Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. Tomorrow should be a big day for Mayor Rob Ford and all the reporters who cover him: a Superior Court judge has ordered the partial release of some documents used to obtain a warrant for the arrest of […]
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View A Don Mills Subway Proposal in a larger map Toronto should have a subway line that runs from Front and Spadina to Eglinton and Don Mills. Formerly known as the “Downtown Relief Line,” it should instead be called the “Don Mills Subway,” and there should be no pretensions about it being some sort of […]
Oh, boy—another week, another instalment of our favourite radio show! There aren’t too many of these left, because the show will have to go off the air once Rob formally files his nomination papers for the 2014 mayoral election. Sure, he’s been campaigning on this show for almost two years, but that’s because rules are […]
Last month, the press learned that David Price, Mayor Rob Ford’s friend and employee, was being investigated by Metrolinx for losing his shit at at the Georgetown GO station. The August 27 incident, during which Price, who works as Ford’s director of operations and logistics, broke one of the station’s doors after missing his train […]
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. In case there was any doubt, things are still grim in the newspaper world. Despite making Canadians pay for online access to the National Post, Postmedia is still reporting big losses, and it’s safe to assume that the […]
In parlour rooms and diners, in parks and on stage, spooky, scary, and downright silly theatre befitting the Halloween season is cropping up all over town. Some of it is funny, some of it is unsettling, all of it intends to be engrossing and entertaining. Rather than just see one of the several local productions […]
Although Toronto is a relatively young city by international standards, we seem to have crammed a decent amount of murder and mayhem into our brief but vivid history. As Halloween draws near, we at Torontoist thought we would draw on a number of online sources (including our own Toronto Ghost Map) to provide a compendium […]
There’s no denying it: social media will continue to exist (and take over our lives) whether we like it or not. A new book, Friend. Follow. Text., illustrates this through a collection of funny and poignant short stories inspired by life online. The launch party will feature two-minute readings from contributors Zoe Whittall, Jessica Westhead, […]
Now in its 14th year, the imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival returns with a full slate of feature films, shorts, video essays, and live performances designed to showcase the range of Indigenous media arts from around the globe—with a particular emphasis, this year, on artists from the Maori nation in New Zealand.
Every weekday’s end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss. The Toronto Raptors have lost their MVP. No, not Drake. We’re talking about the mascot, whose human inhabitant blew out his Achilles tendon, apparently during a school visit in Halifax. He’s not expected to return this season. Embedded […]
SPOTTED BY: YouTube user ttcgeek WHERE: At the TTC’s Roncesvalles Yard WHEN: Unknown WHAT: The TTC has been testing its next-generation streetcars on public streets for quite a while now, and there are plenty of pictures of the new vehicles available online. This video, which was posted to YouTube yesterday, is notable for the especially […]
Scene: 5 p.m. on a sunny afternoon in the future. It’s time to wind up the workday at one of the firms calling the city’s latest “innovation cluster” home. After a short stretch in a park that used to be a Walmart, you wander to the neighbourhood’s main drag to run a few pre-dinner errands. […]
If the ads around town, the extensive news coverage, the relentless action on Twitter and Facebook, or the massive crowds around Queen Street West and Nathan Phillips Square didn’t tip you off, Nuit Blanche was on Saturday. The annual all-night event filled Toronto’s streets with art, people, and yes, teenagers. Oh, the teenagers. If you […]
And with that, we’re going to call it a nuit. Until next year! As always, TIFF is the best place to end the night. You get to sit, it’s still rowdy, and you know it will go all the way to sunrise FROM: Stephanie Avery LOCATION: CRINGEWORTHY! (TIFF Lightbox, #58) TIME: 6:16 AM Only an […]