Archive for 'Daniel Sellers'
Will improved winter maintenance of Toronto's busiest sidewalks snowball into something more?
For the Toronto Police's mounted unit, finding the right horse is a finicky business.
For all that it lacked in drama, the 100th Grey Cup will be remembered, by those loyal to championship-starved Toronto teams, as a win.
As they prepare to play in the 100th Grey Cup game this coming Sunday, the Toronto Argonauts look like they've righted their once-sinking ship just in time.
A secretive group of volunteers watches Toronto's rooflines in a bid to preserve a bird's dwindling urban habitat.
For fans who are used to seeing the Toronto Raptors come up short, this year's team line-up was, in some ways, a pleasant surprise.
Forty-one branches of the Toronto Public Library will again serve as free venues for artists and cultural organizers this September.
What was happening here hundred of millions of years ago?
The Hockey Summit of the Arts puts the emphasis on friendly competition again this Easter weekend.
The 1976 discovery of a unique fossil below west-end Bloor Street tells us that an extinct and little-known deer once called Toronto home.
New fees to use City fields have taken Toronto's youth-sports programs by surprise. Tuesday night, players, coaches, and organizers got a chance to share their concerns with a handful of city councillors.
The Toronto Storytelling Festival launched last night for the 34th successive year.
As the last Ice Age glacier retreated from above Toronto, its meltwater, for a time, overwhelmed the city.
Throughout the world, the Pleistocene epoch was known for its giant mammals. Toronto was no exception.
All manner of fantastical creature populated the Earth for 450 million years between the mid-Paleozoic and late-Cenozoic eras. Unfortunately, placing any of them in Toronto is simply impossible.
A brave creature crawls across a primeval seafloor that will one day be Toronto.
The Toronto-Danforth by-election to replace Jack Layton happens on March 19. Here, Torontoist aims to tell you who’s running, and why.
As new fossils continue to turn up in previously underexplored places, the ROM prepares for a summer showcase of the Southern Hemisphere's most awe-inspiring dinos.