Toronto Police released security camera images Thursday morning for a male wanted in a child-luring investigation.
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Don’t be surprised if you get a sense of déjà vu as the mayor and Toronto city council wrap up the budget for 2017, this week. City council finalized the budget during a meeting scheduled for Feb. 14-15. On the chopping block for budget reductions are popular public services such as library hours, childcare and the potential closing of a men’s shelter in North York for people addressing substance-abuse. They’ve all faced similar threatened cuts in previous years.
Those under 25 will notice a significant drop in late fees at the Toronto Public Library starting this week.
This defeat of the Toronto Blue Jays in the American League Championship Series (ALCS) also marked the end of the #bookspinepoetry battle between the Toronto and Kansas City Public Libraries. On Friday night, the Kansas…
For Joshua Casino, outer space is as close as the local library. In a special room dedicated to the LEGO Club, at East York’s Jones Library, Joshua’s mother Lisa Casino asked what he’ d made…
The Toronto Public Library scrapped its pilot program to buy used books for its collection today.
On Feb. 14, Mary Spence and about two dozen others gathered at the Bloor/Gladstone library to watch the classic film An Affair to Remember. “It’s nice to have something to do on Valentine’s Day,” said Spence, 75. “Ever since my husband died I’ve been spending a lot more time here.”
Conjure up “library” in your mind’s eye. What you see probably does not involve a glitzy star-studded soiree, but that’s what the Toronto Public Library Foundation is running Feb. 6 for its ninth Book Lover’s Ball.
Reading can take a person to so many places. They could be transported back to the past, to imaginary worlds or taught new skills.
Last week Scarborough seniors gathered for an afternoon of creative writing and thoughtful discussion. Scarborough Arts launched their first Scarborough Seniors Write workshop on Sept. 26 at the Kennedy/Eglinton Toronto Public Library. Every week they work on developing their creative writing, poetry, story sharing and digital media skills.