A yet-to-be-released film follows the Toronto activist through her experiences in the justice system after being raped by a fellow York University student.
This year's festival strived harder than usual for inclusiveness, accessibility and awareness.
Former members are speaking out in desperate pleas to reunite families.
The larger concern is a provincial government playing politics with Toronto's transit.
Last weekend marked the 50th anniversary of the annual celebration of Caribbean and African culture.
What began in Toronto in 2011 has now grown an international movement against sexual violence and victim blaming.
TIFF Lightbox retrospective on the remarkable career of the actor/director runs August 4 to September 2.
Other cities are enjoying a ridership boom, but Toronto is struggling to just keep the riders it has. What could we learn from other cities?
A full-time minimum wage worker takes home $25,877. In Toronto where rent averages $2,000 a month, that means living in poverty.
At a recent town hall, a concerned crowd told that there's no new information into the search for the vanishing men from the Village.
When Donald Trump mocked a disabled reporter during the election campaign, where was Melania?
The CBC devotes 5,000 words to the redemption of one white man, but completely erases the racism hurled at POC players during the same baseball game.
Blockobana will be taking up space at Caribana with queer Black pride on August 6 in Regent Park.
Toronto Police have established a new task force to investigate a link into the cases. Meanwhile, a town hall meeting is planned for Tuesday at The 519 on Church Street.
Art cars and futuristic Vikings all arrived in an empty parking lot in the Junction last weekend.
The beach will re-open on July 31 after being closed to the public since May due to extensive flooding.
Toronto has a long history of white nationalists using "free speech" as a cover for extremism.
Fill your belly with steamy and savoury Tibetan and Nepali dumplings at the third annual momo crawl on July 30, hosted by Students for a Free Tibet Canada.