Charged with mischief last year for offering water to a pig on a truck headed to a slaughterhouse, Anita Krajnc organized the event.
Bill Whatcott marched in July's Pride Parade and handed out anti-gay literature, according to the lawsuit.
The video is unsavoury, but it is necessary to form a complete understanding of the Rob Ford era.
At Ryerson last week, an American sociologist talked about how to make change at the local level.
The return of annual music festivals Camp Wavelength and Mad Decent Block Party; the return of Sail-In Cinema and the Canadian National Exhibition; and the return of hit local comedies Life Records and Swordplay.
Works displayed in the art gallery at the 1927 CNE caused an uproar.
Don't even think about it.
In Front Page Challenge, Torontoist analyzes the best and worst of the city's newspapers.
A purl of a mural
If there's one thing to move on from, it's how he shaped the discourse at city hall.
It might not look like it, but working elevators are a health and accessibility issue.
The glass sculptor's work, currently on display at the ROM, also hangs at the SoHo Metropolitan Hotel.
Please do not take any more ideas from True Detective season two.
Forty-five newsroom staff will be laid off.
The FOI that changed policing in Toronto would be difficult to do today with falling journalism revenues.
At his 1980s nadir, Dylan starred in a Toronto and Hamilton-shot musical drama from the director of Return of the Jedi.
Musical collaborations, a mysterious hacker, and a YouTuber love triangle.