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A guided tour through the still-unfinished tunnels of the Spadina Subway Extension.
Rigging flying stunts for theatrical productions is a job, and this guy does it.
High-flying stunts and deafening noise go hand in hand at the Canadian International Air Show.
With more payphones disappearing every year, the CRTC is holding a public consultation to decide if they're worth saving.
In 2008, Ryerson promised to restore famous neon sign, but now the City is in the process of letting the university off the hook.
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.
A video of the view from the CNE's zip line.
Every weekday's end, we collect just about everything you ought to care about or ought not miss.
Friday Friday Friday Friday FRIDDDAAAAAY! In the news: Ford calls council back early, not everyone is impressed with the TCHC's reward for crime tips, Exhibition Place is a moneymaker for the city, York Region is investing in bus rapid transit, some people are terrible, and some people are really great.
Happy Blackout 10-year anniversary! What will you be doing to celebrate? Perhaps telling your 9-year-old the story of her conception? In today's news:
Police Chief Bill Blair meets with the Yatim family; Doug Ford continues on in his role as official unofficial spokesperson for the mayor; Ottawa (or, at least one Ottawanian) wants a Mayor Ford to call their (his) own; coyotes get some positive PR; York Regional Police have a little fun on Twitter; and a York University prof creates a unique archive.
A protest in memory of Sammy Yatim became a general airing of grievances against police.
André Marin will look at how police are trained to de-escalate conflict situations in the province.
This year's Caribbean Carnival parade didn't go perfectly, but it was still a good time.
Hope everyone with the day off is enjoying it! Here's what's in the news.
Orphan Black, BBC America's cult sci-fi series, is shot (and maybe even set) in Toronto.
Happy first of August! In today's news: The police officer under investigation for shooting Sammy Yatim on an empty streetcar apparently called for another officer to use a taser before opening fire on the teen, a longtime veteran of the Toronto police force says officers are trained to "shoot until the threat has stopped," and Mayor Rob Ford gets into it with the Ontario Liberals.
By Divine Right's new album is lean and lovely.
Former MuchMusic VJ and CBC reporter Jennifer Hollett wants to go to Ottawa.