A proposed bill means that some LGBTQ couples would not have to start their family with a lie.
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Each week, Torontoist examines the upcoming TV listings and makes note of programs that are entertaining, informative, and of quality. Or, alternately, none of those. The result: Televisualist.
Today is a huge day: the conclusion of a long and tiresome federal election campaign *and* Game 3 of the Blue Jays' first playoff run in over 20 years. Take in some news before you head out to enjoy your momentous day. The police budget is set to increase next year, what voters need to know, and threats against Ontario universities are part of online pranking "echo chambers."
Robert Wilkes' pre-secret ballot federal election campaigns in Toronto Centre.
Who's gonna watch some batball today? Some Joey Bats-ball? It's going to be great! (Unless it's awful like it was last night.) In the news, first, though: the new city manager is not opposed to taxes, the TTC is considering suing Bombardier over late streetcars, and polling stations are meeting job actions in more than 350 Toronto public schools on Monday.
Who Toronto's newspapers have backed in federal election campaigns.
Cliff Cardinal's Huff is a heartbreaker, while Lisa Dwan's Beckett Trilogy gives great mouth.
Don't watch the results roll in alone—check out one of these events to ensure you're in good company.
We offer our endorsement for the federal election on October 19.
Our helpful tips on how to get the most out of a beer festival.
A little homage to Toronto's past.
The Jays start their AL championship series today against the Kansas City Royals, and the federal election is in just three days. Two long nightmares (the Jays drought and this extended campaign) are at their end. Sometimes life truly is good. In the news: Metrolinx, baseball, and untidy schools.
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The 16th annual imagineNATIVE festival brings together indigenous filmmakers and artists to share the narratives that governments have sought to erase.
Everything you wanted to know about PRESTO, Toronto's green transit smart cards.
The provocative indigenous Canadian artist stages a confrontation with history in his largest installation to date.