Proposed changes to Bickford Park's layout have reignited an age-old feud between different groups of users.
Mayor says provincial funding cut will mean a loss of services in Toronto.
Math + Art = Excellent.
This puppet cabaret makes for a wonderful evening.
One of downtown's few remaining Art Deco office towers will leave a rich artistic legacy, but only on its facade.
At a community meeting, Toronto police officers spoke to rattled residents of a condo building that was recently the site of a high-profile gang bust.
Luminato 2013's nightly Courtyard Review is proving to be one of the festival's most exciting programs.
The ninth-annual ReelHeart Film Festival has no time for unifying themes.
Welcome back, summer! It's nice to (officially) see you again. In the news: the city's out a big chunk of provincial cash, Blair defends his silence after raids, cops are upping outreach near Dixon Road, and a newly-opened federal riding is already attracting political aspirations.
In today's Urban Planner:
Toronto 2 by henryhill125
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Toronto Public Library has revealed the titles of items people complained about in 2012.
“There are lots of reasons to get rid of this mayor and the best way to do it is at the ballot box, ’cause then they can stop whining about it.”
In a brief statement to the media, Mayor Rob Ford tried to shift blame away from himself and onto "activists."
Are Toronto's insects adequately housed, or should we take a lesson from the French?
After a long legal saga, Mayor Rob Ford has won a conflict of interest lawsuit that once imperiled his job.
Toronto's growing survivalist movement strikes a balance between sustainable living, wilderness survival, and crisis preparation.
There are some things you just don't want to wait for, so here we go: happy summer, folks. In the news: Toronto Community Housing vows to do something about senior citizen evictions, the TDSB keeps a music program, the plastic bag debate gets put to bed, and the Centre Island hedge maze might be coming back.
In today's Urban Planner: a Pride-themed outdoor dance party, Hillary Clinton speaks, and The Sheepdogs play the Open Roof Festival.
The Bottle Garden #2 by geowelch