After Sir Edmund Walker decided to make a museum, he needed to build a team of people dedicated to making the dream happen.
The City of Toronto is still waiting for provincial money, but has the support of Health Canada for new supervised injection sites.
It’s time we did away with the neighbourhood-stultifying bylaws that make Toronto’s suburbs unwalkable.
The CEO of MetCap, which runs the buildings whose tenants are on strike, drove into a tenant advocate Tuesday.
Toronto gets all extreme and puts some Diesel in its tank when the heroic Xander Cage and friends come to visit.
Construction on the Lower Don should be finished in a few months, but more work is needed to make Toronto's ravines accessible for residents.
Pride Month began with the raising of the Pride flag and Transgender Pride Flag at City Hall.
Filmmaker Avi Lewis and MPP Cheri DiNovo discussed the Leap Manifesto, climate justice, and the future for the NDP.
Returning clowns, swashbucklers, and sketch performers; pizza in the park and music at the fort; wrestling, dinosaurs, and true crime; a memorial for WWII soldiers, and one for a young cyclist.
Jordan Peterson's free speech brigade has a new leader.
After a long, and at times hostile debate, City Council votes in favour of giving Pride Toronto its $260,000 grant.
How a boy from Hamilton became a banker, an art collector, and a museum founder.
Mayor John Tory continues his stand-off with the Province to demand it fund transit projects, rather than even considering raising property taxes.
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments.
The LRT network would reach 125,000. The one-stop subway reaches a small fraction of that.
An expanded slate of critics recognized exceptional shows such as Robert Lepage's 887, Annie Baker's John, and Sankoff & Hein's hit musical Come From Away.
The notorious Sunday morning party will continue at a new home on King West.