The weather in Ontario is becoming warmer and more erratic because of climate change. Urban areas such as Toronto get the brunt of the impact.
Despite the cancellation of its Santa Claus Parade for the third year in a row, Community Centre 55 continues its holiday season activities.
Jay Singh, CEO of dirt bike company EvoqueCA helps vehicles stuck in the major snowstorm on Jan. 17.
As many golf courses close for the winter, Torontonians can continue to play during the winter thanks to the prevalence of indoor golf.
CaféTO has made their patios permanet giving Toronto a second shot at having winter patios
Winterlicious is a boon for Toronto’s foodies. Midwinter is a slow time for restaurants in Toronto.
Today’s light snow is having a bigger impact than usual on some Toronto residents due to the warming winters.
Toronto prepares for its first major snowfall of 2020. With 15 centimetres of snow expected, the city is ready to handle it.
As temperatures drop and snow storms become the norm for February, Toronto’s cycling community has struggled with the state of the bike lanes.
weather isn’t the only thing in the way of getting around as Toronto faces a salt price hike