio News for Monday April 13, 2015 at 1:30 p.m.
First-time candidate Randy Bucao never thought the colour of his olive skin was going to be a problem in his campaign during the recent 2014 Toronto municipal election. A mechanical engineer who moved to Canada in 1994, he’s been heavily involved with the city’s Catholic school board, and his Filipino-Canadian organizations in Toronto. Bucao knew he would face a challenge campaigning for a council seat in a heavily ethnic area, Ward 10, York-Centre, but not blatant racism from some residents.
Plan Canada gave 24 artists a single page from a photo book to act as their inspiration for an art piece. The book, titled “Every Day Is Malala Day”, is a collection of photographs of…
About 50 people marked the “Global Day of Action”, a campaign held Feb. 27 in more than 30 countries, to call for the release of Al Jazeera journalists Peter Greste, Baher Mohamed and Mohamed Fahmy.