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.
Here's our picks for 10 sensational must-see shows at the upcoming 2017 festival
Blockobana will be taking up space at Caribana with queer Black pride on August 6 in Regent Park.
Looking for local places to travel this summer? There are wonderful places to explore in the Greenbelt.
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.
This week, Aisha Brown and Georgea Brooks headline stand-up shows; in town concerts from Doldrums, Sloan, and Dorothea Paas; crawl Parkdale for Tibetan momos, the waterfront for Iranian culture, and Campbell House for Toronto's Prohibition history.
Toronto has a long history of white nationalists using "free speech" as a cover for extremism.
Five stunning hotels that will give visitors to Toronto a glimpse into the past.
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.
The transit service should treat harassment complaints with the same urgency and resources as they do fare evasion.
Neil Gaiman's epic clash between the new gods with the old for the soul of America comes to life, mostly in and around Toronto.
A key figure within the Canadian Arts and Crafts movement, and well-connected to the cultural elite, Toronto architect Eden Smith made a lasting impact on the urban fabric of the city.
And why we should all be thanking Toronto's crusading columnist, who is still out there chasing the gravy train.
“India is known for its culture, and over here we do the same thing. No other cinema does that. People have to come here to watch those movies. And it’s like a community."
This week's edition features Burlesque and Beaches Jazz festivals; outdoor screenings, cabaret, and Shakespeare; a pirate ship show and party, and a memorial for the creator of the zombie film genre.
New lines like the Eglinton Crosstown will be worth some inconveniences, but Metrolinx appears to be battling City Council for the title of most dysfunctional transit builder.